Longtime AP awards voter Bob Berger gives us his leaders for the NFL's major honors after four games
If you'd like something to get angry about besides the refs, how about the NFL's policy of forcing you to watch your local game, regardless of the timing?
Will the NFL "charge" ahead with putting a team in Los Angeles, or will owners continue to use the city as leverage?
Radio legend Bob Berger argues that officials have been getting it wrong for years. Maybe it's time for full-time crews.
Radio host Bob Berger has a word or two for college coaches who shut out reporters for violating their "policies"
Players may not want the fans to jump to conclusions after one game. But where's the fun in that?
Radio man and media expert Bob Berger questions whether Wednesday's game was really that big, and looks at all the networks' lineup changes.
Longtime radio voice Bob Berger doesn't think so. It means you've exceeded expectations without much talent. Oh, and you might be fired soon.
Bob in Houston is on the line. He says that sports talk radio is booming and it's not stopping anytime soon, as NBC and CBS take to the airwaves.
Top radio voice and A.P. awards voter Bob Berger handicaps the race for All-Pro running back
A top radio voice takes look at the happenings in football media, including Skip Bayless, RG3's ratings (TV not QB), Martz and Mondays
DEC 19 Joel Corry
A look at how the Chicago Bears could swing a trade to deal their high-priced quarterback.
DEC 12 Joel Corry
Should San Francisco decide to part ways with its quarterback, here’s how it would work.
DEC 10 Erik Oehler
Sometimes they aren't out to get you.