Johnny Manziel's life is following a track parallel to the one Joe Namath walked, Johnette Howard writes. Does Broadway Joe have any thoughts for the young QB?
It's up to Roger Goodell to set the tone of tolerance within the NFL so that gay players will feel safe and welcome in the workplace.
Johnette Howard asks: Who will be better off in New Jersey in February, wimps like me enjoying the game in comfort or people sitting in potentially freezing cold?
The Giants need improved performances from many, but especially Jerry Reese.
Rex Ryan's big-top circus looks like it's about to pull up stakes and leave town.
After 0-6 start, the Giants' season has turned around -- and they know why.
Jimmie Johnson and his Hendrick Motorsports team have earned a place among the greatest dynasties that any sport has ever seen.
Eli Manning has been hit hard this year, and it might have him feeling haunted.
The rise of Gallaudet's football program from a club team to an undefeated Division III program in seven seasons is amazing, Johnette Howard writes.
Giant Antrel Rolle suggests silence wasn't Jonathon Martin's only option.
Brett Favre, a man who played with reckless abandon and inexhaustible joy, can't remember parts of his life because of the hits he took. How does that further change football, Johnette Howard asks.
Of the many Giants having awful years, Jerry Reese is having the worst of all.
If Jets' D gives a Week 2 effort in Week 7, Jets just may snap the Pats' streak.
Bilal Powell may be the Jets' quietest man. But he knows how to get noticed.
Finally, Jets' defense and offense share same mentality: attack, attack, attack.
Adrian Peterson is upholding the tradition of the running back in the pass-friendly NFL, and he's doing it in a way even the top rushing leaders of all time can appreciate, Johnette Howard writes.