Peterson says he has family members who are gay whom he loves and respects. But on gay marriage, the Minnesota Vikings running back says “that’s not something I believe in.”
One of the beauties of football, where on-field narcissism is suppressed by pads, helmets, flags and facemasks, is the ancient axiom that no player is above the team. Revis is quickly forgetting.
The drugs are evolving. The conversation must follow suit. It’s time to stop the anger and disappointment that spews everywhere from airwaves to columns to happy hours.
Adrian Peterson’s incredible comeback year gave him the edge in voting as he was named the AP Most Valuable Player.
Football fans are going bananas — er, make that “orange peanut” over a video produced by the funny folks at BLR.
The NFC’s all-pro offense features Packers QB Aaron Rodgers handing the ball to AP and tossing it to Megatron. Who else?
The Bountygate scandal just will never, ever go away. Oh, and Adrian Peterson may think that the Minnesota Vikings coaching staff is full of the dumbest people alive, if he truly believes they’d ever grant his latest request.
The Packers brushed away the Vikings with ease, but the 49ers will be a much tougher test in divisional round.
Jason Keidel says there’s only one man for MVP — smash-mouth running back Adrian Peterson.
Football fans care about the MVP, the Rookie of the Year and the Coach of the Year. Comeback Player of the Year? Wake me when we get to the good part. But this year, it IS the good part.
When it comes to winning, you need to have a great quarterback and a great head coach. This is where the Giants have the huge advantage.
It was a tough week for the Top 10, as the Niners, Giants, Ravens and Bears all lost. The Steelers, Bengals, Seahawks and Redskins are all poised and ready to crack the rankings.
Seven weeks into the season the Eagles have fired their defensive coordinator and the Panthers have fired their GM. Atlanta remains the league’s only unbeaten team, and only three AFC teams have winning records.
The star cornerback is scheduled to have surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn knee ligament suffered three weeks ago in a win at Miami. While he knows the road to recovery will be arduous, Revis expects to be playing at an elite level next season.
The Giants road to the playoffs is going to get tougher in the weeks to come.