. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take a long look at the New Orleans Saints, whose 0-2 start has been followed by a six-game winning streak. Just two other teams in the Super Bowl era have won six straight after an 0-2 start, and both wound up Super Bowl champs. Also, how much longer before the Vikings hand the offense back to QB Teddy Bridgewater?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine return under a new title but similar theme: The New York Jets lost a heartbreaker last Sunday. And coach Todd Bowles threw more cold water on Jets fans by standing behind QB Josh McCown. No matter how good McCown might look at times, it hurts the chances to see what Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg have to offer.
The Jets have covered all three home games this season as dogs with two straight-up wins. They face an Atlanta team that has dropped three straight – all to AFC East teams – by scoring just 41 combined points in all three losses. Not a bad idea then to take the 6-points.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take stock at the outset of the NFL’s Week 8 – the Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears and L.A. Chargers are in playoff contention, while the Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers need to halt skids. Also, the Pittsburgh Steelers are a playoff contender on the field and a nightmare off it, and can London see one competitive game in 2017?
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia set the table for Week 7 in the NFL, highlighted by a Super Bowl rematch as the Atlanta Falcons head into the champions’ lair with a Sunday night visit to New England. Also, the 5-1 Philadelphia Eagles seek to increase their NFC East lead when they host the Washington Redskins on Monday.
Greg DePalma recaps the NFL and college football weekend, topped by Penn State‘s last-second miracle at Iowa and the New England Patriots spoiling a near-upset by Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans. He also takes aim at NBC’s Football Night in America, which spent 25 minutes on anthem protests before giving highlights, and poor officiating as exemplified in the Atlanta Falcons‘ squeaker at Detroit.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look ahead to Week 3 of the NFL season, highlighted by Texans rookie QB Deshaun Watson getting his first big road test at New England and the Atlanta Falcons visiting the Detroit Lions in a clash of unbeatens. All 16 games get in-depth analysis with injury reports, trends, latest odds and some picks.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia go in-depth to preview Week 2 of the NFL season, with the spotlight falling on the Atlanta Falcons welcoming back the Green Bay Packers in a rematch of last January’s NFC Championship clash. All 16 games get in-depth analysis with injury reports, trends, latest odds and some picks.
NFL: The second half of Prime Sports Network’s advanced pre-camp rankings examines the NFC. The Atlanta Falcons have the talent to go back to the Super Bowl, but how is their psyche?
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