2ND HOUR–2ND SEG Trent Green came on the show today to discuss the NFL and talk about the Oakland Raiders and the Denver Broncos matchup this weekend.
At the start of the season, a Cleveland-Cincinnati battle as a Thursday Night primetime game did not appear to be an ideal television choice.
Week 10 of the 2014 NFL regular season has a lot of big games on the schedule and that includes two big AFC contests that include match-ups between potential playoff teams. Steve Tasker of CBS Sports took some time to discuss the “Thursday Night Football” game between the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals and then a Sunday match-up between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.
First place is on the line in the air tight AFC North as the Browns visit the Bengals on Thursday night. Considering the Browns are involved, that’s hard to believe-remember, Cleveland hasn’t posted more than five wins since 2007.
2ND HOUR–1ST SEG NFL REWIND!!!!
1ST HOUR–1ST SEG Big Monday!! Football, Baseball what a great weekend. The Oakland Raiders made the San Diego Chargers worry for a second. The Raiders played well, but gave it up with a turnover in […]
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The Oakland Raiders have a new head coach, for now, and they’ve just had their bye week. How will they fare against the 4-1 San Diego Chargers at home this week? Well, the Bolts are on a roll, and they look very good. The exact opposite can be said of Silver & Black, so don’t expect things to suddenly get better for Oakland now that Dennis Allen has been fired.
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The primary focal point of pretty much every football team is the quarterback. Some teams have an elite quarterback they want to keep around for as long as possible. They are set at the position, and they don’t worry about anything other than injury or retirement. Then, there are the teams that know they have a problem under center. Their quarterback won’t cut it, but they have to wait to get the opportunity to improve.
By Alex Darcey August is a week away, which can only mean one thing – your fantasy football draft is rapidly approaching. As a fantasy footballer, the next few weeks will be spent cramming as […]
Jay Gruden has his first NFL head coaching gig, charged with ending the perpetual state of turmoil that has become the Washington Redskins. He was hired Thursday after spending the last three seasons as the […]