The Seattle Seahawks find themselves in a spot of hot water today.
Cutler is unemployed while Glennon and Mark Sanchez are not. And Houston, Romo ain’t walking through that door. Plus, who’s drafting a quarterback too high?
Football—the ultimate ‘F’ word in a sport full of them. Others include ‘free,’ as in free agency; ‘first,’ as in first round—but what does it all mean?
Do the Bears want Jay Cutler back? Probably not. Will he be back? Most certainly not. So who do you want, Bears fans? And how? Be careful what you wish for.
Of the eight quarterbacks starting this weekend, four have won a Super Bowl already. And, all four still have a chance at another. Who stands in their way?
The Seahawks are back again, and that typically means a lengthy playoff run. But things are a little different on both sides of the ball, and it shows.
Rule 5 successes are few and far between, but every once in a while a gem appears. Enter Odubel Herrera, who just signed a five-year extension with Philly.
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.
We find ourselves less than two weeks away from the National Football League Draft—who has been each team’s most valuable draft pick since the year 2000?
The Seahawks have gotten hot at the right time. That seems strangely familiar…
Tom Brady fills in on this week’s Juice This, and he’s got a couple suggestions.
Another week of NFL action means another week of misguided priorities.
Sometimes, the ability to utilize a little added motivation makes all the difference.
In February of 2014, Denver and Seattle met in the Super Bowl. They’ve aged interestingly since.
Green Bay’s defense this year has been surprisingly good. Can they keep it up for another Super Bowl run?
It’s early, but there are a handful of single-season records thus far that should be worried as the NFL season progresses.
Should you change the gameplan to fit one player? When you gave up what Seattle did to get said player, the answer is a simple one.
Marcus Mariota registered his fourth career touchdown pass very quickly; did any of today’s quarterbacks get there as fast?