In a world where coaching carousel news comes and goes as nothing more than mere fodder for the masses, Mike Munchak's firing was a stark reminder that the people on the sidelines are, you know, people too
The NFL playoffs are flawed, as this weekend's wild-card games will show. It's high time the league corrected the problem and rewarded teams with the best records—and not just division winners—with home games in the postseason
... But it doesn't have to be messy or angry. It's clear the expiration date has come for the Giants legend, and the best thing is for all sides to move on amicably, because it could get worse before it gets better
It'll be freezing. It may be snowing. New York will be in gridlock for a week. Oh, and now there's no tailgating. Super Bowl 48 seems poised to set a new standard for the No Fun League. At this point, is it worth anyone going?
Every year, there are cautionary tales about overspending on talent. And every year, teams still part ways with big money, significant draft picks, or both to find what they hope is the final piece. This year is no different, with disappointments abound
Week 11 was the latest installment in the ongoing battle of the NFL's referees against the world. But whether officials are making the right or wrong calls, it's clear from all the debate that policing the game is a thankless, losing proposition
On the field and off it, players are raising the bar on ill-advised actions. From silly taunts to personal insults, it seems like players need to take a step back and think twice before they say or do something
When it comes to the lowlights of the NFL's vast history, it doesn't get much lower than the 1976 Bucs. On the wrong side of the last mega-spread, they can teach these Jags about what it's really like to be outmatched