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The 49ers couldn't lose. The Browns couldn't win. The Vikings were the sleepers. The Jets were the snorers. In the ever-changing NFL, though, that was . . . so last week. Everything was turned on its head Sunday — or knocked on its backside, as...
Do fans owe their support to teams? It's a question frequently debated on great sports talk shows (such as, oh I don't know, say The Beat of Sports, hosted by Marc Daniels from 9 a.m. to noon weekdays on 740 the Game). Bill Johnston thinks so. Who's...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — For all the back and forth between the Jets and the Dolphins, all the talk of "karma," and various translations of "hot sauce," the fact remains the Dolphins can do America a favor right now. They can shut up Rex Ryan for...
Sun-SentinelMiami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey spiced up Sunday's game against the New York Jets by humiliating Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin. Pouncey, rarely one to hold his tongue, even called Maybin "a joke." This was all in response to Maybin telling ESPN New...
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers a selection of reader questions after the Ravens' 43-13 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. Boyne: The defense looks to have lost its swagger, the way it did when Greg Mattison took over for Rex Ryan. Is the...
— We figured that Devin McCourty owed some of his teammates dinner. A nice cut of prime rib for Mr. Prime Time Tom Brady maybe, for impeccable efficiency in answering his critics on that last-minute drive in regulation. A big Maine lobster, surely,...
Tags: Football, Steve Gregory, Lex Hilliard , AFC East, Patrick Chung
It is a campaign season, but Dean Pees wasn't in the mood for ducking any questions about his defense, one of the worst in the NFL. He didn't mince words. "It makes me sick," said Pees, the first-year Ravens defensive coordinator, whose group is...
The Baltimore SunJason Garrett was the hot coaching candidate who had everything the Ravens were seeking. He was a former NFL quarterback, Ivy League-educated and groomed in a football family. He was young and bright, and in just a couple of seasons as an NFL assistant,...
Tags: John Harbaugh, Football, Jason Garrett, AFC North, Ray Lewis
Their passes might sail high, but three NFL quarterbacks have landed far short of expectations. Kansas City's Matt Cassel, Seattle's Russell Wilson, and the New York Jets' Mark Sanchez aren't the only starting quarterbacks who are struggling —...
Mark Sanchez is still the Jets starting quarterback. Popular backup Tim Tebow is not getting a promotion this week, right? "Yeah, no question," Coach Rex Ryan told reporters Tuesday. Glad that's resolved ... for this week anyway. A lot of Jets fans...
Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata had mapped out an ambitious plan, albeit one not readily apparent when he lumbered onto the practice field for a June minicamp. Considerably heftier than usual after spending his offseason intentionally bulking up,...
Tags: Ryan Lilja, Football, Paul Kruger, Terrell Suggs, Jameel McClain
So who had four weeks in the “Throw Mark Sanchez Under the Bus” pool with the New York Jets? Actually, that sounded about right for me when the Jets traded for Tim Tebow in the off-season, setting up the predicament we all knew was coming...
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