Following some uneventful jabs between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker before the Packers-Cowboys game, Paul Ryan stepped in to steal the show.
Like his predecessor Peyton Manning, Andrew Luck is widely regarded as one of the most professional, mature and well-mannered men in the NFL.
Yes, the Cowboys did benefit from poor officiating against the Lions last week, but they also probably just got screwed by poor officiating against Green Bay today.
Chris Johnson was arrested in Florida on Friday night on firearm charges.
Joe Flacco threw a game-ending interception as the Ravens were driving in an attempt to shock New England and although many Patriots players were pleased, Julian Edelman elected to unleash the fury on Joe Flacco himself.
Julian Edelman was a quarterback at Kent State and although he was not known as a gunslinger with absurd downfield accuracy, he could still throw a decent ball.
Javon Walker was never a small guy by NFL standards but he certainly was never a ripped up dude either.
Rob Konrad played fullback in the NFL from 1999-2004. Despite being out of professional sports for over 10 years, Konrad managed to swim nine miles in nine hours after falling off of his fishing boat Wednesday evening.
Former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula only had to say one nine letter word but it was enough to carry heavy waves across the football community.
As the Braxton Miller transfer rumors continue to swirl, one current NFL player is attempting to lure him south.
Fans love predictions. Fan hate predictions. Fans pounce at every opportunity to gloat about missed “expert” prediction or ridicule unjustified ones.
When the Dallas Cowboys knocked off the Detroit Lions this past weekend (with some help from the refs), they did more than just send the Lions packing. They also managed to swipe away the popular and loud narrative that the Cowboys — and quarterback Tony Romo — are unable to win the big game.