We can all talk about the narrative of the Atlanta Falcons’ number one scoring offense going up against the New England Patriots’ number one scoring defense, but we all know … Continue Reading Rob Gronkowski’s Absence Will Be The Difference In The Super Bowl
Oh, How We Forget… College football is full of elite quarterback talent. But once these signal-callers take their talents to the NFL, much of their past success becomes long forgotten. … Continue Reading College Stars Don’t Always Translate To the Pros – But Does That Call for Humiliation?
Professional sports, as they stand, are meant for one purpose – to generate revenue. They do this in a variety of ways, with ticket sales, merchandise, and countless other capitalist … Continue Reading Television Rights Deals Are Changing The On Field Product In Sports
After last night’s thrilling overtime win over the Philadelphia Eagles, the Dallas Cowboys have ridden the league’s best rushing attack and a surprisingly effective defense to a 7-1 start, good for … Continue Reading The Easiest Question in The NFL -Who Should Start, Prescott Or Romo?
The national anthem in our country is meant as a sign of unity. We stand together, as one nation, and honor our country. Of course in the history of the … Continue Reading The Kaepernick Saga – Its Time For Football
For all of his tenure with the Packers, Aaron Rodgers has dominated the other teams in the NFC North. He has a career 34-13 record against divisional opponents, including an … Continue Reading Is It Time To Worry About Aaron Rodgers?
The Houston Texans have been a solid, respectable team for the last five years, despite coming from the weakest division in football. Four winning seasons, three division titles and two playoff … Continue Reading Thursday Night Football – A Must Win for the Texans
TSL’s Daniel Zimmermann previews the NFL season with his picks for both the division winners and wildcard winners, his pick for MVP and other season awards, and breaks down which … Continue Reading TSL NFL Kickoff Podcast – Predictions for Division Winners, Award Winners, and More!
Second chances aren’t uncommon in the NFL. Third chances on the other hand are rare, and fourth chances are almost unheard of. Cleveland Brown’s receiver, Josh Gordon, has amassed a … Continue Reading Playing for Redemption: Josh Gordon’s Return to Football
Pressbox is a column here on The Sideline. It serves as a medium for writers to rant about some of the hottest takes in the sports world. Read all Pressbox … Continue Reading PressBox: Greg Hardy Is Ruining The NFL’s Already Tattered Image
It’s really incredible how far Robert Griffin III’s stock has fallen. He was fresh, electric, and innovative at the quarterback position in his rookie year four years ago. There were … Continue Reading Robert Griffin’s Decline is a Spectacle
While Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton smiled throughout the Super Bowl media days leading up to the big game, it was Peyton Manning that was all smiles afterwards.
As the 2015 professional football season comes to its conclusion, campaigns for Most Valuable Player are in full swing. Offensive players often dominate the MVP vote as 97% of previous … Continue Reading Aaron Donald: The Quiet Giant
Over the past few years, the NFL has been surrounded by negative publicity due to the amount of player arrests, the rising issue of concussions, and of course, its inability to … Continue Reading An Ode to the NFL Playoffs – Thank You
The NFL announced Tuesday that they have approved the Rams request to return to the City of Angels, while also giving the San Diego Chargers the option to move into … Continue Reading Dear Los Angeles: Welcome The Rams, But Hold Off On The Chargers
Last Week: 8-5 This Season: 64-24 Bills Vs. Jets (TNF) Rex Ryan and the (4-4) Bills head to Metlife Stadium to face the (5-3) Jets. The Jets snapped their 2 … Continue Reading NFL Week 10 Predictions