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Divisional Round Picks

January 14, 2012


Last week: 3-1 Denver Broncos at New England Patriots: The Patriots come in as the heavy favorites- Tebow and co. will put up a fight, but Tom Brady will prove too much in the end. Patriots over Broncos 34-24. New Orleans Saints at San Francisco 49ers: The Saints have become everyone’s favorite trendy pick to […]

Weekly Monday Morning Thoughts

January 9, 2012


A piece I look forward to adding to my blog is a weekly post that just hits quickly on different sports topics on my mind. It could range from football to baseball, from top stories to just flat out random. Hope you guys see it as a good filler for the blog. Let’s get started: […]

Resetting the playoff field

January 8, 2012


Resetting the playoff field after an exciting wild card weekend: Saturday 4:30 p.m. (FOX) NFC (3) New Orleans Saints at (2) San Francisco 49ers Saturday 8:00 p.m. (CBS) AFC (4) Denver Broncos at (1) NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Sunday 1 p.m. (CBS) AFC (3) Houston Texans at (2) Baltimore Ravens Sunday 4:30 p.m (FOX) NFC (4) New […]

Friday Predictions for Wild Card Weekend

January 6, 2012


The 2011-2012 NFL playoffs are only a day away. The games kick off late tomorrow afternoon when the Cincinnati Bengals head to Houston to face the Texans in their first ever playoff contest. Later that night, Detroit makes their debut to the 21st century version of the NFL playoffs to face the red-hot New Orleans […]

AFC Super Bowl Representatives… Is there a trend?

January 5, 2012


Since 2003 the New England Patriots have been to three Super Bowls – but who has represented the AFC in the Super Bowl in the seasons the Patriots have fallen short? Here’s a quick look: 2003: New England Patriots (14-2) 2004: New England Patriots (14-2) 2005: Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5) 2006: Indianapolis Colts (12-4) 2007: New England Patriots (16-0) […]

Power Rankings: NFL playoff teams

January 4, 2012


Green Bay Packers (15-1) – The defending champs tore through the regular season, and are the obvious favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. New Orleans Saints (13-3) – New Orleans was incredibly impressive toward the end of the regular season. Right now, it’s hard to argue there’s a stronger offense going than […]