New England Patriots
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.
Tom Brady became the winningest quarterback in postseason play, throwing for three touchdowns Sunday to beat Houston 41-28 and lift the New England Patriots into the AFC championship game.
Arian Foster ran for 140 yards and a touchdown, and the Houston Texans used a stifling defensive effort for a 19-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
Michael Vick keeps taking his lumps. His Philadelphia Eagles keep winning.
The 2011-2012 has finally come to an end and once again the Eagles were watching instead on playing in another Super Bowl. Tomorrow will be tough watching the New York Giants having a ticker tape parade and I have to show it on TV.
Eli Manning and the Giants one-upped Tom Brady and the Patriots again, coming back with a last-minute touchdown to beat New England 21-17 Sunday night for New York’s fourth Super Bowl title.
By Spike Eskin PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Billy Cundiff didn’t know what down it was on Sunday when he rushed on to the field to try and kick a game tying field goal in the AFC […]
Chris talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein about the South Carolina Primary and the battle between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrch, Ray Didinger on the Superbowl matchup between the Giants and Patriots, South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint on his new book, Now or Never, and Buzz Bissinger on the legacy of Joe Paterno.
With New England leading by 3 points with 11 seconds left, Billy Cundiff missed a 32-yard field goal attempt and the Patriots escaped with a 23-20 win Sunday in the AFC championship game.
Bill O’Brien’s second day as Penn State’s new leader included a standing ovation after being introduced at a basketball game, and his first meeting with his new players.
Sporting a Nittany Lions pin on the lapel of his dark gray jacket, Bill O’Brien took the podium, looked straight ahead and introduced himself with two quick, no-nonsense sentences.
Chris recounts the experience of attending his first Flyers game, examines the Presidents decision to impose massive military cuts and wraps up the story of the grenade found outside of the King of Prussia Mall.
By Merrill Reese: I don’t believe this season. We thought the Eagles were dead after the Arizona loss and they followed with an exciting win at the Giants. After getting killed by the Patriots and […]
By Merrill Reese: I can’t remember a season quite like this one. To call it disappointing is an understatement. Yes the Eagles made changes and yes they had the lockout that robbed them of OTA’s […]