Gene Wojciechowski has 46 predictions for the 2011 NFL season. Sure to go wrong, you say? He'll be back after the Super Bowl to check how he did.
Every team's roster is blank. Every owner's suite is unoccupied. Every GM's office is empty. Every head coach's film room is unused. You have the No. 1 overall pick in the Total Free Agency Draft. Who do you take?
Here's a refresher course for Dolphins' owner Stephen Ross: The world is round, the sun rises in the east and the NFL lockout most definitely is about labor issues.
Rex Ryan's cronies from his small-college New Mexico coaching days 20 years ago say he hasn't changed a bit, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
If the NFL were the BCS, we'd go directly to Atlanta-New England in the Super Bowl, Gene Wojciechowski writes. Thankfully, it's not. Let's handicap the final eight.
New York Jets rookie QB Mark Sanchez endured highs, lows and crushing blows in beating the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Brett Favre didn't go out on top. But he does go out as a player the NFL will have a hard time replacing.
Wins say Brett Favre. Stats say Aaron Rodgers. Neither made the playoffs. So who had the better year? Depends on how you measure.
Like good football? Like crazy soap operas? Then the NFC East is your division.
The Giants are still in good shape, despite a controversial week and a loss to the Eagles.
Are the 8-3 Jets the best team in the AFC? Perhaps. And the reason for that is all Brett Favre, Gene Wojciechowski writes.
Tom Brady's injured. Brett Favre isn't. That puts the Jets, one game into the Favre era, smack dab in the AFC East hunt.
The Brett Favre-Green Bay Packers divorce is due to one irreconcilable fact: Lack of trust.
The Pats have only themselves to blame for their Super Bowl debacle, Gene Wojciechowski why they'll finish a perfect 19-0.
Here are Gene Wojciechowski's 15 reasons Pats will win.
With all the pressure on Eli Manning to win big as the Giants' quarterback, he should have melted. Instead, he crystalized. And he hasn't changed his poker face, Gene Wojciechowski writes.