For some reason, the public isn't demanding accountability from the owners who have shut down the immensely popular NBA and NFL.
The Jets were a breath of fresh (not to mention hot) air this season. And with a fun-free work stoppage looming large, the NFL needs all the pizzazz it can muster.
In a nonstop culture consistently unwilling to allow time for perspective, legacy is easily the most overused, misappropriated word in sports.
What passes for excitement in the NFL today happens on Park Avenue in the commissioner's office. Roger Goodell is the person to watch in the NFL, on every issue, with every team. The NFLPA is losing the battle for the public.
Jim Caldwell's decision to bench starters in the third quarter defied logic, shortchanging fans and players alike, Howard Bryant writes.
Let's get some perspective, people. We've heard this story so often before in sports that Brett Favre's comeback is more the norm than the aberration.