Pete Carroll, the Seahawks' fun-loving coach, made a serious mistake that cost his team the Super Bowl, Ian O'Connor writes.
Bill Belichick was groomed to be an NFL coaching great by a college football scouting guru -- his late-father Steve, Ian O'Connor writes.
NFL players can suffer financial consequences and lose their jobs for poor performance, but those pitfalls don't exist for Roger Goodell, Ian O'Connor writes.
Facing a Seattle defense capable of crushing anyone, Patriots QB Tom Brady needs to be at his absolute best in Super Bowl XLIX, Ian O'Connor writes.
Forget the stats, Russell Wilson's competitiveness and big-game pedigree secure his spot on the stage among the NFL's elite QBs, Ian O'Connor writes.
Robert Kraft's strong defense of the Patriots while the NFL continues its Deflategate probe puts his legacy and reputation at risk, Ian O'Connor writes.
Tom Brady should be sacked for the Super Bowl if NFL finds he cheated.
The Jets have new leaders, but the same ol' Bill Belichick still stands in their way.
The spirit of Dick Rehbein, the assistant credited for bringing Tom Brady to the Patriots, lives on, Ian O'Connor writes.
Instead of taking a year to do TV and learn something about offense, Rex Ryan took a Bills job that might ensure his second firing, Ian O'Connor writes.
The NFL's self-commissioned investigation of its handling of the Ray Rice case doesn't vindicate commissioner Roger Goodell of glaring inadequacy, writes Ian O'Connor.
Woody Johnson did what he had to do, but he still has no plan for the Jets.
Bill Belichick's exit was the worst day in New York Jets history.
A judge's ruling to reinstate Ray Rice is further proof of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's failings, writes Ian O'Connor.
With a pink slip awaiting, here's how Rex could spend his free time