April 24th marks two weeks until the NFL Draft. That’s 19 weeks until the season kicks off featuring two of the league’s best teams in Green Bay and Seattle. There’s a whole offseason of workouts, minicamps and actual training camps ahead of these 32 teams, but already many Jets fans have marked the season as over.
Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post spoke with Kelly Kultys and Nick Logerfo today about the Jets and their newest quarterback Michael Vick. Cannizzaro also touched on the rumors that the Jets may aquire DeSean Jackson from the Eagles.
The Wounded Warriors defeated the 9/11 First Responders in their annual football game, 32-14.
It's a nitty-gritty episode this week as the NFL Playoffs are about to begin. Kenny and Nolan give you a detailed analysis of the four playoff games this weekend. Kenny explains why the Chargers aren't to be taken lightly and Nolan tells you why Aaron Rodgers and the Pack should prevail in the frozen tundra.
Ryan Ruocco (@RyanRuocco), host of YES's This Week in Football, National NFL Broadcaster on ESPN Radio, and WFUV Alumn joined One on One Saturday to preview some of Week 17's big matchups. He told us who he thinks will fill the final Wild Card spot in the AFC, plus who the most dangerous NFC team is. Additionally, we chatted about whether or not Rex Ryan should be fired, and what the Giants must do in the offseason.
Well that was quick. Its already time for the regualar season finale of One on One's NFL Friday. Mack Rosenberg and Shaun Cohen take a look into all the intriguing scenarios that have developed here in Week 17.
Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg start the show off disscussing the crazy Week 15 results inculding:Baltimore's win over the Lions powered by Justin Tucker, and the development of Ryan Tannehill in Miami's upset over New England. They also debate if Tony Romo was to blame in the Cowboys collapse against the Packers. NFL writer Clark Judge joins the guys later in the General NFL segment to give his take on the developing AFC and NFC playoff pictures.
DJ Sixsmith makes his NFL Friday return after a 10-week hiatus to host with Nolan Silbernagel. The guys discuss the Chargers Thursday night upset over the number one team in the AFC, the Broncos. They also offer their opinions on the quarterback controversy taking place in Chicago, as well as Aaron Rodgers' health.
Mack and Nolan jump right in to the chaotic sports day that was December 6th, which included the firing of Texans' head coach Gary Kubiak. The guys discussed what the Texans need to do to get back on track. Mack and Nolan then previewed the potential playoff picture in both leagues as the season heads toward the end.