FN In-House Expert
Kerry J. Byrne is the founder, publisher and Potentate of Pigskin at ColdHardFootballFacts.com.
Wells Report: More Probable Than Not Colts Played With Under-Inflated Footballs
We agree with the NFL's DeflateGate report: it's "more probable than not" that Tom Brady was aware of inappropriate handling of Patriots footballs. Here's the story you don't hear: officials found the Colts likely played with under-inflated footballs in the AFC title game.
Shiny Hood Ornaments: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
The Atlanta Falcons four years ago made a predictably terrible draft day mistake, trading five draft picks to move up to No. 6 overall and draft Shiny Hood Ornament WR Julio Jones. We wonder what teams will make make a similar mistake again here in the 2015 draft.
A CHFF PSA! The 10 Most Hideous STDs
Our rare sexual conquests over the years have produced a rather exotic array of diseases and infections. It's a gift, really. So here, then, is the long-awaited Cold, Hard Football Facts list of the 10 most hideous sexually transmitted diseases. Consider yourself warned. No. 1 on the list has no known cure.
RIP Chuck Bednarik: The Greatest Eagle Ever
Chuck Bednarik passed away Saturday at age 89. He was a Pro Football Hall of Famer, a bad-ass mother who flew 30 bombing missions over Germany in World War II and the Greatest Eagle Ever.
Dirty Statistical Secret: Leather-Helmet NFL Produced More Points, Thrills
The NFL has spent more than 35 years genetically modifying offenses to score more points. Yet teams produced more points and more big plays in the gritty leather-helmet NFL of the late 1940s and 1950s than they do in the overly efficient league of today. We tell you why.