Do you remember all of these?
Surely Pats fans have to understand this.
Sunday night, down 28-3 against the Falcons—28 to 3—the New England Patriots and Tom Brady rallied back. And thus, he cemented his legacy once and for all.
The New England Patriots reaching another Super Bowl wouldn’t be much of a surprise. So, what will they need to do? It’s simple—they need to stay hungry.
We’re coming down to the stretch run of the NFL season, and while things have slowed of late, the Cowboys and Patriots look like our Super Bowl matchup.
It gets worse every week, right? Officials failing to make the correct call has become the fabric of the league. Don’t expect it to change anytime soon.
It’s been slowly building over the past few seasons—the emergence of a Seahawks, Pats rivalry. It continued Sunday night. It could be our Super Bowl.
What did the Player’s Association agree to when they voted on Commissioner Goodell’s powers? Anything and everything.
The Rams are still the Rams, even if they moved to Los Angeles. And, Gronk had a Party Cruise.
It’s early, but there are a handful of single-season records thus far that should be worried as the NFL season progresses.
Pre-Super Bowl injuries get blown out of proportion, but how often do they actually matter?
The Browns are apparently holding open tryouts at quarterback.
There was quite a lot to be offended about this week.
With a nearly entirely new receiving corps to start the season, how will Brady and Belichick adapt?
Maybe keeping Gronk out for the season will help New England most
There’s a lot to Juice about this week…
ies on their âPro Day of the Deadâ auditions for NFL scouts. Weâll take a closer look at the prospects for some prospects.Â But even less importantly, Chad Oh-No-Cinco wants back in, the Broncos
t strategy? They say there are no stupid questions, but come on. So, without further ado, I present the next segment in my 2013 Fantasy Football Rankings numbers 11 through 20. These rankings are base