When the Saints and the Colts take the field this Sunday for Super Bowl XLIV, their uniforms and protective gear differ markedly from the gear worn by...
It's telling, the way that local writers covered their teams' wins versus how national columnists approached Sunday's games.
Conference Championships, Sunday, January 24, 2010 In attendance: Chef Spouse, Shoegal, Chef Shorty (who was here to learn about football for his cub...
All the momentum in the world couldn't lift the Jets past Peyton Manning and the Colts. Now, Manning heads to Miami to face his father's former team.
The IMF has proposed a plan that might help Haiti build a new foundation for nation building. But if this plan is to succeed it will need to contain the global drug trade that dominates Haiti's economy.
In this episode, we discuss the virtuosity of Darrelle Revis, the surprising and timely adequacy of The Sanchise, the choke-job by Nate Kaeding, and the questionable decisions made by Norv Turner.
Get psyched for another great weekend of exciting playoff football.
Stud of the week: no stud of the week this week. But I am going to nominate a Stud of the Year: Donovan McNabb. McNabb has not had an easy tenure in P...
In this Wildcard Weekend Preview, we welcome back our resident Dallas Cowboys expert to reflect on Texas's loss in the BCS and on the Cowboys upcoming rematch against the Eagles in Dallas.
As the game came to a close, the best two seconds of my life occurred. Terrell ran around the field and smacked fans' hands as a celebratory goodbye type thing.
In this Week 17 preview, the New York Giants travel to Minnesota to face off with the Vikings in a pretty pointless match-up, well, at least for the G-Men.
In this Week 16 post-game analysis, we are super-pissed and saddened by the Giants' lackluster effort and embarrassing loss against the Carolina Panth...
The decision to pull Peyton Manning and the rest of those starters was outrageous, unsportsmanlike and dangerous (not traveling to Yemen dangerous, but dangerous for the NFL).
Football is a game of aggression. The Colts' decision on Sunday to rest their players was one of caution, one that could have ramifications on their psyche going forward.
Let's say you're Jim Caldwell. You're 14-0. You've got a real shot at perfection, but because you remember the 2007 Patriots, you know that pursuing perfection might cost you the Super Bowl. What do you do?