New England Patriots Embarrassed – By Their Own “Fans”
Not very often do you get fans booing their own team, especially teams that have been as dominant as the Patriots. New England football “fans” are an exception.Interesting Facts About the Rookie Season of the New York Jets’ Mark Sanchez
There was a lot of hype surrounding the drafting of Mark Sanchez by the New York Jets. He didn’t have the most electrifying season ever by a rookie quarterback, but he did play well. He was also able to help the team make it into the playoffs too. Here are some interesting facts about his rookie year.The Top 20 Football Players Turned Actors
Football players are extremely popular among fans of the game. After their playing days are done, many go onto coaching, announcing, or other careers that keep them in the public eye. Many also go on into the field of acting.Can I Buy Super Bowl Tickets Directly From the NFL?
Many people would be surprised to know that they can buy Super Bowl tickets directly from the NFL. Find out how here.Five Little Known Facts About Five Great NFL Players
The National Football League is one of the most popular sports leagues in the entire world. The players that make up the league have loyal fan following, thanks in large part to the amazing things they do on the field each week. Here is a look at some little know facts about just five of the superstars that make up the players of the NFL.Football Coaches Need to Get a Perspective
Football coaches, especially at the college level make moves all the time. But is it really good for the game the way some of these changes occur? An interesting article on perspective for football coaches.NFL Affiliates – Top NFL Advertisers – How Much They Spent Last Season and How They Make Deals
The National Football League has many corporate sponsors. When you sit down and watch a Sunday night game, you will likely see hundreds of ads both discreet and in your face. Most of the time, you see repeats too. We all know that the automobile, soft drink, and beer industries do the best as NFL affiliates. But who made it to the top last year? Of course, it is a beer company.2010 NCAA BCS Championship Game Recap
The 2010 version of College Football’s BCS Championship didn’t necessarily go as one would think. Due to certain mishaps, it twisted and turned. Texas was on the verge of the greatest comeback in Championship history.Cleveland Browns History Started With Success
The Browns have won eight league championships, including all of the AAFC titles from 1946 to 1950, and four more in the 60s, before the AFL and NFL merged into one league. The 40s and 60s were a great time in Cleveland Browns history…NFL Playoffs – The Pros and Cons of the Halftime Show
The National Football League (NFL) is in its first week of the highly anticipated playoff season. With upsets, blow-outs, and recurring wild card trends, fans all over the country are rooting for their favorite teams. The best part about the NFL playoffs is if you don’t have cable like me, you are guaranteed to see every game. For hardcore fans it’s crucial to see every team. And if that’s not enabled, to be able to see game highlights is definitely a must. That is one advantage to playoff game half-time shows. While they’re necessary for both fans and the players, half-time shows can be both beneficial and a nuisance.Jets Are the Dark Horse of 2010 NFL Playoffs
The New York Jets pulled off an unexpected upset victory in Cincinnati against the Bengals, derailing their hopes of a deeper run into the post season. Instead, the Jets will be advancing to face one of the AFC’s top seeds in the divisional playoff round. Who they play will depend on how Baltimore fares against New England, but they’ll either end up competing at Indianapolis against Peyton Manning and the Colts, or at San Diego against a red hot Chargers team that has won its last 11 games.