High drama and high stakes set the stage for what will be one of the best Sundays of the entire year.
These are mirroring match-ups: both home teams stand to be challenged by opponents that don’t mind playing the same type of game the top seeds succeed in.
Left in the divisional round is a whole lot of newness, and Blackness, among the QBs, which means that the 2020 NFL playoffs could mark a true changing of the guard in regards to the league’s star power and its on-field power.
In the NFL, no matter the odds, David only has to out-do Goliath once to advance to the next round. Looking at the 2019-20 playoff field, there are quite a few obvious “Davids” but no clear “Goliaths.”
The NFL’s two-minute spot blew away any random two minutes offered by the Patriots and Rams Sunday night.
Yes, indeed, the NFL laid a stanky-ass egg to conclude what could be considered one of its most fascinating seasons (at least on-field) in recent memory.
When you’ve taken home five rings in the last 20 years, a span where no other team has won more than twice — and thank everything for the Giants — it’s insufferable to consider yourselves the underdog.
The future looks bright and promising with a roster of core players in the early stages of their prime or still have yet to reach their full potential…the problem is that nothing is guaranteed in the NFL, with roster turnover and injuries each season is its own.
The Chicago Bears acted swiftly in replacing much heralded defensive coordinator Vic Fangio after he was hired away to lead the Denver Broncos. The decision to hire from within or […]
A whole host of candidates will be interested in this job from former head coaches to up and coming assistants, the Bears job will be seen as a path to getting a head coach job.