Nick Foles and Philadelphia’s high-scoring offense needed a little help from the defense to make sure it was the same old sad ending for Dallas.
Mark Sanchez can still win in the NFL. He just can’t win in New York. Sanchez has been set up to go down for two years.
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.
In addition to backing up Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow has been rumored to see time as a punt protector. But punt protection may not be all that Tebow is asked to partake in within the special-teams unit. He may also be utilized on kickoff coverage.
Tim Tebow’s role with the Jets is unclear, but he’s prepared for anything.
Just because they’re no longer teammates doesn’t mean Von Miller is any less a fan of Tim Tebow, whom he predicts will be the New York Jets’ starting quarterback in 2012.
With the city about to become sports crazy with the combination of early-season baseball games mixed with playoff hockey and basketball, Neil Keefe starts his weekly random thoughts column.
The Jets maintained their pace in the AFC playoff race by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-10 on Sunday.
It has always bugged me that so many so-called experts in football did not think Tebow would ever make it – from scouts to columnists to NFL coaches, personnel and fans.
This week I have chosen to clearly divide and label which of my analysis is fact, versus which is 100% my opinion. Readers are strongly advised to utilize this information at their own discretion…
Philip Rivers tied his career high with four touchdown passes and the San Diego Chargers beat the Denver Broncos 35-14 on Monday night for their third straight victory.
After three straight close calls, the Bills made sure there would be no 0-16 teams this season by beating the only franchise to manage that ignominious feat, the Lions, 14-12 on Sunday.
In the beginning there was Fantasy Football. And the spirit of joy moved upon the face of fans, especially those who cheered for awful NFL teams.
It has become glaringly obvious that an epidemic of pass-crazy play-callers have transformed the way NFL offenses do battle on Sundays.