Hot Read: The NFL sees London as more than just a nice place to visit.
Doug Williams embraces his role in history, Greg Garber writes, and still shakes his head over that infamous question.
Hot Read: Super Bowl Formula -- Here are the teams with the pieces in place to be championship contenders.
The Bears' Devin Hester just might be the best return man in NFL history, yet teams still kick to him, writes Greg Garber.
After seemingly hitting a familiar stride, the New England Patriots appear to be unstoppable. Are they? Experts weigh in.
Holding numbers are up appreciably this season, but that hasn't stopped defensive players from complaining, Greg Garber writes.
How can the Indianapolis Colts avoid the Super Bowl "hangover" that afflicts the losers? Greg Garber explores some theories.
In the playoffs, one major mistake using the clock can end your season. Yet time management is a science few coaches have been able to master, Greg Garber writes.
The debate surrounding the Saints' and Colts' flirtations with perfection involves late-season strategies. Dolphins coach Don Shula, the only coach to complete a title-winning perfect season, offers his advice, Greg Garber writes.
Nearly 20 years ago, a batch of fog dominated a Bears-Eagles playoff game. It remains entrenched in the minds of those who experienced it, writes Greg Garber.
Off-field incidents involving players have brought the NFL under intense scrutiny, Greg Garber writes. Could tougher penalties for bad behavior be next?
After his Colts dispatched Lovie Smith's Chicago Bears 29-17, Tony Dungy stood alone in history.
The Rooney Rule has helped turn around the NFL's once-dismal record of hiring minority head coaches, Greg Garber writes.
In retrospect, it seems preposterous, but in the first 40 Super Bowls there wasn't a single black head coach, Greg Garber writes. On Sunday, there will be two.
Six-time All-Pro Brian Urlacher has more than lived up to the grand tradition of Bears middle linebackers, Greg Garber writes.
The Bears and Colts feature two-headed running back attacks, a growing trend in the NFL, Greg Garber writes.