In this edition of EndScore Report, we handicap each NFL game for Week 3. There are some interesting games to look out for, such as the close-lined Atlanta Falcons visiting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Also, how will the presence of Michael Vick affect the game between his Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants? Give this prediction podcast a LISTEN and get your winners!
In this episode of EndScore Report, DV and Chris take a look at the match-ups of the first week of NFL action for the 2011 NFL season. We recorded too late to predict the winner of the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints game, but we have you covered for every other game. How will the mighty Philadelphia Eagles do with all of the expectations on them versus the St. Louis Rams? We start off quickly in regards to potential playoff implications between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. LISTEN to find out our thoughts on these and the complete slate of games the first Sunday of the NFL season.
In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris put on their predicting hats and take a look around the NFL, picking the winners of each division, the respective conferences' wild cards, and finally the Super Bowl champions. Can the Green Bay Packers repeat? Will the New England Patriots make it back to postseason nirvana? How about the Philadelphia Eagles fulfilling the "dream team" tag. Give this edition of EndScore Report a listen to hear what we think... and we're kind of NFL geniuses, so LISTEN UP.
This week, we give an "In Your Face" to the Arizona Cardinals for giving up a lot to acquire Kevin Kolb in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a second round pick? Chris takes umbrage with the talent dealt and the Kolb contract. And finally, DV gives his IYF to Brett Favre. Pre-emptively. Give it a LISTEN and thanks for supporting EndScore Report.
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In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris take a gander at NFL Free Agency, which has been ablaze with the shortened offseason due to the NFL Lockout. Some players such as DeAngelo Williams and Santonio Holmes have re-signed with their old teams, while others like Sidney Rice and Johnathan Joseph are looking towards greener pastures. However, where will the top prize in free agency, Nnamdi Asomugha end up?
Since the recording of this podcast on the afternoon of July 29th, Asomugha signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, spurning the New York Jets who were heavily rumored to being very close to signing him. You won't hear the news on the podcast, but you read it here! LISTEN to the podcast, anyway!
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In this edition of EndScore Report, DV and Chris look at the Plaxico Burress situation. Will he go to the Philadelphia Eagles? The New York Giants? Another team? And can Burress do what Eagles quarterback Michael Vick did and return to an NFL field after serving time in prison and excel? LISTEN TO THE DEBATE!
Michael Vick was given the franchise tag by the Philadelphia Eagles, showing the team's committment to the previously maligned quarterback. Vick has done a lot to overcome his dogfighting scandal and his play on the field and ability to stay out of trouble since being reinstated into the NFL has re-worked his image. In fact, Vick is set to appear on Oprah, a substantial way to change perception to mainstream America for Vick. Oprah Winfrey's opinion goes a long way. However, the Eagles didn't need her validation in understanding Vick's value.
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New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was named AP's Offensive Player of the Year and there isn't much of an argument against it. Brady finished the season with 3,900 passing yards, completing 65.9% of this passes, throwing for 36 touchdowns with only four interceptions, and a 111.0 QB Rating. His touchdown-to-interception ratio of 9.0 is an NFL record. At one point, he threw 355 passes without an INT, which is an amazing feat. Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick finished second in the voting. Brady is the odds-on favorite to be named this past season's NFL MVP.
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The NFC Wild Card weekend kicks off with the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks mixing it up in the Great Northwest on Saturday, January 8th at 4:30PM ET. There has been much ballyhoo about the Seahawks making it into the postseason as NFC West division champions with a losing record (7-9), the first time that's happened in the NFL's history. Feel bad if you're a Tampa Bay Buccaneers or New York Giants fan, both of whom finished with 10-6 records, but because of the current playoff system will be watching instead of playing.
Predictably, I go 3–2 in the final week of the regular season. The season mark runs to 47-36. Wild Card Weekend provides three repeat match-ups from last weekend, but I only see one coming up with the same result. The home teams will get fat on home-cooking and victories this weekend.
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