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?
Now that Tony Romo is retiring, who will the Houston Texans be looking for under center? Well, we’ve narrowed it down to three options.
Last week, we covered ‘F’ words. This time, we turn our attention to ‘C’ words. So, what’s the difference between Chicago and Cleveland?
No rookie quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl. In Dallas, Dak and Zeke will have to sustain their regular season performances if that’s going to change.
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’s time once again for Juice This, where this week we’re asking all of the important quarterback questions. Do you have all the answers?
We sit down with Jerry Jones, his son, and Jason Garrett to break down Dallas’ quarterback situation. And, we give thanks… for all of the bad football.
We’re just about halfway through the NFL season, and so far, it’s been an unusual one—for better or worse. What’s been the biggest surprise?
Two rookies—Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott—have the Dallas Cowboys rolling. But with Tony Romo close to returning, what will that mean for the former?
How long can it go on? Let’s look at the early success Wentz, Siemian, Prescott—and even Garoppolo—have been experiencing this season.
Does Goodell still want an 18-game regular season? As injuries continue to mount this early in the season, that statement looks more and more ridiculous.
You might not have heard but Colin Kaepernick made some waves. So did the Dallas Cowboys—but those have become all too familiar. Oh, and Skip’s back, folks.
Another NFL season, another year of Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. They may be looking rough, but at least there’s that offensive line, right?
The Minnesota Vikings, Dez Bryant, and quarterback catch phrases. Plus, more off-field drama? Of course! It is the NFL, after all.
Notes from Oakland’s 2010 “Draft Bible” were leaked this past week, but The Sports Post was able to acquire notes from past seasons as well.
Can you imagine Colin Kaepernick as the quarterback in Cleveland? What about Mark Sanchez in Denver?
It’s time to choose another team, America. Luckily, we’ve provided options.
Thanksgiving was full of surprises around the NFL. Okay not really, but there was plenty to watch.