Updated Super Bowl odds including our two additional future plays for Week 13.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia find themselves divided on whether the New York Giants made a prudent move in benching QB Eli Manning for Geno Smith. The Sunday slate, meantime, features a big NFC South clash between co-leaders New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers, while the Philadelphia Eagles face a tough test at the Seattle Seahawks.
Greg DePalma sorts out the fallout from another chaotic weekend in college football after No.1 Alabama and No.2 Miami both meet defeat, while the coaching carousel gets cranked up. He’s also joined by Matthew Stevens, managing editor of USA Today’s RavensWire, to look at a Baltimore Ravens team that enters Monday night with three shutouts among its five wins.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine dissect the New York Jets‘ latest second-half collapse, laying a list of grievances at coach Todd Bowles‘ feet – including his reaction to wideout Robby Anderson lobbying for Pro Bowl votes midgame before the Carolina Panthers come back to win. Foremost among the complaints: A lack of toughness complicated by a lack of accountability.
Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy, chief fantasy analyst for Ourlads.com, are joined by fantasy expert Dan Weinreich to discuss fallout from the Thanksgiving slate, especially the Dallas Cowboys‘ continuing slide. Player debates include whether the L.A. Rams will look more to Sammy Watkins (12) or Cooper Kupp with Robert Woods sidelined, as well as Greg Olsen‘s return for the Carolina Panthers.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look at the NFL’s top remaining matchups on Thanksgiving weekend, topped by a big NFC clash as the New Orleans Saints seek a ninth consecutive victory in a Western road trip to face the high-powered Los Angeles Rams. Meantime, the Philadelphia Eagles can become the first to clinch a playoff spot and hit 10 wins.
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Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, goes inside this weekend’s Ohio State/Michigan showdown to zero in on the top position battle to watch as top-rated center Billy Price (Buckeyes) goes up against top-rated defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (Wolverines). He also touches on other highly rated talents, much of it found in the trenches.
Greg DePalma breaks down the weekend firing line, as the Denver Broncos make a change – though not head coach Vance Joseph – and UCLA parts with Jim Mora after six years. Meanwhile, since when has Buffalo’s Tyrod Taylor become a quarterback worth sticking up for?
For in-depth coverage of every Week 11 game including the latest trends, injury updates, odds and picks, check out the OFN NFL Preview podcast available now on-demand.