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  • 01:30

    We've reached the half way mark in the NFC North

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     Hey Football Fans near and far! We have reached week 8 and are half way through the season.

    We kick off today's show talking about the Lions that have no chance at this years post season and why. The Lions are playing the Chiefs in the UK and while the worst record in the league this year, they just may pull of the W today.

    The Packers are back from their Bye  and ready to stay undefeated. The Bears also return from their Bye to host the Vikings at Soldier Field. The Vikings have yet loose a divisional match up ths season and the Bears have yet to win one. This will be a battle as the young Vikings try to kill their Soldier Field losing streak and the Bears just trying to stay a float to finish the season with a decent record.            So join Kass, Mike and Micheal today at 10 am CST as we talk all things NFC North and NF

  • 01:40

    NFC North Offseason Roundtable

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    Roundtable featuring our Superfans from the NFC North:

    Detroit Lions - Adam Bringedahl

    Chicago Bears - Tom Shannon

    Brian Slattery - Green Bay Packers

    Davey Randa - Minnesota Vikings

    Topics include any hot topics currently effecting the NFC North, reactions to the recently released 2015 NFL schedule, an offseason report including coaching / scheme changes & free agency gains / loses, and remaining team needs and how they may influence the upcoming 2015 NFL Draft.

    Previous & future shows can be found at blogtalkradio.com/nextfanup, iTunes and everywhere podcasts are heard!

    Email - nextfanup@gmail.com

    Twitter - @nfupodcast

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  • 02:11

    Gridiron Chefs AFC and NFC North Special

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    The Gridiron Chefs returns for another NFL season. Join James Greenwood, Ignacio Silva aka Nacho, Tyrone Powell, and Chandler Knight as we discuss the movement of the NFC North and AFC North from off season, to the draft to the schedule as well as current events from the NFL. 

  • 00:32

    Packers regain control of NFC North as defense dominates and Lacy rolls.

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    The Green Bay Packers regained first place, in the NFC North, by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 30-13. Both teams have 7-3 records, but with the win the Packers own the head to head tiebreaker. The victory snaps a three game losing streak for the Packers, and ended the Vikings five game winning streak. After scoring 17 combined first half points during the last three games, the Packers held a 16-6 halftime advantage. Mason Crosby kicked two more second half field goals, giving him five for the day. Aaron Rodgers hit James Jones for a 27-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to give the Packers a 14 point lead. On the ensuing drive, the Vikings drove into Packers territory but Adrian Peterson fumbled after a 10 yard run.

    The Packers defense domintaed the Vikings offensive line by applying constant pressure to Teddy Bridgewater. Officially, they recorded six sacks, but Bridgewater had to throw a number of balls away because of the pressure. Peterson entered the game as the NFL's leadng rusher, and averaged 21.7 attempts per game. He was held to 45 yards on 13 carries. 

    Eddie Lacy rushed 22 times for 100 yards, marking his first 100 yard performance of the year. Lacy ran with power, and finished his runs all day. With the lead, the Packers leaned on Lacy to grind out tough yards and take time off the clock. On the stat sheet, Rodgers was not spectacular; 16-34 for 212 yards with two touchdowns. His first touchdown was aided by a 50-yard pass interference play on a third and fifteen with 1:53 remaining, in the first half. Back to back penalties allowed the Packers to finish the drive with the touchdown. On a third and nine, Rodgers found Richard Rodgers for a touchdown that was nullified because of offsetting penalties. David Bakhtiari was called for holding, and Linval Jospeh was flagged for roughing the passer so the Packers were not backed up 10 yards. Anthony Barr was called for illegal contact on the next play.

  • 01:31

    A Race to the Title in the NFC North

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    We meet again for another Gameday Sunday and NFC North Battle.

    The Vikings hold the number one spot as they hit up Lambaeu Field to continue their upward swing against the Green By Packers.  It seems the Packers have been exposed and have fallen from grace, but can they bounce back and reclaim their spot in this division.

    The Chicago Bears are showing a glimpse of hope, but is it too little too late.  We will share our thoughts on their future this season and today's match-up against the Denver Broncos.

