The Texans have averaged almost 31 points per week in the past three games, while the Packers are at less than 23. You see the problem.
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.
The Jets are a team that has no leadership at QB or at head coach, has no running game and is so downright dysfunctional they make the Sopranos look like the Swiss Family Robinson.
Let's face it, voters today are looking for simplistic answers to questions that for the most part they don't even properly ask.
It was a record breaking Sunday. The San Francisco 49ers did something they have never done before. "Quarterback was near perfect," coach Jim Harbaugh said.
After deciding to become a Bronco, Peyton Manning spoke in praise of parity: "Let me tell you something, the NFL is in great shape." Last Sunday's games certainly bore that out. Well, except for Tampa Bay and Kansas City.
In a city that gleefully vilifies most of its athletes, 'BDawk' tapped into the passion that defines the sports fanatics in Philadelphia. Dawkin's fearless style of leaving everything on the field resonated with even the toughest Eagles critics.
Use questions that create the necessity for the candidate to think independently and answer honestly, rather than use some rote script from a book or the redundant coaching received from a personnel agency.
I think, as a parent, it is up to us to educate our children the best we can and provide them with the most options possible while advocating for safety measures with our children's Pop Warner, middle school and high school sports associations.
The fourth quarter of Sunday's game was the exact reason that the Jets acquired Tebow in the first place. Yet he was nowhere to be found.
Republicans' reaction to last week's Monday Night Football debacle was record-breaking given their decades of hating on union workers.
Americans should be just as eager to see real Congressmen and women in Washington who want to serve the people, just as much as they're eager to see the real referees back on the field. Even anti-union Governor Scott Walker wanted the union refs back.
Amidst surprising and never-to-be-seen-again jubilation that the NFL/Referee lockout is over, 32 football squads must still prepare for Week 4 of the NFL season.
As the replacement ref saga comes to an end, I thought it'd be constructive to take a look back at the bounty of bad calls handed out.
The onus is not just on gay athletes to come out, that lays with all athletes, gay or straight, to make it clear that gay players are welcome in the locker room.
At the risk of being melodramatic, I'm going to state that I think the National Football League is becoming an important exemplar of how our economy is going to and should function in years to come.