12/20/2012

2012 NFL Playoff Projections: Week 16

There are only two weeks left in the season and there is still much to be decided in both conferences on the road to the playoffs. Here are my playoff projections for week 16.

Are the Blue Jays the team to beat in the AL East?

With the exception of the Los Angeles Dodgers, the most aggressive club this offseason has been the Toronto Blue Jays, who have made a pair of trades with woebegone N.L. East teams to bolster their roster. After taking part in the Marlins' epic firesale that brought Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson, Mark Buerhle, Emilio Bonifacio and John Buck north of the border in exchange for some prospects and other spare parts, the Jays made a move for N.L. Cy Young Award winner recipient R.A. Dickey while sending their top prospects, catcher Travis D'Arnaud and starter Noah Syndergaard to Queens. After these bold moves, are the Blue Jays now the team to beat in the A.L. East?

12/18/2012

2012 NFL Week 16 Picks

Only two weeks left to go in the 2012 NFL season and there is still much to be decided. Perhaps most notably, who will win the NFC East? The Redskins, Giants and Cowboys are all tied at 8-6 for first place and all three have potentially tough games this week. Who will get the upper hand going into the final week?

12/17/2012

2012 NFL on CBS Announcers & Distribution: Week 16

For the second to last Sunday of the NFL season, CBS has a singleheader with eight games on the docket. The primary game of the slate is Bengals-Steelers, while other folks will see Titans-Packers, Chargers-Jets, Patriots-Jaguars, Colts-Chiefs, Raiders-Panthers, Bills-Dolphins or the late game Browns-Broncos. Continue reading for announcers and distribution.

12/16/2012

2012 NFL on FOX Announcers & Distribution: Week 16

We have reached the second to last week in the 2012 NFL season and FOX Sports has a doubleheader. In the early window, Saints-Cowboys is the primary game while others will see Vikings-Texans, Redskins-Eagles or Rams-Buccaneers. In the late window, most will see Giants-Ravens will others seeing Bears-Cardinals. Continue reading for announcers and distribution.