The Peyton-Welker connection has garnered most of the headlines out of Duke. But here in New York, it’s all about Big Blue.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft delivered several messages Monday at the NFL meetings — and made it clear who is boss in New England.
Tisch thinks Cruz will get an offer “a little higher” than the $6 million per year owed to slot receiver Wes Welker, who signed a two-year deal last week with the Denver Broncos.
On Monday, Giants co-owner John Mara said his team made “a very substantial offer” to Victor Cruz. The kid from Paterson may want to give it a second look.
On a day of defections for the Jets, there was a silver lining.
The NFL will survive. If it doesn’t it will be because the league priced itself out of existence, not because of reformed rules.
Remember when Tom Brady’s wife unloaded after New England lost Super Bowl XLVI? This season it was Anna Burns Welker flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Look out. That familiar sight is the New England Patriots romping through December, looking like a Super Bowl team.
Patriots embarrassed the New York Jets with a 35-point second quarter in a 49-19 victory Thursday night.
Mark Sanchez is a bare-minimum NFL quarterback. He has a hard time throwing the ball accurately, and the Jets simply don’t have the receivers to take on a defense that ranks 28th in passing yards allowed. Tim Tebow, you say? Please.
While the Jets have shown over the last two weeks that they are beginning to understand the concept of team play, I’m still very skeptical about their chances against their longtime nemesis.
Rex Ryan has not dashed his Super Bowl hopes — or the chance that Darrelle Revis will be there on the field with the New York Jets this season.
Welker served up a zinger to his teammate Monday, while Brady admits he needs “some scars.”
Every year we know that the seasons will change and football pundits will punt past their coverage. They frown over their notes, making Super Bowl predictions as colorful as the rainbow foliage surrounding most NFL stadiums in October.
After a week of digesting the Super Bowl win and everything that has come with it and from it, Neil Keefe gives his final thoughts on the Giants’ improbable run.