The NFL finds itself in yet another domestic controversy. And they’ve handled it just as bad, if not worse than the prior two.
It has become very clear that former first round pick Johnny Manziel’s football career is likely over. But for whatever reason, Manziel still hasn’t run out of money yet.
The New York Jets finally made a change at quarterback after Ryan Fitzpatrick’s terrible play last Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Todd Bowles announced on Wednesday that former first round pick Geno Smith will take over as the starting quarterback for the Jets.
The NFL decided against suspending Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict for his actions during the Bengals’ loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Instead, Burfict has been fined $75K.
The New York Jets are a mess as usual and head coach Todd Bowles has seemingly lost control. In the span of merely 24 hours, Bowles went from basically dismissing backup quarterback Geno Smith in an interview one day to naming him his starting quarterback the next.
Michael Irvin played for the Dallas Cowboys and even in his role as a NFL analyst for NFL Network, Irvin makes no bones about it that he’s a Cowboys fans. Unlike others, like you Skip Bayless.
After getting off to a slow start to open the NFL season, the Washington Redskins have caught fire by winning four straight games. Sunday’s win against the Philadelphia Eagles was huge due to the fact that it was a division game.
On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins pulled out a huge victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, which many felt was the upset of the week. But one of the main concerns for the Dolphins after that game is the health of Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones.
Sunday afternoon wasn’t a very good look for Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict. Not only did his Bengals lose to the New England Patriots, the league is reviewing a low hit by him on Martellus Bennett that almost caused a brawl on the field.
The last time we heard from Tom Brady, he was ending his Wednesday press conference prematurely after being asked about Donald Trump’s “locker room talk”.