Congratulations to the New York Giants who are back in NYC following their win in Super Bowl XLVI. As you might expect, the G-Men did a little celebrating in Indianapolis following the big win. It even continued on the team plane ride home
Without a doubt, the NFL has some very passionate fans. Last week I showed you the Packer fan that cried when they lost. Today I give you the out of shape, know every thing, bearded, super-Ravens fan that loses his mind after Billy Cundiff missed the field goal that cost the Ravens the game aga…
It’s a big weekend for the National Football League with the AFC and NFC Championship games set to take place to determine who will go to the Super Bowl, but if you’re not a fan of the sport, now there’s another good reason to tune in.
It's safe to say that the Packer Nation was in shock after their team the Green Bay Packers got manhandled by the N.Y. Giants 37-20 in the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs this past Sunday. One female fan took the loss so bad that it brought her to tears.
Well it was just a matter of time before somebody made a video of Hitler from the movie "Downfall" with the captions set to him reacting to the Denver Broncos beating the Pittsburg Steelers in the first round of the AFC Playoffs.
The NFL postseason has arrived and while a dozen teams chase the Vince Lombardi Trophy, you may want to temper your excitement because we think these NFL playoffs will actually go down as the least exciting in history. Here’s why:
The NFL playoffs start Saturday. Four division champions host first-round games this weekend, while Green Bay, San Francisco, New England and Baltimore enjoy a bye week and wait to begin their Super Bowl quest. Here’s a preview of this weekend’s games:
It’s the first week of January and your favorite NFL team has already hit the golf course. Another year, another high draft pick. This coming weekend of NFL playoff action got us thinking about something much more important than the game on the gridiron — the ladies on the sideline. Just …