Keidel: In Josh Brown Case, NFL And Giants Show A Disregard For WomenIn the Captain Obvious moment of the season, the New York Football Giants cut kicker Josh Brown on Tuesday.
Keidel: Geno Smith Joins The Trail Of Jets Quarterback DisastersSmith was a surefire first-round pick, until he wasn't. Rumors about a bad attitude were, fittingly enough, backed up by Smith storming out of Radio City Music Hall after he wasn't plucked in the first round.
Keidel: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions' Forgotten StarMatthew Stafford is producing for the Detroit Lions and representing his team and town with nobility and enthusiasm.
Keidel: Giants Not Always Pretty But Still In Good Position For Playoff RunSo if you can put Sunday's gridiron aesthetics out of view, Big Blue is now 4-3, which keeps them competitive -- a little more than a stone's throw from the top spot in the NFC East, but in the vortex of the playoff picture.
Keidel: Can Steelers Win Without Big Ben?Tom Brady and Pats visit Pittsburgh this weekend to face a Steelers team led by Landry Jones, who replaces the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Keidel: Should Dak Prescott Stay The Starter?Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott impressed again in the Cowboys' decisive win over the Packers. Will he keep Tony Romo on the bench?
Keidel: Giants Shouldn't Accept Bad With Good When It Comes To BeckhamHe came dangerously close to costing his team the game. After jerking his helmet from his head, in the ultimate "look at me" moment, he stomped down the sideline, chest-out, basking in the adulation from his friends and fans.
Keidel: Prescott, Cowboys Face Test In Green BayThe rookie-led Cowboys head to Green Bay, where Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are quietly having yet another successful season.
Keidel: It's A Trying Time For NYC-Area Sports FansIf it's any indication of the NYC area sports scene, WFAN's Boomer & Carton were talking Yale soccer Wednesday morning.
Keidel: Giants Have A New Coach But Same Old Results So FarSo why get rid of Coughlin, a two-time Super Bowl champion and likely Hall of Fame head coach, for essentially the same results? It's a fair question.
Keidel: Vikings More Than Salvaging A SeasonThe Mike Zimmer's Minnesota Vikings, playing without QB Teddy Bridgewater and RB Adrian Peterson, remain undefeated after five games.
Keidel: Fitzpatrick Has Made His Supporters Look Like FoolsWe can no longer hide behind last year's stat sheet. And those of us who clung to Fitzpatrick's jersey like Lawrence Taylor's, preaching the virtues of his 2015, and saw prorated glory in 2016 look very foolish.