Rich Cohen


Who's To Blame For the State of Today's NFL? Try Sid Luckman

By Rich Cohen

Who's To Blame For the State of Today's NFL? Try Sid Luckman
The current NFL season demonstrates the great flaw of pro football: The quarterback has become too important. How did this happen? It all goes back to Sid Luckman.Read More


‘Telegraph Avenue’ of Broken Dreams

By Rich Cohen

‘Telegraph Avenue’ of Broken Dreams
Michael Chabon’s new novel, ‘Telegraph Avenue,’ is about far more than its plot. The real subject is language and style, in which Chabon proves equal to any master.Read More


Survival Is the Sweetest Revenge

By Rich Cohen

Survival Is the Sweetest Revenge
When I was 10, my father recommended a movie called “Where Eagles Dare,” the story of a few Allied soldiers who go behind enemy lines during World War II and wreak incredible havoc. When I asked if it was any good, my father just gave me a look. “Four guys kill like a thousand Nazis,” he said. “It’s one of the best movies ever made.”Read More






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