Greg DePalma looks at the New York Jets‘ changing of the QB guard, as Ryan Fitzpatrick is nudged aside to give Bryce Petty the reins for the rest of the season. The question is whether it’s enough to save coach Todd Bowles‘ job — maybe not, as Greg suggests Bowles needs to go back to being the aggressive blitz-caller that got him the job in the first place.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo look back at the Washington Nationals‘ activity at the winter meetings, highlighted by Adam Eaton‘s acquisition from the Chicago White Sox, and what may yet come in the offseason. Among the possible targets: Diamondbacks starter Zack Greinke, Orioles closer Zach Britton and Royals closer Greg Holland.
Greg DePalma previews the NFL‘s Week 14 matchups and delves into some early picks in college basketball futures. Among his hoops highlights are a resurgent UCLA, Baylor and one-third of the Big Ten.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss Novak Djokovic‘s breakup with coach Boris Becker, along with other notable coaching moves heading into 2017. They’ll also take a look at Kathy Rinaldi‘s appointment as U.S. Fed Cup captain, succeeding Mary Joe Fernandez.
NY Jets’ top coaching targets should begin with Kyle Shanahan, P.J. Fleck and Sean McVay
Greg DePalma looks back at college football’s championship weekend and how Big Ten champ Penn State got shafted by the College Football Playoff committee, which opted for an Ohio State team the Nittany Lions beat earlier this season. The bowl odds also get an early look, with playoff semifinal underdogs Clemson and Washington getting some attention, plus a recap of the NFL weekend.
This season the NFL has seen record-breaking close games heading to Week 13 and no team has defined that persona quite like the Detroit Lions. And thanks to the late-game heroics of QB Matthew Stafford the Lions are on the verge of capturing their first division title since 1993!
Greg DePalma continues his look into the New York Jets‘ future by examining potential top picks for management to keep an eye on this week in college football’s league championship games. A half dozen alone will be playing in the SEC Championship between No.1 Alabama and East champion Florida.
Nothing spews anarchy and chaos like the college football selection committee and in a matter of days they will once again attempt to convince us that the system they run is anything but a Joker on all of us.
Greg DePalma takes an in-depth look at Championship Weekend in college football, with an eye on the playoff committee‘s potential dilemma of deciding between four teams for the three slots behind No.1 Alabama. Will No.2 Ohio State, sitting out the Big Ten title game, upend the system by being chosen over a conference champion? The NFL‘s Week 13 slate also is up for discussion.