Update: We were right! He pleaded no contest and now the NFLPA will likely push for his reinstatement as soon as possible. Adrian Peterson could ...
There have been many twists and turns in the Adrian Peterson story. The Minnesota Vikings kept him out of last week’s game and then decided...
The Minnesota Vikings are building a brand new stadium that will feature a lot of glass windows to allow natural light and heat into the...
With the Giants and Pats facing off in a Super Bowl rematch, we can’t forget the significance of the first matchup. The Pats were 1...
In this week’s version of NFL Upon Further Review, we have enough circus catches to put Barnum and Bailey to shame, Tim Tebow looks ugly in another W, we learn to never ever kick the ball to Devin Hester under any situation, the Lions and Bears get a little feisty after an interception and Bills wideout David Nelson celebrates a TD with his gf. Check out the full recap along with a preview of tonight's game after the jump.
As the NFL celebrated Halloween weekend, there were definitely some hair-raising moments. The “Birds” blew out the 'Boys, the Rams upset the Saints, Tim Tebow got "Tebowed", Percy Harvin wanted a little Captain off him, Mike Vick's hands aren't noticeable, and Troy Polamalu enjoys punch. Check out the best headlines and highlights from Sunday along with a preview of tonight's MNF game between the Chiefs and Chargers after the jump.
As we near All Hallow’s Eve, there were plenty of tricks and treats for week 7 of the 2011 NFL season. Cam Newton gave us another clip for his already impressive highlight reel, cursing was en vogue, a Packer got a kick to the cajones, and Tim Tebow led a quick come from behind victory in his first NFL start. Check out the best headlines and highlights from Sunday along with a preview of tonight's MNF game between the Ravens and Jags after the jump.
As week 4 of the NFL season comes to a close, we take a look at last night's turnover-heavy Jets-Ravens matchup, the Lions' and 49ers impressive comebacks against the Cowboys and Eagles, the controversial call which allowed the Giants to come back and snatch victory away from the Cards, the Vikings' tailspin, Tom Brady and Devin Hester's milestones, and a preview of Monday night's game between the Bucs and Colts. Check out all the insight and analysis after the jump.
Back in late May, we took a look at the 11 NHL cities that have never kissed Lord Stanley's Cup. Almost 27% of voters thought the Capitals would be the team to bring their city its first ever championship. Atlanta was also on that list - now they don't even have a team. But, at least they love their Falcons... even after 45 trophy-less years. So, with the Falcons considered Super Bowl contenders this season (even after their horrific loss to the Bears Sunday), we thought we'd take a look at all the NFL cities who've yet to hear their MVP say he's going to Disney Land. Check out the full list then vote for the city you think will win its first ever Lombardi first after the jump.
The last few years it seems the trend in the NFC, at least, is for #5 and #6 seeds to look mediocre during the regular season then straight up run the gamut and win it all when it counts. The AFC has been fairly more predictable with the Pats, Colts, and Steelers playing merry go round at the top of the heap. With the Lockout ending in late July, most teams are struggling to make up for lost time. With more than 250 games on tap, we've narrowed down the field to the 20 we're most looking forward to. Check' em out after the jump.
Today's WTF news items feature the Germans pointing fingers at the U.S. for causing cuteness, future Hall of Famer Brett Favre's sister knows how to party, and Tom Hanks' son gets mad crazy on the microphone. Proving once again that all families are messed up, Read more after the jump!
If there were anyone with a more tense relationship with his coach and the fan base as Vince Young I would be surprised. Sure, Donovan McNabb's tumultuous tenure in Philly was bad, but he and Andy Reid were close. Vince, on the other hand, just can’t seem to handle the pressures involved with playing at the NFL level. While McNabb's at least lead a couple teams to championship games and a Super Bowl, Vince only has 1 Pro Bowl year under his belt and has zero playoff experience. See who we think Vince will play for next season after the jump!
For 4 long weeks, the douchiest douches have done battle to see who will reign supreme as the Douche-Off champion. Our friends at Campus Socialite, Bleacher Report, and Douchebag Maneuvers submitted their picks and we have to say we at COED know our douches. They say douches can smell their own kind. Which is bad for us. Check out our countdown to the Douche-Off champion. Who will it be?
With Brett Favre slowly 'fessing up to his extramarital affaris with former New York Jets reporter Jenn Sterger, COED decided to write a letter to Brett's wife Deanna Favre to lend some support. As George Michael once sang, "You Gotta Have Faith." Place your faith in us, Deanna!
Nobody’s perfect. Mistakes are bound to happen and so long as you learn from them, there’s opportunity to grow. As normal citizens, we can usually...
The leaves are changing colors and the air has a certain crisp to it. Playoff baseball competes with regular season football. It's Brocktober baby! Let's learn a little more about the guy who has a whole month named after him: UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar.
On Monday Night Football, the majority of viewers will be starving for details on Favre's sexts with former Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger. The question COED has is: Are Brett's balls big enough to parlay a threesome with Sterger and Azteca TV reporter, Ines Sainz, who was recently harassed by the Jets a few weeks ago.
Before last Sunday’s games, there were eight teams getting ready to hit the panic button at 0-2. Some teams gave their fans a glimmer of hope (Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings), some avoided a potential winless season (St. Louis Rams), and some still face that possibility (Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers).
By now you have probably done all the homework you are going to do. You have watched countless hours of NFL Total Access, Sports Center, and more preseason games than you care to admit. You have studied the statistics and researched all the probabilities. Your fantasy draft day has come and gone. Yet you still missed out on ‘that guy’ who blew up in the first week of the season. If you want to know whom you should stash on your bench so that you can look like a fantasy genius read on and see what our crack research staff of drunken monkeys came up with.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are full-on into football season and you know what the means – lots of sitting on the couch. But besides hours...