Look up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane. No! It’s a team!
March is Madness. April is Opening Day. But February? Blah and blue and lame and limp.
Parade No. 2! If we take a look at the Canyon of Heroes scoreboard, the Giants now trail the Yankees by seven parades! They trail the Mets by one parade. Wait, what?
That’s right, our guy Eli went out to Peyton country and Mann-ed up against the New England Patriots.
John Parry, flip that coin and let’s get ready for some football.
There’s not much to be proud of in Florham Park. Not in MSG either. Flushing? Let’s not go there.
Especially on the defensive side of the ball.
In Indianapolis, a good time is watching people on television having a good time in New York or Boston.
It’s a serious decision for a Jets fan to make. And it’s one over two teams he may actually hate.
Rex Ryan will remind you that football is not a game of inches, but instead a game of feet.
You were nervous. You were on the edge of your seat…
Before the game, 49ers fans will gather in the parking lot to tailgate and sip their favorite wine. After the game, their favorite whine will be, “We can’t beat the Giants!”
They probably won’t have the time to see the other side of the cable car tracks. They probably won’t pay a visit to the Richmond District.
If you are looking for Mr. Rodgers’ neighborhood, it is over there — on the other side of the tracks.
The Fearless Forecaster made a rare mid-week appearance Thursday night.