On Sunday we may witness the last time that a Super Bowl will be played in an open air stadium in cold weather. Mainly because the NFL made an exception to their Super Bowl hosting rules to allow the game to be held in New York. For a city to be considered for hosting a […]
Marshawn Lynch spoke with reporters for all of 6 minutes during media day on Tuesday. Which has the Pro Football Writers of America all up in arms.
As we all know, the Houston Texans have the number one pick in the draft. We also know that the Texans need a new quarterback and Johnny Manziel has been projected to be the number one pick in recent mock drafts. Even though it’s still early in the process, Attorney Tony Buzbee, who is a Texas […]
Yes, Ines Sainz is here. #ndsb48 pic.twitter.com/bMe8mL4UBO — Neil Best (@sportswatch) January 28, 2014 We haven’t heard much from Ines Sainz lately. But if you thought the low profile she’s been keeping lately would keep away from Super Bowl media day, you were wrong.
The NFL is the hottest commodity in sports and everyone is trying to get in on the action. The NFL is reportedly interested in having another channel broadcast Thursday night games along with the games that are already been shown on the NFL Network. Word on the street is that NBC has the upper hand […]
A recent Harris poll asked adult fans, ages 18 and over what their favorite sport is. Since 1985 when the Harris Poll started this survey professional football has won out each and every year. And this year is no different.
It’s finally Super Bowl week. And as usual it’s going to be a spectacle. It’s inevitable that everyone will flock to Richard Sherman, some “reporter” will ask a player an outrageous question, and someone will show up dressed for something more than a media session.
Mike Pettine was introduced as the Cleveland Browns new head coach on Thursday. But to according to Pettine himself, if the process had gone on any longer, he may not be the Browns head coach right now.
We’re in the dead week before the Super Bowl, so Roger Goodell is showing up everywhere you turn, whether in print or television. Despite his many appearances this week, we hadn’t heard a peep about how he felt about Richard Sherman’s postgame rant after making a career defining play to send the Seahawks to the […]
When the New England Patriots fail to win the Super Bowl, columnists in Boston don’t know what to do with themselves. So instead of just appreciating the incredible run the Patriots have been on for over a decade, they sit down at their computer and write overreaction pieces. Like the one Eagle-Tribune columnist Hector Longo […]