1ST HOUR–1ST SEG NFL Playoffs in full affect. The Broncos get beat at home and the Cowboys almost snatch a victory from defeat, Packers throw the challenge flag and mass hysteria is upon us. The […]
There was one team ready to move onto the AFC Championship Game Sunday night, and it wasn’t the Denver Broncos. The Indianapolis Colts out-preformed the Broncos in every aspect of the game and won the playoff contest 24-13.
A resilient New England team did what was necessary to beat Baltimore.
Grant talked with Chris Landry of LandryFootball.com during the show’s final segment, Chris offering his opinion about the weekend’s NFL playoff games. Chris didn’t jump at the prospect of the Panthers upsetting Seahawks, but […]
In the playoffs, it’s important for a team to have all their playmakers. That’s why earning a first-round bye, like the Denver Broncos did, can set a squad up for success.
The Indianapolis Colts face off against the Denver Broncos in the AFC Divisional round with a healthy roster at just the right time.
2ND HOUR–2ND SEG Keith and Dave did there NFL picks for this playoff weekend.
After wild opening weekend for the NFL playoffs that included the Lions getting jobbed in Dallas, Baltimore thumping Pittsburgh, and the Cardinals trotting out a JV quarterback for an NFL game. This weekend boasts a […]
After defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild card round, the Indianapolis Colts are in preparation for a familiar foe; the Denver Broncos.
It says something about a team when multiple coordinators are being coveted by opposing franchises for multiple years in a row. The Denver Broncos have lost a few along the way, and both Adam Gase and Jack Del Rio are currently hot commodities.
David Steele, NFL writer for Sporting News joins Grant to talk NFL playoffs including the Ravens win, Cowboys vs Packers, and the history between Baltimore & New England. Grant wraps up the segment talking the […]
Peyton Manning versus Andrew Luck and his former team, the Indianapolis Colts. It’s a dream matchup for the NFL, but a playoff game that could be decided by the play of two relative no-names at running back.