If most opportunities to watch the NFL in primetime are regarded as miserable, is there really no way to beat the league in the ratings or...
Howard and Woodson used their platforms to provide Fox News-style analysis in defense of "their team". It should have been embarrassing, but I think they're proud...
I have a hard time believing Steve Jobs would call ESPN BET "the dumbest f***ing idea I've ever heard".
The league is looking out for itself by trying to get a huge rights fee. But there's only one problem: Who's going to agree to what...
Fans of the sport grew to love the show because it exuded the same passion they held. It objectively is not that show any longer.
If you think your audience only cares about the NFL, you're missing a gigantic segment of potential listeners.
You can be critical and not be a jerk. It shouldn't be hard to accomplish, but for some NFL analysts, that's easier said than done.
Why would you partner with a network that didn't air your product for your most important games?
The conversation around Swift at NFL games goes back to radio 101.
I know we were all told to never be the story. That ship has sailed.