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. Week 16 is the second to last week of the 2014 NFL Season. We get it started with Thursday Night Football as the Jacksonville Jaguars play host to the Tennessee Titans. Then as a special Week 16 we get a Saturday doubleheader. First up it is the Washington Redskins hosting the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles will need to run the table and get some help if they are to make it into the post season, while the Skins are just looking to wrap up a dreadful season that has created more questions than answers in the nation’s capital. Then for the night cap it is the San Francisco 49ers hosting the San Diego Chargers. San Francisco won’t be making it back to a 4th consecutive NFC Championship or the post season at all, but if the Chargers can run the table they have a good chance of extending their season. Then it is onto the Sunday action, we start with a huge AFC game. Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers host Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs. A loss in this game most likely ends any chance at a post season run. Another game with huge playoff implications features the Dallas Cowboys hosting the Indianapolis Colts. We also check out Vikings at Dolphins, Packers at Bucs, Bears at Lions, Falcons at Saints, Jets at Patriots, Browns at Panthers, Ravens at Texans, Giants at Rams, and Bills at Raiders. Sunday Night Football doesn’t get any bigger than this one. Ryan Lindley, yes you read that correctly will be hosting Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in what is an NFC West Championship game. A Seattle win would give the Hawks a season sweep of the Cards and move them into 1st place in the division and get them flirting with a first round bye. We finish off Week 16 with Monday Night Football as the Cincinnati Bengals host Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Denver probably won’t catch the patriots for the #1 Seed but the Bengals must win their last two games or they could be on the outside looking in. Get in where you fit in. It’s time for the Week 16 installation of “The Gameplan”.
Hello friends, and welcome to the Week 16 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 16 edition of The TrendZone is in the Dawg Pound in Cleveland. Browns fans finally got to see the player they had been waiting on. Johnny Football finally got to start but it couldn’t have gone any worse. Casey and Dave wade through the aftermath and take a look at the Browns moving forward. Our next stop in the TrendZone takes us down to Big D. Demarco Murray has been unstoppable for the Cowboys, that was until he broke his hand late in the Philly game. Demarco and the Cowboys say he will play if the functionality is there. Casey and Dave explore debate if Demarco should sit or play. Then its off to Arizona where the Cardinals will be playing Ryan Lindley, their 4th different quarterback this season. Casey and Dave debate whether or not Lindley can take the Cards to the promised land. On our last stop in the TrendZone we take a look at the updated post season battles. The AFC Playoff picture is a little closer to being settled than the NFC but we still need the next two weeks to get it locked up . Do your ears and brains a solid, hang out with Casey and Dave at The Football Radio Show. That’s the signpost up ahead, your next stop…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 Week 15 of the 2014 Season. We take it back to Thursday Night Football to get this Sunday 6-Pack started where the Arizona Cardinals became the first team to reach 11 wins as they beat the St. Louis Rams 12-6. Moving on to Sunday, there was so much awesome football goodness to be had, and Casey and Dave watched al of it. Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons were hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers with both teams fighting to stay within reach of a playoff spot. Just way too much Le’Veon Bell as the Steelers won 27-20. Then it was Cleveland that was rocking with Johnny Football and the Browns hosting the Cincinnati Bengals but it was the Bengals and Jeremy Hill that rolled as this game was all Cincy with the Bengals winning 30-0. In what might have been the biggest upset of the day, the Buffalo Bills beat the Green Bay Packers 21-13. Both Aaron Rodgers and the entire Packers team really struggled all day, and the Bills defense was awesome. Down in San Diego the Chargers were hosting the Denver Broncos in a must win for the Bolts. It wasn’t pretty but Peyton Manning and company got the win 22-10. We wrap up The Sunday 6-Pack with a clash of NFC West heavyweights as the Seattle Seahawks were hosting the San Francisco 49ers. It was once again the awesomeness that is Russell Wilson and that lockdown Hawks defense leading Seattle to the 17-7 victory. What an epic Sunday of football! We got it locked at The Football Radio Show, so come hang out and help us crush this “The Sunday 6-Pack” Week 15 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 15 is right