The Pittsburgh Steelers finalized their regular season with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals to host the Baltimore Ravens during wild card week of the 2014 NFL Playoffs.
Somebody at Michigan needs to act like an adult.
“Their accusations didn’t jibe with what we know is fact,” Steve Bisciotti says of an ESPN report.
“If your intentions were to … take all happiness away, you’ve succeeded on so many levels,” Janay Palmer wrote.
Ray Rice’s time in Baltimore is over.
Silence can be golden sometimes.
One NFL team cuts a player for merely keeping unsavory company, while another goes out of its way to make excuses for a guy who knocked his fiancée out cold in an elevator.
It’s hard to write off a team that’s been to the playoffs five straight years.
The much talked about Super Bowl matchup between the Harbaugh brothers has been beaten into your head, but did you know it gets more complicated than that?
The Ravens came out of a three-game losing streak to make it to the big game in The Big Easy. December started off rough for the Ravens with consecutive losses to the Steelers, Redskins and Broncos. But as fate would have it, their lowest point became a turning point.
Joe Flacco may finally have earned the respect of his many critics around the NFL.
Joe Flacco outdueled Tom Brady, throwing three touchdown passes in the second half and leading the Baltimore Ravens to their first Super Bowl in 12 years with a 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday for the AFC championship.
Al Michaels called it the loudest manure chants he’s ever heard.
The NFL playoffs are heating up and teams are trying to intimidate each other. The NFL doesn’t want any of it and has warned players not to go too far.