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Archive: March 22, 2009 - March 28, 2009

Then? Steelers-Raiders. Now? Steelers-Ravens.

These days, with the Brady/Manning rivalry on hiatus, the best go-round can be seen whenever the Steelers play their divisional nemesis, the Baltimore Ravens.

By Doug Farrar | March 27, 2009; 10:50 PM ET | Comments (1)

49ers vs. Cowboys

The "betrayal" of former 49er Charles Haley going to Dallas, or former Cowboy Ken Norton, Jr. making the same move to San Francisco only heightened the hated rivalry. It certainly isn't the oldest or, perhaps, even the best. One could make the argument that the Packers-Bears is the best of all time. Hailing from the West Coast, I enjoyed the myriad of rivalries from the Oakland Raiders perspective, including against the Broncos and Chiefs. However, the 49ers-Cowboys rivalry was the one that I believe helped transform the NFL into America's Game.

By Rob Rang | March 27, 2009; 10:05 PM ET | Comments (1)

Brady-Manning?

Reluctantly it seems that the NFL's version of Magic and Bird is Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Two great players, but the rivalry isn't even close to that on the hardwood.

By Dan Levy | March 27, 2009; 11:24 AM ET | Comments (1)

Al Davis vs. Pete Rozelle

The NFL doesn't have rivalries like the NBA, closest thing would Pete Rozelle and Al Davis

By Kornheiser & Wilbon | March 27, 2009; 10:39 AM ET | Comments (0)

Joe Willie vs. Johnny U

The epic battles the two players had are etched in the memories of the baby boom generation.

By Peter Schaffer | March 27, 2009; 10:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

In D.C., Allen vs. Landry

The NFL to a large degree, owe a large debt to Allen for introducing the Redskins-Cowboys rivalry to a national audience and making it must-watch TV every season.

By Gene Wang | March 27, 2009; 10:01 AM ET | Comments (0)

Should the NFL Expand the Regular Season?

Readers vote here on whether to expand or shrink the NFL regular season.

By Reader Poll | March 26, 2009; 1:41 PM ET | Comments (0)

Bad Idea All Around

Season expansion is probably inevitable, but is it actually a good idea? How do I count the ways in which it isn't?

By Doug Farrar | March 25, 2009; 12:34 PM ET | Comments (1)

Don't Dilute the Season

The point is, more football is always seems good but I don't think devaluing the regular season anymore make sense.

By Dan Levy | March 25, 2009; 12:08 PM ET | Comments (1)

Expansion Inevitable

Expansion of NFL season is probably inevitable, but is it fair for all teams, especially those in warm climates?

By Tony Kornheiser | March 25, 2009; 11:19 AM ET | Comments (0)

Apple Pie - 18 Games

Expanding the NFL regular season to 18 games is a no brainer for all parties involved.

By Peter Schaffer | March 25, 2009; 10:49 AM ET | Comments (0)

All-Pro Late Draft

Some of my esteemed colleagues are right in pointing out the selection of Tom Brady as the best offensive draft pick of all time. Here is my All-Pro offensive team cast over the past 20 years drafted in the 6th round or later:

By Rob Rang | March 24, 2009; 11:42 PM ET | Comments (1)

Starr of the Show

Until Brady wins a few more titles, Bart Starr has him beat for all-time best offensive draft pick.

By Gene Wang | March 24, 2009; 12:40 PM ET | Comments (0)

Brady the Best

He's won three Super Bowls, two Super Bowl MVP's, as well as a league MVP award.

By Shawn Zobel | March 24, 2009; 8:31 AM ET | Comments (2)

Brady Beats Bunch

When you take a comp pick awarded at the Owner's Meetings and spin it into this generation's Joe Montana... found gold or not, that's the best draft pick I've ever seen.

By Doug Farrar | March 24, 2009; 8:29 AM ET | Comments (2)

 
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