The Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks played a game that seriously took a toll on the teams and players, but the field they played on may have delivered the biggest blows.
An opening playoff weekend of games closer than expected leads many to think that the Divisional Round could be even more exciting than first thought. Only one rookie quarterback remains though…can he pull off the upset?
Coaches staying, coaches going, coaches visiting, and one coach waits.
With the NFL playoffs now arriving, there are four games in this opening wild card round, and they’re all going to be big. Only one seems like a sure bet pick, but then again…it’s not like my selections have been spot on for most of the season.
Round and round she goes, where the NFL coaching carousel stops…no one really knows.
Black Monday is officially over, but now a new time begins in the NFL. That would be a guessing game that’s as big as free agency, and it’s the wonderment as to which coach will end up where.
Facing one of the NFL’s worst offensive lines, Bears defensive end Julius Peppers had his way against the Cardinals in the Bears win on Sunday.
Sensational comebacks have Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson headed for the Pro Bowl.
Jay Cutler could have had a broken bone sticking out of his leg, a missing finger, poison-tipped arrows stuck in his back, or half his face chewed off by coyotes, and he was playing.
Bears cornerback Charles Tillman earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance last Sunday against the Jaguars.
With kickoff for the 2012 NFL season just hours away, excitement for football has never been higher.
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Devin Hester was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Month Thursday after scoring two special teams touchdowns in October.
On the heels of the Bears win in London, linebacker Lance Briggs was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week.
After leaving Sunday’s game early with a chest injury, Bears return man Devin Hester practiced without limitations Thursday and Friday, and appears ready to start in Sunday’s game.
For as much as it pains me to say so, I believe the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers will — once again — be the class of the NFC in 2011.
When I sat down on the couch yesterday to watch the news, the talk of the town was, of course, the Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game, on Sunday afternoon.
A limited number of Bears playoff tickets are going on sale this coming Wednesday.
The Bears have risen to the top of the NFC, in seemingly surprising fashion to everyone but themselves.
Sitting at 10-4, with two games left to be played, the Bears are in a great position to make a deep run into the playoffs. But just a few months ago, did anyone see this coming?