Even without Tim Tebow, the Denver Broncos still have a knack for staging incredible second-half comebacks. Why?
If more officials were household names, they'd have more bargaining power with the league.
Remember when action heroes could be archaeology professors?
Excellence on the field and suaveness off it could make the Redskin's quarterback the NFL's new superstar.
A trip to the U.S. Open this weekend serves as a reminder that athletic excellence is fragile.
Why long-distance running offers spectators a rare chance to experience what it's like to be an Olympian.
Changes are afoot that could alter the makeup of the squad—and its easy dominance over the competition.
Ask Andy Murray and Roger Federer: In tennis, the pain of defeat outweighs the thrill of victory.
The 27-year-old would-be phenom lost in the first round of Wimbledon, crushing fans who are looking for the next Andre Agassi.
The two stars could become today's Larry Bird and Magic Johnson.
If Novak Djokovic wins the French Open, he'll be the third athlete in four years to dominate on all court surfaces.
The new rock hall-of-famers had a bad-boy image—but did their most successful work on mushy ballads.
A look at what it takes for a sport to break through
Are the "Mad Men" ad man's campaigns really all that impressive?
We shouldn't reward a film that substitutes style for substance.
What will be going through Tom Brady's mind as he faces New York at Sunday's Super Bowl?
It's easy to forget how heavily quarterbacks rely on their teammates.
The cancelled HBO show bucked the trend of portraying men as bumbling, incompetent losers
In a sports culture dominated by ironic humor, the Broncos quarterback is unusually earnest