In May of 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled the federal ban against sports betting was unconstitutional. Under the “States Rights” clause, the federal government is required to restrict setting policy that’s better handled at ...
Well, I mean, I don't know if he should have been included. But Clay Matthews was absent from the NFL's video on how to and not to sack the quarterback. Likely means a reduction in ...
It's possible the NFL isn't tone deaf. It's possible they might do something about roughing the passer before the season gets any worse.
The Green Bay Packers got hosed on a roughing the passer call on Clay Matthews. The league is going to admit the mistake right? No they are not.
So long, Color Rush uniforms. Rot in hell! The league is ditching one of the dumbest gimmicks it has ever come up with. Now, if they could just fix or ditch Thursday Night Football altogether. ...
The NFL has crafted new rules about players leading with their helmets. Naturally, the rules are about player safety. The question is are they strong enough? The answer would appear to be no.
The NFL is considering eliminating kickoffs if they can't make them safer, according to Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy. That would suck, now wouldn't it?
NFL numbers are down across the board. What is going on with our national pastime? It's become a spectacle rather than a game.
National anthem protests have diminished in the NFL, but commissioner Roger Goodell keeps mixing football and politics. Unfortunately, it just got worse.
Can the NFL do anything to further protect quarterbacks and other defenseless players? They can if they want to, but the rules would need to change.
It's clear by the NFL reducing the suspension of Chicago Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan for a helmet-to-helmet hit that not even they know what's illegal.
Regardless of how you feel about politics and sports, one thing is telling. NFL ratings are down pretty much across the board. How will the league react?
Here's our brief history of NFL preseason football and the dilemma coaches and teams now face in the ever-changing NFL. To play or not to play?
The final in a four-part series looking at how population and market size affects today's NFL. This part looks at how it shapes success on the field.
Which cities are most likely to gain or lose an NFL team? Certain patterns and population data gives us a pretty good idea. Here's a look.
Breaking down the NFL divisions by MSA and population gives us an idea of the NFL's future. Here's the overview, the first in a four-part series.