Steve Silverman

Silverman: East Is Finally Ready To Beat West In Stanley Cup FinalWhen it comes to winning championships, the Western Conference has ruled the National Hockey League for a while. But that's about to change.
Silverman: Newton Will Be Haunted By Unwillingness To Dive For FumbleThe play will remain there until Newton is put in the same position and sells out to make a near-impossible play.
Silverman: Giants, Jets Well-Represented In Top 10 Super BowlsHaving seen all 49 of the Super Bowls and having written about and covered the game since Super Bowl XLI in January 1982, here’s my look at the top 10 Super Bowls.
Silverman: Manning's Super Bowl 50 Experience Could Be A NightmareIt’s still a fairly warm and fuzzy time for Peyton Manning, as there is still some glow from last Sunday’s AFC Championship game victory. But it could all change quickly on Feb. 7.
Silverman: Ron Rivera’s Journey To The Top Has Been Well-EarnedRon Rivera was on track to become an NFL head coach from the time he entered the league as a rookie linebacker from California in 1984.
Silverman: Patriots, Panthers On A Collision Course For Super Bowl 50They've been the best teams in their respective conferences all season, so it should surprise no one if the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers meet in Super Bowl 50.
Silverman: McAdoo Has Offensive Tendencies, But That Won’t Help Giants’ Woeful DefenseSo how is McAdoo going to help the Giants defense? Well, he’s probably not going to be able to do much.
Silverman: Panthers Will Leave Seahawks With The Carolina BluesThe Carolina Panthers will host the Seattle Seahawks in the most glamorous and compelling divisional matchup of the weekend.
Silverman: Rams' Move To L.A. Is Simply About Lure Of Big MoneyThere’s something heinous about a team that forsakes its home city for greener pastures elsewhere, no matter where it takes place.
Silverman: Maclin, Lynch, McCarron Are Wild Card Weekend X-FactorsThe Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs always has the potential to be a little bit strange.
Silverman: Coughlin’s Place In History Is Secure After Brilliant Coaching CareerThere have been 479 men who have been head coaches in the NFL throughout the league’s history, and Coughlin ranks 12th in wins (170), seventh in postseason victories (12) and tied for fifth in Super Bowl wins (2).
Silverman: Buyer Beware -- Kelly Era Ended In Philly With A ThudWhen the Eagles make their way into MetLife Stadium on Sunday, the atmosphere in the visitors’ locker room will be decidedly lighter than it was a week ago, a month ago, a year ago and more than two years ago.

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