It was never going to be easy for Tom Brady to retire, but no one thought it was going to happen like it did.
It’s impossible to properly capture everything that football fans, myself included, felt throughout Tom Brady’s tenure in the NFL.
With all of the potential paths to Super Bowl LIV in place, here are some official predictions for the 2021 NFL playoffs.
The NFL’s first 18-week regular season in league history is all said and done, and it’s time for the playoffs.
After a hit-or-miss try last year, we try our best to predict what sports fans will be saying by the end of 2022.
As you plan out what your Christmas Day will look like in 2021, here’s a schedule so you don’t miss any of the holiday’s big games.
More than halfway through the 2021 season, it’s tough to ignore the similarities between Tom Brady’s 2001 season and Mac Jones’ rookie year.
NFL players haven’t been shy when it comes to voicing their displeasures about Thursday night games in years past.
After the critical acclaim that “The Last Dance” received in 2020, ESPN will hope for similar success with “Man in the Arena: Tom Brady.”
The Panthers fell to last place in the NFC South after nine games, and it was time for Carolina to make a splash.
It’s rare for All-Pro cornerbacks and Pro Bowl linebackers to fall into a contender’s lap in the middle of a season.
It doesn’t have to be Team Brady or Team Belichick. Instead, fans should be able to look back fondly on their success as an all-time duo.
Mac Jones continues to showcase why he is the answer the Patriots were looking for under center.
The reigning Super Bowl champs seem to have the ability to run it back. But, history books may have another idea.
Ahead of a groundbreaking release on August 20, player ratings for Madden NFL 22 were announced in late July.
As the NFL prepares for its first season in a world with COVID-19 vaccines, the league isn’t holding back with its protocols for the 2021 regular season.