The Falcons have set a tone for their season: it appears they are going to be quite formidable at home, and rather timid when they go on the road.
Jets guard Willie Colon said quarterback Geno Smith didn’t give any sort of “Disney pep talk” before leading Monday night’s game-winning drive. The rookie just went in and got the job done.
Last week, I pegged the Jets as not ready for prime time. Hence the crow, which I’ll gladly chow down if it means I’ve just witnessed the turning point in the maturity of Gang Green.
For the Isles, it’s all about the next move — and I don’t mean the one to Brooklyn, though that will help, too.
Palace Malice took charge on the turn for home and won the Belmont Stakes on Saturday, holding off Kentucky Derby winner Orb.
The beauty of such great races is that it didn’t take me long to figure out which races to use in the column this week. The hard part was making my picks.
Who’s primed to lift the Stanley Cup at season’s end? Hartnett has readied his fearless NHL predictions for the 2013 season.
Who is the most underrated coach in the NFL? Pick a side!
The Giants must show a willingness to engage that has only been apparent on an every-other-game basis in recent weeks.
Are you kidding me? So are we expected to believe Atlanta will turn the tables where San Fran and Green Bay have failed?
The NFL is not a place for the patient, yet the two most successful coaches in this year’s regular season have benefited from owners who take a long-term view.
You can look at the standings and get a pretty good read on the teams that are going to be in the playoffs at the conclusion of the year. But several of those teams still have a lot to prove.
Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Bill Parcells, Jimmy Johnson. None of them would be able to coach in the current NFL.
Atlanta is still undefeated, but I’m not totally buying into them. It’s all about the playoffs with this group.
Sean Hartnett shares his fearless Western Conference opening round predictions and reveals his Stanley Cup favorite.