I know it’s not his fault, and I have to be careful to remember that.
He turned a loyal fandom against itself, just because he could.
Super Bowl XLV kicks off Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. With nine Super Bowl titles between the two teams, you can bet this will be an intense game.
During the NFL post-season, TV ratings have been the best in about 15-years. In fact, the ratings have topped the best programming on TV that isn’t football related.
This time it looks like the real deal. Brett Favre will end his NFL career after 20 seasons.
This year has not gone very well for Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. And now it looks like things might be getting worse for Favre and his family.
The Packers had little to worry about during the first half leading 14-3. The second half brought out more fight from the Eagles as they pushed within five points of tying, but an interception in the final minute ended Philadelphia’s push.
As the Bears head into a bye week, we couldn’t help but share with you some amusing quotes from the NFL season. Who said he was the best but didn’t want to say it? What did the Cowboys’ adviser have to say about the team’s $54,896 dinner? How did Jay Cutler feel about throwing four picks to DeAngelo Hall?
The off-field issues continue for Brett Favre and the New York Jets. While this issue dates back to Favre’s time with the Jets’ organization, both Favre and the Jets have made off-field headlines this season.
After the year that he has had, Brett Favre may have wanted his exit from the NFL to be quiet. If that was the case, it doesn’t look like he will get that wish.
The Bears’ Corey Wootton and Brett Favre will forever be linked for the play that appears to have officially, finally, ended Favre’s career.
Brett Favre sat out the Vikings’ season finale Sunday with a concussion while a third-string rookie took his place. The 41-year old quarterback had a rough year in 2010, plagued with injuries. With the season’s end for Minnesota, Favre says he’s done.
The NFL couldn’t prove that Brett Favre sent inappropriate text messages to, then, New York Jets reporter Jenn Sterger, but they still fined him $50,000 for not cooperating in investigations.
While the NFL can’t prove that Brett Favre in fact sent the inappropriate messages to Jenn Sterger, they still felt they had enough information to fine him $50,000.
Just before the Jets face the Bears, controversy breaks out about Rex Ryan. The Jets need to win to secure a spot in the playoffs and the attention on Ryan’s foot-fetish videos might distract him from the game. The Bears already clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2006 and it’s Jay Cutler’s first NFL post-season of his career.
Has Jay Cutler been a disappointment as a Bear? Obviously 2009 didn’t end the way anyone wanted it to but you can’t argue what Jay has been able to do in his last 15 starts where he’s compiled a QB-rating of 93.8 and won 11 games.
Corey Wootton’s first NFL sack might be the last sack that Brett Favre ever takes. But if it wasn’t for all of Wootton’s hard work, he may not have had the opportunity.
This may be it – the best day of this bizarre, 2010 Bears’ season.
Say they don’t win another game. Say the Bears lose to the Jets, lose to the Packers and lose in the first round of the NFC Playoffs. (I’m not saying they will, mind you. Not at all.) Would you still declare Chicago’s 2010 NFL season a success?
The Chicago Bears have beaten the Minnesota Vikings and have won the NFC North Division.