Are the Pittsburgh Steelers officially in "oh sh*t" mode? It's starting to feel that way. Okay, so I go into every season with the Steelers feeling a rather healthy dose of pessimism, but I knew this one was going to be particularly bad.
I recently sat down with Terrell Owens, eight years after our 2005 interview that resulted in his suspension from the Philadelphia Eagles.
So, enjoy the food and alcohol with the families for now, Steelers fans, you'll need it. We have all winter and summer to discuss all the ways in which we suck. I'll be sure to refresh you on what happens next week against the Browns, and say a final farewell to this awful, awful season.
Cincinnati is the better team, is playing at home and, ultimately has more riding on this game. According to 50,000 games played (simulated) by the Predictalator, the Bengals win over the Cowboys 64.2 percent of the time and by an average score of 28-22.
In case we missed the text, an all-out air assault has blown away ground and pound in the NFL -- passing and receiving stats keep exploding through its domed roofs. Today's NFL is mostly about the rocket's red glare, bombs bursting in air.
Now don't get me wrong, Flacco is a decent quarterback. He's taken the Ravens to the AFC Championship Game twice in his first four seasons, and has at times shown brief flashes of brilliance. But let's hold off on calling him elite.
With so many of the game's most critical plays now reviewed automatically, it's actually time to eliminate the coaches' challenge from the game outright.
The Cleveland Browns have a new owner and a new QB, the Steelers have new faces on the offensive line with old results, the Cincinnati Bengals hope to stave off sophomore slumps and the Ravens are still trying to make it over the hump.
With all this Tebow mania in full force, wouldn't it only make sense that the wise and mighty Tim Tebow could teach all of us an important lesson in history?
The Pittsburgh Steelers actually managed to not keep things close playing against division opponent the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Raiders lack a general manager and that was apparent. Hue Jackson, in his first year as head coach, appears to be one of the most powerful people in the NFL.
Well, it was nice while it lasted. Everyone had their own predictions but it turns out Week 4 was the week the Buffalo Bills suffered their first loss, making them 3-1 (instead of a more attractive 4-0). Sigh.
Now a quarter of the way through the NFL season, one of the league's better quarterbacks is under contract yet nowhere near his team as we speak. The relationship between Carson Palmer and the Cincinnati Bengals appears past the point of no return. Let's examine.
Unfortunately, things are likely to get worse for Bengal fans. Four of their final six games are at the end of the season when it will be freezing. But why should Bengal fans come out and support a team (and a league) that doesn't give anything back to them?
The offseason-long soap opera between the Cincinnati Bengals and quarterback Carson Palmer will rear its ugly head again within the upcoming week.
Where would the Steelers be without Troy Polamalu? Polamalu and linebacker LaMarr Woodley both returned interceptions for touchdowns, the only TDs th...