about the time where every game has an increased importance. If your teams wants to stay in the Playoff race, this is the time to get it done. We get it started with Thursday Night Football as the St.Louis Rams play host to the Arizona Cardinals. The Rams probably aren’t going to make it to the post season, but they will definitely has a say as to how the NFC West is going to shake out with games left against the Cards, 49ers, and Seahawks. Moving on to the Sunday games, we had down to the Dirty as the Atlanta Falcons host the Pittsburgh Steelers in a huge game for both teams, who are right in the playoff mix. The Battle for Ohio just got helluva lot bigger. When the Cleveland Browns host their in-state and divisional rival Cincinnati Bengals, they will do it with Johnny Manziel making his first start in the NFL. This my friends, will be a must see game. We also take a look at an AFC East showdown when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots host Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins. The Fins took the Week 1 battle, but you know Tom Terrific has revenge on his mind. Then we head out west for two absolutely huge divisional games. First we hit the AFC West as the San Diego Chargers host the Denver Broncos in a must win for the Bolts. Then it is up the coast for an NFC West battle as the Seattle Seahawks host the San Francisco 49ers. The Hawks are closing in on the Cardinals, but the 49ers need a win or will be on the verge of missing the post season. We also preview Raiders at Chiefs, Jaguars at Ravens, Texans at Colts, Bucs at Panthers, Skins at Giants, Packers at Bills, Vikings at Lions, and Jets at Titans. Sunday Night Football doesn’t get any bigger than this one. Shady McCoy and the Philadelphia Eagles host Demarco Murray and the Dallas Cowboys in what is pretty much an NFC East championship game. Whoever wins will be completely stoked while the loser is going to nee a lot of hep to make it into the post season. We finish off Week 15 with Monday Night Football with what looked like a good game when the schedule came out,not so much now. Smokin’ Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears host Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. Even though the Bears have the better record, they are pretty much dead, while the Saints keep on living because they reside in the NFC South. Location, location, location. It’s not a sexy way to finish the week, but we love it anyway. In case you didn’t know, Casey and Dave have got you dialed in. It’s time for the Week 15 installation of “The Gameplan”.
Hello friends, and welcome to the Week 15 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 15 edition of The TrendZone is in the Dawg Pound in Cleveland. Lots of controversy surrounding the quarterback position for the Browns. Wow, this really feels like deja vu, oh wait, it is. Johnny Football is handing the clipboard to Brian Hoyer and Johnny is scheduled to make his first start in the NFL against their hated in-state rival Cincinnati Bengals. Will this be the spark that propels the Browns towards the playoffs? No one is sure, but the anticipation for this game just got turnt up to 11. On our final stop in the TrendZone is all about the post season. With so much divisional goodness this weekend, the picture is starting to become a little clearer, but will definitely remain murky in both the AFC and NFC for at least another week, or two, or three. Do your ears and brains a solid, hang out with Casey and Dave at The Football Radio Show. 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. 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. With playoff births and divisional races tightening up, Week 15 of the NFL season delivers some mega divisional goodness. We get it started in the AFC North as Andy Dalton and the 8-4-1 Cincinnati Bengals visit the 7-6 Cleveland Browns in what could be Johnny Manziel’s first start in the NFL. Both teams are coming off of very disappointing losses, but Cincy still holds a slim lead in the division. Another loss by the Browns however will all but completely squash their post season dreams. In a huge NFC West battle Russell Wilson and the 9-4 Seattle Seahawks host Colin Kaepernick and the 7-6 San Francisco 49ers. Seattle looks to be returning to the form that took them all the way to the Super Bowl last year while the 49ers just need something to feel good about. A win against their arch rivals would be the perfect catalyst to get the 49ers headed back in the right direction. We wrap up 3 AND OUT on Sunday Night Football, and it is going to be a good one. Mark Sanchez and the 9-4 Philadelphia Eagles host Tony Romo and the 9-4 Dallas Cowboys. A Philly win would give them the season sweep over the Boys and pretty much lock up the NFC East. If Dallas can find a way to win they control their own destiny. On a week like this Sunday can’t get here quick enough. It’s Week 15 and it guarantees to be awesome. All you have to do is plug in. This is The Football Radio Show, and it’s time to go 3 AND OUT.