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EndScore Report: NFL Week One Predictions

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: Editorial, NFL,

Michael Vick leads the Philadelphia Eagles into a season full of expectationsIn this episode of EndScore Report, DV and Chris take a look at the match-ups of the first week of NFL action for the 2011 NFL season. We recorded too late to predict the winner of the Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints game, but we have you covered for every other game. How will the mighty Philadelphia Eagles do with all of the expectations on them versus the St. Louis Rams? We start off quickly in regards to potential playoff implications between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. LISTEN to find out our thoughts on these and the complete slate of games the first Sunday of the NFL season.

 

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Pittsburgth Steelers defeat Baltimore Ravens to move on to AFC championship

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: News, NFL, Playoffs,

Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers beat the Baltimore Ravens againIn what was being hyped up as a game that would be equivalent to a boxing match, as well as possible a lower scoring game, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens didn't disappoint in that it was a hard-fought game. However, no one saw the scoring that would happen with the Steelers beating the Ravens 31-24. The Ravens actually went into the half with a 21-7 lead, but the home team Steelers came out strong in the second half, outscoring the Ravens 24-3. Ben Roethlisberger threw for two touchdowns while Rashard Mendenhall ran for a couple of scores. Next up is the AFC championship for Pittsburgh.

 

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The EndScore Report: AFC Divisional Series Predictions

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: NFL, Playoffs,

Baltimore Ravens versus Pittsburgh Steelers will be roughChris Sannella and Dennis Velasco break down and make their picks for the AFC Divisional Series, which include the Baltimore Ravens versus Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets versus New England Patriots. The Ravens and Steelers matchup will be a boxing match as both teams play hard-nosed defense, but which offense will raise the team to victory? The Jets seek revenge for a 45-3 shellacking at the hands of the Patriots in New England earlier in the season. Can the Jets keep Tom Brady off the field long enough to score enough points and win against all odds?

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EndScore Sports Podcast: AFC Wildcard Weekend Preview

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: NFL, Playoffs,

Peyton Manning getting hit by David HarrisDennis Velasco and Chris Sannella breakdown the AFC Wildcard Weekend games between the New York Jets versus Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs versus Baltimore Ravens. We pick our winners from each game, highlighting the play of Peyton Manning, the Jets defensive pressure, the Chiefs' running game, and the Ravens' talent on both sides of the ball. Listen to the podcast after the jump.

 

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True Predictions: Saints, Colts, Vikings and Chargers Will Hold Serve

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

Dallas Cowboys The quarterfinals of the NFL tournament are set. Last week I went 2-2. Season record hits 46-36. There’s a reason why the upcoming playoff home teams got byes last week. They’re a cut above the competition. The favored New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals lost last weekend. Were they out-played or just not so good? Will any of the favorites this week be out-played or have a bad day?

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True Predictions: Home Teams Will Rule Wild Card Weekend

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

New England Patriots Predictably, I go 3–2 in the final week of the regular season. The season mark runs to 47-36. Wild Card Weekend provides three repeat match-ups from last weekend, but I only see one coming up with the same result. The home teams will get fat on home-cooking and victories this weekend.

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True Predictions: Steelers, Eagles, Ravens and Jets Have Something to Play For

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

Philadelphia Eagles The San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers held true last week. The New York Giants and Miami Dolphins proved disappointing. The Giants completely tanked and will miss the playoffs. I went 3-2 for the week. The season mark runs to 44-34. Selections for Week 17 are based on games in which both teams have something to play for (as best we can assess).

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True Predictions: Holiday Express, Holiday Elimination Version

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

My goal is to hit the .600-.660 mark with the predictions this season, but it’s going to be tough. I went 3-3 last week. The season record is at 41-32 (just a bit below .570).  To the Express!

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True Predictions: Wild Card Wannabes, Titans vs. Colts, Cowboys and Vikings

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

Description On the way to a 3-2 record from last weekend True Predictions threw out these claims: a) “the Saints will have no trouble with New England,” and b) “it will be Hail, Hail Vince Young in Tennessee’s win over Arizona.” Our third win featured the Indianapolis Colts coming from behind to defeat the under-performing Houston Texans. The Pittsburgh Steelers and substitute QB Dennis Dixon played well enough to win (other than an INT in OT), but the Baltimore Ravens took the victory. The Jacksonville Jaguars needed to show us something in San Francisco, but instead it was the 49ers that were more impressive. The season record on my predictions runs to 35-22.

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True Predictions:  So Much Good & Bad, Titans, and Patriots vs. Saints on MNF

Posted by Frank Nevarez Categories: Editorial, NFL,

DescriptionWeek Eleven proved profitable for me as I went 5-1 and run the season record to 32-20. Two upsets: Oakland Raiders over the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs over the Pittsburgh Steelers weren’t even selected to predict since I figured the also-rans would have no shot. But I did have the feeling that the one-win wonders, the Cleveland Browns and the Detroit Lions, would deliver a close contest. A last second pass interference call in the end zone set up the Detroit victory. I got the expected wins by the Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts and San Diego Chargers. My lone loss was due to Vince Young leading the Tennessee Titans to their fourth straight victory in a hard-fought match-up with the Houston Texans. The Texans needed to show they could be contenders (against a 3-6 team), but it just was not to be.

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