Noah Cohan
Brady, he’s no Super Joe

The first Super Bowl I can remember watching was Super Bowl XXIV. It was January 28, 1990 — my sister’s fifth birthday. I was seven-years-old. […]

Trash of the Titans: On to Ugly Bowl XXXVIII

With a thunderous crack, in the arms of the Killer P’s they fell. Like mighty redwoods, their thudding collapse resounded throughout football. Indianapolis and Philadelphia […]

Indianapolis Colts and the scars of Baltimore

There are plenty of unsavory acts committed within the realm of professional sports. There are players who taunt. And cheat. And do drugs. Coaches who […]

NFL playoff note-book

In October, the Red Sox and Yankees played seven epic games. Steve Bartman provided Chicago with a pariah of Buckner-esque proportions. Josh Beckett emerged as […]

Let’s give thanks for some football

Now that we’ve all slept off the tryptophan from Thursday’s annual gorgefest, it’s time to give thanks for the most indulgent aspect of Turkey-week tradition. […]

Marvin Lewis, ‘Bungles’ redeemer

Mar-vin! Mar-vin! Mar-vin! As the 1972 Dolphins popped their champagne corks in South Florida and the 2003 Chiefs reminded themselves that 9-1 is nothing to […]

5-4? Miami Wanns more

Miami, meet your worst nightmare: Tennessee football. On Saturday, Knoxville’s Volunteers snapped the Hurricanes’ 26-game home winning streak, handing them a 10-6 defeat in the […]

Handing out NFL midterm evaluations

Did you blink? Because the NFL season is now more than half over. Yeah, I know it went by fast. Don’t let your guard down […]

Black Hole gets a taste of Tuiasosopo

Sometimes you just need a fresh face in the huddle. Someone with a different cadence, a new rhythm. Somebody with a little bit of nervous […]

FOX’s Goose is over-cooked

Sunday evening, Orchard Park, New York. FOX’s broadcast of Redskins-Bills. Kenny Albert: “Let’s send it down on the sideline to Tony Siragusa. Tony?” Tony Siragusa: […]

Vermeil leaves Green Bay Packers in tears

There isn’t much room in football locker rooms for guys who like to cry. Yet Dick Vermeil never seems to have trouble placing himself inside […]