If the Jets' receivers could catch a ball or the Jets' defense could've tackled anyone, this game could have gone completely differently.
What a great story last week, as Willie Mays returned to his New York roots and talked to schoolkids in the shadow of the old Polo Grounds in Harlem. From all reports, he was a hit.
The NFL is a notoriously tough work place. How is it a guy who won the National Championship at Ohio State the same year Sputnik was launched has been able to hold out this long?
We need to put our country back to work. And what better way to start than with a Super Bowl celebrating decent jobs at decent wages?
At this stage of the game, it's a probability that there will be a lockout by owners due to the combined failure of reaching accord on a new collective bargaining agreement.
This Sunday, millions of people will witness exactly the same event. Approximately half will find this event exhilarating and life-affirming. The other half will find this event horribly depressing and unfair.
Franchise-defining decisions often happen due to fate. I vividly remember all the defensive players that we were targeting in the draft. Then the time came and there was only one player name staring at us.
On Sunday, Soldier Field will be packed to capacity, incredibly loud and more than likely freezing. These two glorious franchises wouldn't have it any other way.
They lead the league in yapping, and now they have a chance to just lead the league after playing a near perfect game in Foxboro. No turnovers, just 3 penalties.
This weekend of the NFL playoffs saw both conference favorites -- Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots -- get knocked off, following a Wild Card week that had its own share of surprises.
The Eagles may be out of it at this point, but I'm still soldiering on with the blog. And the picks.
If you suffer from any of the following, you may be suffering as well from PTSD, otherwise known as Post Traumatic Saints Disorder.
How seriously do Packers' fans take their football? One fan wants to be buried in a green and gold casket with a tailgate picnic after her funeral. ...
I thought the post-season was for winners? Not this year in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks made history. They're the the first bunch of losers (7-9) to make the playoffs.
Ultimately, the bigger story here is how the public, fans and media have turned on Favre after his untouchable status in Green Bay all those years.
Once Vikings coach Brad Childress made the unilateral decision to release Randy Moss without consulting anyone in the front office, he was a dead man walking, with ownership looking for the right time to push him off the plank.