Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have won one for the thumb. In the most belief-defying, jaw-dropping win of their 17-year association.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
College bowls? Done. Senior Bowl? Done. Pro Bowl? Done, and thank goodness for that.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are headed to the Super Bowl. Again.
Superstar quarterback play and brand-name matchups have elevated the NFL playoffs from the doldrums of its 2016 regular season of discontent.
Malcolm Gladwell can bend over and snap his 10,000-hour theory through his legs and out the window. Louis-Philippe "L.P." Ladouceur became an outlier at his craft practically from the start.
When much of her young career’s work — including thousands of photos from Ottawa Redblacks games during the 2015 season — was stolen, Johany Jutras cried.
The second round of the NFL playoffs will be everything the wildcard weekend wasn’t: well-matched great offences and defences in games that will be exciting right through the fourth quarter.
The National Football League’s roller coaster 17-week regular season ended Sunday and the postseason begins this weekend with only one certainty: there will be a new Super Bowl champion crowned.
December has been a huge month for Seattle sports fans, with the Sounders winning the MLS Cup and the Washington Huskies crowned Pac-12 champions on their way to facing Alabama in the College Football Playoff on New Year’s Eve.
Imagine getting to officiate your favourite team’s biggest game of the season.
The city was wrong. The timing was wrong. The pricing was wrong. That was the lead up to the 104th Grey Cup.
TORONTO — The bond between Jerome Messam and Derek Dennis began as Miami Dolphins way back in 2012, and continued when they were reunited as Calgary Stampeders late last season.
In the wake of a savage beatdown in Calgary and an Ottawa game played in a snow globe, the 104th Grey Cup’s participants are set for Sunday: it will be the Stampeders (16-2-1) versus the Redblacks (9-9-1).
Hey, whose game is it anyway?
What is wrong with the NFL?