It’s that time of year again. The regular season ends and all hell lets loose in the managerial ranks of the NFL. Head coaches, assistant coaches, general managers and other staff are all in the firing line as franchises search for the ingredient which will bring them success in 2018. Richard O’Hagan tries to keep up.
Continue reading “QUICK SNAPS: The Coaching Merry-Go-Round (2017 edition)”
Only a quarter of the teams in the NFL remain standing, as the 2017 season reaches the divisional round stage. Which four sides will make it through to the conference championship game next weekend? Richard O’Hagan has some thoughts.
Continue reading “DIVISIONAL WEEKEND: What To Look Out For”
We welcome The 300 back from its Christmas break with a feature on the man who was, for many, the first recognisable face of the NFL – even if he wasn’t playing football at the time.
Continue reading “The 300: #33 Joe Greene”
Today we focus on a man who has been very much in the news in recent months, but whose career was one of the outstanding ones of his time.
Continue reading “The 300: #26 Jack Ham”
There are some who might say that kickers have no place in The 300, but we’re not like that. We have kickers, punters and a whole host of unregarded players in our list. Because everyone is a part of an NFL roster, no matter how long they spend on the pitch.
Continue reading “The 300: #21 Matt Stover”
Some players pass fleetingly through the NFL, but for a lucky few it becomes their entire life…
Continue reading “The 300: #17 Bobby Mitchell”
Yesterday, The 300 brought you one of the Hall of Fame’s most recent entrants. Today, it is the turn of one of the NFL’s most recent retirees.
Continue reading “The 300: #13 Devin Hester”
Today, The 300 takes us right back to the earliest days of the NFL.
Continue reading “The 300: #11 Walt Kiesling”
The 300 isn’t just about the players. The NFL is about more than the 92 players who suit up every game. Here we look at one of the early greats.
Continue reading “The 300: #4 Bert Bell”
Our regular quarterback-centric feature returns, this time with a twist. Because not even we could ignore what went on in Cleveland this week.
Continue reading “ROUGHING THE PASSER: What’s Brown and Stupid?”