Peyton Manning to The Denver Broncos, Tim Tebow to the New York Jets, the Manning, Tebow saga played out like an episode of Days of Our Lives. So now that the dust has settled on both the Manning story and my recent move to a new house (I am still sneezing and unpacking) what it will be like in Denver for Manning and Fox.
Mac Attack 03/20/12: Duke Head Coach David Cutcliffe joined Mac to talk Peyton Manning heading to Denver, how effective he will be, and how the Blue Devils look in the spring
ESPN is reporting that former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning will work out for the Denver Broncos at Duke University Friday.
We take it to the streets today on a 60 degree day in January as QCB talks more about how he loves Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos whoopin’ some Patriots butt this weekend. Plus, […]
If you are anything like me it was hard to watch the Wildcard Weekend games and not think about what it would be like if the Panthers were in there. I thought about great Panther runs in the playoffs like in 2003 and 2005. I also thought about the heartache that the playoffs can bring teams, like the Panthers pathetic 2008 performance. I couldn’t help but look forward to next year and think about what the future could hold for the Panthers.
QCB talks about how the ever-mighty Tim Tebow defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers with the supposedly best defense in the NFL on Sunday in their victory of their Wild Card playoff game. Is it time to repaint “The Last Supper” portrait?
Yesterday I previewed the Saturday games and ways to make a few extra peanuts in 2012. Today we are going to look at the Sunday games, some player props I like, and odds for teams to win the Super Bowl. So without further ado, let’s get to it.
This coming weekend starts the NFL playoffs with 2 games on Saturday and 2 on Sunday. So I bring you my obviously genius predictions.
Hey sports fans, Daniel, Bruce and Chris here with our picks for the NFL slate this weekend. We’re going to keep track of these for bragging rights, so we’ll keep you updated each week with […]
Earlier this week I talked about how disappointed I was with the Panthers, and how I thought it was time that we took some time apart, thus resulting in a hall pass from my favorite team. I have already eliminated sixteen of the teams on my way to picking a new team to cheer for this week. Today I am going to break down the final sixteen teams bracket-style just like March Madness.