Boomer was at it again this morning, as he shared with us exactly who he has been fantasizing about in regard to Week 14 of the NFL fantasy season.
Everyone has heard the expression, ‘He thinks his #*@! doesn’t stink.’ Apparently Boomer is one such person under said belief. This came to light today during Jerry Recco’s highly anticipated ‘Moment of the Day’…
In a season filled with boos and criticisms, Mark Sanchez refuses to listen to any of it.
Fox football analyst Brian Billick – who will be calling the Vikings-Lions game in Detroit this Sunday – joined Boomer & Craig just after 8 a.m., as he does every week to break down a little football.
The Detroit Lions have stopped distributing free tickets to Monday night’s football game between the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Giants.
Snow, wind, ice, rain: December in the NFL. Not even indoor games are safe.
The Giants-Vikings delay has given Brett Favre more time to heal his sprained right shoulder, with his NFL-record streak of 297 straight regular-season starts hanging in the balance.
The NFL’s playoff picture might be muddled in the middle. At the top, it’s crystal clear, thanks to the Patriots and Falcons.
Brett Favre is taking snaps in Vikings practice for the first time this week. Coach Leslie Frazier said Thursday he thought it would be a game-time decision on whether he plays against the New York Giants and their fearsome pass rush on Sunday.
If you have proven your gridiron genius by earning one of your league’s coveted playoff spots, then congratulations to you. Week 14 marks the beginning of something mega-significant: The 2010 Fantasy Football Playoffs.
Mike Pettine heard all the words used to describe the New York Jets’ defense performance at New England. Embarrassing. Humiliating. Inexplicable. The first-year defensive coordinator agrees with them all.
Despite a 45-3 drubbing in Week 13, Rex Ryan’s second-place New York Jets can clinch a playoff berth this weekend.
Going into Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, Miami ranks last in the AFC is scoring, and a so-so ground game is part of the problem.
Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline is absent as the team begins preparations for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.