PlayBook: Death In The Meadowlands
Football season is upon us which means the gambling season is too. And The PlayBook has all your Week One lines and picks.
PlayBook: This Seat's Taken
With Clint Eastwood bringing to light the literal stupidity of talking to an empty chair, we wonder why the outrageously asinine actions don't translate to the metaphorical level.
NFL Preview: The NFC West
The Niners came knocking last year, losing to the eventual Super Bowl winning Giants, but can they repeat atop the NFC West?
NFLPreview: The NFC South
With the NFC South's top team mired in scandal, the Falcons are looking to make a run for the division title while the Panthers and Bucs just look to keep up.
PlayBook: WAR on Drugs
The MLB is reeling in the wake of two positive tests for elevated testosterone inside a week. What it needs is a better system of checks and balances. What we bring you today is our solution: The PlayBook’s WAR on Drugs.
NFL Preview: The NFC North
The NFC North might be the most pass happy division in the league, but can the retooled and healthy Bears turn the tides with a balanced attack?
NFL Preview: NFC East
Last season the NFC East was a crap shoot right down to the final game and with RGIII's entrance into the league, it doesn't look like it will be any less competitive.
PlayBook: Bleeding Out
UNC and the NCAA are mired in yet another unprecedented scandal of their own making. Is it time to change the rules (again?) or change the game?
NFL Preview: The AFC West
No division looks more different than the AFC West. Out with old, in with the new. See how these re-tooled teams stack up in Playboy.com's preview of thew AFC West.
NFL Preview: The AFC South
Life's a little different in the AFC South this season with the limelight all on Andrew Luck. But that probably won't change much in the standings.
PlayBook: A Little Orlando Magic
Dwight Howard is a Laker and Orlando is a little less magical.
NFL Preview: The AFC North
Points come few and far between in the defensively-minded AFC North; will the Ravens repeat as divisional champs? Can the Steelers come back from injury? And can the young guns of the Bengals and Browns take their team to the top?