As always, week one in the NFL had so many surprise endings, upsets, and injuries. It’s time for the first Final Drive of the season!
The Cowboys, Eagles, Giants, and Offensive Names can always be counted on for good drama, but can they provide good football? The NFC East kicks off our Divisional Previews!
We tear through the coaching changes in the NFL and give our take on each and every hire.
Black Monday. It comes every year in the NFL. The day after the regular season ends there are twelve teams celebrating the opportunity to challenge for a Super Bowl title.
Thursday Night Football brings us another winning combination of sub-.500 teams and lays it out on primetime television for all to see and jeer accordingly. But we’ll still be watching, make no mistake about it. Let’s preview this trash-heap!
Well wasn’t that just a steaming helping of disappointment. The Chicago Bears fought valiantly through injuries and defensive lapses, but it was just too much to overcome on Sunday.
Chicago heads to Washington to take on RG3 and the rest of those crazy… what’s their team name again? Wait, IT’S WHAT?
Week four in the NFL gave us some exciting finishes and some streak-breakin’. The Final Drive goes through it all!
Week 3 in the NFL had a fair share of blow-outs, stunners, and last minute wins. The Final Drive goes through them all!
Week 3 in the NFL may have some solid match-ups, but there are some possible blow-outs to look out for as well.