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  • 01:00

    NFC East Power Shift as Romo Injured, NFL Game Review/Preview

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    On this week's episode of "Pro Football View from the East," hosts Joe Tufaro (@Tufdan) and Dennis Agapito (@PFVFE) discuss the NFC East as the injuries continue to mount for the favorites to repeat as division champs the Dallas Cowboys.  Quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken collar bone in the Cowboys victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and will be out for at least 8 weeks. 

    The Eagles have yet to win a game sitting at 0-2 as they head to the 2-0 New York Jets.  The big offseason acquisition of Demarco Murray has yet to pay dividends as the Eagles rushing attack has struggled.

    Joe and Dennis will also review some key games in the NFL from week two along with a preview of several big matchups in week three. 

  • 00:23

    Week 10 NFC East Preview

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    Week 10 NFC East Preview with some Fantasy advise thrown in. Join Adam and Dustin as they get you caught up on everything you need to know for this weeks NFC East games.

  • 01:00

    NFC East and Jets Debacle in Houston

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    Tonight on Open Mike, I welcome guest Karen Vankat to talk about the shaky NFC East. The Eagles and Redskins both lost on Sunday, while Dallas won. Are the Giants still the team to beat in this division, or does Dallas have a shot? Also, we will talk about the Jets debacle against the Houtson Texans, and the impact on both teams. Check us out at 5:30. 


  • 01:18

    Football 2 Futbol: NFC West Division Preview & PAC 12 South Division Preview

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    This week, we do a NFC West Division Preview with Sean Louis Philipsen representing the Seattle Seahawks and Daniel Anderson doing a mixture of covering the other three teams in the division.

    We then discuss the NFL News with Kelvin Benjamin being out for the season with a torn ACL and Robert Griffin suffering a concussion in a preseason game. We also discuss Eli Manning saying he wants to be the NFL's highest paid player and a few other things of note.

    After that, we end things with Randy doing a preview of the PAC 12 South Division.

  • 02:01

    AitF: AFC East and NFC West Preview

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    Ashes in the Falls kicks off with a break down of the upcoming 2015 NFL Seasons featuring previews for the AFC East and NFC West divisions. This episode will feature roster evaluations, as well as record predictions for all 8 teams. Phone Lines will be open for calls sporadically throughout the show. So tune in this Wednesday and listen to some great commentary. 

  • 00:27

    TGP NFL Radio 2015: NFC East Preview

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    Finally a decent division. Or at the very least, one that is better than what we've been covering.


    I figure it's also very appropriate with the Boykin trade.  Should be able to segue that into a nice little bit of Chip Kelly hate.


    Should be a good one.

  • 00:39

    NFC South ~ NFL Preview; will division winner eclipse the .500 mark this year?

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    The NFC South was created, in 2002.  The only team, from the division, who has not went to the Super Bowl are the Atlanta Falcons. No team had won back to back division titles, until last year.  The Carolina Panthers defended their NFC South title.  However, there was much debate about them hosting a wild card game, because of their 7-8-1 record.  Will this years division champion eclipse the .500 mark?

    Can the Carolina Panthers make it three division titles, in a row?  The Panthers did not make any major moves in free agency.  They picked up a few role players, and the only real loss was DeAngelo Williams.  However, he has had a history of nagging injuries, and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The biggest news before the season is the lose of Kelvin Benjamin. He tore his ACL during practice.  This could be a big blow offensively.  Defensively, they have a kid named Luke Kuechly, who is one of the best tacklers, in the NFL.  They have a good front seven, and added depth by drafting linebacker Shaq Thompson.  The secondary could be a question mark, but with a good pass rush, you can take pressure of average cornerbacks.

    After failing to make the Super Bowl, and then having a disappointing 2014, Mike Smith was fired as the Atlanta Falcons coach.    The Atlanta defense can only go one direction, and that is up.  After finishing dead last in yards allowed per game, they signed a handful of defensive players, and then added more with their first two picks.  Vic Beasley and Jalen Collins could be inserted into the starting lineup sooner than later. Offensively, Matt Ryan has Julio Jones and Roddy White to toss the ball to.  DeVonta Freeman will get his chance at running back.

    Jameis Winston was the first overall pick, by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Lovie Smith will need to turn this team around to keep his job, after a disappointing 2-14 season.

