All too rare is the sporting event that qualifies as a great work of art. And even rarer is the professional sports team that belongs to the public. The transcendent Green Bay Packers have now entered the Pantheon for both.
As with all American traditions, if it happened once or twice it is one. Therefore I present my traditional Thanksgiving piece. Both the History of...
All-in-all, it's been a very exciting offseason. Now the question is whether or not the offseason developments will translate into an incredible regular season. As always, the answer is a resounding "yes."
On a recent flight, I was rereading Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In, when I glanced at the woman next to me and she was reading ESPN's Fantasy Football Preview. We shared a laugh.
He had me at "hello." The above "he" was Green Bay Packer wide receiver Jordy Nelson.
While I sympathize with the residents of St. Louis who are distraught at having lost their NFL team, it is completely appropriate for the Rams to fill the two decade NFL void in the region.
While watching the recent NFL relocation charade involving the Rams, Chargers and Raiders play out, I was reminded once again that the fundamental problem in professional sports is that each sport is a self-regulated monopoly.
The NFL Divisional Round Playoffs are about to get underway. Starting on Saturday, we'll get to see four teams from each conference duke it out to ...
The NFL playoffs kick off this weekend, and this could end up being one of the most competitive in league history. The Packers will be playing the Redskins in what could be a surprising game.
It may seem like your average Sunday morning, but to Keith Bull, 24, a lifelong Buffalo Bills fan, it's game day.
The NFL season has just started, officially. What's that you are thinking... but we've just played 16 games! The truth is that the only games of th...
It was hardly the game that Aaron Rodgers anticipated when suiting up to do battle with the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. In fact, the form...
The Raiders have been knocked out of the playoff hunt. The Green Bay Packers leave Oakland unscathed, staying atop the NFC North with a 30-20 win over Oakland.
NFL referees are getting 96 percent of the calls right, the same average it has been over the last five years. The officiating is not getting worse.
In Minnesota, we typically compare the Packers to our woeful Viking franchise and absolutely hate the comparison.