|1||NEW ENGLAND||AFC EAST||29.00|
|2||KANSAS CITY||AFC WEST||26.00|
|4||NEW ORLEANS||NFC SOUTH||26.00|
|11||GREEN BAY||NFC NORTH||23.00|
|16||TAMPA BAY||NFC SOUTH||21.00|
|17||LA RAMS||NFC WEST||21.00|
|19||LA CHARGERS||AFC WEST||20.00|
|24||SAN DIEGO||AFC WEST||18.00|
|25||NY GIANTS||NFC EAST||18.00|
|30||NY JETS||AFC EAST||13.00|
|32||SAN FRANCISCO||NFC WEST||11.00|
Before Julio Jones’ spectacular touchdown catch late in the 23-7 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday night, the Atlanta Falcons had given up 43 straight points spanning two games. The Falcons did not score for five quarters of football and they seem to have reverted back to the underwhelming fraud they were prior … Continue reading Atlanta Falcons Are Done As an NFC Championship Contender →
The Baltimore Ravens host the Miami Dolphins in a game that won’t get a whole lot of people excited, but it is a standalone NFL game, and you’re going to bet it, so let’s break it down.
Along with a look at some news from over the weekend, the guys dug deep into Eastern Michigan vs. Northern Illinois, Florida State vs. Boston College, Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia, and Penn State vs. Ohio State.
On the Week in Review side, the guys chatted about the Saints, Falcons, Patriots, Cardinals, and Colts, as all of them had interesting weeks.