Talk about a bad stretch for Mark Sanchez. The Jets quarterback fumbled away a chance to beat the Patriots, and was voted by his peers as the second-most overrated player in the NFL. But that’s not all.
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.
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.
Going into Week 2, here’s a look at the five most impactful defensive players in the league.
Preseason games ordinarily mean very little in the grand scheme of things, but when the Giants face the Bears on Friday night it could reveal a potential challenger for the defending Super Bowl champions.
The keyword is “upside.” And these guys have it. Here are the top 10 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2012 NFL season.
I don’t know if the Giants made the correct decision in letting Brandon Jacobs leave and join the 49ers, but Ahmad Bradshaw is good enough to be a consistent and productive No. 1 running back.
Here’s a quick look at three risers from last season and three teams that have an excellent chance to climb the charts this season
All quarterbacks are under pressure to perform. But heading into the 2012 season, here are six quarterbacks who face the most pressure.
I’m not of the mind that players should simply tough it out when doing so is likely to contribute to an exacerbation of their injuries.
The Chicago Bears’ offensive line couldn’t protect Jay Cutler against the New York Giants last season, and there are doubts whether this time will be any better.
Fantasy football is 50% skill, 50% luck and 13% stupid statistics that don’t add up properly. Each year a first round draft pick becomes a bust, and a backup running back that no one drafted […]
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews joined Boomer & Carton on Thursday morning to take a stand on the “unfortunate” criticism of Bears QB Jay Cutler.
I know football players are tough, and Jay Cutler, who has type I diabetes, supposedly wanted to continue to play on Sunday. The reaction, possibly prompted by his poor performance in the first half, seems unjustified.