The Patriots may have lost Super Bowl LII, but they gained a small victory when offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels decided not to take up the Colts’ offer to become their head coach and remain in Foxborough. But what could have caused such a dramatic – and possibly career-limiting – change of mind?
Continue reading “STAYING PUT: McDaniels leaves the Colts hanging”
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)”
Can you believe that there are now only three games left in the 2017 season? THREE! And two of them take place this Sunday evening. Richard O’Hagan is looking forward to them.
Continue reading “DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: What to look out for”
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”
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”
It’s time for another special teamer in our list. There haven’t been many better in his position than this guy.
Continue reading “The 300: #31 Reggie Roby”
The fifth name on our list should really need no further introduction…
Continue reading “The 300: #5 Eric Dickerson”
With the tenth season of the NFL’s London games now in the bag, Richard O’Hagan takes a look at what 2017 had to offer.
Continue reading “PICK SIX: Looking Over London”
Marshawn’s return, JJ Watt’s impressive pain tolerance, an inevitable injury to the number one fantasy player and the unluckiest man in the NFL all feature in the first Late Hits of the 2017 season…
Continue reading “LATE HITS – Beasts, Jocks and the Unluckiest Man in the NFL”
The Los Angeles Rams opened the regular season with a stunning 46-9 week one win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Tom Green gives us his thoughts on the game…
Continue reading “3 and out: New look Rams annihilate hapless Colts”