With a quarter of the season in the books, we look at the raft of newbie QBs, the two-headed monster in Foxborough, the Rams (what?!), and an avalanche of injuries.
Homecoming for the LA Rams, and much more.
You probably never new the Patriots’ dominance is a product of supernatural forces.
I’m so happy for Peyton Manning. He played so well, Al Jazeera is launching a full investigation. Tom Brady fared worse in the pocket than a Hershey’s bar.
It’s one of the most infamous incidents in NFL (and North Pole) lore. December 15, 1968, Philadelphia, PA. The famously ugly Eagles fans, angered by the fact that they lived in Philadelphia and cheered for the Eagles, turned even uglier on Santa Claus during his appearance in the halftime show. Not only did they shower
For its broadcast of last night’s snow-covered clash between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, NBC debuted a feature that allowed them to display yard numbers on top of the field when the on-field numbers and yard lines were obscured by all the white stuff.
What was that crazy play the Colts ran? Maybe it counts as a “trick play” because it makes your faith in the coach disappear. I think it was technically a handoff. They handed the game to the Patriots.
Having spent most of my life in Massachusetts, I’ve always had a place in my heart for Boston, the honest-to-goodness hub of the Northeast. The Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins have won a combined eight championships over the last 15 years, boosting the hometown pride of the already hyper-loyal Boston populace. But the city’s
I’m about to make a strange admission: I’m really not that into sports. Well, okay, I have spent years of my life sitting and watching football and baseball, and on occasion I will plop down to watch any number of other athletically based competitions.