Jason Natzke’s love of football is inextricably linked with Peyton Manning.
Too often we think of sports as the be-all, end-all to existence. In the end, the cliché “winning isn’t everything” may be truer than we realize.
The Return of Charlie: My mega-Broncos-fan sibling sits down and schools this greenhorn on what is up with Superbowl 50.
There’s a new game in town. CallingAnAudible.com gives you an inside look at sports—right here on The Good Men Project. — Come inside, the show’s about to start. It’s guaranteed to blow your head apart. Come see the show, it’s a dynamo. That’s right, we’re now “Calling An Audible.” By Mike Dittelman Sports Fans, listen…
Archie Manning has raised two of the most successful quarterbacks in the NFL, he’s doing something right. — The story of Archie Manning can read like somewhat of a fairytale. Standout Ole Miss Quarterback marries his college sweetheart Olivia and goes on to a lengthy career in the NFL. Archie and Olivia have three…
Do want to increase the fire that burns between you and your loved one? Do you want to do it without sacrificing the desire to watch the NFL Divisional Playoff games and Monday’s College Football National Championship game? This is your step-by-step guide to doing both.
Sports can be a cause of discord in marriage, but for Heather Gray and her husband, sports preserved their union—and her husband’s life.
Keola Birano gets to the core of his extreme rooting interest against Florida State and Jameis Winston. (Hint: It’s about good things happening to bad people).
Michael Kasdan brings you the funniest sports-themed commercials of all time! From Peyton Manning’s “Cut that meat!” to Glavine and Maddux’s “Chicks dig the long ball.”
Whether it’s drugs, thugs or a bruising football loss, the media find a way to forgive and forget.
Super Bowl hype revolved around Peyton Manning and his legacy. Max White explains how the need to define individual greatness in our sports narratives misleads us into believing that great players can beat great teams.
Liam Day doesn’t want to have to tell you he told you so. So remember you heard it here first.
ESPN game show winner Jim Jividen reevaluates all of the 47 Super Bowl MVP performances and determines who really should have won each award.
Bullying, concussions, player arrests, declining youth participation. The NFL has a serious PR problem. Neil Cohen offers the league some advice about how to fix it.
ESPN game show winner Jim Jividen breaks down the greatest Super Bowl quarterback performances of all time.
What secret leadership formula does Peyton Manning know that you wish your boss knew?