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We are back in our usual Monday night slot, so call Felix and Annie and talk about the NFL. We'll talk about the Patriots game against the Bills (probably briefly), and what we make of some of the injuries and Jimmy G. We'll take a nice long look at the games on Sunday and all their implications. A plane has vanished in Asia, so we'll talk some current events and other randomness throughout including the pending new year's celebration. Join us at 7:30pm!
Please be sure to join Alan Zlotorzynski & Bryan Yates tonight at 7:00 p.m. for a special playoff edition of THE NFL STANDARD----presented by FanVsFan.
Tonight, the guys’ welcome in as their special guest, Brad Hopkins. Selected out of the University of Illinois in the first round (13th overall) of the 1993 NFL Draft, Brad played left tackle for 13 seasons in the NFL, all of them with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans organization. Hopkins started all sixteen games for the Oilers for the 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1999 seasons, blocking for fellow Big Ten alumnus Eddie George. In 1999, the Titans made it to Super Bowl XXXIV in which Hopkins started.
The former two time Pro-Bowler and NFL All-Pro in 2000 currently works as an analyst for SiruisXM's Bleacher Report Radio, College Sports Nation and NFL Radio.
Arguably, the divisional round of the NFL playoffs is the best weekend of football during the entire season. The top two seeds from each conference return to the field to play the survivors from Wild Card weekend. Throughout the years we’ve seen many miracle finishes and watched as stars were born.
Since the NFL moved to a 12-team playoff format in 1990, No. 1 seeds in the NFC are 20-4 (.833) in the Divisional Playoffs. In the AFC, the No. 1 seed has compiled a 14-10 (.583) record. Both No. 1 seeds are in action this weekend when the top-seeded Seattle Seahawks host the Carolina Panthers in the NFC and the No. 1-seed New England Patriots face the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC
Alan & Bryan will recap Wild Card Weekend and get you ready for the divisional round. Showtime is 7:00 p.m. follow the guys on Twitter @zlotsports & @YatesNFLStand. Please visit the website NFLStandard.com.
Welcome to @GMBSports on FSW, starring Brandon Medeiros and Dezmin Fermino. They are young rising stars in the sports world, and cut their teeth on other networks, including TSCRN (friends of FSW). So get ready, as they will come all guns blazing in ONE HOUR of action packed sports talk, LIVE every Wednesday night here on BlogTalkRadio. On todays ONE HOUR NFL Playoff Special, they will be breaking down the NFL Postseason and jumping into the NBA!
Dial 929-477-4171 into the Bleed Blue Show as we will discuss the NY Giants season with the fans. In addition, the stakeholders of the Bleed Blue Show platform will discuss this weekend NFL's Divisional Playoff weekend between the defending world champion Seattle Seahawks Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers & Dallas Cowboys. On this episode, we will discuss the major issues with the football Giants & contrast what the teams did better that are in the playoffs besides wins that has the NY Giants on the outside looking in. Also, we will do our NFL divisional playoff weekend Pick'Ems.
Breaking down the 2015 NFL playoffs and College Football Playoff with Duane Nash from The Yard/HBCU Sports and Chris Loupe. Among the topics to be discussed:
1) Thoughts on the WildCard round.
2) Did the Lions get robbed?
3) Who will prevail in the Divisional round?
4) Thoughts on the College Football Playoff semifinals.
5) Who will be the National Champion: Oregon or Ohio State?
The NFL regular season is officially over! Although I'm struggling to fight off the depression that comes along with the season ending, I know that it's Playoff Time. Time for a new focus as 12 teams battle for an opportunity to play for the Lombardi Trophy in February.
On tonight's show, the Show Legends and I will break down the WildCard Round match ups as well as break down the 1st round of the first-ever NCAA Football Playoffs.
All of that and more sports talk on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions. Zone Coverage style."
Scheduled for 90 minutes
Make sure you are listening to The Sports Cage at www.blogtalkradio.com/thesportscage Sunday December 28, 2014 at 11:30AM Central standard time. The Sports Cage will take a close look at Sundays National Football League week 17 games. Including Sunday NFL games and playoff teams. Join your Host Debo, Executive Producer Cameron Hart and our NFL Insider Rodney Eldridge as we go around the league taking a look at games with playoff implications this week just before Sunday kickoff. Make sure you join us Sunday at 11:30AM Central standard time. www.blogtalkradio.com/thesportscage
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Date/Time:December 28, 2014 Show Time: 1130AM
The year is wrapping up and the Playoffs are a week away. Most teams have clinhced a spot already. The chargers Clinch the last playoff spot in the AFC with a win. Other teams need the The Chargers to lose and help in other games. In the NFC, spots are taking but the seeding is still not chosen. Depending on what happens today depends on who has home field advantage and all that good stuff.
We recap the results from a busy and controversial Divisonal Playoff weekend in the NFL, and take a closer look at the Final Four! Michael Cohen and Nick Delahanty will recact to the Dez Bryant catch that wasn't, as well as the future of Peyton Manning. And, Rex Ryan is a Buffalo Bill? huh?
We are down to the Final Four, to be played this Sunday!
Join us Tuesday as we discuss and disect the NFL playoff picture, post game analyses and prognistications for the AFC and NFC Championships and the Super Bowl.
Were the Detroit Lions robbed last week? (answer: Yes)
Were the Dallas Cowboys robbed on Sunday? (answer: No)
Is Peyton Manning finished?
Who will take the AFC Championship?
Who will take the NFC Championship?
Who will win the Lombardi Trophy?
For the answers to these questions and more, listen and CALL 347-850-8445 and join the conversation!
Tonight, Michael Cohen previews the playoff match-ups in the NFL as the divisional round of the playoffs kicks-off. This is the best week of the NFL playoffs with four of the better matchups. Peyton Manning takes on his old team, the Colts. The Ravens return to New England, again. The Packers and Cowboys renew their rivarly, and the Seahawks tangle with the Panthers.
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