The Pittsburgh Steelers have been one of the better teams in the AFC for years, but there is a very good chance that is not the case in 2021.
The NFL is entering a new era in 2021 with a 17-game regular season as America’s appetite for football continues to grow.
The NFL’s roughing the passer rule has seen plenty of alterations since it was implemented, and every rule change seems to add more protections to the all-important quarterbacks.
The evolution of technology has shaped the way football games are played and how we watch the sport as consumers.
You may consider the Indianapolis Colts a good bet because Frank Reich will get Carson Wentz turned around. A recent free-agent signing should help make that happen.
The Green Bay Packers are usually one of the more reliable bets in the NFL, but with all the drama surrounding the team, will that be the case in 2021?
Less than a day after Maryland Governor signed the bill making sports betting legal, the Baltimore Ravens found their official gaming partner, BetMGM.