Teams can apply the franchise tag beginning on Monday. Here’s a look at which players will likely be off the free agent market before free agency even begins.
The Green Bay Packers have already been installed as favorites to win the 2013 Super Bowl. Here are the odds, who else Vegas likes and who they don’t. Think: Minnesota Vikings.
We’re here to recap all of the awesomeness that was the Super Bowl, including the only two plays we saw, the brilliance of Cris Collinsworth and sheer dominance of Jason Pierre-Paul.
It’s all about the New York Giants in the Super Bowl. Here’s a look at the Giants run and why they’re poised to beat the New England Patriots on Sunday.
We take a look at the NFC and AFC championship games, the key players, matchups and who will come out on top as the New England Patriots face the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers face the New York Giants.
We break down Saturday’s playoff match-ups between the San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots and Denver Broncos. Here’s a look at the key match-ups and who will come out on top.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is not the NFL MVP. Let a couple idiots tell you who is. You’ll never guess.
After hemming and hawing a while, we decided to take a look around the NFL to see who the top teams are, who’s in the MVP conversation and who makes absolutely no sense. Here’s what we came up with.
A look around the league at the midway point of the season. Here’s the weekly WTF, top 10 teams, and those players who are #winning and #losing. Guess who’s on top.
A look around the NFL after seven weeks. Here are the things that made us say what the fuck? We’ll give you the top teams, top players and a few idiots that make the game hard to watch.
Here’s a look around the NFL after six weeks. Let us know what you think. Making statements San Francisco 49ers We called the Niners surprising last week, but we’ll call them legit this week. Jim Harbaugh’s team went into Detroit and took care of the Lions. They’re 5-1 and their victory in week six proved […]
A look at what’s going on around the NFL after five weeks, including the surprises, top 10 teams, top five players, who’s #winning and who’s #losing. Feel free to chime in.
A look at the NFL after four weeks, including surprise teams, underachievers, power rankings, who’s #winning and #losing. Check it out and add your thoughts.
The NFL’s analysts/experts have picked the Green Bay Packers as the top team in the NFL. Normally, we’d ignore such nonsense, but this is a little different. Hit the story to see why.
The Green Bay Packers sit atop ESPN’s preseason power rankings, which is very important because that team always goes on to win the Super Bowl. Check out where the rest of the losers in the NFC North came in.
Ah, free agency, what an exhausting wench you are. Today, we’ve got three major trades completed, including the one that makes the Eagles the second-best team in the NFC and the Redskins making their usual stupid moves by overpaying some guy who won’t amount to shit.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished fourth in EPSN’s top NFL players power rankings. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady easily took top honors with six first-place votes and 78 total points. The Indianapolis Colts’ Peyton Manning was second, followed by the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees.
Not so deep in the confines of the Hall of Fame of the most-storied franchise in the NFL, four iconic silver statues named after the same franchise’s most-famous coach stand as a testament to 13 NFL Championships. Most would say that the trophies represent the four greatest of these championships: four Super Bowl victories, champions of a […]
It’s time for Super Bowl predictions! That’s right. It’s June and we don’t even have a labor deal yet, but the Super Bowl predictions have begun. The Sporting News likes the Green Bay Packers to repeat, beating the New England Patriots in the big one. Championship teams are often broken up by defections among the […]
We’re not the only ones who think the Green Bay Packers might have a Super Bowl hangover. Former New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi, a three-time Super Bowl champion, called out the team’s leaders after receiver Donald Driver said the players have no plans to hold organized workouts.