Three NFL head coaches have won 36 games in the postseason.
That tie can be broken this weekend.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick can move ahead of former Cowboys coach Tom Landry and former Colts and Dolphins coach Don Shula if New England beats the Titans on Saturday.
The Bills couldn’t have expected Bortles would rely on his legs as much as Taylor usually does. Gains of 20 and 12 yards just before halftime put Jacksonville in position for a 44-yard Josh Lambo field goal that tied the score at 3-3.
Which brings us back to that drawer in the kitchen. In it you’ll find Airhead Bites, Xtreme Airhead Sour Belts, regular-sized Airheads and mini Airheads—every flavor except Watermelon, because that’s Kamara’s favorite and he’s already eaten all of them. Earlier this year the company saw a picture of the star rookie with a handful of their product—which has always been his preferred candy—and reached out on Twitter to ask if they could send him a care package. Now Kamara reiterates that nothing has changed in his life this year—other than the Airheads.
Like most famous people, Kamara has received offers for other free things. A protein drink company has sent him several cases, unsolicited, which he keeps in the corner of his kitchen and says he needs to donate or get rid of, because he doesn’t drink that protein shake and refuses to endorse a product he doesn’t use. That wouldn’t be organic. That wouldn’t be Kamara. Neither would taking the free cars that several dealerships have offered. Or the yacht that one fan on Twitter said he’d give him. “Even if I wanted a boat,” Kamara says, “what the f— am I going to do with a boat right now?”
Thompson became the Packers general manager in 2005, and drafted most of the core players on the team like star quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson, HaHa Clinton-Dix, and Clay Matthews III.
Under Thompson, Green Bay has been to the playoffs nine times and won Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers in February 2011. Thompson is one of the main reasons why the Packers have been one of the most successful teams for almost a decade.
Thanks to the catch, the Eagles were able to get one more pass to Alshon Jeffery down the field and get a 53-yard field goal to end the half.
While it wasn’t a pretty half for Nick Foles, he completed 11 of 15 passes for 101 yards. It was truly the first bounce that went the Eagles’ way after a pair of lost fumbles and a missed extra point following their first touchdown of the game.
The Eagles would go into the half down 10-9, givings us the most interesting end to a half by far.
In the wake of the string of arrests related to the FBI’s investigation into fraud in college basketball recruiting, there was a common refrain in media coverage and discussions of the subject: Coaches around the country must be shaking in their boots. But this past week made it clear many of them had another reaction: They were ticked off.