“I am working on finding out more about this @MTeo_5 #Catfish story. I have been in contact with the woman involved and will get the truth,” Schulman tweeted.
OK, now it’s really getting weird.
You can parse the particulars, from the Giants’ 182 total yards to their wretched special teams. But strip the stats and you’ll see that the Steelers just wanted to win more.
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.
A Week 3 win in Miami. Tied for first place in the AFC East. Looking down on the New England Patriots in the standings. It all means little to the Jets right now.
Without Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a team full of holes.
Mark Sanchez was all business, no smiles and no sense of relief. The Jets quarterback was a few days removed from one of the best games of his NFL career, and the celebration was already long over.
Brian Urlacher leads Steve Silverman’s picks for the NFL’s “Glue” Guys. One member of the Jets and Giants made the list.
The idea that teams use training camp to get ready for the regular season is basically folly. Teams use the preseason to keep players from getting hurt. Coaches and general managers don’t want to chance season-ending injuries in the preseason.
The primary problem with pro football doesn’t lie on the laps of renegades, but with the inherent, inevitable physics of the game itself. As long as behemoths crash into each other, we will have concussions.
James Harrison went on Twitter after the Steelers’ 31-25 loss to the Packers on Sunday night and typed out one simple word for every fan to see: “Sorry.”
Football fans who appreciate the game’s tradition will savor this year’s Super Bowl match-up between two of the most legendary teams in the NFL: the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It’s unanimous. And Tom Brady has outdone even himself. The record-setting Patriots quarterback was the leading vote-getter for The Associated Press 2010 NFL All-Pro Team.
Maybe Rex Ryan should have made this one personal, too. Too much respect can sometimes be a dangerous thing.
Rashard Mendenhall’s 1-yard touchdown run on Pittsburgh’s nine-minute opening drive gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead after one quarter in the AFC championship game Sunday night at chilly Heinz Field.