Who would have thought in Week Nine that we'd be watching the Green Bay Packers take the field in a playoff game mere months later?
The overriding message in reading about Tillman is that with so any opportunities for all of us to go beyond our comfort zones and take a more risky yet rewarding path, too often we settle for the easy choice.
There are three more games left to play in the NFL. And things for the NFC could not be more confusing. Two weeks ago the Dallas Cowboys appeared ...
The NFL has a unique opportunity to lead by example. It can choose to use its enormous platform to better protect their most valuable asset -- the players -- and simultaneously publicize the importance of proper concussion safety.
There are cracks in the concrete walkways at the new Yankee Stadium. Hey, what do you expect for $1.5 billion?
This game represents the Giants' third game against a decent offense this year. After getting gashed by the Cowboys and the Saints, they're hoping the third time is a charm.
For me, like so many people, Pat Tillman represented the best of America. Tillman was a hero not just because of how he died, but because of how he lived.
I don't care about organized sports, even if my hometown team is participating in the finale or whatever fancy name they give the coda (yes I drink Starbucks and read the NY Times!).
The NFL has only let me down on three occasions -- all three affronts to my ideals of "purity" -- and I haven't missed a Super Bowl or Wild Card Weekend in two decades.
I've seen about 25 Super Bowls, about a third of them at Super Bowl parties. (I'm defining "party" here as simply not being alone). The oddest was a S...
To all of you fantasy-loving, stat-heads: you might try adding a bit of Page Six and/or Psychology Today to your weekly stat homework before the game next weekend.
The third and final debate was hands down the best of the three. Last week's "town hall" hosted by Tom "Snooze" Brokaw being the worst. This debate was actually a debate.