NFL Divisional Championships

Texans/Patriots In the first half, Houston made the Patriots believe they had a problem, but even on Tom Brady’s worst day, he and his hopeful AFC Championship bound brothers beat up on the Texans 31-16. Running back Dion Lewis was the star of Gillette Stadium with a receiving, rushing, and… Read more“NFL Divisional Championships”

Falcons Pound The Packers/Patriots Are Back In The Super Bowl Saddle With A Win Over Steelers

AFC/NFC Championship Playoffs The Atlanta Falcons gave the Georgia Dome a well suited send off, pounding the Green Bay Packers 44-21, advancing to the Super Bowl for the second time in franchise history. In their final game in the stadium soon to be demolished, the newly crowned NFC Champion Falcons… Read more“Falcons Pound The Packers/Patriots Are Back In The Super Bowl Saddle With A Win Over Steelers”

The Wearisome Wild Card Weekend

RAIDERS/TEXANS Brock Osweiler, given the keys back to the starting quarterback position, led the Texans to a convincing 27-14 win over the downtrodden Derek Carr deficient Raiders.   A concussion to the backup he was benched for, Tom Savage, forced head coach Bill O’Brien to put his faith in Osweiler’s precarious… Read more“The Wearisome Wild Card Weekend”

NFL Week 17 Recaps

COWBOYS/EAGLES Philadelphia got some brotherly love from Dallas’ predominately Dak Prescottless Cowboys with a 27-13 win that featured the return of the Lone Star State’s veteran son, Tony Romo, who triumphed on his first drive completing 3 of 4 passes, capped by a 3 yard touchdown pass. Third string quarterback… Read more“NFL Week 17 Recaps”

The Cardinals Advance to the NFC Championship Despite Aaron Rodgers’ Hail Mary

Two teams got a close shave on Saturday, but it ironically had nothing to do with the teams who played at Gillette Stadium. Tom Brady and his wrecking crew of receivers may have broken Kansas City’s 11 game winning streak to advance to the AFC Championship, but the dramatic story… Read more“The Cardinals Advance to the NFC Championship Despite Aaron Rodgers’ Hail Mary”