It could be argued that no position has changed more in the NFL's history than the tight end. Once primarily a sixth offensive lineman who would catch the occasional pass, tight ends have become key cogs on offense.
With a 70.7 percent completion rate, a 121.5 quarterback rating, and 48 touchdown passes, Aaron Rodgers earned his third NFL MVP award after leading Green Bay to a 13-3 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoff bracket for the 2020 season. Rodgers' season was great, but was it one of the 10 greatest ever? It was not. The 10 on this list were more monumental. Here are the 10 best seasons by a quarterback in NFL history.
NFL action is getting closer by the day, which means it’s time to plan your fall road trips and to find the best fantasy football team name possible. Yes, it’s tough to win your fantasy footbll league every season, but you can have the best team name each year.
Here’s our list, in no particular order of awesomeness.
While most athletes are content to enjoy the limelight on the field of competitive sports, many have tried to bask in the bright lights of Hollywood. Here are 31 athletes who made their mark in the movies; some as classic characters in blockbusters and others in forgettable box office disasters.
Some of the world's greatest athletes weren't just one-sport players; instead, they excelled in two (and sometimes in several). Of course, some athletes probably should have stuck with their main sport. Here's a look at the top 30 two-sport athletes of all time, ranked in order of their second best sport.
The Super Bowl may be the NFL’s biggest game, but only two teams get the opportunity to share this stage each season. Because of this, many of the game’s greatest players, including members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, were never given an opportunity to play for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.