Archive | November, 2014

NFL: Miami Dolphins at New York Jets Preview

Ryan TannehillWith the 2014 season coming toward a close, the (6-5) Miami Dolphins travel to MetLife Stadium to take on the (2-8) New York Jets (8.30pm ET, Monday). With playoffs likely off the table for both of these teams, this one is for AFC East divisional pride. Let’s take a look at how these two match up.

After what can only be described as a tumultuous year under center for more …

NFL: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys Preview

DeMarco MurrayThe NFL is serving up a great slate of games to go alongside with your Thanksgiving turkey and that includes the showstopper, the divisional match-up between the (8-3) Philadelphia Eagles and (8-3) Dallas Cowboys (4:25pm EST, Thursday).

There are so many storylines leading up to this game that it wouldn’t do justice to try to explain them all in one article. There is the more …

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints Preview

Drew BreesWith the playoffs in sight, the (4-6) New Orleans Saints host the (6-4) Baltimore Ravens at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for a Monday night match up you won’t want to miss (8:30pm EST on ESPN).

It is a safe bet to say that every team in the NFL wishes they were in the NFC South right now. If they were, they’d have a more …

NFL: New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts Preview

Tom BradyWith the NFL regular season reaching its climax, the (6-3) Indianapolis Colts and (7-2) New England Patriots, two teams whose rivalry has seen a string of recent successes, go at it with high stakes on the line (8:30pm EST, Sunday on NBC).

The teams, both leading their respective divisions, have a lot to play for as the winner of the game could play a big role in more …

NFL: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers Preview

Aaron RodgersIt is week 10 of the NFL season and time for the second installment of the NFL’s longest standing rivalry, between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears (8:30pm EST, Sunday).

Earlier this year when the two teams met, (3-5) Chicago looked like the team to beat in the NFC North. They had won two of their first three games and were welcoming the Packers into the confines of the not-so friendly Soldier Field. (5-3) Green Bay on the more …