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EndScore Report: In Your Face, Deon Grant and DeAngelo Hall

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: Athletes, Editorial, NFL

Deon Grant and Jacquian Williams of the New York Giants fake injuryIn this week's edition of "In Your Face," we call out the New York Giants' Deon Grant and Jacquian Williams and the Washington Redskins DeAngelo Hall. It seems there's a lot going on in the NFC East recently and most of it has to do with being an idiot. Give this one a LISTEN and thanks for all of your support of the EndScore Report!


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True Predictions: Favre, Ravens, Steelers vs. Broncos on MNF

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL

Description Last week I got the Big Game right (Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings over the Green Bay Packers) and I got the Big Upset right (Baltimore Ravens over the Denver Broncos). But, after losing at home to the Miami Dolphins the New York Jets of 2009 are now hard-set into being the Jets of 2008 (very average). Yes, the New York Giants now have lost three in a row. But, as I wrote last week, don’t think Donovan McNabb’s winning performance against them is a permanent thing. He’ll let you down come playoff time (probably well before then). I go 3-2 last weekend for a 21-15 season record.

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2008 NFL Team Previews

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: NFL

NFL Team Previews

The NFL season is upon us and what better way to get into the mood for some pigskin than to read some NFL Team Previews brought to you by the writers of Gear Live’s upcoming blog dedicated solely to FOOTBALL!!!  Keep an eye out for it!  But, for now, check out what Dean Browski (AFC South, NFC East), Charles Mitri (NFC North), and Scott Sargent (AFC North) have to say about the upcoming season! In the next few days, you’ll be able to read the wisdom of Raymond Leon (AFC West), Kevin Moore (NFC South), Juan Ruiz (NFC West), and myself (AFC East)!  So, come on back!

AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

AFC EAST: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets / Division Predictions

AFC NORTH: Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers / Division Predictions

AFC SOUTH: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans / Division Predictions

AFC WEST: Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers / Division Predictions

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

NFC EAST: Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins / Division Predictions

NFC NORTH: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings / Division Predictions

NFC SOUTH: Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers / Division Predictions

NFC WEST: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams / Division Predictions


NFL Preview: NFC East

Posted by Dean Browski Categories: NFL

Terrell Owens Beast In The NFC East

NFC EAST

Predicted Order Of Finish:
1. Philadelphia Eagles
2. New York Giants
3. Dallas Cowboys
4. Washington Redskins 

Top Offensive Player: Terrell Owens, WR, Dallas Cowboys
Top Defensive Player: Asante Samuel, CB, Philadelphia Eagles
Top Rookie: Felix Jones, RB, Dallas Cowboys

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NFL Preview: Washington Redskins

Posted by Dean Browski Categories: NFL

Jason Campbell of the Washington Redskins

WASHINGTON REDSKINS
2007 RECORD: 9-7

Overview: The 2007 Redskins did make the playoffs after a strong finish to the regular season, winning four straight.  That gives ‘Skins fans a reason to be excited.  A new coaching staff though is going to have to make significant strides during preseason camp to get an average offense to hit their stride.  Jim Zorn, by all accounts, has a great football mind, but he is the head coach and offensive coordinator* and has never held either of these positions in the NFL.  Expect some growing pains early on and a heavy reliance on their defense. 

*Sherman Smith is listed as the Offensive Coordinator but Zorn will be making the play calls.

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NFL Preview: Dallas Cowboys

Posted by Dean Browski Categories: NFL

Tony Romo leads the Dallas Cowboys

DALLAS COWBOYS
2007 RECORD: 13-3

Overview: Expectations in Big D are sky-high and no one is going to be happy with anything less than a Super Bowl ring.  The past two years have seen the Dallas Cowboys bow out of the playoffs before their time.  Two years ago it was Tony Romo fumbling a PAT snap; last year it was losing to the Giants, a team they scored 76 points against in two regular season games.  There is a whole lotta ego in the locker room, and one thing for sure is that the Cowboys will not have a quiet 2008.

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NFL Preview: New York Giants

Posted by Dean Browski Categories: NFL

Eli Manning of the New York Giants

NEW YORK GIANTS
2007 RECORD: 10-6
Overview: The New York Giants had the best postseason run in NFL history and possibly sports history last year.  To win three straight road games in the playoffs and to then knock off the seemingly invincible New England Patriots in the Super Bowl was absolutely amazing.  I don’t blame anyone for getting caught up in the Giants of the last four games, but let us not forget the Giants of the first 16 games.  Be excited about Eli Manning, be excited about the duo at the running back position, but we must curb our enthusiasm for many other aspects of this team in 2008.

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NFL Preview: Philadelphia Eagles

Posted by Dean Browski Categories: NFL

Donovan McNabb get ready to throw

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
2007 RECORD: 8-8

Overview: The past few seasons the Philadelphia Eagles have had some really tough losses and had to deal with some really tough issues.  From the Terrell Owens fiasco, to Andy Reid’s off-the-field problems, to Donovan McNabb’s season-ending injury from two years ago, this team has been through a lot and survived.  Despite not making the playoffs last year, the Eagles can point to one or two plays that would’ve put them in the playoffs.  Look for the gods to smile on the Eagles in 2008, or at the very least, stop kicking them in the teeth.

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