Since the glory days of Broadway Joe, finding a franchise quarterback has been an elusive and often frustrating undertaking for a team that has rarely had a dominant player at the position.
We love our athletes, but we also love to criticize them. And in today’s world of social media and blogs, such criticism is universal and it always comes in bulk.
Brett Favre admittedly hasn’t seen much of the player known simply as Johnny Football. But the three quarters or so he watched was enough to draw comparisons to a certain NFL great — himself.
Denver quarterback Peyton Manning has broken Tom Brady’s NFL record for most touchdown passes in a season with 51.
Would you rather have Kellen Clemens, Brady Quinn or a retired 44-year-old quarterback? Apparently St. Louis would have preferred the latter.
First we hear that 43-year-old Jeff Garcia, who hasn’t taken a snap in the NFL since 2009, would like to make a comeback and play some quarterback. That’s not all from the land of retired signal-callers.
Favre isn’t about to make another comeback. Be he could if he wanted to, Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, said during a speaking engagement this week in Alabama.
A minor league baseball team in Virginia intends to poke fun at New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and other celebrities with a “Salute to Scandal Night.”
It started with a playful debate. Enter Hoboken Councilman David Mello, who picked up the phone to pitch his own idea.
“All I needed him to say was that he apologizes and he won’t say my name again — I got that out of him,” Weatherford said. “I got that out of him, and I’m good. I’m not looking to stir the pot any more by suing him. That’s all I wanted.”
The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That’s one reason players are still upset that Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.
The Jets face a three-way quarterback controversy that can’t end with any real winners. In fact, all three of the quarterbacks could well emerge as losers.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the suspensions of ex-Jet Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith on Tuesday for their role in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal, and reduced penalties for Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove.
A Week 3 win in Miami. Tied for first place in the AFC East. Looking down on the New England Patriots in the standings. It all means little to the Jets right now.
After missing the entire 2011 season, Peyton Manning did not miss a beat in his Broncos’ debut.