Archive for: January, 2007

Colts Win or Patriots Win?

Here are a few things to look for in this match up.

Bears Win or Saints Win?

Here are some important keys to look for.

NFC Championship – Weather Evens Playing Field

So, I admit it—I am preoccupied with the weather for the Saints- Bears game on Sunday. For one thing, I live in New England where the weather tends to be difficult to predict and very fickle (winter finally got her a few days ago). Second, I’ve seen the weather affect a lot of football games […]

Weather or not, Will the Saints Brees by the Bears?

That’s the question burning in my brain after having considered the offensive stats of both teams, comparing Brees to Grossman and looking at both defenses. After careful consideration the lines have changed a bit with Chicago no only a 2 to 2.5-point favorite (the home field advantage is 3 points).

NFL – Some Pats Tackling the Flu

Going into the big Championship game against the Colts, some New England Patrtiots are dealing with the flu. WR Troy Brown, OT Ryan O’Callaghan, and DL Mike Wright all missed part of Thursday’s practice due to the flu.

Peyton Manning – Can He Take the Pressure?

No one can argue logically that Peyton Manning is a mediocre QB. Or that he’s not a great QB. He is one of the best of the best. But the Lombardi Trophy has managed to elude the man with the rifle-accurate arm, competitive spirit and QB pedigree. Is this Manning’s time finally?

Suns on the Rise in Phoenix

No they do not have the best record in the NBA, the Dallas Mavericks can lay claim to that. But at 30- 8 (.789 PCT) and having won 26 of their last 28, the team from Phoenix is running like a finely tuned racecar. The team has 6 guys who are averaging 10 or more […]

NFL Division Contests-Alive and Kicking

Okay, if you picked the Bears—they did not cover! If you picked the Chargers—they did not cover! Although one of two NFL favorites won on Sunday and one of two won on Saturday—none of them covered!

Saints and Colts Win– Some Things to Ponder

The Saints beat the Eagles 27- 24 but NOT the point spread. The underdog Colts won in Baltimore by a score of 15- 6, sending the Ravens back to their nests. Here’s a few things to take from both contests.

Are the Eagles Flying into Mission Impossible?

The New Orleans Saints are anywhere from 5.5 to 6-point favorites tonight when they face the Philadelphia Eagles in the Big Easy. There are good reasons for the Saints having that advantage and here they are.

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