On this quintessentially American Thanksgiving weekend, there was the quintessentially American game of football offering a hearty feast for pigskin fans.
The big money question is, whether a playoff bound team will want this formidable impact player lining up to take a new team to the Super Bowl.
Thanksgiving week brings lots of good football on Thursday.
Kevin Wells and James Ryan break down the Boston Red Sox signings, the USC-UCLA football game, NFL playoff projections, and the new Star Wars trailer.
Oakland finally wins a game, but everyone should be worried about the New England Patriots after winning seven in a row.
Katy Perry chosen to wreck NFL Super Bowl halftime show forever.
There are plenty of good NFL games this week, including a couple prime time upsets to look out for.
Packers roll over Philly, the Rams manhandled the Broncos, and Oakland has still not won a game.
Even the worst football game is better than all other sports, some games put that to the test. Maybe bad teams will come together and play great games.
The Browns are for real. The 49ers and Seahawks are resilient. Rex Ryan press conferences are fun no matter what the Jets record is. If Wembley Stadium has to host the Jaguars one more time, they may burn down their stadium and then attack America like it was 1814.
While any win matters, a road win between great teams carries far more weight. Miami can make a big statement by getting a road win against a tough Detroit team this week, while Pittsburgh should be careful of stumbling on the road against a reeling Gang Green squad desperate for a win.
Kevin Wells and James Ryan break down the Los Angeles Dodgers and what their potential off season moves could be. Also, NFL and music by No Use For A Name and others.
Ben Roethlisberger enters the record books with six more touchdown passes and Tom Brady and Peyton Manning face each other in one of the game's best match ups.
Eric Golub breaks down each game this week for Week 9 of the NFL, with point spreads included.
Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger reminded the rest of the league that the old guard has not retired just yet. Tony Romo reminded us all that every player is one play away from catastrophe and every team is one play away from a lost season.
Eric Golub breaks down each game for this week's NFL action and gives his predictions.
The year of the quarterback continues as Peyton Manning breaks Brett Favre's touchdown record.
Can Manning break Favre's touchdown pass record this week? Will the kids Carr, Bridgewater, and Bortles find their first victories? Can the Rams beat Seattle?
There were plenty of lessons to be learned from NFL 2014 Week 6 in addition to what many fans failed to learn.
HOUSTON, October 7, 2014 — The Oakland Raiders had the week off, giving them a chance to forget the Dennis Allen era and count down the minutes until Tony Sparano is replaced by Jon Gruden. Most of the rest of the league did what the Raiders failed to do during the Dennis Allen era, play ...