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.
With so much blame to pass around, who do you think was the goat in Sunday’s Jets loss?
Aaron Rodgers ran for a touchdown and made a saving tackle, B.J. Raji returned an interception for a score and Sam Shields had two interceptions to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 21-14 win over the Chicago Bears in the NFC championship game.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had to leave with a knee injury in the third quarter of Sunday’s NFC championship game against Green Bay and was questionable to return.
Picture this: a pair of No. 6 seeds in the Super Bowl. The New York Jets and Green Bay Packers sure like that scenario, and it’s impossible to ignore them after this weekend’s divisional playoff games.
The Bears’ 35-24 dismantling of overmatched Seattle on Sunday sets up the biggest game in their 90-year series with the Packers. Chicago and Green Bay will play for the 182nd time next Sunday, but their first meeting for the NFC title.
The Jets (10-5) lost for third time in four games, but clinched their second straight postseason trip under coach Rex Ryan when Jacksonville lost 20-17 in overtime to Washington.
After the Vikings’ battered quarterback walked off the snow-coated field with what he later called a concussion, Jay Cutler and the Bears took back the division title Brett Favre is so used to winning.
If you have proven your gridiron genius by earning one of your league’s coveted playoff spots, then congratulations to you. Week 14 marks the beginning of something mega-significant: The 2010 Fantasy Football Playoffs.
Chicago’s swarming defense allowed only 187 yards and a single third-down conversion Thursday, and the Bears won 16-0 to send the Miami Dolphins to their second home shutout in 40 years.
It’s hard to look right past a large group of 300-pound men, yet that’s what most football fans do.
Disgruntled fantasy players across the sports nation are suffering, and WFANtasy has investigated this severely overlooked epidemic.
The Bears, Browns, Eagles, Falcons, Giants and Ravens officially get a game break this week, but from this group only the Bears, Jay Cutler in particular, really need time off.
“It’s scary,” said Texans coach Gary Kubiak, whose team will face the Giants on Sunday in Houston.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery and Giants safety Antrel Rolle joined Benigno & Roberts to recap a spectacular football Sunday for New York.