Earlier this week on “The Rick & Jamie Show” we asked you to name someone in sports history that no matter what, he or she always got their numbers. The responses we received were so […]
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. In this week’s That Thing You Missed a sea lion steals lunch, a sports reporter does Ron Burgundy, the Mavericks have lost their minds and Tom Brady doesn’t care what you think about […]
In the Matt Ryan/Mike Smith era there are two things the Falcons almost never do: lose at home and lose consecutive games. They did both against New England Sunday night and are now 1-3 for the first time since Ryan and Smith came to Atlanta.
ATLANTA (AP) — Tom Brady threw for 316 yards and two touchdowns as the New England Patriots held off a furious Atlanta comeback Sunday night, beating the Falcons 30-23 to improve to 4-0 for the […]
Matt Bowen, Bleacher Report, “I Want See If That New England Defense Can Hang With That Atlanta Offense”
Matt Bowen jumps on the show for his weekly segment with Mac and Jason to talk about the Falcons loss last week and what to expect from the Patriots this week. . . .
If there’s one thing the Falcons under Mike Smith are good at, it’s rebounding from a loss. Only three times since Smitty took over have the Falcons lost back-to-back games. New England will try to make it four.
Jim Daopolous, Former NFL Referee, “So Many Of The Games Are Going To Be Officiated On Monday, Tuesday, And Wednesday In New York When The Fines Are Levied”
Mac and Jason visit with former NFL referee and supervisor of officials, Jim Daopolous, to talk about the first weekend in the NFL, Ndamukong Suh’s fine, and the extra down provided in the 49ers/Packers game. […]
The Dred vs the Spread Each week (Friday or Saturday evening) I will post “the Dred vs the Spread” right here on the “Controversial Truth” with your folk, Notty. I will project up to 3 […]
AFC Projections Here we go again! Welcome back to the “Controversial Truth”. Yesterday your were given the NFC Projections in which its projected, by myself, the Seahawks will play in MetLife stadium in early February. […]
Every year around this time, I find myself getting asked the same question over and over again from people who know I enjoy football. “So, who do you like this season?”