There are no more undefeated teams as the Falcons fell Sunday in New Orleans. We also got our first tie since 2008 — where’s Donovan McNabb when you need him?
You can look at the standings and get a pretty good read on the teams that are going to be in the playoffs at the conclusion of the year. But several of those teams still have a lot to prove.
Atlanta is still undefeated, but I’m not totally buying into them. It’s all about the playoffs with this group.
One way or the other, the Giants always seem to be hanging on to postseason hopes, rather than marching straight into them. Perhaps this year will be different.
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.
Six weeks into the NFL season and this is what we know: that old cliche of “any given Sunday” has never been more accurate. Parity, now more than ever.
Five weeks into the season we have two unbeaten teams and one winless team. Drew Brees broke a 52-year-old record once thought to be unbreakable. Everybody is over .500 in the NFC West, and what is wrong with the Packers?
The Giants road to the playoffs is going to get tougher in the weeks to come.
What’s a bigger surprise through the first four weeks of this NFL season: the Cardinals at 4-0 or the Saints at 0-4? Maybe it’s the 3-1 Vikings.
As they prepare for their Sunday night game against the Birds, the Giants may have noticed one thing as they look at film of the Philadelphia offense. Michael Vick doesn’t know what he’s doing anymore.
Joe Benigno breaks down his top 10 teams heading into Week 4 of the NFL season.
Poor behavior toward replacement refs won’t be tolerated by the NFL.
Joe Benigno breaks down his top 10 teams heading into Week 3 of the NFL season. Where do the Giants and Jets sit (or not sit)? You might be surprised.
The big reason to admire Manning, the father, is for the kind of men his sons have become. What they do is take responsibility for their actions on the field. What they don’t do is make excuses when things go wrong.
Coaches and players around the league are losing patience and speaking out against the fill-in officials following a slew of questionable calls in the games Sunday and Monday night.