Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia go division-by-division with analysis and predictions, as 31 NFL teams (again) seek to dethrone Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. They’re also joined by Matthew Stevens of USA Today’s RavensWire to discuss Baltimore Ravens headlines as the regular season nears.
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?
NFL: As training camps start to open next week, it’s time to unveil Prime Sports Network’s advanced pre-camp rankings. Not surprisingly, the New England Patriots stand tall over the AFC.
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Greg DePalma dissects the New England Patriots‘ improbable Super Bowl 0vertime triumph, suggesting the Atlanta Falcons choked away a title more than Tom Brady & Co. won it. He also notes that each of the past four NFL titles have been won by teams who entered the playoffs as a No.1 seed, asking where the parity has gone.
Greg DePalma engages in more Super Bowl discussion and makes his selection with one day left in the countdown before the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons in Houston. It’s also another big weekend in college basketball, as Florida tries to upend Kentucky atop the SEC race.
Greg DePalma is joined by Scott Abraham, director of sports content at FanPicks.com, with analysis and predictions for Sunday as the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons clash in the 51st Super Bowl. College basketball also gets attention, looking ahead to weekend games.
Greg DePalma takes a look at Sunday’s most intriguing Super Bowl proposition wagers, plus a lookahead to the NFL draft and who may have raised their stock at last weekend’s Senior Bowl. He also stays on top of the college basketball slate, as No.1 Gonzaga takes on BYU.
Even though the football season officially ends with the Super Bowl, February gives us the return of baseball with Spring Training and NASCAR with the Daytona 500. The last two days of the month are also exciting with the Division 1 Men’s College Basketball Conference Tournaments starting up as well as the NFL Scouting Combine. Now check out the best of the rest for the month of February…
Greg DePalma previews a busy Tuesday night of college basketball and takes ESPN analysts Matt Hasselbeck and Herm Edwards to task for ripping Pittsburgh Steelers players who criticized their coaches and staff for last Sunday’s AFC Championship struggles in falling to the New England Patriots.