25 Nov 2006, 11:49am by Aaron Schatz
Twenty-one years ago in New Orleans, the Bears embarassed the Patriots in Super Bowl XX. Nine weeks ago in New Orleans, the Saints embarassed the Falcons as they made their emotional return to the Superdome. The second game may be more recent than the first, but neither one really tells us anything about what to expect when these four teams play each other on Sunday.
34 comments, Last at 28 Nov 2006, 3:50am by Bearcat
18 Nov 2006, 06:28pm by Aaron Schatz
For this week's game previews, we tell you why Dallas may be the biggest obstacle between Indianapolis and a perfect season, and empty the notebook on Denver and San Diego.
33 comments, Last at 20 Nov 2006, 11:27am by Rick
04 Nov 2006, 07:55pm by Aaron Schatz
There are two big non-divisional rivalry games on the NFL slate this Sunday. One is a geographical rivalry which matters more to fans than to players. The other rivalry is bitter and angry, but come on, you know you would rather talk about the Chiefs and Rams. Right?
63 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2006, 9:21pm by Pat
28 Oct 2006, 12:29pm by Aaron Schatz
The NFL's best offense against a historically stingy defense. A struggling offense, hit by one very important injury, against a struggling defense, hit by numerous injuries. Before they prepare to face rock, scissors tries to cut apart paper one more time. Plus, a bonus NY Sun excerpt, Michael David Smith addresses the clock-management blunders in Philadelphia.
46 comments, Last at 30 Oct 2006, 10:14pm by Sundown
21 Oct 2006, 01:27pm by Aaron Schatz
In the 2006 NFL preseason, only two teams were winless: Pittsburgh and Washington. Those struggles have continued into the regular season, and each team has just two wins. Lose on the road this Sunday, and it may be too late to turn things around for a playoff run. Find out which team has a better shot at win number three.
27 comments, Last at 23 Oct 2006, 11:49am by Tim
14 Oct 2006, 04:35pm by Aaron Schatz
Chicago, Chicago, Chicago. Doesn't this website ever talk about anyone else? Well, the NFC has five teams with just a single loss, and four of them face each other on Sunday. Two longtime contenders take on two surprise teams -- and two significant home-field advantages.
39 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2006, 8:57am by someone
07 Oct 2006, 09:43pm by Aaron Schatz
In this week's game previews: the actual game hidden behind the T.O. hype, and Pittsburgh vs. San Diego in a rematch of one of the best games of 2005.
43 comments, Last at 09 Oct 2006, 9:47pm by Justin Zeth
30 Sep 2006, 05:00pm by Aaron Schatz
The two biggest games of NFL Week 4 each match up two of the seven remaining unbeaten teams. They will be played on the first day of October, but these games may have major implications for playoff seeding in January.
23 comments, Last at 01 Oct 2006, 10:13pm by The Mulgrew
23 Sep 2006, 11:18pm by Aaron Schatz
With so many marquee NFL games this week, the league may need to buy a bigger marquee. Two of the biggest feature undefeated division rivals: one a defending division champion, the other a 2005 second-place team trying to unseat them.
30 comments, Last at 27 Sep 2006, 10:33pm by ackpfft
09 Sep 2006, 10:09pm by admin
Cincinnati and Kansas City battle to figure out who has the biggest Johnson, while Indianapolis faces the Giants in a game featuring 88 players not named "Manning." Join us as weekly game previews from the New York Sun return for 2006.
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