Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com take an in-depth look at the weekend racing slate, highlighted by the Hollywood Derby at California’s Del Mar. California Chrome (pictured) won last year’s edition.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, take a “hot stove” look at key free-agent developments and trades bubbling around the major leagues. Topping the menu: Free-agent pitchers David Price and Zack Greinke.
For the second year in a row, PSN got in early on the eventual Sprint Cup champion. Once Kyle Busch overcame injuries suffered at Daytona, he was a steady force.
Greg DePalma examines the latest New York Jets team news and analysis following last week’s 24-17 loss to the Houston Texans, then previews Sunday’s divisional rivalry vs. the Miami Dolphins. Joining Greg is former Dolphins guard Keith Sims, now part of their broadcast team.
Greg DePalma updates the latest NFL news and trends, with an eye on the playoff picture, Thanksgiving games and a Sunday night matchup between New England‘s Tom Brady and Denver‘s… Brock Osweiler. This week’s guest is Jimmy Morris, top editor for SB Nation’s Tennessee Titans website MusicCityMiracles.com.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com examine top teams and players to watch in their quest for a championship, including North Carolina‘s 10-win surge to win the ACC’s Coastal Division. The duo also updates the latest NFL and college basketball futures.
The Kansas City Royals topped off the 2015 Major League Baseball season by winning the World Series. PSN picked them up as an early-season bargain.
NFL Weekly: With the Patriots and Panthers both reaching 10-0, it’s just the fourth time in NFL history that two teams have hit that mark in a season.
College Football: Michigan State, Iowa, Notre Dame and Stanford will set out on an intricate dance over the final two weeks for probably one playoff spot.
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune, motorsports writer for RotoWire.com, recap the Chase for the Sprint Cup playoffs that ended Sunday with Kyle Busch’s triumph at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The duo also takes an early look at what’s to come in 2016.