The Tim Tebow Show finally ended Saturday night, at least for the 2011 season. But next year? It's all up to him to smooth out the roller-coaster ride.
They're running out of healthy bodies, but so what? Nothing has stopped the Texans. The NFL's most impressive team calls Houston home.
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.
The scary head injuries on Sunday should be all the warning the NFL needs not to expand schedule to 18 games.
Did the NFL players make a statement of solidarity or a gesture of stupidity with their pregame actions? Jeff MacGregor and Jemele Hill debate the latest salvo in NFL labor relations.
The longer Roger Goodell waits to wade into the Ben Roethlisberger situation, the more he opens himself up to questions about race and the NFL's code of conduct.
Whatever the outcome of the criminal investigation, that party scene in Georgia last week should have been on Ben Roethlisberger's 'don't-do' list.
With personal seat licenses and ticket prices soaring, Jemele Hill thinks the era of the average fan may be over.
In today's fast-paced sports world, people and things become obsolete quickly. Here's what Jemele Hill thinks has jumped the shark.
Don't get all worked up about Lane Kiffin and the rest of these young NFL coaches, says Jemele Hill. The NFL's a different world these days.
Don't know the new coach of the Steelers? That -- even more than Lovie Smith and Tony Dungy making the Super Bowl -- is a sign of racial progress, writes Jemele Hill.
The death of Darrent Williams has Jemele Hill connecting the dots between a culture that glorifies violence and athletes getting shot.