The World Series begins Wednesday, with the San Francisco Giants hosting the Texas Rangers. Vegas has installed Texas as the slight favorite.
The new Broadway show, Lombardi, is being widely touted as a play that will get men excited about theater. This show isn't going to attract your typical theatergoing clientele, to say the least.
On a night without an attractive game on television, "Lombardi'' on Broadway should entertain a fan in need of a football fix.
The Packers needs to take this week to heal and regroup. And McCarthy needs to find a way to scare his players into reining in the penalties. It's called discipline, my friend. Look into it.
The trade of Randy Moss from the Patriots to the Vikings proves once again that the more things change, the more things stay the same.
The team that was predicted by many to win three games could now realistically start the season 8-0. Although judging by the first three weeks, there probably will be an explanation for that too.
I don't have a Best Bet on tonight's game, but I do have a solid opinion on the Bears-Packers game and my NFL analysis is 12-2 against the spread this...
The strange ranting of Randy Moss last week takes me back to the weekend of the 2007 Draft, much of which Brett Favre and I spent trying to sign him to the Packers.
There are a few words I could use to describe the Week 2 loss -- excuse me, blowout --in Green Bay. Embarrassing. Ridiculous. Unbelievable. Summing it up, the game was basically a hot mess.
On paper, week two on the road against Green Bay doesn't look promising. In our heart of hearts, though, it could happen and here's why.
This week the Packers take on the 0-1 Buffalo Bills at home. It will be interesting to see how the Packers offense adjusts with the notable absence of...
The story of the week in Philly is Mike Vick. Damn, I don't remember him looking that good back in Atlanta. And with K2 out for, well, we don't really know how long at this point, could we see a QB controversy brewing?
If no official action is taken regarding the improper concussion management that was displayed during the Packers vs. Eagles game, oversight from an outside body must be implemented.
Brett's playing. Of course he's playing. He just spent seven months at home on vacation, he walks into a ready-made contending team, and he'll receive more than $1 million per game for seasonal work. What's not to like?
This week saw the long-awaited release of the Green Bay Packers' financial report for the preceding fiscal year, a report sure to draw a lot attention and interest in the ongoing labor dispute between the NFL and the NFL Players Association.
It's on for New York. The football and the elements are nice, but this game is a chance for the NFL to attract the casual and non-fans and bring their buying power and commitment to the game.