Found January 07, 2013 on
In The Neutral Zone:
Kansas City Chiefs
Green Bay Packers
San Francisco 49ers
New England Patriots
Every Monday, comedian Doug Cheatham sits down to write some thoughts about various teams and players of the sporting world. Sometimes to approval but most often to vent anger and poke some fun. Welcome to the Monday Morning Hangover. New Year…New Format Kansas City Chiefs Kansas Chiefs fans can rest a [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
KANSAS CITY, Mo. True story: When his Kansas City Chiefs don't play well, Clark Hunt changes from mild-mannered Bruce Banner into The Incredible Hulk. Within moments, he's kicking chairs and banging on tables in sheer, unadulterated rage.
Within moments, he's rampaging his way through skybox after skybox at Arrowhead Stadium in a fit of fury, ripping some very expensive...
The NFL regular season is done and over with and now the playoffs are upon us. There were many memorable moments from this season and quite a few players who stood out more than others. Here at Next Level SN, we are going to hand out our year-end awards. You can follow myself and Mike Koch on Twitter and let [...]
[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full...
In the latest edition of “Football Nation Today,” Alex talks about the latest news around the world of the NFL:1st Down: Alex briefly talks about the top storylines from last weekend’s wild card games, including how shocked he is that so many national football pundits are letting Mike Shanahan off the hook for his handling of Robert Griffin III last Sunday. Shanahan was negligent...
Yesterday, Newsday released an interview they conducted with former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher where he stated that he plans on coaching again in the NFL.
Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn’t believe Cowher will be coaching again any time soon.
Let’s set the record straight with Bill Cowher:
He said yesterday he thinks will coach again in the National Football...
Andy Reid was introduced as the Chiefs new head coach today, and after saying his goodbyes to Philadelphia, praising his new city and just down right being cordial, Pro Football Talk is reporting that Reid will now focus on finding a quarterback, or as he put it, “the next Len Dawson.”
“I have looked at the roster and there are some good football players on this football team...
Current CBS analyst and former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher wants to return to coaching in the NFL. The Super Bowl winning head coach has been linked to several coaching vacancies in recent years, but he chose to remain in broadcasting. Now, after six years away from the game, Cowher believes he’d like to return to the coaching ranks.
Speaking to Newsday, Cowher said...
Hot News for C Bill Cowher
At the conclusion of the 2012 NFL regular season, schedules for the 2013 NFL season are known for the various teams of each conference. Exact dates and times of the schedule will not be released until sometime in April but home and away matchups are already known. The NFL schedule makers like to place popular teams and favorable matchups in prime time slots. Now that we have seen...
1. Who will replace Andy Reid in Philadelphia?The team fired Reid, who had been the head coach of the Eagles since the 1999 season, following back-to-back disappointing sub-.500 finishes. Under Reid's watch, the Eagles won the NFC East six times, played in five NFC Championship games and reached one Super Bowl. His career record of 130-93-1 was the best in franchise history...
Andy Reid has a new life in Kansas City. But he was careful to acknowledge his Philly legacy. The former Eagles coach rode in the Chiefs’ private plane over the weekend before officially becoming their new coach. But he had nothing but positive things to say about his 14 seasons with Philadelphia during a 15-minute conference call today with the media that cover the Eagles....
After a mediocre 1-for-2 day predicting yesterday's Wild Card games, let's take a stab at it again, with today's contests featuring three rookie quarterbacks.
Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens, 1pm ET, CBS
Did you know the Colts used to be in Baltimore? I wasn't sure if you noticed that the 1,000 or so times it's been mentioned, and undoubtedly will continued...
The 2012-2013 Indianapolis Colts
I admit it. I wanted the fairy tale ending. I wanted the Colts to come together…powered by #ChuckStrong and with a little bit of luck…and ride that white horse all the way to the Super Bowl. It didn’t happen. A big black raven got in the way and derailed our journey.
But you know what? It’s alright. Maybe it wasn’t a fairy tale, but it was...