0:12: NFL Talk, Week 12 Recap 15:15: AFC/NFC 5 20:25: College Football Playoff, Who’s In, Who’s Out 24:50: NFL Draft Talk, Addressing Team’s Needs Intro: All Time Low, Jon Bellion
Many analysts believe that the season truly starts once Thanksgiving comes around. This statement holds true for many teams heading into Sunday. The Falcons started hot, but a midseason slide has let every team in the NFC South back in the mix. The Raiders lead the Chiefs and Broncos by a game, but have a
We are entering one of the best parts of the NFL Season: the playoff push. Many analysts believe the real season starts at Thanksgiving, and here we are. There are three huge games on Thanksgiving this year, all with playoff implications. The winner of the Lions and Vikings will take sole possession of first place
Intro: Forearm Shiver, Sam Spence
Having the NFL Season in full swing is one of the best things every year. It’s very hard to see football leave come early February, but since football never stops for me, a new part of the NFL Season begins….mock draft season! All the predictions of where top college prospects will land continues to excite
Even as the playoff race takes shape and contenders start to pull away from the pack, the NFL still continues to have parity. The Colts stunned the Packers at Lambeau in what many thought would be another big day for Rodgers and company. The Jags held the Chiefs in check and had opportunities to win
Maybe with all the divisiveness going on in our country, it’s time we find something we can all support.
Tune in tonight, soccer fan or not.
There are storylines galore heading into week 9 of the NFL Season. Some teams, like Minnesota and Seattle, are looking to find themselves on the offensive side of the ball. Minnesota hasn’t been able to block for Sam Bradford one bit the last two weeks, and Wilson continues to look average when he is asked
Intro: March to the Trenches, Sam Spence
The NFL hopes that the playoff race that is now forming halfway through the season will bump the ratings up a bit. Week 8 didn’t start that way, though. If the NFL wants to help themselves with their ratings, they need to start having better primetime games. Jaguars-Titans is not going to many viewings, mostly