Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau has always been known as an intense individual. During the playoffs last season, I thought Thibodeau was going to blow a gasket after seeing how red his face was.
It seems like frustration is starting to mount for the Seattle Seahawks. The players were not happy with the 28-26 loss to St. Louis Rams and on top of that, they have the distraction that the team’s front office caused by trading Percy Harvin to the New York Jets.
It looks like WR Mike Williams isn’t the only one in Buffalo that has been rumored to be on the trading block. RB C.J. Spiller has seen his touches in the Bills offense diminish tremendously since the beginning of the season. Spiller is in the final year of his rookie contract and now fans are […]
The Jets starting the season 1-5 hasn’t stopped head coach from doing his normal in season routine of giving the media outlandish quotes. Earlier this week, he stood up in front of the media and proclaimed that the Jets were “not dead yet” despite everyone in the room believing that the Jets are indeed dead.
The Indianapolis Colts have caught teams off guard with three onside kicks this season all of which they have recovered. At the times of those kicks, it changed the momentum in those games. Most recent was last Thursday night’s win against the Houston Texans.
Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle was arrested Monday night for shoplifting cologne and underwear from a Dallas area Dillards. According to the Star Telegram, Randle was caught on video surveillance stealing the items and was arrested on a Class B misdemeanor for theft between $50-$500.
The Washington Redskins just can’t decided who they want to be their quarterback. When Robert Griffin III went down, Kirk Cousins stepped in a played well enough for people to begin to believe that Washington should stick with him even after Griffin returns.
San Diego Chargers fans were livid when they saw their team fake a punt when they had to gain 35 yards to get a first down. The Raiders would go down and score afterwards to take the lead.
The Cleveland Browns are in the thick of things in the AFC North after dominating the Steelers 31-10 on Sunday. The Browns are off to a 3-2 start and one of the biggest reasons is the play of quarterback Brian Hoyer.
Cincinnati Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict had a rather eventful day during the Bengals’ 37-37 tie against the Panthers on Sunday. Burfict was flagged multiple times on unnecessary roughness penalties. Then, he had to leave the game after a collision that left him with a head injury.