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.
Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., is home to one of America's last communist experiments; and it's a near century-long success story.
The football prognosticators didn't give the banged up Green Bay Packers much of a chance on Sunday of defeating the high-flying New York Jets, but th...
I've put off commenting on last weekend's victory over the Vikings because I wanted to revel in all its glory for a few days, before saying what I'm a...
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.