    Ah yes the Detroit Lions, normally a team with only 2 wins would be considered done for the season, and though there is NO CHANCE this team will see the post season, it's pretty awesome seeing the recent shift changes light a fire in that camp. I do see another win acoming.

    Also, we welcome former Rich Central H.S. QB stand out Mr. Kevin Carter. Mr. Carter was the first Afican American quarterback in Rich Central's history and still holds a passer rating of 3000. He will give us his thoughts on today's games and each NFC North starting QB.

    So tune-in today at 10am CST for some fun, laughs and predictions from some true die-hard fan bloggers!

  • Beyond The Bench: AFC and NFC North Previews

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    Ryan Stern is live every Tuesday to discuss the world of sports.

    Football has been played! With a week of preseason games in the books, NFL teams are going to start to take shape. We will discuss some of the more prominent injuries that may effect the regular season for certain teams.

    Then, we will begin our AFC and NFC Northern Divisional previews. In the AFC, can the Bengals finally take the next step and win at least a playoff game? Do the Steelers have enough on the defensive side of the ball to not put all the pressure on the talented offense? Can the Ravens fly under the radar again and make another run in the playoffs? Is there a light at the end of the Cleveland tunnel?

    At 9:30, we will be joined by friend of the show, John Laub, to discuss the fantasy relevance of these two divisions. Can the Steelers have a top 3 player at all 3 major positions? Which sleepers should you be looking for? We will answer those, plus other questions.

    We will close the show with the NFC North preview. Are the Packers the only team that can win this division? Can Teddy Bridgewater be the conductor of the hype train surrounding the Vikings? Can the Lions sneak their way into the playoffs again? Are the Bears primed for another top 10 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft?

    Want to discuss any of these teams or your own team? We are taking calls tonight at 760-283-0846.

  • 00:46

    Her Fantasy Football Podcast 6.18.15- NFC North and NFC South

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    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. Now that we are done with the AFC, it is time to start the NFC! Let the NFC South and NFC North discussions begin...?

  • 01:08

    Episode 265: 8 Divisions in 8 Weeks- NFC North

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    We've reached the end of the road. We've saved the best for last! We finally talk Green Bay Packers and the NFC North. Our buddy and resident Bears fan Justin (@heavyset330) and 3 Time All Things Awesome Tournament Champion and Vikings fan Tony Ostrom (@tonyostrom5) join to discuss the NFC North!

    Join us for a fun show!

  • 00:59

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

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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 continue with the NFC North, a division with all kinds of questions: Can the Bears turn around their defense with Vic Fangio replacing Mel Tucker? How will the Lions adapt without Ndamukong Suh? Can the Packers overcome their own defensive personnel attrition and get to the Super Bowl with their high-flying offense? And do the Vikings live up to their chic pick status? Greg and Doug break it down schematically as only they can.

  • Injuries & Trades a look into the NFC North!

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    Morning and Happy Game Day Football Lovers and welcome to week 4 of the regular season!

    Today Kass, Mike & Michael tackle issues starting with the Chicago Bears as thy are dumping players like tea into the Boston Harbor. Yes, even Matt Forte may be thrown overboard.

    We are watching the Packers destroy everyone    but can the 49ers (yes, I said it) finally stop them?

    Does anyone remember the Lions? They are part of the NFC North, have a blue Lion as their logo, a guy named Ndamukong Suh used to play with them.  Will will talk about how they've gone missing, at least on the field.

    The Vikings are trying to prove the "AP Effect" is real as they shot for another W against the Broncos.

    Did you miss NCAAF action Saturday? We didn't and we will get all caught up in our FFRR College Corner.

    So join us, live today at 10am CST for updates, predictions, a lot of fun and a ton of laughs via Blog Talk Radio.

  • 00:45

    NFC North, NFC South, AFC North and more!

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    Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will be joined by co-host Steven Meador as we discuss three conferences in the NFL! We will discuss the NFC South and are the Panthers or the Saints, the favorites? Who has the edge in the NFC North and can the Browns really contend in the AFC North? We will share our thoughts, TONIGHT! Top headlines, a sneak peak to Saturday's College Football games and more!

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