The NFL always has been a copycat league. When a team storms to a Super Bowl victory as the Philadelphia Eagles did, every team studies the blueprint and follows accordingly.
T-Mobile Arena is turning out to be as good a venue for the Pac-12 basketball tournament as it is a hockey arena for the Golden Knights.
In Tom Brady’s seven previous Super Bowls, he has entered the fourth quarter trailing only twice — against Seattle three years ago and vs. Atlanta last year. All he did was outscore those two 52-23 combined in the fourth quarters and one overtime.
There isn’t an award in the NFL for Organization of the Year, but if there were, send the trophy to the Philadelphia Eagles, who will meet the New England Patriots on Feb. 4 in Super LII.
Assuming Tom Brady’s injured hand doesn’t affect him in a major way Sunday in the AFC championship game, the Patriots should advance to defend their Super Bowl championship.
This weekend, we have two live ’dogs in the NFL playoffs. The Saints are getting 5 points at the Vikings, and the No. 1-seeded Eagles are catching a field goal against the defending NFC champion Falcons.
Nick Saban shoots for his fifth national championship with Alabama on Monday. Las Vegas sports books think the Tide will win — a 4-point opening line could be bet to 4½ or higher by kickoff.
They’re getting ready to throw parades, and the balloons are up. But here’s a message to the Vegas Golden Knights. You really haven’t accomplished anything until you’ve had some boos to go with the cheers.
Saturday offers an NFL doubleheader featuring two playoff contenders that are facing teams out of the postseason mix. But bettors, be careful. There could be a trap out there.
The Golden Knights’ 2-1 win over the two-time defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday at T-Mobile Arena proved that they will not be intimidated by the big boys.