What you’re about to witness above could be misconstrued as cruel and unusual punishment. But, in reality, it’s just late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel having a laugh thanks to some loyal viewers answering his call.
Bay Area rap artists are now 2-for-2on the season when it comes to 49ers-inspired tracks.
It’s Thursday, and we’re still talking about Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson‘s phenomenal front-flip touchdown against the Cardinals five days after the fact.
For the second straight year, we’ve got ourselves a midseason Bears-Eagles matchup with plenty on the line. And for the second straight year, we’ve got the same predominant storyline surrounding Monday night’s game at Lincoln Financial Field.
Terrell Suggs owns Ben Roethlisberger’s ass, ladies and gentlemen. And he keeps it in his refrigerator.
You know what really grinds Heath Evans‘ gears? Whining! And the “sissification” of football.
Maybe things are a little cooler now, though, for Juan Castillo after Philadelphia’s 20-13 road win in Washington.
The Raiders further strengthened their legitimacy Sunday with a tremendous display of heart in a 25-20 road win over the Texans just 24 hours after the death of legendary owner Al Davis.
When you join Hall of Famers Walter Payton and Gale Sayers as the only Bears running backs ever to rush for 200 yards in a game, you’re big-time in Chicago.
Tough? We’ll give Cowboys QB Tony Romo that much. Clutch? Well, let’s not confuse tough for clutch.
Wasn’t it just two weeks ago that Tony Romo was left for dead after leading an embarrassing Cowboys collapse in the season opener?
Poor Jay Cutler. The guy has been pummeled during his time with the Bears thanks to Mike Martz’s pass-happy offense and his reluctance to scale back.
Michael Vick, we get it. You’re frustrated. We understand why, too.
Posted: Monday, September 19th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Around the League, Arian Foster, Atlanta Falcons, Ben Tate, Crypt Keeper, Dallas Cowboys, DeSean Jackson, Houston Texans, Jeremy Maclin, Jessica Simpson, Michael Vick, Music City Miracle, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tom Brady, Tony Romo
With Sunday’s action is in the books, some early impressions of what went down in Week 2.
Find out what Pittsburgh beat writer Gerry Dulac and Baltimore announcer Gerry Sandusky believe the teams must do moving forward.