NFL fans wait all year for Championship Sunday. The AFC and NFC title matches feature equally talented squads battling familiar foes with unrivaled intensity. This Sunday will showcase football play of the highest caliber as the consensus four best teams compete for a chance to play one more game in 2014.
It is difficult to imagine two more brilliant and exciting quarterbacks than Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) and Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) or two more effortlessly perfect passers and play-callers than Tom Brady (New England Patriots) and Peyton Manning (Denver Broncos).
The Andrew Luck vs. Peyton Manning comparisons have been made time and time again. Now Luck gets his chance to do what one of the greatest never could: win a playoff game in Foxboro.
This is the 14th career matchup between these two future Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Expect it to live up to their reputations.
WOW. Could the Pittsburgh Steelers possibly get more atrocious? I kind of don't want to think about it. Staring down the rest of the season boasting a...
That was Darrell Issa's question to reporters. How dare who? Me? How dare I? How DARE I? HOW DARE I? Where do I start? This is about Issa and his ba...
I am constantly cheering against the Patriots. My dislike of the Patriots has grown to such an extent that I am willing to give up on my favorite division and conference as long as it means a Patriots' defeat. Our Congress seems to be behaving in a similar way.
Football does impart crucial lessons for political campaigning. It implores politicians to stay focused on winning, advises them to discount all pre-election noise, pay attention to all parts of their organization and always think before they act.
Hatred and bias against the Jets will not go away anytime soon. The best way to deal with them is for the Jets to finally win another Super Bowl, thus allowing feelings of envy to have a firm basis in reality.
The New York Jets have just announced a Mark Sanchez jersey buyback sale that launches Thursday night. This, finally, is the kind of positive publicity the New York Jets are rewarding their long suffering fans with.
It seems that the former Heisman Trophy winner just is not an NFL caliber quarterback. It looks like he's destined to join another Gator football deity, Steve Spurrier, on the "Top 10 Disappointing Heisman Winners" list.
For the past few years, I have always wanted to attend a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Being from New England, I had attended the Bruins, Celtics, and Red Sox games, but had yet to cross the Patriots off my bucket list.
Football's status augurs well for the future international standing of America. This is because football teaches the significance of time management, the importance of teamwork and the imperative to cultivate mind and body.
There's no risk here: If he can play, they develop him; if not, they'll cut him. And if Tebow is a distraction, the Pats will absolutely cut him -- ask Randy Moss.
Military brats were drafted at birth -- they had no choice about whether or not they wanted to live a military lifestyle. And they, like their warrior fathers and mothers, have paid an enormous price to protect the freedoms and privileges that most of us take for granted.
Aaron Hernandez not only broke the Patriots' heart and that of their fans, but he betrayed everything they stood for. He went against the family, and if the Patriots have proven anything over the past decade, it's that you never go against the family.