Steve Silverman is an award-winning writer, covering sports since 1980. Silverman was with Pro Football Weekly for 10 years and his byline has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Playboy, NFL.com and The Sporting News. He is the author of four books, including Who’s Better, Who’s Best in Football — The Top 60 Players of All-Time. Follow him on Twitter at @ProFootballBoy.
It’s not quite as clear-cut as Bears head coach Marc Trestman made it out to be in his analysis of the “rivalry” his team has with the Detroit Lions.
The Lions found out last year what happened when they were unable to present a balanced offense.
The chess match remains a big part of winning in the NFL.
By Steve Silverman The Cleveland Browns made front-page news this week when they traded 2012 first-round draft pick Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a mid- to late-first-round draft pick next spring. On the [...]
The running game is not what it used to be.
While the NFL is not quite Arena Football, it has been moving in that direction for years.
It’s going to be important for the Bears to open their season with two straight home wins.
When it comes to talent, the Blackhawks don’t have to take a backseat to anyone.
This is good news for the Bears, who host the Vikings on Sunday.
We are a society that overreacts to everything.
The Bengals are a legitimate Super Bowl team because they are dangerous and keep getting better.
This time, the Blackhawks decided to make sure their Stanley Cup-winning goalie stays with them.
The real season is finally here. Final cuts are being made and the last of the preseason games are done.
Rodgers may be more of a “me” guy than anyone ever thought.
The light goes on at different times for players.
Pressure is a fact of life in the NFL, and no players feel it more than starting quarterbacks.
Trestman is trying to buck tradition by changing the Bears from a defensive-oriented franchise to a team that can play with the best offensive teams.
A winning defense is not going to be reminiscent of the old Steel Curtain or the ’85 Bears. Today, it’s about coming up with turnovers and key stops.
There are a lot of fallacies surrounding preseason games and practices in the NFL.
Trestman and Tucker still have DE Julius Peppers, 33, OLB Lance Briggs, 32, and CB Charles Tillman, 32, to anchor the defense.