1. Browns Have Worst Winning Percentage by Any Team in a 2-Season Span

    Fact: The Cleveland Browns are 1-27 in the last two seasons, the worst winning percentage (.036) by any team in a two-season span since the start of the Super Bowl era in 1967...

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  2. How Does 2017 Compare to Patriots' Recent Championship Seasons?

    The New England Patriots have one goal in 2017: win another Super Bowl. With a 9-2 record and just five games remaining in the season, they're in good position to make a serious run at that goal...

    Kristopher Knox Written by Kristopher Knox about 3 months ago 1 reads 0 comments

  3. The Worst Rule in the NFL Must Change Before It Ruins Games That Really Matter

    An ancient rule, ignored for decades and one that ceased being fair or useful before World War II, has already had a major impact on the playoff race. And the NFL needs to act before it does any serious damage...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 3 months ago 1 reads 0 comments

  4. Bears' Eddie Jackson Makes History with 2 Touchdowns vs. Panthers

    Chicago Bears rookie safety Eddie Jackson entered the history books during the first half of Sunday's game versus the Carolina Panthers at Soldier Field...

    Zac Wassink Written by Zac Wassink about 4 months ago 1 reads 0 comments

  5. NFL Nostalgia: Ranking the Best Running Backs in NFL History

    Earl Campbell, meet Walter Payton. Payton: Campbell. You better believe both Sweetness and the Tyler Rose are on this final NFL Nostalgia countdown...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 7 months ago 229,987 reads 0 comments

  6. NFL Records That Could Fall During the 2017 Season

    Every NFL season, dozens of big and small records are pursued by dozens of individuals and teams. And every year, most of those players and squads fall short...

    Brad Gagnon Written by Brad Gagnon about 9 months ago 53,975 reads 0 comments

  7. If Dez Caught It, Would Tony Romo Still Be in the NFL?

    "A brilliant catch by number 88," said Fox commentator Joe Buck after Dez Bryant snagged Tony Romo 's 25-yard toss in midair, took three steps and tumbled down just short ...

    Natalie Weiner Written by Natalie Weiner about 11 months ago 59,351 reads 0 comments