Here are your predictions for this season, despite the fact that everyone thinks it will be Miami-Lakers in the NBA Finals. OK, they’re probably right.
Seven weeks into the season the Eagles have fired their defensive coordinator and the Panthers have fired their GM. Atlanta remains the league’s only unbeaten team, and only three AFC teams have winning records.
“We’re going to go out there, we’re going to play our game,” Rolle said. “We’re going to play very efficient, we’re going to play very confident and we’re going out there ready to be some head-busters.”
“Last year they had our number, for whatever reason … And they look like a much better team this year,” Rolle said. “So we’re definitely going to put our foot to the metal and give it all that we’ve got this week.”
“I was a little upset that he went to the NFL to get Payton and everybody back to watch him break a record,” Bradshaw said. “I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ I never would have gone and asked for them back.”
Here they are, Evan Roberts’ original 2012 MLB power rankings. Let’s see what lessons can be learned…
What’s a bigger surprise through the first four weeks of this NFL season: the Cardinals at 4-0 or the Saints at 0-4? Maybe it’s the 3-1 Vikings.
Ahead of the Giants’ upcoming Sunday night tilt with the Eagles, running back LeSean McCoy has added fuel to the fire by calling out Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora … again.
Joe Benigno breaks down his top 10 teams heading into Week 4 of the NFL season.
WFAN co-host Evan Roberts provides his weekly Major League Baseball Power Rankings.
The MLB playoff race is heating up! Find out which teams are in it for real in Evan’s weekly rankings.
Well, well. Don’t look now, but Joe’s beloved Jets have cracked the top 10. The G-Men? Nowhere to be found.
“Not only are they great individually, but they play so well together as a unit,” DeVito said. “If they keep playing like that, which they will, we’ll be unstoppable on offense.”
“I think it’s definitely going to be a tight division this year,” Rolle said. “We need to improve with how we practice, first and foremost, and that’s going to carry over to the games.”
Publicly, Sanchez and Tebow have said all the right things: Whatever it takes to win; our relationship is strong. Let’s just say that doesn’t sit too well with Joe Theismann.