Bill Belichick might be the one who cures Tim Tebow of his QB-only dream.
A lot of folks think this Ochocinco is an improvement. But I miss the old Chad, the bon vivant who was once able to reconcile playing some terrific football with injecting some genuinely original humor into the NFL.
Eli Manning, Tom Coughlin are the most dangerous big-game duo in the NFL.
The Giants are the most complete team remaining in the NFL playoffs.
Mark Sanchez is regressing, and it was evident in Sunday's loss to the Pats.
This week, anyway, the Giants' pass rush is back in Bill Belichick's head. Again.
Manning and Brady are gone, but Big Ben presents bigger problems in Pittsburgh.
The Jets need Santonio Holmes to come up in a big way against the Patriots.
The Jets agree -- Tom Brady has been even better without Randy Moss.
Get past the Justin Bieber and 'Hollywood Wives' jokes, and this is the reality in the NFL right now: Tom Brady stands between every surviving playoff team and the Super Bowl. Again.
There's a risk to buying too heavily into coaching trees, especially Bill Belichick's. Ex-Broncos coach Josh McDaniels follows Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel and Eric Mangini.
Brett Favre acknowledges the success of his Jets successor, Mark Sanchez.
Just how far will Rex Ryan's frat-house approach take the Jets this season? Good question. So far, it's only caused problems on (and off) the field.
Enough with all the talk, Woody and Rex. Just get Darrelle Revis signed, now.
Rex Ryan's Jets, not the Patriots, are now the top dogs in the AFC East.