National Football Conference, Eastern Division
Hello friends, and welcome to The TrendZone. Each week on The TrendZone we give you our expert opinions and analysis of the top trending stories in the NFL. Here at the Football Radio Show if we’re awake, we are thinking about football. If we are asleep, we are dreaming about it. We’re in one of the quietest times of the NFL calendar year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still a bunch of hot topics that are trending. one of the biggest being the saga of Adrian Peterson. AD met with the Commish this week to talk about his reinstatement, and the general consensus is that he IS back on track to get back to football. Although Peterson has hinted that a fresh start might be his best option. Does that mean this star could still end up with a star on his helmet within the next few months? Casey and Dave offer up their take on this trip into the TrendZone. Our next stop picks up the biggest debate leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft. Tampa Bay is on the clock with an opportunity to land the new face of their franchise. Will that face be named Winston or Mariota. Casey and Dave chime in on which QB they would take if faced with that decision. Our final stop in the TrendZone gives Football Radio Show Dave the floor to put to rest all the rumors surrounding current Chargers signal caller Philip Rivers. Rivers decided to play out his contract before determining his next move. Will that move take him to the Tennessee Titans? We’re gonna let you know. That’s the signpost up ahead – your next stop, The TrendZone!
Here at The Football Radio Show, we don’t believe in such a thing as too much football. If it’s only Tuesday, and you are already getting ready for Sunday, then you speak our language. We don’t believe that is ever too early to start getting pumped up for next week’s NFL action. If you’re like us, and constantly looking for that next football fix, then you are definitely in the right place, so welcome home. Football Radio Show’s Casey and Dave always run the prevent defense. As in, we prevent you from having to go without football. Welcome to 3 AND OUT. Obviously there are no games on the NFL schedule, but that doesn’t mean it ain’t going crazy! The 2015 NFL league year opened up with free agency, but it was the trades that made early headlines. Starting the madness was the New Orleans Saints trading Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks. As things were just starting to heat up the St. Louis Rams traded Sam Bradford to the Philadelphia Eagles for Nick Foles. If that trade didn’t make enough headlines, Chip Kelly’s next move was straight front page bold type, when the Philadelphia Eagles were able to pry DeMarco Murray away from the Dallas Cowboys. Not only do the Cowboys have to face Murray and the Eagles twice a year, they have to figure out a way to replace last year’s leading rusher. The Boys quickly signed Darren McFadden, but you can expect Dallas to nab a back in the draft as well. Casey and Dave sift through the madness as we make our way through the first week of free agency. This is The Football Radio Show, and it’s time to go 3 AND OUT.
Hello friends, and welcome to The TrendZone. Each week on The TrendZone we give you our expert opinions and analysis of the top trending stories in the NFL. Here at the Football Radio Show if we’re awake, we are thinking about football. If we are asleep, we are dreaming about it. The 2015 NFL League Year has now officially begun and is moving at a break neck pace. The action on Tuesday was fast and furious. Not only were there many huge free agents signing new contracts with new teams, but there were also several blockbuster trades as well. Probably the biggest trade of the day was between the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks. Starting next September, Jimmy Graham catching touchdown passes from Russell Wilson instead of Drew Brees as Graham is now on the Seahawks. Chip Kelly started making headlines when he sent LeSean Shady McCoy to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. He followed that up with another huge trade when he shipped quarterback Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford. On the defensive side of the ball, the Baltimore Ravens sent defensive tackle Haloti Ngata to the Detroit Lions. So much good NFL action and we haven’t even gotten to DeMarco Murray or Adrian Peterson. It is going to be one hell of a ride through this 2015 NFL Free Agency edition of The TrendZone!
Welcome to “The Sunday 6-Pack” Casey and Dave of The Football Radio Show are bringing the people a six pack of the tastiest NFL stories from the first week of March 2015. The NFL Season doesn’t really ever end. Just because there aren’t any games on the schedule, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a ton of things happening. We are just a few days away from the opening of free agency and there might not be a bigger free agent out there than DeMarco Murray. Jerry Jones and the entire Dallas Cowboys organization would love t have him back after he led the NFL in rushing during the 2014 season. Casey and Dave explore the possibility of Murray finding a new home. DeMarco isn’t the only running back Out there that might have a new team in 2015. Casey and Dave also look into the futures of LeSean McCoy and Adrian Peterson. Running backs aren’t the only players featured in this Sunday 6-Pack, we also look at Dez Bryant’s future in Dallas as well. For this Sunday 6-Pack we also hit the competition committee ad well as one of the most unlikely of parings, that’s right Raiders and Chargers living together. Sounds impossible? Not if Oakland and SanDiego can’t get stadiums built. We got it locked at The Football Radio Show, so come hang out and help us crush this “The Sunday 6-Pack”. We’re not the suits that talk football, we’re the dudes that KNOW football.
Hello friends, and welcome to The TrendZone. Each week on The TrendZone we give you our expert opinions and analysis of the top trending stories in the NFL. Here at the Football Radio Show if we’re awake, we are thinking about football. If we are asleep, we are dreaming about it. Super Bowl XLIX is now a distant memory, the NFL Draft is still over two months away, but in the far away distance there is a shimmering light. In just under six months from now, the 2015 NFL Season will begin with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings going at it in the Hall of Fame Game. So we have that going for us. Yet the NFL truly never sleeps and so it is never too early to look ahead. Our first step in the TrendZone takes an early look at the hardest and easiest schedules from the upcoming season. Our next stop in the TrendZone dives into the backfield to discuss some of the uncertainty facing Marsahwn Lynch, DeMarco Murray, and Adrian Peterson. Our final stop in the TrendZone hits the brand new NFL Veteran Combine. A second chance for players with some pro experience to continue living the dream of playing in the NFL. Casey and Dave explore the darkness of the offseason on this episode of The TrendZone.
Hello friends, and welcome to the Super BowlXLIX edition of The TrendZone. Each week on The TrendZone we give you our expert opinions and analysis of the top trending stories in the NFL. Here at the Football Radio Show if we’re awake, we are thinking about football. If we are asleep, we are dreaming about it. Another NFL season is in the books and we finally have the new world champion. On paper, Super Bowl XLIX looked like a completely awesome match up. Tom Brady and the AFC Champion 14-4 New England Patriots did battle against Russell Wilson and the NFC Champion 14-4 Seattle Seahawks. It’s rare that a game lives up to the hype, but Super Bowl XLIX did not disappoint. It was Tom Terrific winning his fourth Super Bowl and his third Super Bowl MVP as the New England Patriots beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24. Although like most post season games this year, there was plenty of controversy. At least this time it wasn’t because of bad officiating, but what many are calling bad coaching. Facing second and goal from inside the Patriots one, coach Pete Carroll decided to not feed Beast Mode, calling what will become one of the most infamous plays in Super Bowl history. A Russell Wilson pass that was intercepted by Malcolm Butler sealing the win for the Pats. It’s the last and biggest game of the 2014 NFL Season and The Football Radio Show has it locked down! So come hang out, reminisce about the glory that was Super Bowl XLIX and take one last trip with us into the TrendZone! We’re not the suits that talk football, we’re the dudes that KNOW football.