Week 2 Review of the NFL

Look Who Got A ‘W’

Don’t you think it’s gotten a little ridiculous with the level of panic that surrounds a New England Patriots loss? Continue reading “Week 2 Review of the NFL”

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NFC South

1. Atlanta Falcons

Until someone steps up in the NFC, the Falcons are the team to beat.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If the defense realizes its potential and they can consistently run the ball, the Bucs will be back in the playoffs.

3. Carolina Panthers

Getting Christian McCaffrey was the right move, but can they keep Cam Newton upright this year?

4. New Orleans Saints

This could be the last year we see Sean Payton and Drew Brees together in the Bayou. Continue reading “NFC South”

Super Bowl LI

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Two of the best offensive teams of the 2016 season meet head on for Super Bowl 51 in Houston. That pretty much sums up the strengths of both the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. Both do not have a dominating defense. They are both average at best. I say this because the offense has put less pressure on them by scoring so many points throughout the season. My one hope year in and year out for the ‘big game’ is that it doesn’t end up being a one-sided affair. Meaning one team is blowing out the other. That could happen this year, but I’ll hope for the best. Continue reading “Super Bowl LI”