A modest little conspiracy theory about what’s *really* going on with the New England Patriots this year.
Posts tagged: the NFL
Pat Summerall has died, at the age of 82. I don’t even watch sports on TV, but I still recognize Pat Summerall as one of the greats when it comes to TV broadcasters.
With regret, our football editor declares the end of the Tom Brady Super Bowl era.
The NFL star played for 20 years and seemed to be healthy and happy right up until his apparent suicide yesterday.
It’s TebowMania, Manhattan-style! Well, Jersey-style, actually. But you know what we mean.
Indianapolis lets its superstar quarterback walk after 14 years.
Just in time for Super Bowl XLVI: a new biography of Giants quarterback Eli Manning.
Truer words were never spoken by any philosopher: “I love new socks.”
Opera star Mariusz Kwiecien shakes off a serious back injury to score, score, score in Don Giovanni.
Which Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is Al Davis now resting next to?
His first novel, North Dallas Forty, showed the pain, glory, mayhem and racism of the NFL. And, weirdly, made the Dallas Cowboys more popular than ever.
If Punxsutawney Phil is smart he’ll stay hunkered down in his groundhog burrow tomorrow morning.
“He can be talking throughout a play, the play can be actually running and he could be talking to you. He is on top of it. I remember a play we had and he was talking to me during the play and he had the ball in his hands, he was about to throw and he was talking to me about something that was going on.””…Sometimes a play might be designed for me to stay and block but he might tell me to ‘go ahead on and go,’ so, I go [out for a pass].”
Car crash in the morning, record-breaking contract in the evening — everyone agrees yesterday was a wacky,
Because we just like photos of presidents getting sports jerseys. That’s Super Bowl-winning quarterback Drew Brees on the left, with other members of the New Orleans Saints in the background. Barack Obama is the 44th U.S. president.