  • 00:49

    Fantasy Slant (08.13.15) - NFC East Preview

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    Jeff Ratcliffe, Kevin Cole, and Mike Tagliere preview all 16 teams in the NFC, focusing on the most pressing fantasy issues for each team. The guys discuss Jason Witten and Victor Cruz as over/under valued, Sam Bradford and Robert Griffin III returning from injury, Ameer Adbullah's and Kevin White's stock, Richard Rodgers as a deep TE, the Charles Johnson hype train, Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman, Jonathan Stewart finally(?) becoming a feature back, the third receveir in New Orleans, Jameis Winston in his rookie season, John Brown over Fitzgerald and Floyd, Jimmy Graham in Seattle, Carlos Hyde's outlook, and which RB to own in St. Louis.

  • 01:02

    The NFL 2015 Season Preview Podcast with Greg Cosell: NFC East

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    It's time for football again, and time for Doug Farrar of Sports Illustrated and Greg Cosell of NFL Films to preview the 2015 season, division by division. We start with the NFC East, a division with all kinds of questions: Can the Cowboys lean on their offensive line enough to overcome the loss of DeMarco Murray? Is the Giants' passing game good enough to overcome issues at other placed on the roster? Will Chip Kelly's serious roster makeover give the Eagles the division title? And can Jay Gruden and Robert Griffin III ever get on the same page? Doug and Greg go under the hood with serious conceptual and schematic discussions. 

  • 00:35

    NFC East - NFL Preview; Does the division title still go through Dallas?

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    The Philadelphia Eagles finished 10-6, in 2014.  Leaving them on the outside looking in, when the playoffs started. Chip Kelly made and interesting move, trading away LeSean McCoy.  In return, the Eagles received Kiko Alonso.  He missed all of the 2014 season, with a torn ACL.  The Eagles also released Trent Cole and Cary Williams, in a salary cap move. Then they signed free agent running back DeMarco Murray.  At quarterback, the Eagles devised a trade for often injured Sam Bradford.  Nick Foles, who is recovering from a broken collarbone, head to St. Louis.  Many moves in the off-season, equals many questions for the Eagles.

    The Dallas Cowboys lost running back free agent DeMarco Murray, in free agency.  However, they have one of the best offensive lines.  The signed Oakland Raider free agent Darren McFadden, who has had his share of injuries.  In the preseason, he has already been battling a hamstring injury.  The passing combination of Tony Romo to Dez Bryant, will remain intact.  However, the question is how much did the running game help Romo last year. 

    Washington is trying to figure out the quarterback situation.  All indications are that Robert Griffen III will get another shot.  He has started both pre-season games.  On the other side, they need to stop people.  As a unit, they allowed 27.4 points per game, in 2014.  This ranked 29th, in the NFL.  Jay Gruden needs to find some answers, on both sides of the ball.  

    Eli Manning has not lead the New York Giants to the playoffs, in three years.  However, he wants to be the highest paid quarterback.  Is that a distraction needed before the season? The Giants were 13th in scoring, but had some inconsistent play defensively.  No matter what contract Manning has, they need to find people to protect him.  It could be another long year in New York.

  • 01:06

    The NFC West Division Preview - Next Fan Up - 7/11/15

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    The NFC West is shaping up to be the most interesting division in the NFL. PodVader is joined by new SuperFans, Drew Brooks -Cardinals, Charlie Seahawks, 49ers Charly, and the O.G., Jarrod for the Rams. 

    Couple of news & notes: Greg Hardy suspension reduced from 10 games to 4. Broncos and Cowboys being investigated for collusion. Fireworks injuries over the July 4th holiday. Ken Stabler dies.

    Seahawks still have to be considered the kings of the division. Cardinals are no longer upstarts and they are going to run on Carson Palmer. Another player retired from the 49ers (joking), but can they remain at the top of the division? The expert darlings are in St. Louis. 

    Best QB in the divison? Seahawks say there's no argument with Russell Wilson but is he NFL elite? The argument is if Colin Kaepernick is number 2 in the West. 

    RB begins and ends with Beast Mode. Andre Ellington has to be the number 2 RB in the West, although Drew says it could end up being Todd Gurley. 49ers says watch out for Carlos Hyde. This swings into the Oline argument which helps the RB argument. 

    But the battle begins with the WR corps and the Cards and 49ers try to top the other with useless stats to make their claims. Jimmy Graham makes the Seahawks an intriguing group. Never mind the Rams but...

    They do have the best Dline in the division, perhaps in the NFL. Retirements took a toll on the 49ers front 7. Cards and Seahawks still strong there.

    Legion of Boom, despite losing Byron Maxwell, is still best secondary in the division and maybe only second to the Jets in the NFL. The highly touted Rams don't have much in the secondary. 

    Schedule predictions and see ya next week with the first ever SuperFans All First and Second Team Teams.

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