Scoop has a long list of things for which he's thankful, and he's happy to share it with you.
With the 49ers beginning the season 2-0, Michael Crabtree's holdout is backfiring.
Brandon Marshall has been cast as the NFL's latest problem child. But there's a reason behind his madness.
What if Brett Favre were a woman? Why do we let him get away with with indecision and vanity?
Plaxico Burress finds himself in the unenviable position of being made into an example by prosecutors.
After his incredible 2008 season, Ravens safety Ed Reed has ascended to rarefied air. Is he the greatest ever?
The solution seems simple: Why don't professional athletes just hire professional, trained security?
Scoop's idea of fantasy football is talking pigskin with a group of women over drinks.
If the Patriots go 19-0, what will it mean? It means the Patriots will get a lot of perks. Like these.
What's better, the NFL final four or the NCAA Final Four? Scoop Jackson went searching for the answer.
There's a whole lot of bad stuff going on in sports these days. But hey, you can't blame O.J. Simpson for everything!
Scoop Jackson considers himself lucky to have witnessed Adrian Peterson's coming out party.
You've heard of "The Truth About Cats & Dogs." Now the Cubs and Bears are part of the equation.
The media's lack of concern and reporting over "videogate" means NFL fans are being played for fools.
Scoop Jackson has some questions for Bill Belichick, and he wrote them in verse form.
JaMarcus Russell and the Raiders need each other, yet their stalemate continues, writes Page 2's Scoop Jackson.