Teams playing in the wild-card round have reached or won the Super Bowl in seven of eight seasons.
The NFL is perhaps the most unpredictable of all sports leagues, and that plays out on nearly an every-week basis.
The San Francisco 49ers are going to get tested by the elements in Green Bay, perhaps more so than they will by the Packers.
Lovie Smith is back in business in the NFL.
Cutler is good enough to put it together for one year and lead a solid team to the championship.
If you are thinking that the dominating Chicago Blackhawks have nothing to do but wait for April to get here so they can begin their Stanley Cup defense, think again.
The Bears can’t afford to give yards away on special teams, but they are doing that in generous fashion.
Trestman has to motivate his team this week, especially after the 54-11 debacle against the Eagles.
Even with a rivalry loss to the Vancouver Canucks, the Chicago Blackhawks still have the best record in the NHL and they have shown that they are not going to give up their title easily.
Kickers deserve respect, and have for a long time.
There are five candidates that have the best shot at the honor.
The Blackhawks have been rolling, but there is a problem looming. It’s called the Olympic Games.
The Chicago Bears are going to have an opportunity to make the playoffs as the NFC North champions.
As the season heads down the home stretch, the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos appear to be on a collision course to play in the Super Bowl Feb. 2 at (snow-covered) MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
A couple of years ago, it looked like the only thing that mattered in the NFL was having a dynamic passing game.
Ohio State and Michigan State are the two dominant teams in the Big Ten and they deserve to be playing for the Big Ten championship.
NFL officials are supposed to have a full and complete understanding of the rulebook.
The circus road trip could have been a huge sinkhole for the Chicago Blackhawks. Instead, they have staked their claim to being the best team in the NHL once again.
Bill Belichick shocked the football world – and his own players – when he decided to give the football to Peyton Manning at the start of overtime at windy Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. Sunday night.
As the season turns for the home stretch, Manning is still the frontrunner for that award