Everybody is picking the favored Patriots and red hot Giants, and I am hear to tell you why neither team will win on Sunday…
32 representatives, one from each NFL team, are scheduled to meet today to discuss what has been going on in the talks between the players and the owners.
Win and you’re in, to the Super Bowl that is. Fierce NFC North rivals face off in Chicago, while hopefuls in New York travel to the Steel City.
If you missed the battle between the Steelers and Ravens last night, you better glue yourself to the recliner tonight for the AFC East battle. Check out the scores from yesterday and prepare for Monday night.
So it’s Auburn and Oregon in the college “National Championship”? Switching back to the pros, many teams are fighting for their right to play in the post season (Yes, that’s right, an actual playoff system). Check out Week 13 news, injuries, and predictions right here.
This weekend was a great example of parity in the NFL. Would you believe the Super Bowl Champs would be knocked out by an undrafted rookie making his first start at quarterback? And that the Lions would put up 44 points with their backup QB? There are also no undefeated teams left, unlike last year when the Colts and Saints both started with 13 wins.
A lot happened in Sunday’s grid iron battles. The Colts fell to 2-2 after a 59-yard field goal, Baltimore ended Pittsburgh’s undefeated run, and the Giants’ defense sacked Chicago’s offense. The action continues tonight as AFC East rivals face off in South Beach.
The first Sunday of the NFL regular season is in the books. Check out some highlights, as well as scores and Monday Night Football predictions.
This division still belongs to San Diego. The holdouts will hurt them, but not ruin their season. And that’s how the West was won.
I’m really looking forward to see if the Texans can finally jump that hurdle to earn their first playoff appearance. The Colts, I believe, will once again have what it takes to make another deep playoff run. Maybe another game in February?