Check out what the papers are saying about the game of rugby from around the world. This features some of the top rugby writers in some of the world's most recognized newspapers.
The U.S.A. Eagles put in a good performance against Italy but in the end came up short on the scoreboard but as this article from the UK's Guardian points out the scoreline was not the most important number to focus on.
England is looking good in Six Nations with a second successive away win, Ireland need to fix things fast, rugby's future in the hands of fans, image of week and more in this edition of What the Papers Say.
Which imbecile decided it was a good idea to spice up Six Nations matches with gimmicks?, a look at other Six Nations reaction after Round 1, Sporting VIP's coming to Vegas 7's, and more in What the Papers Say.
The Six Nations starts this weekend and Rugby Rugby takes a look at What the Papers are saying about the kick-off as well as Graham Henry hammering England and Sonny Bill Williams boxing days.
The Obama drama continues over tweets about the president, English rugby failings, cause for conerns in Heineken Cup, Can All Blacks maintain intensity and more in What the Papers Say.
Jonny Wilkinson speaks on retirement, his career and the future, highs and lows from 2011, All Blacks break drought, save our scrum and more from What the Papers Say.
Shane Williams will call time on his international career and we look back at some of the best, RFU needs to take time selecting head coach, rise of magnificent sevens and more from What the Papers Say.
Martin Johnson's resignation is the focus of What the Papers Say with all the pundits chiming in on whether it was the right thing to do and who was to blame for the England performances.
After shambles in New Zealand, England must look to future, Sir Richie just doesn't sound right, Europe is ready for Heieneken Cup, and more from What the Papers Say.
Rugby is to a large degree the parent of ‘American football’ although very few who follow the gridiron game on Saturday and Sunday’s in the fall realize the connections. Jack Bechta, one of the most respected agents in the NFL and has represented players for more than two decades, believes the sports can learn from each other.
It is never too early to start planning on we take a look at the quick guide to the Rugby World Cup 2015, a call for the minnows to have their own RWC, France facing the haka to SheepWorld, and more in What the Papers Say.
All Blacks legend Colin "Pinetree" Meads talks sheep wrestling and rugby, England deserve to be out, is professional rugby sustainable, lack of world class #10's, and more from this edition of What the Papers Say.
The single elimination stage will change the complexion of the Rugby World Cup, wounded Australia still packing a punch, New Zealand rugby is in trouble and more from What the Papers Say.
The fear of failure drives New Zealand and France, mighty minnows showing their stuff in NZ, intriguing RWC contest coming up and more in What the Papers Say.
New Zealand will have the burden of the entire country to carry in search of victory at the Rugby World Cup, RWC upsets, last hurrah for Irish icons and more in What the Papers Say.
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