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.
This season is almost over. Five more games until we can all pack it in and just relax and enjoy the playoffs, with nothing at stake. Well, nothing except rooting against the Cowboys, who will probably win the NFC East this year.
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.
The Patriots' 15 game winning streak over the Bills was the longest in current NFL history. Now that the streak is broken, the Bills' 10 game winning streak over the Bengals is the longest. Creepy...
I refuse to speculate or make a solid prediction for tomorrow's game vs New England. I repeat, I REFUSE. Call me names -- wimp, negligent blogger, sup...
The NFL has sent a memo to all the teams to warn them about faking injuries. Teams could face disciplinary action. What? There's faking in football?
I have mixed feelings about the latest conference musical chairs, Syracuse and Pitt bolting the Big East for the ACC. Nothing lasts forever, but great memories are hard to erase.
It was a rare Tom Brady fumble. The Patriots quarterback urged fans to "start drinking early" before Sunday's home opener, a 4:15 game with San Diego.
Michael Vick now becomes the first NFL player to sign two contracts potentially exceeding $100 million. The first one ended badly. Hopefully this deal -- and relationship with the team -- continues to be positive. It appears it has been thus far.
Jets coach Rex Ryan takes a backseat to nobody, when it comes to yapping. He's already said "we're the big brother" when it comes to football teams in New York. And now he's got more ammunition.
Both parties in Brady v. NFL have filed their briefs. The stage is set for courtroom football to proceed on April 6th; the NFL's short-term future now rests in the hands of Judge Susan Nelson.
Now that the NFLPA and the NFL have had their annual meetings to vent about the other side and their tactics, we are at the same place we were when talks broke off on March 11th.
The delight of the annual college basketball festival has almost made me forget the NFL lockout, now in a two-week hiatus before the federal judge in Minneapolis holds a hearing on the request of former members of the Union for an injunction.
Before everyone returns to the "he said/she said" phase of the NFL labor dispute, it's worth focusing on what is actually in front of us as the reality of the NFL right now.
The confetti air-drop at Super Bowl XLV was merely prelude to the real NFL paper war. And it's a war the owners cannot lose. They never could. Why am I so sure?
The Ravens-Steelers game was a joke. Yes, I had a half on the Ravens with the spread and another half on the moneyline, but my own personal rooting in...