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Tonight we'll cover the final two divisions in the NFL, the teams up north. In the NFC it's the Lions, Packers, Bears, and Vikings and over in the AFC it's the Steelers, Ravens, Bengals and Browns. Both divisions tend to run pretty close year in and year out. Will this year be any different? Will the Packers suffer with the unexpected Jordy Nelson loss? Will Adrian Peterson be the Peterson of old? Is Jay Cutler going to thrive under new OC Adam Gase? Can the Bengals win a playoff game? These are some of the bigger questions will tackle as well as dive into our two stories in the world of sports.
Feel free to call in or use the chat feature to join the conversation and ask us your questions.
We'll also preview next week's episode as well, which is going to be our first 1 hour show, with the main focus being on the Pats-Steelers opener and that Sunday's games.
Topics include teams from the NFC and AFC south divisions. Colts, Jags, Texans, and Titans in the AFC and Panthers, Falcons, Saints, and Bucs in the NFC.
The Houston Texans are this year's NFL team to be featured on HBO's Hard Knocks and the second episode will air this Tuesday night. Bill O'Brien made some interesting comments in the first few minutes of the season premire, so listen in to hear our thoughts on that as well.
We'll also probably talk a little more Tom Brady, the top two draft picks, and scratch the surface on our two top topics including Tiger's decision to go ahead and play in the Wyndham tournament this weekend and whatever other story graces the headlines over the week.
Tom Brady's suspension appeal is in federal court this week. We'll talk about that and the NFL teams out east. Pats, Bills, Jets, Phins in the AFC and Cowboys, Eagles, Giants and Skins in the NFC.
We'll also discuss some other tidbits going on in the world of sports including the Cunningham-Tarver fight, PGA Championship, and other NFL newsworthy stories including the broken jaw of Geno Smith
We'll also discuss upcoming shows and podcasts going into our 3rd week
Toniight's show will lead in with the Aldon Smith incident followed by all the NFL teams out west. Feell free to call into the show and talk about whatever else is on your mind going on in the world of sports. The PGA championship, NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL are just some suggested topics. We are only taking 5 callers tonight, so if you can't get through, keep trying. We are also only going to field one Tom Brady call tonight due to a handful of our callers being Pats fans. Next week's show is planned as the Tom Brady lead in followed by the NFL teams out east.
Carolyn Coil, education expert and author, and Frances Stetson, CEO of the Inclusive Schools Network, join the roundtable on The Inclusive Class Podcast this week. Together with Terri and Nicole, our roundtable guests will describe the elements of an inclusive classroom. We will talk about scheduling, supports, curriculum, accomodations, IEPs and more. This is one podcast you don't want to miss!
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In August, every team has hopes of reaching the Super Bowl. However, the experts put a damper on those hopes. The USA Today published their 2015 NFL predictions. Tonight, we will take a closer look at this list. The division winners are: Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, and Denver Broncos. Do you agree or disagree with this list?
The AFC wildcard teams are the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills. With those predictions, they have three teams coming out of the AFC East. The last time three teams; from the division, made the playoffs was 2001, when the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets qualified for the wild card.
The NFC wildcard teams are the St. Louis Rams and Minnesota Vikings. The Rams have not finished .500 or better since 2006, and have not made the playoffs since 2004.
The Championship games are a rematch from last year. The Indianapolis Colts play the New England Patriots, and the Green Bay Packers play the Seattle Seahawks. However, this year the USA Today is saying last years losers will play in Super Bowl 50. They have the Green Bay Packers winning their fifth Super Bowl. What are your thoughts?
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When a coach wins four division championships; in a row, you would not think that a coaching change would take place. John Fox led the Broncos to the Super Bowl, but could not bring the Vince Lombardi Trophy back to Denver. John Elway decided to make a coaching change, and hired Gary Kubiak. Peyton Manning battled injuries last season, and did not look like an elite quarterback. The expectations are high, and it is apparent that it is Super Bowl or bust.
San Diego and Kansas City have been the bridesmaids, in this division. Is this the year that they can overtake the Broncos? The Chargers had a rotating door at running back last year so they drafted Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordan. The Chiefs passing attack has been weak in the red zone, and getting touchdown production from their wide receivers. In free agency, they signed Jeremy Maclin. The Oakland Raiders signed a lot of veteran free agents, on defense, in 2014. That project failed, but they have many young pieces on offense.
Can this division claim the two wild card spots, in the AFC? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.