The Jets are coming off their bye, which, at least in Bleeding Green Nation, always equals "win." The Bills are coming off spanking the Redskins, which to me, screams trap game. The entire league is topsy-turvy this year. Which to me says Bills.
In the fifth episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and the crew break down the Tim Tebow fiasco and fully preview Saturday's monstrous 1-2 LSU-Alabama showdown in Tuscaloosa.
Although Steelers fans will relish in this win, there's really only one thing on all of our minds: Revenge against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football.
I'll just come out and say it -- I think mostly 99 percent of those who actually care about the NFL thought the Steelers were going to win this one.
The Steelers just aren't playing good football, and it doesn't bode well for the rest of the season.
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.
Where were these guys last week? Were the Steelers really that bad, the Ravens really that good, or the Seahawks really that bad?
It really couldn't have gone much worse for the Pittsburgh Steelers against their biggest rival, the Baltimore Ravens. As I sit here in shock, beer in hand, it's kind of amazing to me that this team actually made it to the Super Bowl last season.
With a brand new NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement in place over the next ten years it will take some time for everyone to learn some of its most important features. Let's look at some of the nuances.
After the Pittsburgh Steelers lost the Super Bowl, the NFL was stuck with thousands of pre-printed T-shirts heralding the Steelers as champs. The league donated them to World Vision. But is that smart aid?
I have yet to encounter a single American crew member. In what can only be described as a Shyamalanian flash of revelation, I realized earlier this morning that this disconnect did not bother me.
You likely didn't know it, but an event of equal stature and greater significance took place in Abu Dhabi just as the Super Bowl after parties were wrapping up.
I couldn't have done it without the team. That's the first thing you need to know, it was a total team effort, top to bottom.
Well, at least if the Pack was going to knock my Eagles out in the wildcard round, it wasn't in vain.
For once in the past year Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
Just call them the Cleveland "Cadavers." The Cavaliers lose their record 24th straight game. They've yet to win in 2011.