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The West has been spoken for, so now we move East. First up is the NFC North. As you would know from our last two shows, the West plays the North this year. It should lead up to some great match ups and the NFC North had two playoff teams in their division and they go againt five playoff teams out of their division. It should be a grueling year and some exciting football for this division.
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.
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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.
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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?
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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!
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.
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...?
The Original Guru: The NFL Team Report - NFC North
Join "The Original Guru" - Chris Bellina as he and guests breakdown each team in the NFC North.
Chicago Bears / Detroit Lions / Green Bay Packers / Minnesota Vikings
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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.
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PodVader and the SuperFans present the preseason preview of the NFC North!
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Quick update on Tom Brady's hearing.
Jumping into the preview, Packers still the king of the division? Tom, Bears SuperFan, chimes in (after a note from Vikings SuperFan, Davey) that the Packers crown is riding solely on the health of Aaron Rodgers. Perhaps the Lions can compete for the moldy piece of cheese and be more balanced on offense according to Adam. It's a long rebuilding project for the Bears as Tom says Jay Cutler is the worst QB in the division. Watch the Vikings make the leap this year as Adrian Peterson returns with a chip on his shoulder and possibly 2000 yards.
Getting into the position comparisons, interesting how deep the QBs and RBs are in the NFC North. Pod says not only do the Packers have the best WR corps, they have the best WR in Jordy Nelson over Calvin Johnson. Don't sleep on Alshon Jeffery. Pod tried to gloss over the Oline, but the SuperFans keep him in check.
On Defense, lots of changes in Detroit but Adam isn't worried. Tom says he's drinking the offseason Kool-Aid, and admits (AGAIN) that the Bears are last in the division. Nobody other than Adam really likes their defense. Mike Zimmer is the right coach for the Vikings D.
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Aaron Rodgers has led the Green Bay Packers to six consecutive playoff appearances. The Packers were on the brink of going to the Super Bowl, in 2014. They finished last season with the top scoring offense by averaging 30.4 points per game. The were set to return all 11 starters, until Jordy Nelson tore his ACL. Nelson will not return this season. Green Bay has developed wide receivers, for a number of years. Do you think the loss of Nelson will end the Packers streak of four division titles, in a row?
After a disappointing 5-11 season, Marc Trestman was fired as the Chicago Bears coach. Brandon Marshall was traded to the New York Jets, and Jay Cutler remains the starting quarterback. All John Fox did in Denver was win. He was 46-18, but after failing to go back to the Super Bowl, Fox and John Elway decided to make a change. It didn't take long for the Bears to hire Fox. There are many things that need to get better for the Bears. The question every season is "Can Jay Cutler lead this team to the Super Bowl?" For the quarterback to be succesful, it starts with an offensive line. This unit must stay healthy and improve to give cutler time. Jeffery Alshon will assume the number one receiver role. Can he keep producing now that Marshall is gone? Matt Forte has been a consistent all around back who can run and catch the ball. What will the Bears do on defense to slow down the offensive units, in the NFC North?
JIm Caldwell took over a disorganized Detroit Lions, and led them to the playoffs, in 2014. The Lions have a potent passing attack with Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate. There are two issues on offense. They do not have a work horse running back, that can take the ball at anytime. Matthew Stafford need to cut down on his turnovers.