Skip Bayless puts the recent Monday night massacre in Kansas City in perspective for the New England Patriots. Then he offers 12 reasons why Bill Belichick and Tom Brady will still end up where they usually are: in the playoffs
Although he's the Greatest Regular-Season Quarterback Ever, Peyton Manning needs to win Super Bowl XLVIII to persuade Skip Bayless to reassess Manning's postseason status.
Tom Brady's clutch play brings to mind the one and only Michael Jordan, Skip Bayless writes.
Football is not meant to be played in every kind of weather, writes Skip Bayless.
Skip Bayless proposes that football would be better off without field goals, extra points and kickoffs.
By not having enough faith in himself as a football player, Chad Johnson let Chad Ochocinco run the show and bring an end to his playing days.
In light of A-Rod no longer being welcome in the Bronx, Skip Bayless wants to know: Who can't you boo?
Kicking is way too important in the NFL -- but as long as it is, the Colts made the best move of the offseason by signing Adam Vinatieri.
Skip Bayless thinks the Bengals would have won with Carson Palmer, the Panthers and 'Skins can win next weekend, and the Pats will beat the Broncos.
Going with your guts or better judgment? Skip Bayless outlines his inner struggle in picking the Bengals as AFC champs.
Skip Bayless says the Patriots' uninspired play and coaching in Week 2 left him muttering "Damn!" several times.
As dominant as the Pats might look against the Raiders, they won't three-peat. Why? It's just too hard, writes Skip Bayless.
We need to give Brady and Belichick a little more rope before we canonize them.