The record-setting quarterback of the New Orleans Saints is eager to make football safer at all levels. So he’s teamed up with PACE, a program that provides free concussion testing for more than 3,300 middle and high schools and youth sports organizations.
Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated Moment Of The Day was pretty much a slam dunk today. Shortly afterwards, the guys spent a few minutes talking with a great sports reporter, the lovely Leslie Visser.
During the 9:00 hour Boomer and Craig got to pick the brains of two of the better football minds in the NFL today in New Orleans Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees and Detroit Lions’ head coach Jim Schwartz.
The San Francisco 49ers won a thriller over the New Orleans Saints to advance to the NFC Championship game where they’ll face the winner of the Giants and Packers.
CBS Local talent and sportscasters from across the country are giving you their insight on this week’s Divisional Playoff matchups. Catch the picks from each of our experts to see who will be the victor […]
Being better at home isn’t special. Home field advantage is tangible in the NFL – the home team won 56.6 percent of games this season. It just usually doesn’t manifest itself quite so much as it did for these two teams, and specifically these two quarterbacks.
By: Zachary Finkelstein What happens when an unstoppable force collides with an impregnable object? We will find out Saturday when the defensively superior San Francisco 49ers welcome the high-octane New Orleans Saints to Candlestick Park […]
Record-shattering Drew Brees threw for 466 yards and three touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints poured it on in the second half for a 45-28 NFC wild-card victory over the Detroit Lions on Saturday night.
by Christian S. Kohl As Wildcard weekend kicks off this Saturday, look no further for four quarters of unrelenting aerial assaults than the battle of Saints vs. the Lions. The mind-boggling yardage totals compiled by […]
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tore apart more than just gift wrap on Christmas Day 2011, shredding the Chicago Bears’ secondary for a career-high five touchdowns in a Week 16 rout that helped cement […]
You won’t find any local teams in Joe’s Top 10, but the season isn’t over yet.
Who’s having a better season, Tim Tebow or Cam Newton? I imagine 90 percent of you will instantly assert that Newton is the better player. And I agree. But I don’t think he’s having a better year.
A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the Saints — and he vowed that will not happen again.
Giants safety Antrel Rolle wasn’t as impressed with Drew Brees’ offensive showing as he was disappointed in New York’s effort.
The Giants played their tails off against an undefeated team in 2007, which sparked a Super Bowl run. With just as many jobs on the line, they have a chance to do the same this Sunday, at home. If the Giants care about their coach, they will.