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— Firing defensive coordinator Juan Castillo was just the beginning. To paraphrase the revelation of Sergeant Elias (Willem Dafoe) to soldier Chris (Charlie Sheen) in the most meaningful scene of the movie Platoon, the Philadelphia Eagles are gonna...
Tags: Football, Andy Reid, Jason Avant, Sports, Sean McDermott
The Pittsburgh Steelers, typically the NFL's premier run-stopping team, are tied for 14th in that category this season. They're tied for 29th in sacks with five. Through three games — a win over the New York Jets sandwiched by losses to Denver and...
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The Hartford Courant— He had never lost a game when leading at halftime at home. Tom Brady was 67-0 in such situations with the Patriots and, really, there was little reason to believe the quarterback who has won more playoff games than any in NFL history wasn't...
Bears coach Lovie Smith can be a spinner of fairy tales at times. Devin Hester is a No. 1 receiver. Remember that one? I also recall Smith proclaiming that the Bears’ victory in Minnesota last January actually was their first win of this season,...
Tags: Football, Lovie Smith, Jay Cutler, Tim Tebow, Chicago Bears
The Hartford Courant— J.J. Watt may have spit on the Patriots' midfield logo before this AFC divisional playoff game, but it is Wes Welker who continues, game after game, year after year, to spit in the face of football convention. Running back Shane Vereen may have...
The Hartford CourantThe comparisons not only are inevitable, they seem absolutely necessary. You cannot put Tom Brady in one uniform and Peyton Manning in the other on a given Sunday without drawing contrasts, without arguing who is greater and why. It has to be Brady vs....
New city, new team, same Peyton Manning. That's how the Denver Broncos quarterback looked in Week 4, at least, carving up the Oakland Raiders by completing 30 of 38 passes for 338 yards with three touchdowns. "He's getting more comfortable," Coach...
It's game over for NFL replacements. The regular officials are coming back. The NFL and NFL Referees Assn. reached an agreement on an eight-year deal late Wednesday that immediately puts the regulars back on the field, beginning with the game Thursday...
Come to find out, a heart beats somewhere inside those plush NFL offices in Manhattan. Maybe they aren't, as we thought, too big to care. Or so big they would react only on their terms. Somewhere, somehow, blood had to run in the roomful of corporate...
The Hartford CourantThe situation with the scab officials has grown so bad, so profoundly ugly, that Roger Goodell has resorted to a charade as his No. 1 strategy. His league, once the best sports league anywhere, has become a laughingstock and Tuesday the NFL commissioner...
The fans have spoken. Did you hear the cursing chant from Baltimore? When the Ravens faithful had finally endured enough of the NFL's arrogance Sunday, they rained a unified two-syllable expletive down upon the fake officials that walloped millions of...
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