Before the 2021 regular season officially gets underway, here are our official predictions for the league’s end-of-season awards.
There’s a real argument for the Money in the Bank ladder match to be called WWE’s most anticipated of the year.
No matter what language is being used, it’s easy to understand why Shohei Ohtani is the face of MLB.
After more than a decade with the Patriots that included three Super Bowl wins, Julian Edelman’s time in the NFL has come to an end.
Regardless of whether it’s a rookie that fans have seen before, or fresh blood for viewers to become accustomed to, there’s plenty of hype to sift through in 2021.
This year’s offseason will be remembered as the Year of the Quarterback, and fans can expect an absolute frenzy until the NFL’s 2021 season officially starts.
Less than a year after COVID-19 shook the world to its core, the NFL managed to put on 269 games in the span of just four months.
Even at 43 years old, Tom Brady managed to put on arguably his best Super Bowl performance of his career as he led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-9 win against Patrick Mahomes’ Kansas City Chiefs.
Ahead of a Super Bowl LV battle between two of the greatest quarterbacks to ever grace a football field, it’s time to breakdown the best quarterback matchups in Super Bowl history.
Houston may now be designated as a “no-fly zone” for superstars, and may have lost out on its chance to become one of the premier sports cities in the process.
Since we don’t know any better after all of the uncertainty in 2020, let’s try our best to guess what sports fans will be saying towards the end of 2021.
As 2020’s rookies finish up their first season, where should they rank in comparison to NFL Draft classes from recent years?
Just a few weeks before the start of the 2020-2021 regular season, the NBA offseason delivered an early holiday gift for fans of blockbuster trades.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals are living up to the hype in 2020, and it could be a problem for the rest of the NFL.
In 2020, the AFC East’s top contender isn’t Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots. It’s Sean McDermott’s Buffalo Bills.
Instead of jumping to conclusions, let’s evaluate some of the biggest and most common overreactions to come to light following the first week of the 2020 NFL season.