The best NFL teams perennially rise and fall with their quarterback and good or bad play at that one spot can make all the difference. Last year's In...
Where's Donald Trump when you need him to say "You're Fired" to some Jet coaches, players and perhaps even the GM?
Lost in the saga over unnamed Jets players ripping Tim Tebow is the clear indication that they would rather lose with Mark Sanchez as quarterback than win with Tebow.
There's a reason why the 300 section at Metlife stadium is called the nosebleed area, and it has nothing do with the height of the seats.
The Jets have got to do something about the Tebow situation. Whatever Tim Tebow was brought in to do, it's time to change the strategy or abort the mission.
Of all the people who should know better, it's Rex Ryan. He had three opportunities to save the game and the Jets season in the fourth quarter Monday night and passed on all of them. In the end, the Jets lost 23-17.
Ryan can talk about his emotions all he wants, but at a lucky 2-2 without Holmes and injured All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, he is the captain of a torpedoed ship. Sanchez has proven that he surely cannot save it, but perhaps Tim Tebow can salvage it.
The Steelers, both offensively and defensively, seemed to find a rhythm and settle into things after the hype of week 1.
The Redskins did not score 30 points in a game once last year. They scored 40 with RGIII under center in only his first appearance.
For those of us who worship football, it's been a long off-season without our favorite sport.
It will not matter to the Patriots or the Jets what Tom Brady, Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow does if their offensive lines do not improve. Meanwhile, the Dolphins can't figure out whom to start at quarterback -- again.
Tim Tebow tweeted, "I've already said it 44 times so here goes number 45: I'm really excited to be a Jet! Haha!" If you weren't scoring at home, he said the word "excited" 44 times in his Jets news conference.
It's nice to see Magic Johnson bring his megawatt smile to the Los Angeles Dodgers. One of sports' storied franchises has fallen on hard times. Any organization has got to be better with Magic hanging around.
The NFL came down hard on the New Orleans Saints for their bounty system to knock opposing players out of games. Good for Goodell. He sends a strong message that this crap doesn't belong in the NFL, or anywhere else for that matter.
The Jets couldn't get Peyton Manning, so they had to send out a bunch of signals. They had to show Mark Sanchez he's their man, and they had to tell those disgruntled locker room types to "get over it." It's Sanchez's team, deal with it.
Can Baltimore pressure Tom Brady? If not, game over. And in the NFC, which defense pressures which quarterback more?