The big story for the National Football League this week is, of course, the playoffs this weekend with 4 wild card games. Unfortunately for the league, the focus is on off-the-field news. As of Wednesday afternoon, 3 of the 4 games were a long way from selling out, meaning there was a chance the games would be blacked out on local TV...
The City of Oneonta will have its annual NFL Punt, Pass and Kick local qualifier from 5-7 p.m. Friday at Ted Christman Field in Neahwa Park.
This is a free local qualifying event for the NFL’s longstanding nationwide program. One boy and one girl in each of five age groups will qualify to advance to sectionals.
Former Oakland Raiders head coach Bill Callahan has denied an allegation by two of his star players that he "sabotaged" the team in Super Bowl XXXVII by making a late change to the game plan.
In the vein of conspiracy theories often suggested by late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, two former star wide receivers of the NFL franchise believe that their head coach intentionally changed the game plan so his team would lose Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003.
The San Francisco 49ers rallied past the Atlanta Falcons for the NFC title, and the Baltimore Ravens upset the New England Patriots for the AFC crown. San Francisco and Baltimore, coached by brothers Jim and John Harbaugh respectively, will meet in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3 in New Orleans. Here's a recap of Sunday's conference title games: