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One on One's NFL Friday: Week 15, 2013

by Kelly Kultys

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. 

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 14, 2013

by Kelly Kultys

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. 

Monday Night Quarterback Playoff Edition: Sacred Heart Analysis, Towson Preview

by Julian Atienza

WFUV Sports || Matt Crowe

Last Saturday's victory over the Sacred Heart Pioneers, 37-27, marked the first time the Fordham Rams won a playoff game at Jack Coffey Field.  In advancing to the second round of the FCS playoffs, the Rams improved to 7-0 at home and 12-1 overall, both are now Fordham records. Fordham Head Coach Joe Moorhead hopes the team can continue their record shattering season. He sat down with Mike Watts and Nick Logerfo to recap and analyze this home playoff win.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 13, 2013

by Matt Moro

Yesterday was Thanksgiving, so that means triple the Thursday Night football to cover on this post-turkey edition of One on One's NFL Friday.

Mack Rosenberg and Shaun Cohen take a look at all three of yesterday's Thanksgiving matchups, including a big win in Detroit, a Dallas comeback, and an exciting nightcap between the Steelers and Ravens in Baltimore.

Weak Slate Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Don’t Watch

by Kevin Kelly

Flickr || jamierytlewski

I’d rather not watch Matt Flynn play football anymore. Matthew Stafford really enjoys throwing the ball to the other team. I really don’t want to see Jerry Jones’ face. The Raiders are… well, the Raiders. The Ravens and Steelers aren’t particularly exciting this year.

However, I’ll still be on the floor in pain, moaning because I ate too much, watching the Turkey Day games.

Enough negativity. Let me provide 10 reasons to maintain some level of excitement as we approach Thursday’s games!