This is one of the first Sunday’s in a long time that I’ve entered this blog. Today I am at my mom’s just a week before Christmas with my daughter while my wife hosts a cookie exchange. But I’ll be at home later to watch the biggest game of the season in my mind: the Buccaneers vs. the Cowboys in Dallas on Sunday Night Football.
Today the match-ups that will take up my time are the New York Giants hosting the Detroit Lions in the Land of the Sopranos. Also the Cincinnati Bengals host the Pittsburgh Steelers in Marvin Lewis’ last ride.
It’s Sunday and each day is a blessing. Back later to write about Jameis Winston vs. Dak Prescott.
It’s time to start loving the NFL again (now that baseball is all but over).
And the NFL has responded with a picture perfect Sunday. The weather has finally cooled off. The Giants are playing the Rams in London at 9:30 AM.
Then the Titans host the Colts with a chance at first place in the division. And at 4:00 the Buccaneers head to San Francisco to take on the niners. It’s going to be a glorious Sunday.
It’s Sunday, and it’s already week five. Having two children has really cut into my blogging time. I think too this busy period shall pass.
I’ll be watching the Titans at the Dolphins for a bit today. It’s a revenge game for Tennessee – this was the game Marcus Mariota got hurt last year. But let’s be honest. It will probably get out of hand and I’ll turn it off. All my teams are awful.
Enjoy your Sunday all!
It’s been a looooong NFL offseason. It’s opening week in the NFL, and it’s going to be another crazy Sunday in the life. The Titans host the Vikings, the Buccaneers are in Atlanta, the Bengals are at the Land of the Sopranos and the Giants are in Dallas among some other big tilts; those are the games we will have our eyes on.
Barstool Big Cat said it best. Savor it.
Back with some recaps later!
It’s Divisional Round Sunday, and this is the biggest game in Cam Newton’s career taking place in Charlotte today. It’s uncharacteristically cold in Charlotte today. I am very worried for the Carolina Panthers, I want them to grab this game. It’s 39 degrees in Charlotte right now.
The late game is in Denver, the elements will be a factor there as well. It could be Peyton Manning’s last ride against the Steelers.
It’s the best Sunday of the year. The biggest Sunday of the year. Please God let the Panthers advance.
It’s Wildcard Sunday, and Wildcard Saturday had one of the wildest finishes I remember in years. Absolutely phenomenal games coming up today.
The Vikings host the Seahawks in the day’s most interesting game, with Minnesota having sub-zero temperatures and Teddy Bridgewater and the Vikings being the biggest home underdogs of the weekend at somewhere between +5.5 and +4.5.
In the late game, the Redskins host the Packers in rainy Washington. Just two games today for the first time in many months on a Sunday. I think they’ll both be tight. Enjoy your Sunday.
It’s Sunday, and my entire family has the flu. It’s Tom Coughlin’s final Sunday in the Land of the Sopranos so they say. We are hoping that we get a spirited effort to send Coughlin out a winner in New York.
At 4:25, the Panthers hold serve for the Buccaneers and try to lock up the number one seed. The masterpiece of the entire day is the Lambeau Field game for the NFC North title between the Packers and the Vikings.