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PodVader talks to the SuperFans of the AFC North as they preview the Black and Blue Division.
Another 49er retires...No fantasy for Tony Romo...Cam Newton gets a new deal...
How will that deal effect Joe Flacco's contract next year? And the rest of the QB's in the North?
The Steelers the team to beat in the division? If so, it's because of the offense, which is odd to say in Pittsburgh. Ravens and Bengals might have something to say about that. If the Browns compete for the division title, it will be because of their defense.
What about the RBs? The Bengals raise their hand first as the best in the division. Le'veon Bell is the best single back in the division.
A RB is nothing without his Oline - best in Baltimore? Starting 5 in Cleveland is pretty good if they stay healthy. Bengals may have some shuffling. Steelers have some continuity on their line.
The WRs in Pittsburgh are fantastic and Antonio Brown might be the best WR in the NFL. The Ravens have never had a true number 1 WR. Hey, why are we not talking about AJ Green with the Bengals and the rest of that WR crew? And yes, Cleveland is last here too.
On D, Cleveland will be tough. Bengals will be improved this year. Ravens will be fine despite the loss of Haloti Ngata. Steelers have a bunch of changes on D including their DCoor.
Check out the Browns kicker, "Murder Leg". He will help with the new longer extra point which Simon believes is a disadvantage for the all outdoor division.
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Today we talk AFC North schedule. Last year this division had three teams go to the playoffs. The division is still strong and most likely has gotten stronger. What needs to be determined is, could their schedules be the difference in the powerfull division. Dive in with us as we breakdown one of the hardest hitting, defense driven and cold climate divisions in the NFL. This should be a great show and some great break downs.
On today's episode you will hear Vic and Jerry's thoughts on the AFC North and who the two think will come out on top at the end of the season. The conversation will also cover why Major League baseball invalidated 65 million All-Star voting ballets; the Royals rule is in play here. Lastly the guys will play the what if game, What if Lenard Bias didn't overdose on cocaine? What if he and MJ had to share the NBA spotliight? And, how different would the NBA story have turned out had the two faced off for 10 plus years in the eastern conference? Also, had Bias been a success un Boston, would MJ have gone #1 overall the following year? That and more on FSP Saturday edition. You can always catch the replay streaming 24/7/365 over at www.SpotOnRadios.com, partnered with Draft Kings.
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DTong will be breaking down his picks for the AFC and NFC North division in the NFL. Getting in the schedules as well and throwing down the best indie music on the planet! Sports and Music UNITE!
Join our hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones as they discuss the NFL Draft for both the AFC North and South. Our experts will discuss their NFL Draft grades and provide insight as to the rookies who could make an immediate impact. Plus our experts will aslo discuss some of the NFL news that has happened in the last week. Have a question? Call in our experts will provide you the answers to your sports questions. The call in number is 1-917-889-9592!! Show airs Tuesday morning 9am pacific time 12pm eastern time.
"What's Hot" will get you up to date with the most recent NFL news, which currently is the aftermath of the NFL Draft. We'll discuss who will have the better career between Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston along with the reason why the Cowboys didn't draft a running back to replace DeMarco Murray.
We'll talk plenty about the Steelers draft, what you need to know about all eight draft picks and which rookie we think will make the biggest impact in 2015. We'll also see how the rest of the AFC North did in the draft along with trying to figure out what happened in the second round between the Steelers, Ravens, and Baltimore rookie tight end Maxx Williams.
As we all know, the Steelers have a rich history that very few franchises in professional sports can match. Talking about our team's great moments from the past and sharing our memories of those moments will be a staple of "What's Hot". Tomorrow night, we'll look back at our favorite moments from the 1975 Super Bowl X champions, the 1995 AFC Champions (as is the unwritten rule of BTSC, we will refrain from saying the name of one player from that team) and the 2005 Super Bowl XL championships team.
Be sure to tune in LIVE Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The Original Guru: The NFL Team Report - AFC North
Join "The Original Guru" - Chris Bellina and special guest Ickey Woods as they and guests breakdown each team in the AFC North.
Baltimore Ravens / Cincinnati Bengals / Cleveland Browns / Pittsburgh Steelers
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Fantasy Football Podcast for June 23, 2015. The Fantasy Footballers look at the AFC North teams, the fantasy football relevant moves, changes, and offseason upheavel. Listen as they break down the Browns, Steelers, Ravens, and Bengals. Not to mention some double stuffed Oreo debates. Andy, Jason, and Mike bring you everything you need to win your fantasy football championship this season, answering listener questions and bringing you the ultimate in fantasy football.
The AFC South has one of the, if not the, best Quaterback in the game. Can Luck take his division again or has the Texans done enough in the offseason to dethrown them. The Jaguars have a very young team along with the Titans, will they be contenders or bottom feeders once again. The Division was in the Colts hands most of the season but the Texans made a great attempt at making a playoff push and going for the Division. This division has two playoff quality teams and we don't know what the young guns have up their sleeves.
We are going to go division by division over the next few weeks to make sure we cover all the teams before the start of August. There will be too much important stuff to talk about in August before you draft that we need to crank these divisions out. This week we will go through the AFC West, AFC South and AFC North. Let's get our AFC on!?
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