Jeff Pearlman and Chris McGee join Jim Rome to discuss their reaction to the Patriots beating the Seahawks, Pete Carroll’s play call, and the Patriots’ legacy.
In my previous prediction piece I had the San Diego Chargers at 13-3. That was a best case scenario and it’s time to bring their record down to earth.
There have been lots of offseason moves to make the defense better and solidify the offensive line. Will it be enough to make the playoffs? We shall see.
Week 1 has the Chargers season opener on Monday Night Football against the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals are a tough defense and it gives the offense a good challenge. With Carson Palmer on the decline, it will be a great coming out party for the new Chargers defense. 1-0
Expectations for the San Diego Chargers and Houston Texans are opposite. The Chargers are expected to finish 9-7 and be a sub-par team. The Texans are expected to be a top 5 AFC team and their goal is the Super Bowl. The Chargers will debut their new team at home but the Texans look to spoil it and take a win.
The most important thing in this game is for the running game to get going. Running back Ryan Matthews needs to live up to his potential and stay healthy. If Matthews stays healthy then he can take some pressure off the passing game. Matthews had a good preseason so expect him to continue into the regular season. I expect 60 yards and 1 touchdown for Matthews in this game.
It’s been a long time Browns Fans! However, I’m back and should start adding a lot more input as well as some out of the box points of view for everyone to enjoy. So let’s get to it …
Just minutes away from Free Agency Frenzy and I have to admit that I really am pumped for what is about to happen. Don’t get me wrong. You can not build an NFL team with only free agents. You have to build using the draft. However, for a team that has not really had anything to build on this may be a way to get things in place.
John Clayton delivers the latest news from Super Bowl XLVII