The 2012 NFL regular season is in the books and the playoff fields in both the NFC and AFC are set. Brad Wells of SB Nation takes a look at the field in the AFC following Week 17 action. The most notable development, of course, was the Indianapolis Colts knocking the Houston Texans off the No. 1 seed with their convincing home win. The loss sends Houston to the three hole thanks to Denver capitalizing and earning the No. 1 seed following their drubbing of Kansas City. Watch for more analysis about today's action and next weekend's Wild Card matchups. Subscribe! Subscribe!
The 2012 playoff rounds kick off this Saturday, January 7th at 4:30 p.m. ET in Houston where the Houston Texans will take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Later at 8 p.m., the Detroit Lions will play the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome. Both games will air on NBC. Games resume again on Sunday, as well. Check out our slideshow. Also, it will cost advertisers this year to advertise on Super Bowl 2012 $3.5 Million and the top advertiser will be General Motors. NFL Wildcard Weekend: Saturday, January AFC: 4:30 PM (ET); Cincinnati at Houston (NBC) NFC: 8:00 PM (ET); Detroit at New Orleans (NBC) Sunday, January 8 NFC: 1:00 PM (ET); Atlanta at N.Y. Giants (FOX) AFC: 4:30 PM (ET); Pittsburgh at Denver (CBS) NFL Divisional Playoffs Saturday, January 14 NFC: 4:30 PM (ET); New Orleans/N.Y. Giants/Atlanta at San Francisco (FOX) AFC: 800 PM (ET); Denver/Pittsburgh/Cincinnati at New England (CBS) Sunday, January 15 AFC: 1:00 PM (ET); Houston/Denver/Pittsburgh at Baltimore (CBS) NFC: 4:30 PM (ET); N.Y. Giants/Atlanta/Detroit at Green Bay (FOX) Sunday, January 22 -- Championship Games AFC: 3:00 PM (ET); FOX NFC: 6:30 PM (ET); FOX Sunday, January 29 2012 Pro Bowl: 7:00 PM (ET) at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii Sunday, February 5 Super Bowl XLVI: 6:30 PM (ET) at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis Sincerely, Celebrity Talk With "Q" TheSuperCelebs
More info at: http://www.betfirms.com/dallas-cowboys-predictions/ The Dallas Cowboys are coming off yet another disappointing 2011 campaign. They missed the playoffs for a second straight year with an 8-8 record. Dallas was in great position to win the NFC East with a 7-4 start, but would lose four of its final five games to close out the season. That included a 14-31 loss at New York in Week 17 with the division title on the line. The time for Dallas to compete for a Super Bowl is now. It has all of the pieces in place, but must find a way to execute better in critical stages late in games. Jason Garrett is squarely on the hot seat as he enters his third season as head coach. With this video I predict where the Dallas Cowboys will finish in the NFC East. View Original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRCCUU4XMAs
The Ravens were a 10-6 team last year. Do they improve on that record? This is what I think... Song: RaveNation by N.I.L.E. ft. DJ Fella
Today we travel to Green Bay to go to a Packers Game vs the Detroit Lions. The Lions blanked the Packers with a score of 31-0. Aaron Rogers goes out in the 2nd quarter due to concussion protocol. and the packers never came back. Thanks for watc ing
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The Atlanta Falcons still sit pretty atop the NFC standings, but in Week 14 they were no match for the Carolina Panthers, who stormed out of the gates early and never let up en route to a 30-20 home win in Week 14. The loss drops Atlanta to 11-2 heading into the final three games of the 2012 NFL regular season. Caleb Rutherford of The Falcoholic recaps the ho-hum performance by Atlanta. Subscribe!
The Everblades shut down the Swamp Rabbits, 3-0 in the Wednesday night tilt. Goaltender, #51 Martin Ouellette, stopped all shots thrown his way as he secured his fourth shut out of the season. Right Winger, #20 Kyle Neuber, got the game’s first goal and recorded an assist on the second. Defensemen, #3 Matt Mackenzie record two assist as well to help the ‘Blades be the first time to reach 100 points in the ECHL standings this season.