The highlight of Week 16's terrific slate of games will be the contest between two 10-4 teams with a ton to play for: New Orleans and Carolina.
Vick has given this squad his all. Despite that, for the sake of the team, the fanbase, and the franchise as a whole, Reid needs to stick with Foles for the remainder of this despicably hideous season.
Santonio Holmes, Jets wide receiver, Cedric Benson, running back for Green Bay and Carolina center, Ryan Kalil all have something unfortunate in common; they recently suffered Lisfranc injuries.
While Newton could conceivably regress in his second year, consider that he threw 17 interceptions as a rookie and finished with a passer rating of 84.5, good enough for 15th in the league.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a tough new coach for their young team and the Carolina Panthers defense is healthier, while the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints should fight it out for the division title.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton won't win the NFL's Most Valuable Player award, but he deserves it more than anyone else.
With a brand new NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement in place over the next ten years it will take some time for everyone to learn some of its most important features. Let's look at some of the nuances.
Almost an entire generation of potential fans in Los Angeles has been lost to soccer, basketball, the beach, going out to dinner and reading. Speaking for most of the populace, we don't miss the NFL one bit.
Andrew Luck, the presumptive top pick in the 2011 NFL Draft should he choose to be, has decided to stay at Stanford and put the NFL on hold. I admit ...
The Panthers lost another one this week. In other words, "Welcome to Charlotte, Cam Newton!"
We'll just act like Sunday was, oh I don't know, a non event. It was a Lifetime movie that you put on for background noise while you clean the house.
How do the Bucs try to lose? Let me count the ways...