It’s nearly impossible to kneel at my gridiron altar without breaking the agreement I have with WFAN: keep it local. But now it’s time to rip the muzzle.
The Giants road to the playoffs is going to get tougher in the weeks to come.
Without Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a team full of holes.
ACL and Achilles Tendon injuries are accounting for most of the times missed by NFL stars this preseason.
Come on, Steelers fans. Admit it. You’re not scared, but you’re concerned. No? Well, what if I told you that Ray Rice was out for the year, that Ed Reed wasn’t playing this weekend, and […]
There’s a certain symbolism to breaking the huddle on the 2011 season on September 11, and your take is valid, no matter what it is.
It’s probably a good thing players won’t be required to write “What I did over summer break” essays whenever the NFL finally gets back to work.
What’s in the water in Pittsburgh? First it was Rashard Mendenhall, who created a stir in May with critical tweets regarding Osama bin Laden’s death. Now, heavily fined Steelers linebacker James Harrison has called NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell a “crook” and a “devil.”
Rashard Mendenhall created an uproar on Tuesday with comments made on his official Twitter page regarding the attacks on New York City and Osama bin Laden’s death. On Wednesday, the Steelers’ running back released a blog entry, titled “Clarification.”
Rashard Mendenhall has raised eyebrows with comments made on his official Twitter page regarding Osama bin Laden’s death. The Steelers running back didn’t hold back, even making a reference to the Sept. 11 attacks on NYC.
It’s obvious the Giants aren’t interested in hosting Tiki Barber’s comeback attempt. But there might be a taker out there, and according to the New York Post, “there could be something down the line with Barber and the Steelers.”
This was not how the season was supposed to end for the Jets. Not in Rex Ryan’s mind, at least.
There’s really no other way to say it. The Jets failed to capitalize on an opportunity to go to their first Super Bowl since 1969.
Same old Jets? Depends on your definition. If you mean the Jets aren’t in the Super Bowl, you’re correct in the most literal sense. If you mean the Jets are still losers, you’re rather wrong.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are back in the Super Bowl again — thanks to a few new faces.