Super Bowl February 3rd, 2002 @ 9:54 pm PST
Patriots: 20 Rams: 17 w00t!
No Fingers! February 3rd, 2002 @ 10:16 am PST
Linda Fletcher experienced her first heartbreak of the Super Bowl on Wednesday morning when the bellhop was removing her luggage from the cab at her hotel. “They said I couldn’t take my foam finger to the game,” the Boston woman lamented. “I’ve taken it to every game this season. It’s the good luck charm that […]
SuperBowl XXXVI January 29th, 2002 @ 10:46 am PST
Anyone predicting a Rams’ rout of the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI might want to take a quick history lesson first, starting with Week 10 of this season. On Nov. 18 in Foxboro, Mass., the Pats led the Rams 10-7 in the second quarter and had a 1st-and-goal before Antowain Smith fumbled away the football. […]
Not For Legislators (NFL) January 24th, 2002 @ 6:22 pm PST
A rich white man gets offended at an NFL game. I still can’t stop laughing at this one.
Not So Happy Ending January 24th, 2002 @ 1:49 am PST
The scene was jubilant — a dream come true for a loyal New England Patriots fan like Michael Downing. His beloved team had just capped an improbable comeback to defeat the Oakland Raiders in one of the most memorable playoff games in NFL history. Just seconds later, as his family cheered amid the bedlam at […]
Strahan January 12th, 2002 @ 9:00 pm PST
from Peter King’s Monday Morning QB article at CNNSI.com: I think I understand why Brett Favre laid down for Michael Strahan’s record-breaking sack late in the Pack’s 34-25 win. Strahan is universally respected as a man who plays hard and with tremendous regard for the game. But that doesn’t mean I like it. Strahan started […]
Bucs January 12th, 2002 @ 4:24 pm PST
Man. The Bucs are just horrible. How the hell did they even make the playoffs? They are pathetic.
TMQ January 9th, 2002 @ 12:20 am PST
Another terrific excerpt from the Tuesday Morning Quarterback: In the NFL there are high-scoring 45-42 games and low-scoring 13-9 games; games that feature the pass and games that feature the run; there are games where teams try wild things and games when teams go conservative; there are games decided by a few sudden big breaks […]
Bucs December 28th, 2001 @ 11:35 am PST
From CNNSI.com: It didn’t mean all that much at the time. Early last March free-agent quarterback Elvis Grbac took a spur-of-the-moment trip to the Maryland home of Ravens coach Brian Billick. It was assumed that Baltimore would sign free agent Brad Johnson, who had played for Minnesota for seven years while Billick was an assistant […]
TMQ December 25th, 2001 @ 9:14 am PST
Observations like this are why I love to read Tuesday Morning Quarterback: This season, style demands that NFL players on the sidelines don baseball caps, often worn backward. Look closely next time you see a shot of a backward cap on an NFL star. TMQ has been doing this lately, and has noticed-the adjustable bands […]