CBS is adding a new package to its already loaded NFL lineup next season. “NFL Network built Thursday into a night for NFL fans,” Commissioner Goodell said. “Our goal is to bring these games to more fans on broadcast television.”
Before the beautiful Katherine Webb made her visit to M&M’s World in Times Square, the guys chatted on the phone with the great Phil Simms.
Manning and Brady will meet Sunday for the 15th time, and the fourth time in the postseason, when the Broncos (14-3) face the Patriots (13-4) in the AFC title game.
First Boomer and Craig ran down the names of a few backup quarterbacks currently getting playing time in the NFL, including Raiders rookie signal-caller Matthew McGloin, a name Craigie had a little difficulty with.
Phil Simms will be in a crowded booth this Sunday calling the Jets-Steelers game on CBS…
Boomer and Craig discussed the the ‘creepiness’ that is within Phil Simms, before moving on the rushing prowess of Simms, Dan Marino and our own Boomer Esiason during their respective careers.
Sanchez might be wise to rethink things. If he goes under the knife now, he is certain to avoid the lengthy cross-his-fingers-period.
“Tuna Roast” will honor Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells prior to the Giants home opener against the Denver Broncos.
As Parcells stands on that stage in Canton, he will not only represent the height of coaching, but how luck plays so much into greatness regardless of one’s potential.
Tuna was a sharp-tongued coach who knew the game inside and out and he always got results. The Hall of Fame is the right place for him.
Steve Kallas offers his final thoughts on Super Bowl XLVII and next year’s super matchup at the Meadowlands.
The game fell short of setting a viewership record, but it stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. television history.
It’s gibberish. Beyond the obvious, athletic splendor of pro football, the primary reason we watch it is the palpable, inherent danger. To deny that is to deny us.
Eli Manning threw for 249 yards, tossed three touchdowns and — most importantly — didn’t throw an interception.
No one was more pleased with the Giants than Adam Merchant. The 15-year-old fan from Barre, Vt., attended Friday’s practice and Sunday’s game, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.