Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
When Rob Ryan was fired by the Cowboys after last season, he famously boasted, "I'll be out of work for like five minutes."
Well, it took him a bit longer than that to land another job, but the wait has been worth it - for both Ryan and the Saints.
Ryan has turned around one of the NFL's worst-ever defenses, with the Saints ranking ninth in the league after finishing dead last...Read more »
The Broncos are off to a dominating 4-0 start, with Peyton Manning at the top of his game at age 37. But Broncos coach John Fox isn't content just yet, offering a hint of what he’s really thinking when he talks about his team this way: "If we can just keep getting better and better, that's the goal. We want to be playing our best football in February."
Only one NFL...Read more »
There are eight teams with 0-2 records heading into Week 3 of the 2013 NFL season. Since 1990, 22 teams that started 0-2 or worse and made the playoffs. Three won the Super Bowl.
Have a look at the history. YEAR TEAM WINLESS START REACHED 1990 Houston Oilers 0-2 Wild Card Playoffs 1990 Philadelphia Eagles 0-2 Wild Card Playoffs 1990 New Orleans Saints 0-2 Wild Card Playoffs 1991 Atlanta...Read more »
Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent, facing an intoxication manslaughter charge for a December car accident that killed Cowboys' practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown, has decided to retire to concentrate on his off-field problems.
Brent's trial is set for December, and he has failed two drug tests since being released on $100,000 bond after the accident. Both drug tests showed marijuana...Read more »
There's nothing like a good Internet hoax to get the day started.
A false report that's gained some traction on Twitter is claiming that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has broken both of this legs.
The faux story comes from a seemingly legitimate news site called Global Associated News. But one quick look at the URL the site displays (http://tony.romo.mediafetcher.com/news/top_stories/football_car_crash.php?location=Dallasimmediately)...Read more »