It was only a matter of time before COVID-19 began to rear its head again in the midst of the 2020 NFL season, and it did so in widespread fashion as teams prepared for Week 12 to get underway.
After a disappointing first half of the 2020 season, why is there still so much for the Patriots to be excited about as the team evaluates its future?
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.
Whether it’s a hard-hitting linebacker in the middle of a defense, or a steamrolling safety bursting across the field, many players have given opponents chills over the last century.
The Dolphins are rolling with rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as the team’s new starter, forcing Ryan Fitzpatrick into the second spot on the depth chart.
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.
There are more teams in the NFL that have gone back-to-back as Super Bowl champions than those without an appearance on the NFL’s biggest stage. But, why does it still seem like such a massive feat to pull off a repeat?
While San Francisco Giants assistant Alyssa Nakken set the tone on the field for any younger women watching at home, another female sports personality was raising the bar across the country.
When the 2020 NFL season starts, the league will have had the most time out of any to work on safety measures and contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midway through the month of July, EA Sports began to release ratings for “Madden NFL 21,” starting with the “99 Club.”
What if you were an NFL general manager, and you had the entire league’s talent pool at your disposal to create the ultimate 53-man roster?
The 2020 NFL season’s schedule was finally released on May 7, sending fans into a frenzy about each team’s upcoming matchups.
One subtle debate that the documentary created provides for an interesting “What if?”-type of scenario: Which sports story needs its own version of “The Last Dance”?
Will Tom Brady return to the Patriots for his 21st season in the league? Or, will he start a new journey elsewhere as a 43-year-old quarterback?
What if five of the Patriots’ Lombardi trophies were to suddenly disappear, leaving just one Super Bowl win for fans in New England to enjoy and reminisce about?
Breaking down barriers: How some of sports media’s biggest names are coming together despite network competition
Sure, the ratings war continues, and the competition rages on. But, those “soldiers” battling it out on the microphone have switched gears, embracing each other in different ways over the last seven months.