Finally, the NFL is asking wide receivers how to define a catch.
This is serious monkey business.
Not a good look either way for Dez.
The hot-tempered Hardy got into it with coaches, players and media on Sunday night.
Winning cures all.
1. Randall Cobb -- Stay in Green Bay The 26-year-old turned it on late for Baltimore, but has generally been viewed as a
This week the sun shines a little bit brighter, food tastes just a little bit better, and a stranger's scowl during the morning commute seems just a little bit less menacing. The world is a happier place this week, as the Dallas Cowboys were eliminated from the NFL playoffs.
We should not disparage what was a quality season for the Cowboys -- including just their second playoff win in six years -- but it's hard not to ask, "What if?"
Officiating controversies followed the Cowboys throughout their postseason trip, with a key call going in their favor in
Tony Romo is not going to win the NFL MVP this season, that much is clear. There are too many other great quarterbacks having monstrous seasons: Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck, to name a few. And his teammate in the Dallas Cowboys backfield, running back DeMarco Murray, is firmly in the conversation as well. But at 34 years young, Romo, fresh off his second serious back surgery, is enjoying the best season of his illustrious (if highly criticized) career, and he has most definitely earned the right to be at least in the conversation about MVPs and elite quarterbacks.
The answer is unknown, but the question looms large, and it is currently multiple choice. Who will quarterback Chip Kelly's offense in 2015? Whether or not the answer turns out to be an elite one may very well dictate how long, and how far, the Chip Kelly Era goes.
NFL fans could fairly argue that 2014 is the heyday of the wide receiver. Whether you credit the influx of talent at the
Dez Bryant Walks Off Field After Tony Romo's Last Interception, Tweets Explanation (VIDEO) [UPDATED]
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said on Monday that he will talk to Bryant about leaving the field early. "We'll address