Search Result for nfl — 2791 articles found

  • Picture Of The Day: We’re Number One!

    Picture Of The Day: We’re Number One!

    The Green Bay Packers earned another victory on Sunday, as they beat the St. Louis Rams by a score of 24-3 and ran their record to a perfect 6-0 to start the season.  With the win, the Packers are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL, making them the undisputed number one team in […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 10/16/11 — Aaron Rodgers

    Stat Line Of The Night — 10/16/11 — Aaron Rodgers

    And then there was one. That’s right.  Only six weeks into the 2011 NFL season and the last undefeated team remaining is last year’s Super Bowl champions; the Green Bay Packers.  The Packers are now posting a perfect 6-0 record, and much of that has to do with the play of their quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, […]

  • Brandon Marshall Wants To Get Ejected Against The Jets

    Brandon Marshall Wants To Get Ejected Against The Jets

    Brandon Marshall feels as though he hasn’t been playing with enough emotion throughout Miami’s first four games of the 2011 NFL season.  He is hoping to change that when his team travels to New York to take on the Jets this Monday night. While talking about the game, Marshall stated that he plans to get […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 13th) – Bill Mazeroski

    This Day In Sports History (October 13th) – Bill Mazeroski

    It was on this day in 1960 that the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the New York Yankees in game seven of the World Series.  Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski won the game in the bottom of the ninth inning with a solo home run off of Yankees pitcher Ralph Terry. The Yankees entered the series as […]

  • Stephen A. Smith Is Awfully Upset With LeBron James (Video)

    Stephen A. Smith Is Awfully Upset With LeBron James (Video)

    Yesterday LeBron James and Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll exchanged Tweets with one another suggesting that LeBron may be looking for employment in the NFL and that he may be a good fit catching balls in a Seattle Seahawks uniform. After James asked ESPN’s John Clayton when the deadline to sign free agents in […]

  • Farewell To The Lions’ Booty Lounge

    Farewell To The Lions’ Booty Lounge

    After suffering through years of futility, Detroit Lions fans finally have a reason to travel to Ford Field to watch their team play.  In fact, they had two reasons, although it appears as though they are on the verge of having one of those reasons taken from them. The first reason, and perhaps the most […]

  • Everyone Wants A Piece Of Megatron’s Behind (Pic)

    Everyone Wants A Piece Of Megatron’s Behind (Pic)

    By his standards, Calvin Johnson had a rather slow night during the Lions’ 24-13 victory over the Chicago Bears on Monday.  Megatron headed into the game having scored two touchdowns in each of his first four games of the 2011 NFL season, but he was only able to manage one touchdown and 130 yards in […]

  • Cameraman Gets Jacked Up By Vikings’ Devin Aromashodu (Video)

    Cameraman Gets Jacked Up By Vikings’ Devin Aromashodu (Video)

    Photographers positioned along the sidelines at NFL games are always trying to get a great close-up shot of the players playing the game, but sometimes that close-up shot can be a little too close for their liking.  Just ask the cameraman in the video below, who was steamrolled by Vikings’ wider receiver Devin Aromashodu following […]

  • Picture Of The Day: This One’s For You Al!

    Picture Of The Day: This One’s For You Al!

    The NFL lost one of its most recognizable faces, as Al Davis passed away at his home on Saturday at the age of 82.  Davis always encouraged his players to “Just Win Baby,” and his players did just that one day after his passing, as they rallied late and held on to beat the Houston […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 10/9/11 — Adrian Peterson

    Stat Line Of The Night — 10/9/11 — Adrian Peterson

    Many people have been quick to criticize the Minnesota Vikings’ play-calling, as they have failed to get the ball in Adrian Peterson’s hands while protecting the lead in the second half of games throughout the first four weeks of the 2011 NFL season.  The Vikings’ running back has previously voiced his displeasure with his lack […]

  • DeSean Jackson Inspired This Kid’s Touchdown Celebration (Video)

    DeSean Jackson Inspired This Kid’s Touchdown Celebration (Video)

    Yesterday we brought you a list of “9 Ridiculously Awful Touchdown Celebrations.”  DeSean Jackson made two appearances on that list, but neither of them were for his popular backwards splash into the end zone, which he showcased during a meeting with the Dallas Cowboys last season. Apparently, Jackson’s backwards splash celebration wasn’t ridiculous enough to […]

  • 9 Ridiculously Awful Touchdown Celebrations

    9 Ridiculously Awful Touchdown Celebrations

    In recent years, the NFL has tried to come down hard on excessive touchdown celebrations. But really, aren’t these spectacles actually good for the league? Even if a guy is totally disrespecting his opponent, post-TD shenanigans generate publicity and keep people talking about football into the middle of the week. Want proof? How’s this: Did […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 6th) – Seattle Mariners

    This Day In Sports History (October 6th) – Seattle Mariners

    It was on this day in 2001 that the Seattle Mariners won their 116th game of the regular season.  The Mariners tied the all-time wins mark, which was first established by the 1906 Chicago Cubs. The 1906 Cubs went 116-36 (.763 winning pct.) during a time when teams played only 152 games per season compared […]

  • Here Is A Look At Brett Favre’s Boradcasting Debut (Video)

    Here Is A Look At Brett Favre’s Boradcasting Debut (Video)

    During his 20-year career as an NFL quarterback, Brett Favre was usually the one making the plays, both good and bad.  Now that he has retired from the game, Favre has moved into the press box, where he will be calling the plays while others make them. Favre made his broadcasting debut for CSS alongside […]