As we enter week 5 of the NFL season we still have several undefeated teams in the Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Panthers, and Falcons who all look to keep the good times rolling. It looks as if the Bengals will have the toughest challenge to reach 5-0 as they take on the Seattle Seahawks, who look like a different team with Kam Chancellor roaming around in the secondary. There is one team who has yet to win a game and that would be the Detroit Lions who maybe should have beaten that Seattle team if not for Kam Chancellor and the refs ruining what would have been a go-ahead score with under 2 minutes left in the game. Thursday Night Football featured an AFC South match-up between the Colts and Texans. Behind an ailing 40 year old quarterback, the Colts escaped with a big division win as Houston continues to flounder amidst a baffling quarterback carousel between Ryan Mallet and Brian Hoyer. There are plenty of intriguing match-ups this weekend and since that Colts vs. Texans game wasn’t one of them; let’s preview the rest of week 5 and pick the winners. Continue reading “NFL Week 5 Preview and Predictions”
Tim Tebow has been working as a college football analyst for the SEC Network and hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2013 preseason as part of the New England Patriots. Tim has been training at USC with Tom Brady’s private quarterback coach Tom House and Tim has remained confident he would once again make an NFL roster. That journey will start tomorrow. Continue reading “Tim Tebow Back in the NFL”
It was the start of Super Bowl XLIX which boasted one of the greatest match-ups in Super Bowl history between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots. Here are a couple Super Bowl tidbits that are interesting: There has never been a shutout in a Super Bowl and no team has ever come back from more than 10 points down. The Patriots found themselves down 10 in the 4th quarter, but came back to win Super Bowl 49 in stunning fashion, 28-24.
ESPN’s Jeffri Chadiha joins us this week on The Outsiders Sports Show as we break down all the NFL action and discuss the conference championship games this weekend.
Tom Brady’s 19th career playoff victory did not come easy as the Patriots twice found themselves down by 14 points only to methodically erase those deficits in route to a thrilling 35-31 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday.