National Football Conference, Eastern Division
Welcome to “The Gameplan”. Each and every week Casey and Dave and The Football Radio Show gather the most insider information to let you know who is going to come out on top on NFL Sunday. The 2014 NFL Season kicked off last September and now the last kickoff is just a few short days away. 32 teams started the season with the goal of playing in Super Bowl XLIX but only two teams survived the journey and on Sunday we will crown a new World Champion. Tom Brady and the 14-4 AFC Champion New England Patriots will battle Russell Wilson and the 14-4 NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. Last year, Russell and the Hawks crushed the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII in a blowout 43-8. Now, Seattle looks to become the first team to win back to back Super Bowls since Tom Brady and the Patriots did so in Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX. This is also the second year in a row that the #1 Seeds from both conference advanced to the big game. Even though both teams didn’t start the season looking like contenders, down the stretch there weren’t two hotter teams. This game also features another NFL milestone, a record setting 6th trip to the Super Bowl for the coaching and qb combo between Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. They’ve lost their last two appearances, but with a win Tom Brady can become just the 3rd qb to lead his team to four world titles. Russell Wilson is making his second trip to the Super Bowl in just his third NFL Season. Even with two high profile quarterbacks in this game the running backs look to take center stage. Seattle’s Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch is “just about that action, boss” and for the Patriots, LaGarrette Blount looks to force some trauma on one of the best defenses in the NFL. It is gonna be off the chain, so come hang with Casey and Dave and get dialed in before the best sporting event in the world! Get your mind right and get fired up for the Super Bowl XLIX installation of “The Gameplan”.
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. The show that takes an early look ahead at the biggest games from the upcoming week. We get the early lines and the early information straight to the people. So plug in, fire it up, and hit that Football Radio Show goodness. Just one short week away from Super Bowl XLIX. Tom Brady and the AFC Champion New England Patriots take on Russell Wilson and the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. Casey and Dave can’t wait any longer to start talking up the biggest storylines about the biggest game in all of sports. It’s the New England Patriots vs the Seattle Seahawks and we couldn’t be more stoked. Casey and Dave hit you with the early details as we make our way to what many people already consider a national holiday. We are finally ready and this is The Football Radio Show. It’s time to go 3 AND OUT.
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. The show that takes an early look ahead at the biggest games from the upcoming week. We get the early lines and the early information straight to the people. So plug in, fire it up, and hit that Football Radio Show goodness. Four teams entered Championship Sunday, and only two survived to do battle in Super Bowl XLIX. Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks hosted Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship. Danger-Russ and the Hawks broke the hearts of Packers fans all around the world with their dramatic come from behind overtime 28-22 victory over the Packers. We wrapped it up with the AFC Championship as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots hosted Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts. Tom and the Pats proved Luck and the Colts still have a long way to go as the Patriots demolished Indy 45-7. So we are finally ready for Super Bowl XLIX. It’s the New England Patriots vs the Seattle Seahawks. Casey and Dave hit you with the early details as we make our way to the biggest game there is. This is The Football Radio Show, and it’s time to go 3 AND OUT.
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 Championship Sunday. Another NFL season is almost in the books, just one little game left to play. Super Bowl XLIX is finally set and it will be Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks going up against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. But first let’s go back and see how they got here. Getting it started first was the NFC Championship. Defending Super bowl Champs, the 13-4 Seattle Seahawks hosted Aaron Rodgers and the 13-4 Green Bay Packers. It started out all bad for the Seahawks and for most of the day it looked like it wasn’t Rusell Wilson’s or the Hawks’ day. It was Green Bay winning 19-7 late in the 4th quarter when the Seattle offense finally came to life in one of the most epic comebacks in NFL postseason history. Russell’s redemption came in overtime as he hit Jermaine Kearse for the 35 yard game winner. Seattle is going back to the Super Bowl with the 28-22 win. Then it was on to the AFC Championship as Tom Brady and the 13-4 AFC East Champion New England Patriots hosting Andrew Luck and the 13-5 AFC South Champion Indianapolis Colts. This game wasn’t nearly as exciting, and not nearly as close. LeGarrette Blount ran all over a Colts defense that looked absolutely helpless at times. Tom Brady and the Patriots crushed the Colts 45-7 and are going to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XLIX. It will be the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks doing battle in the desert. An epic Sunday set the stage for Super Bowl Sunday and The Football Radio Show has it locked down, so come hang out and help us crush this “The Sunday 6-Pack” Championship Sunday style. We’re not the suits that talk football, we’re the dudes that KNOW football.
Welcome to “The Gameplan”. Each and every week Casey and Dave and The Football Radio Show gather the most insider information to let you know who is going to come out on top on NFL Sunday. The Divisional Round of the Playoffs was everything we hoped it would be. We had both thrilling victories and heartbreaking losses. Throw in a crazy upset for ish and giggles and now we are set for Championship Sunday. Last Saturday Night, Russell Wilson and the defending Super Bowl Champion 13-4 Seattle Seahawks and the 12th Man disposed of Cam Newton and the NFC South Champion Carolina Panthers 31-17. Shadowed in controversy, Aaron Rodgers and the 13-4 NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers beat Tony Romo and the NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys 26-21. This Sunday the season ends for one of these two teams in the same place that the 2014 NFL Season began. The Seahawks host the Packers for the right to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLIX. We wrap up Championship Sunday where the past and future are on a collision course. In the Divisional Round, Tom Brady and the 13-4 AFC East Champion New England Patriots beat Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens in an instant classic 35-31. While last week, Andrew Luck and the 13-5 AFC South Champion Indianapolis Colts ended the season of Peyton Manning and the AFC West Champion Denver Broncos 24-13. No big deal, just an opportunity to go to the SUPER BOWL! So get ready for the Conference Championship installation of “The Gameplan”.
Hello friends, and welcome to the Divisional Weekend 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. Divisional Weekend is in the books and while we had some awesome football, it didn’t come without its share of controversy. Our first stop in the TrendZone takes us back to Green Bay where Tony Romo led the Dallas Cowboys into Lambeau Field. At times it looked like Romo was going to get the Cowboys to the NFC Championship game. None more than on his final dramatic 4th and 2 pass to Dez Bryant, which appeared to give the Boys and 1st and goal from the Packer’s one yard line. In a reversal of fortune of last week’s fortune, the NFL Gods taketh back from which they hath given, reversing the would-be 1st down and leaving the Cowboys out in the cold. Casey and Dave look back on this highly questionable call. We keep it in Dallas for our second stop in the TrendZone as the coaching carousel begins to spin even before the post season is completed. Life moves pretty fast in the NFL, if you don’t stop to take a look around once in awhile, you might miss it. Casey and Dave give their first impressions on the upcoming madness. Speaking of the coaching carousel, the Denver Broncos went from one of the favorites to win Super Bowl XLIX, to having more questions than answers, and more questions than head coaches. John Fox and the Broncos parted ways after what many now consider a failed experiment. Casey and Dave explore the land of coaching changes on this Divisional Weekend edition of The TrendZone.