It is hard to believe that we are but five short weeks away from the end of another NFL season. No fewer than 24 teams are inactive this weekend – four because they won post-season byes and the other 20 because they were too rubbish to make the post-season at all. That leaves just four wildcard games for us to look forward to.
Continue reading “WILD CARD WEEKEND: What to look out for”
For Thanksgiving, it seems appropriate that we can bring you a genuine legend of the NFL, a man who was integral to his team’s success and without whom this list definitely wouldn’t be complete.
Continue reading “The 300: #15 Jim Ringo”
It’s the ninth entry in our 300 and time for our first wide receiver – or is it?
Continue reading “The 300: #9 Steve Tasker”
The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…
Continue reading “The 300: #5 Eric Dickerson”
It’s been an odd weekend in the NFL. For the first time, the League decided to cut rosters from 90 to 53 after the final preseason game, rather than doing it in increments between the final two contests. It has made for a brutal few days, and some big names suddenly found themselves without teams.
Continue reading “ROSTER CUTS: Big Names Who Didn’t Make It”
The final pick of the top ten rests with Buffalo and their new, young, head coach, Sean McDermott.
Continue reading “DRAFT PREVIEW: Pick 10 – Buffalo Bills”
Our off-season trackers cover all of the important moves that each team makes between the end of the 2016 season and the start of the 2017 one.
Continue reading “OFF-SEASON TRACKER: AFC EAST – UPDATED”
One of football’s unsung heroes died last month. Richard O’Hagan remembers a man who helped change it forever.
Continue reading “IN MEMORIAM – Willie Evans”
In a move which surprised many, Buffalo replaced Rex Ryan with Panther’s DC Sean McDermott on Wednesday.
Continue reading “NEW GAME PLAN – Bills Hire Sean McDermott”
Continuing our series looking at key retirements at the end of the NFL regular season, we focus on one of the less-heralded departures of the week.
Continue reading “So Farewell Then…Chan Gailey”