Screeeeeech! The sound of momentum slowing down a bit after finishing 1-1 on “fa sho” picks and erroneously taking the Broncos on wildcard picks. Prior to last week, the Jags were 0-5 vs the spread. […]
Birthplace: Chesapeake, Virginia Born Date: 7/16/1988 Height: 6’8″ Weight: 237 True Position: Power Forward (4) 411: James Scott prefers to be called Mike because his dad’s name is Mike and he was a huge Michael […]
Here we go again! After a bounce back week 4 of the NFL where I was 1-2 on “fa sho” picks and 1-0 on wild card picks, I believe I’m getting adjusted to how teams […]
I totally blew it! Last week’s debacle is not even worth revisiting. Every game was busted. Let us just consider it a “bye” week. This week we start fresh as I will deliver 3 “fa […]
Here we go again! Another week for NFL football, another week for lock picks….versus THE SPREAD. Last week was tough so I only gave you 2 lock picks (insert link) to go along with a […]
Eric Edholm, Yahoo Sports, On The Falcons: “You Do Worry About The Attrition They’ve Suffered So Far”
Eric Edholm of Yahoo’s “Shutdown Corner” blog jumps on with Mac and Jason for a few minutes to discuss his observations from the 2nd week of NFL action. . . .
Its that time again where I take a look at any potential lock games and pick against the spread. I understand last week things didn’t go so well. The Patriots offense is struggling and did […]
Michael Schottey, Lead NFL writer for Bleacher Report, joined Overtime to recap Week 1 of the NFL season and the Falcons/Saints match-up. He discussed the Falcons Right Tackle position; the young Corner’s of Trufant and […]
NFC Projections It’s a new day! This is a totally new year and most significantly, this is a new NFL season. Everything that happened last season is is history… old news. Sure, we can take […]
Len Pasquarelli, NFL Insider, “One Of The More Pleasant Surprises Of The Saturday Game Was The Pressure The Falcons Got”
Mac and Jason welcome Len Pasquarelli for their weekly segment to talk about the Falcons third preseason game, the Jets situation, and 2nd year quarterbacks. . . .