If you're wondering how you are going to survive until the new football season, here are five ways to beat the post-Super-Bowl blues.
The action in the end zone, or lack of it, feels a little less disappointing when the guys on the field show that they respect and care about one another. (There might be lesson for Congress in that.)
Every fall Sunday, starting when I was five years old, my father turned the dial of our black-and-white TV to the CBS broadcast of the New York Giants game. The oldest of three girls, I was clearly the son that wasn't.
This Sunday, Manning returns to Lucas Oil, the Death Star, for the first time since he put on a Broncos uniform. Manning will play the Colts and have something to prove.
New York has neither a proven, long-term running back nor the shutdown defense it thought it had two years ago. What happened to defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who has gone from truly dominant to truly ordinary? What happened to the G-Men's lethal pass rush that won the Super Bowl just 20 months ago?
When the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens take on Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos on Sept. 5th, it will mark 214 days since the last pro football game.
It's incredible what obstacles people overcome on a daily basis. Dick Pomo has been golfing with his wife Sharon for 20 years. He has also been blind...
So, hey, after much early criticism when it came to the Steelers this season, it looks like they may be peaking right when it counts, especially with two games against the Baltimore Ravens looming.
Forget a QB rating system based on math Stephen Hawking wouldn't understand. Forget ESPN's new "Total Quarterback Rating." How many quarterbacks strike such fear into a coach's heart that he would choose Bill Belichick's desperate fourth-and-two play over a punt?
Domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking -- could also be defined as bullying -- are not issues exaggerated in crime dramas on primetime TV in the US. Here's the painful truth: domestic violence is spreading, and destroying the lives of millions and millions of people.
The New York Giants have a paper-thin secondary, the Dallas Cowboys have no healthy ball-catchers, while the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins have shiny new quarterbacks.
June is infamously known as "wedding mayhem month." It seems like couples everywhere choose this month over any other to say their own "I dos." Stars ...
Celebrities usually have the inside track on the coolest places to go.
There was no real clear winner this week when you factor in just how much airtime Eli Manning received. So, how about a bold winner in honor of a bold sketch?
No players in any sport are evaluated based on championships as much as NFL quarterbacks. But is it fair to judge a quarterback's entire career on that one criteria?
I know what you're thinking if you're not a New York Giants fan. Here is another one of their obnoxious fans basking in the glow of a second tight a...