Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun discuss how the Giants can continue the miracle joyride and beat San Francisco, and talk about how the Ravens can exploit the zone defense of New England.
We all have an interest in ensuring that our children's teachers are effective, but we must help them sharpen their game, not just keep score.
It has taken me a few days to digest what happened over the weekend. 49ers beating the Saints? With that offense? Wow. That was amazing. And Tom Bra...
I wasn't really a football fan until my son began to approach his teenage years. But I recently made the curious discovery that there are so many commercials that we began a habit of using the mute button, during which we began to talk.
How could the Patriots do so poorly in the expectations game while kicking proverbial butt in the real game? It is because expectations know no bounds.
Sunday's playoff game between the Packers and Giants at Lambeau Field evokes vivid memories of January 20, 2008 at the same venue when the same two teams played for the NFC Championship and the right to play the Patriots in the Super Bowl two weeks later.
Professional sports mania is as American as apple pie. Religiously, we buy jerseys, pack stadiums, and congregate around TVs to root for our favorite players and teams. These traditions have been passed down for generations -- so why has Generation X detached?
Patriots at Bills. The Bills are looking good through week 2. Guess we'll find out how good this week. Bills. (Yes, I seriously just called the Bills to beat the Patriots. I'm either crazy, or I'm going to look like an f-ing genius Sunday.)
On a professional level, I will never forget that time as an executive with the Packers, as we were scheduled to play the Giants a few miles from Ground Zero that weekend.
America needs more voices like Plaxico's speaking on behalf of sensible gun laws and sensible behavior around guns.
Burress' self-inflicted wound has become one of the big issues in the negotiations between the Owners and the Players. Were I advising a team, I would tread very carefully with Burress.
Classy move by the Giants. Their fans won't have to pay their season ticket bills until the lockout ends. The NFL should make that a league-wide policy.
Shock is the first word to describe hearing the news of former New York Giants and current New Orleans Saints TE Jeremy Shockey's release from the tea...
Just as I was anticipating a 2012 repeat of the thrilling 2008 Super Bowl win, I instead face a season bereft of Eli Manning, and a situation that looks eerily similar to the chronicles of corporate greed.
In a friendly private game of flag football, both teams used strips of toilet paper as flags and toilet bowls were integrated into the trophies.
Almost an entire generation of potential fans in Los Angeles has been lost to soccer, basketball, the beach, going out to dinner and reading. Speaking for most of the populace, we don't miss the NFL one bit.