National Football Conference, Eastern Division
Hello friends, and welcome to the Week 13 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. Our first stop on the Week 13 edition of The TrendZone is in the NFC South where a team with at least seven losses will make it into the Playoffs, and a 2-9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers team is still alive in the hunt for post season. Move it on over to the AFC North where all four teams are three games over .500 and there is the distinct possibility that a 10 win team will be watching football from the couch in January. Our next stop in the TrendZone examines the 2014 rookie class at wide receiver. There hasn’t been a class to have such an immediate impact in a long time, if ever. Casey and Dave talk about some of the breakout performers. Our last stop in the TrendZone swings us over to take a look at Football Radio Show Dave’s brand new Week 13 Power Rankings. Too tasty to be missed. That ‘s the signpost up ahead, your next stop…The TrendZone!
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 in the NFL. A little added bonus for giving thanks hits the calendar this week as the new custom of the NFL is the Thanksgiving Day triple header. We kick things off on Thanksgiving in Detroit as Matt Stafford and the Detroit Lions host Smokin’ Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears. After back to back losses in which the Bears gave up over 50 points they have responded by putting together back to back victories. The Lions on the other hand have lost two straight games without scoring a touchdown. Both teams badly need a win and nothing is better than getting that win versus a divisional foe. Then we head to Dallas as Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys host Mark Sanchez and the Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams come into this game tied at the top of the NFC East at 8-3. Whoever wins gets sole possession of first place and the inside track to hosting at least one playoff game come January. Then it’s quite the tasty nightcap to finish off the day as Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers host Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Even though these two teams have represented the NFC in the Super Bowl the last two years with the Seahawks hoisting the Lombardi last February, both teams still trail the Arizona Cardinals and the loser of this game wildest likely be watching the Playoffs from home. Plenty to be thankful for on this Week 13 Thanksgiving Day triple header. So get your grub on and hang out with Casey and Dave. It’s time for the Week 13 Thanksgiving Day Special 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. Week 13 of the NFL season offers up some amazing games as we creep towards December. We get it started with the Thanksgiving night cap NFC West style. Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers host Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Both teams come in at 7-4 and both teams trail the Arizona Cardinals. whoever wins still has an outside shot at winning the West, but the loser might be kissing their playoffs hopes goodbye. Another epic game on the Week 13 schedule has two of the hottest teams in the NFL going head to head when the Green Bay Packers host the New England Patriots. It will be the first time Brady and Rodgers have ever done battle in the NFL and could quite possibly be a Super Bowl preview. Our lat hit on 3 AND OUT is all AFC West when Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs host Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. This may be the Chiefs last chance to get back into the race to win their division, but Peyton and the boys need the win to keep the road through the Playoffs going through Denver. Let’s all be thankful for some great NFL action. It’s Week 13 and this is The Football Radio Show. Let’s 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 Week 12 of the 2014 Season. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, any NFL team securing a win has plenty to be thankful for. Starting with the Oakland Raiders on Thursday Night Football. They ended their season long misery by beating their division rival Kansas City Chiefs 24-20, who came into the game as one of the hottest teams in the NFL. We head to New England as we move into Sunday’s action in what was supposed to be a battle between two heavyweights, but the Detroit Lions looked more like Glass Joe than Mike Tyson as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots punched out the Lions 34-9. Next up on The Sunday 6-Pack we head down to Houston where it has been a house of horrors for Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Dalton Gang extracted some revenge by beating the Texans 22-13. Down in the dirty, Brian Hoyer and the Cleveland Browns were able to overcome three Hoyer interceptions to comeback and beat the Falcons on a last second Billy Cundiff field goal 26-24. Another big time game in Seattle as Russell Wilson and the Super Bowl Champion Seahawks were hosting the NFC West leading Arizona Cardinals in a must win for the Hawks. The Legion of Boom was in effect and the Champs won 19-3. Last week the Denver Broncos were stunned by the St. Louis Rams, this week Peyton Manning and company were hosting Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins. The game was all Dolphins early on but the Broncos erased a second half 15 point deficit eventually holding on for the win 39-36. Here at The Football Radio Show, we’re gearing up for the playoff push, so hang out and help us crush this “The Sunday 6-Pack” Week 12 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. Week 12 kicks off with Thursday Night Football. It is an AFC West battle as the Oakland Raiders host the red hot Kansas City Chiefs. While the Raiders are still looking for their first win, the Chiefs best not get caught peeking ahead to next week’s game against the Broncos. Another huge game on this tasty Sunday is Tom Brady and the New England Patriots hosting Matt Stafford and the Detroit Lions. A Lions win could turn some heads but don’t count that money while you’re sitting at the table. That’s not it for huge games this weekend. We also have Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks hosting Drew Stanton and the Arizona Cardinals. And definitely don’t sleep on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos hosting Ryan Tannehil and he Miami Dolphins. We also preview and dig into Browns at Falcons, Titans at Eagles, Packers at Vikings, Jags at Colts, bengals at Texans, Jets at Bills, Bucs at Bears, Rams at Chargers, and Skins at 49ers. We go old school for Sunday Night Football. Eli Manning and the New York Giants host Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas needs just two wins to break the curse of 8-8, getting one against the G-Men would be a great place to start. We wrap Week 12 with Monday Night Football featuring Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints host Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens in a big time game for both teams. If you had plans to do anything besides watch football all day Sunday, cancel them and make sure you hang out with Casey and Dave. It’s time for the Week 12 installation of “The Gameplan”.
Hello friends, and welcome to the Week 12 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. Our first stop on the Week 12 edition of The TrendZone proves yet again that the grass isn’t always greener for Legarrette Blount. Blount’s time with the Pittsburgh Steelers went up in smoke after he decided to bail on his teammates during Monday Night Football. Well at least now he will be able to pursue his more important hobbies (cough cough). Our next stop in the TrendZone is an All Day affair that doesn’t look like there is an end in sight. The Commish says that Adrian Peterson will be shut down for the rest of the season. Peterson’s camp doesn’t seem to agree, so this might get even uglier before it gets better. Blount and Peterson aren’t the only running backs that seeking gruntledness. Our last stop in the TrendZone swings us over to take a look at Football Radio Show Casey’s brand new Week 12 Power Rankings. Too tasty to be missed. That ‘s the signpost up ahead, your next stop…The TrendZone!