No-nonsense Packers coach Mike McCarthy acted like a total professional in his postgame press conference. Unfortunately some players and coaches are using the refs to excuse poor behavior.
Jemele Hill opens the mailbag and responds to readers who have questions and critiques about her commentary on Michael Jordan, Robert Griffin III and Drew Brees.
They're running out of healthy bodies, but so what? Nothing has stopped the Texans. The NFL's most impressive team calls Houston home.
Don't look now, but the Packers haven't lost yet. And we all know what that means: It's time to start invoking the 1972 Miami Dolphins.
Sniping is to be expected during a labor negotiation of this magnitude, but NFL players have lost ground in recent days with childish retorts.
The missing seats in Dallas are just another sign that gigantic sporting events like the Super Bowl are becoming increasingly out of reach for the everyman -- or rather the everyfan.
Yes, Jay Cutler was criticized by other players on Twitter, but tweets from athletes also give us glimpses into their personalities we don't get elsewhere.
He's given us the best of times and he's given us the worst of times. If it's really finally over, how will we remember Brett Favre? And how could we forget him?
The sports world is definitely listening to Dr. Dre's new line of headphones.
Page 2's Jemele Hill wonders why Brett Favre gets a free pass for putting himself on a pedestal.