Every Sunday, T-Bone, Bruce and Chris will be bringing you their “expert” fantasy football advice as you look for the player that will give you the edge in your weekly matchup. Here are our week […]
A strong defense/special teams unit could make the difference in your fantasy football league. Here are the top 10 to target.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
The Drive Tuesday 5-15-12- Legendary coach Bill Cowher talks about his possible return to coaching, if he was surprised by Cam Newtons success in his first year, and about his wife’s cancer and his campaign against the disease.
Now that the dust has settled on the 2012 NFL Draft, let’s try to answer the 5 most important questions surrounding this years new talent.
One of my favorite days of the off season is when the NFL schedule comes out. I don’t recall there being a three hour production on the schedule in years past but in the day in age of the players declaring the team they are signing with by shaving it into the back of their head, and LeBron’s decision, why not have a show to announce the schedule that is as long as one of the Lord of the Rings movies.
This past Tuesday the NFL unveiled the new Nike uniforms for all 32 teams. Most all looked about the same, except for the Seattle Seahawks and our own Carolina Panthers. The new logo is featured, as well as the words, “Keep Pounding” embroidered in the neck line. It was great to see the new look, but what I kept wondering was whether we would see Stewart on a number 28 Panthers jersey this season.
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.