Just when the Jets didn’t think things could get worse, Ben Roethlisberger, coming off two straight games with six touchdown passes, is coming to town with top target Antonio Brown.
While I abhor Fan Guy, we have something in common. We are both wildly neurotic about our teams. The defining difference is that I see my squad through wholly cynical hues.
While the local teams are searching for answers, the NFL has seen some startling performances through the first half of the season.
Ben Roethlisberger passed for two touchdowns and wide receiver Antonio Brown added another on a gadget play during a dizzying stretch late in the first half, helping the Pittsburgh Steelers rally for a 30-23 win.
If last week’s declaration that David Harris is the most underrated player in the NFL is any indication, Rex Ryan will be as bombastic as ever this season — mostly because he’s right.
The Steelers shocked the Giants by rallying for a 24-20 victory at MetLife Stadium.
Jets’ safety LaRon Landry was fined $15,750 for his horse-collar tackle against the Steelers.
Jets fans thought they could breathe a sigh of relief on Monday morning. Turns out the initial reports on Darrelle Revis were wrong.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are back in the Super Bowl again — thanks to a few new faces.
Ben Roethlisberger hit rookie Antonio Brown on a 58-yard pass play on third-and-19, and Rashard Mendenhall scored from the 2 with 1:33 remaining to give the Pittsburgh Steelers a 31-24 comeback victory over the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC divisional playoff game Saturday.