Remember the last time the Eagles put together what amounted to their longest winning streak (2 games) this season? For three weeks, it felt like maybe the Eagles were finding their way, putting their season together, pulling out the tailspin.
There's a part of me that wants the Jets to make it to the playoffs so they can knock off the Patriots. The other side doesn't want to admit that the Jets season could be over when it just started.
The Giants seem to be entering their typical end of season slide. The Cowboys are always a risk to implode. And being at home doesn't seem to help them.
How did such a promising season turn into what it is now?! Uncertain. Random. Heartbreaking. Cursed.
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When I watch the Jets offense, it tells me that if I put my mind to something, the end results will be fantastic. Touchdown! The Jets defense, though, teaches me to never give up and be tough.
In my mid-fall mailbag, I answer to the slew of Tim Tebow haters and lovers -- with this guy, it's really one or the other -- talk about the Colts' prospects of trading Peyton Manning and further dish on why Duke's Austin Rivers is a star in the making.
Rife with intriguing storylines, the Jets represent the Broncos' most imposing test since installing a new yet completely outdated offense two weeks ago.
While I love being a sports fan, I also love to be free of it. Every year when one of my teams is eliminated from the hunt, I sigh and then ready myself to move on. After all, I do have a life to live and the drama of sports is just form of pleasure, isn't it?
I am what you call a three-day-a-week player: I scan the waiver wires for five minutes at lunch and check on key match-ups, but I do not aimlessly read blogs all day searching for the edge. Without further ado, here are my three fantasy studs and duds for Week 4.
It is no coincidence that Johnson, Mendenhall and Greene, the three most conspicuous fantasy disappointments thus far, all play on teams with significant offensive line woes.
Gary Vaynerchuk, the outspoken and sometimes outrageous media wine guru, is someone who is not easily overshadowed. But it happened last week.
As they did with signing Michael Vick two years ago, the Eagles shocked the football world on Friday with the unexpected signing of Nnamdi Asomugha.
Assuming that next month does in fact herald the return of America's most popular sport, the secondary market for tickets should see significant growth. It follows, then, that fans can find some deals on seats before the 109-day-old lockout ends.
In a candid ESPN interview, Ainge recounted his struggles with addiction since the age of 11. Showing tremendous courage, he opened up about the heavy drinking and drugging that all but cost him his life.
Of the 5.9 million who entered ESPN's NCAA bracket competition, only 317 remain perfect after Thursday's games. 5 poor souls went 0-16 yesterday.