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It’s officially crunch time in the NFL, and Week 15 is chock-full of crucial games with playoff implications. Four current playoff teams in the NFC square off and there’s a potential Super Bowl preview in Foxboro. Here’s my take on how this weekend’s action will shake out.
With five games remaining, playoff pretenders are starting to drop out and contenders are battling for position. Two bitter rivals meet in Baltimore, and a potential playoff matchup in Chicago headline Week 13 action. Here’s my take on how the games will play out.
The Bears were outplayed and badly outcoached in their Monday night loss at San Francisco.
While this is by far the worst Manning has looked in his recent career, I want people to understand that he has been through slumps before.
Week 10 features some intriguing matchups, none larger than the Sunday Night match-up at Soldier Field featuring two 7-1 squads.
The NFL is looking to create parity across the league, but 2012 is starting to look a lot like 2011.
The NFL season has taken shape. We have a very good idea as we head towards Week 8 who the contenders are and who are merely pretending.
That fumble apparently did nothing to shatter Wilson’s confidence, as he told reporters he think he’ll one day end up in the Hall of Fame.
There was a day when a 1996 Chevy Caprice was a sweet ride.
Here’s my take on how Week 4 will shake out.
Week 3 features a few interesting games, and here’s how I think it will all play out.
Instead of a handshake, Tom Coughlin had choice words for Greg Schiano.
There are some intriguing games on the slate and here’s how I think it will all play out.
The Bears have the fourth-highest average ticket prices in the NFL, according to Team Marketing Report’s Fan Cost Index.
Though it topped all other programs Wednesday night, the NFL season-opener saw a four percent decline compared to the 2011 regular season opener.
Welcome to the NFL, kid.
Here are the over/unders for Bears-Giants from The McNeil and Spiegel Show.
Listening to the thoughts of Jeff Joniak, the Bears radio play-by-play man, it appears as if Jay Cutler has been freed from shackles.
For the Bears, however, this glorified scrimmage is the biggest day since training camp opened. And I have three reasons any self-respecting Bears fan needs to set the DVR for it.
As sports fans, we’ve been programmed to conclude that the best regular season team will become the eventual champion.