On Twitter, some are already dreading what could be for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
Sean Payton is back as coach of the New Orleans Saints. Payton’s season-long suspension for his role in the Saints’ bounty program was lifted by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday, nearly two weeks earlier than expected.
The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That’s one reason players are still upset that Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.
This will be Ray Lewis’ final trip to the playoffs and closes a distinguished NFL career.
Roger Goodell is a scattershot leader. He seems to let the ideas flow out of his mouth without thinking about them fully. He’s nearly at the point where you can’t take him seriously.
Bottom line time: the NFL has better things to think about than handing a bunch of perennial underachievers a chance at undeserved postseason glory.
Not so elite? Half of the league’s 32 teams would make the playoffs if the system were to expand to 16 slots.
Can you hear the screaming emanating from the NFL’s Park Avenue offices? The loud voices — stomping and swearing — are coming from commissioner Roger Goodell, who has had his legs cut out from under him by his predecessor, Paul Tagliabue.
The NFL without kickoffs? It will soon be under consideration. “Eventually you would almost have a flag football league,” said Domenik Hixon of the Giants.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who has dealt with his fair share of controversy since taking over for Paul Tagliabue, told TIME Magazine that he might consider eliminating kickoffs.
Well, you can’t make this stuff up. By now you’ve all seen the disputed touchdown play in Texans vs. Lions game on Thanksgiving day.
Sunday’s NFL game at the Meadowlands between the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants will go on as planned despite concerns about the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
As the Jets head into their bye week, you know what you can say about Gang Green’s playoff chances? Bye Bye!
11-year-old Dante Cano presented pink flags to NFL officials at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
It’s not often that an 11-year-old gets the attention of the top guy in the NFL, but that’s exactly what Dante Cano , a fifth grader from New Jersey, did.