This coming weekend starts the NFL playoffs with 2 games on Saturday and 2 on Sunday. So I bring you my obviously genius predictions.
2011 is coming to an end, and so is the NFL regular season. Next week the playoffs will be upon us, and there are lots of scenarios of who will be in and who will be out. So, being the good Samaritan that I am, I will break down all the different possibilities of who can get in and who will be watching from home in 2012.
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 […]
What are the chances that the Carolina Panthers actually make the playoffs? Two weeks ago after the loss to Tennessee, I had completely written the Panthers off. There was no chance they could even sniff the playoffs.
As Thanksgiving is here it makes me want to reflect on everything I am thankful for. So, instead of my everyday, run-of-the-mill blog, I wanted to reflect on what to give thanks to this year, just like we used to do way back in grade school. So this year, here is what makes me truly thankful.
Instead of talking about my domination in the Picks Competition or whether you’d rather have Cam Newton or Tim Tebow, let us focus on something of importance, like the (*cue Jim Mora*) playoffs.
The first half of the season is now behind the Carolina Panthers, and after eight games and the bye they stand at 2-6. Some people are even saying the Panthers are the best 2-6 team they have ever seen.
Four weeks up, and four weeks down. We are a quarter of the way through the season, so who is playoff-bound and who is on the outside looking in? This is the NFL progress report, where I am going to breakdown and predict the division winners and wild card teams.
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 who’s […]
Heading into the season, the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles couldn’t have been further apart in expectations for the season.