I last did this in week 6, and the rankings were as follows: Kansas City, Philadelphia, Carolina, Pittsburgh, New England.
By Sterling Pingree The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots are on a collision course with each other that ends with them playing in the AFC Championship game. The rest of the AFC has stepped out of the way like extras in Saturday Night Fever when John Travolta hit the dance floor and seem […]
Could Wednesday’s performance from Rask and company be a sign of things to come?
Jim and Jeff welcomed in Bob Ryan to talk all about it including: Giancarlo Stanton, Jose Abreu and find out who Bob would target first.
To me, there was no grand plan, it was all talk. Furthermore, it seemed the rest of the league was willing to sit back and call your bluff rather than get baited into dealing with you, the “Grand Fleece-r.”
Find out why it has IT so hot.
If Dave Dombrowski decides the asking price on the big names is too high, don’t be shocked if this is the move they make.
Paul Perillo of Patriots Football Weekly breaks down the intangibles that separate the Patriots from other teams, year in and year out.
I was getting a little frosty with company at this point at which time, “Not Cousin” Pam said the magic words that no sports fan wants to hear during a big game: “who cares, it’s just a game.” This went over about as well as the Bumpus hounds eating the Parker family’s turkey in A Christmas Story.
Mike McCarthy: “Is it too late for me to recant that statement I made about my QB room being exactly where I want it with Brett Hundley and Joe Callahan? Does anyone still have Favre’s number? He looked pretty beefy in that Copper Fit commercial.”