Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings and I saw a post on the NFL's Instagram account with the New England Patriots honoring the victims and promoting #Bostonstrong.
As I scroll down, I read some comments and a couple people said that "those people" need to get over the bombings. I'm not sure how I feel about this. For years, we k
Earlier in the off-season, rumors arose that Packers' head coach Mike McCarthy was firing defensive coordinator Dom Capers after the defense fell to 25th in the league in yards and 24th in points allowed per game following the 2013 season. McCarthy however remained defiant and kept Capers on board for another season at DC.
And I believe that was the right decision.
Has anyone noticed a trend in the National Football Conference regarding the loser of the NFC Title Game?
Since the 2004-05 Atlanta Falcons lost the NFC Championship to the Philadelphia Eagles, the loser of that game has missed the playoffs the next year.
In that nine year stretch, only two teams have made the postseason after losing the NFC conference game the year before (2009 E
If you're a Green Bay Packers fan, free agency, and the frenzy that ensues, is not on your calendar of upcoming events to look forward to ever since general manager Ted Thompson took over in 2005. And for good reason. All too often many teams in the NFL overspend on players that are in decline, overrated or just do not fit a team's system.
Though free agency does have