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A Preview of the NFC West Teams, Players, and Stadiums! Enjoy! Madden Fans get ready for August your in for a treat!
20 Jul 2009
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Las Vegas handicapper John Cranton of National Sports Services examines the 2013 NFC West, the 49ers, Rams, Cardinals and Seahawks, their offseason moves, projected win totals and over/unders. More information at JimFeist.TV
28 Jun 2013
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The Cardinals were the first team in the West to draft, but the 49ers traded up to select their QB of the future. So why did neither team have the best draft in the NFC West?
4 May 2011
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Brian Billick breaks down the draft needs of the Seahawks.
18 Apr 2012
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Alex Marvez previews Seahawks-Falcons
13 Jan 2013
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Brian Billick on how he handled media day in 2000.
2 Feb 2013
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gamblerstelevision**** Tony T here from Gamblers Television covering the NFL “Vegas Style” all season long. 2007 was a very disappointing season for the NY Jets. They finished the year 4-12 and near the bottom in passing, scoring and red zone efficiency. The quarterback position was unstable with Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens not playing well. The team invested a great deal of money on free agent acquisitions to improve their offensive line and defense. Oddsmakers have set the NY Jets season win total at 7 ½ wins. When you handicap season win totals you must, I mean must look at the schedule. Schedule: The Jets play in the AFC East with two games home and away against New England, Buffalo and Miami. The Jets went 2-4 against the division last year sweeping Miami. It might be a little tougher pulling the sweep against Miami this season but they could win at home against Buffalo. They play all the teams from the NFC West this season but got a little unlucky having to face the worst team from that division the 49’ers on the road. They have a Monday Night game at San Diego and must travel back to host Arizona in 5 days because it will be Tuesday morning once the Jets land back in New York. They drew the AFC West with tough games against the Chargers and Broncos but the Raiders in Oakland. They will beat KC at home. Offense: There is no clear favorite as training camp approaches at the quarterback position. Neither Chad Pennington nor Kellen Clemens did enough during mini camps to win the job outright. The problem with the Jets offense is they don’t throw deep and their receivers lack size. You need a big play threat in your passing game and with Pennington and his lack of arm strength it really limits them. There is no doubt the Jets will block better for him with their upgraded line. But you still have to make the throw. Running back Thomas Jones will need to find the form he had with the Bears. The team was 26th in the NFL in total rushing yards per game posting up a 94.8 average. There is no doubt this team will run better with better blocking this season and the Jets will have more manageable down and distance on 2nd and 3rd down plays. This offense will be ball control and will limit possessions for the other team. They can move the ball down field but once they get in the red zone and the field gets shorter what happens? Again your quarterback is going to have to make a throw around defenders and the Jets will most likely settle for field goals because they lack size in their receiving corp. Defense: The Jets had trouble getting a pass rush last season and after witnessing what pressure on Tom Brady can do to the Patriots during the Super Bowl the Jets made strides in improving that category. The linebacker positioned improved with the free agent acquisition of Calvin Pace and 1st round pick Vernon Gholston is being converted to linebacker in the Jets 3-4 defense. Pace and Gholston can put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. But when you run a 3-4 your defensive lineman better be good pass rushers. Pass rushing will be another shortcoming for this unit but it will do a better job against the run. The Jets acquired Kris Jenkins from Carolina but he has to adjust to an entire new scheme with the Jets at nose tackle. Without an improvement from the D line getting to the quarterback it will leave a young secondary vulnerable against big plays against them. And now to my Selection: The Jets will be an improved team over their 4-12 season. But their offensive shortcomings means that the lesser teams on their schedule will be within striking distance in the 4th quarter. Look for them to pull off some upsets this season and win outright has huge dogs. They could turn a nice profit for bettors betting them on the money line as underdogs getting back huge odds. But I can’t find 8 wins on their schedule this season. Even though it’s a favorable schedule the schedule has been adjusted in the betting line. Betting the Jets to break even or better in 2008 is a bad one. Play NY Jets Under 7 ½ wins for the 2008 season. Selection: Under 7 ½ wins in 2008 Regular Season. Be sure to visit and bookmark my TV Show page at www.GamblersTelevision**** for continues pointspread coverage from the NFL.
11 Jul 2008
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Sean Salisbury discusses three games on Sunday of Week 8. He thinks Dallas should be panicking, Arizona is the best in the NFC West and he tells all the fantasy fanatics out there that the Giants-Steelers matchup is the game to watch.
28 Oct 2008
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The Cardinals can take one step closer to running away with the NFC West with a Monday night victory over the 49ers. Sid Rosenberg takes a glimpse into tonight's showdown. For more sports content, go to *******www.opensports****
14 Nov 2008
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Can the Seahawks climb back atop of the NFC West? NFL Total Access examines.
19 Jun 2009
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KURT WARNER ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** KURT WARNER ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT Today at noon pacific time the Arizona Cardinals and Kurt Warner are holding a press conference to discuss his future with the Cardinals. Many reports are indicating Warner will announce his retirement, and in fact, apparently he has an assortment of family and friends that will be in attendance. All signs point to this being the end of the road for Kurt. There have been a few folks (including Warren Moon) who don't think he'll retire now, but we'll find out either way today. And considering the amount of time Brett Favre will likely drag out his "decision," kudos to Warner for announcing something now (barring it just be him pushing off the decision). Whatever the answer might be to the will he/won't he question, I thought it was definitely worthwhile to have an open thread for all Kurt Warner discussion. Whether he sticks around or retires, please use this thread for the discussion (as opposed to creating separate FanPosts). Whether he retires or continues, it will probably have a dramatic effect on the NFC West race. If you take Kurt Warner out of the equation, suddenly the Cardinals find themselves relying on Matt Leinart, Brian St. Pierre, a free agent, or a 2010 draft pick. If Warner retires, maybe they try to get Donovan McNabb? There are a whole lot of questions to consider, so feel free to begin the discussion here. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****/
30 Jan 2010
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KURT WARNER RETIREMENT SPEECH NEWS *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** KURT WARNER RETIREMENT SPEECH NEWS Today at noon pacific time the Arizona Cardinals and Kurt Warner are holding a press conference to discuss his future with the Cardinals. Many reports are indicating Warner will announce his retirement, and in fact, apparently he has an assortment of family and friends that will be in attendance. All signs point to this being the end of the road for Kurt. There have been a few folks (including Warren Moon) who don't think he'll retire now, but we'll find out either way today. And considering the amount of time Brett Favre will likely drag out his "decision," kudos to Warner for announcing something now (barring it just be him pushing off the decision). Whatever the answer might be to the will he/won't he question, I thought it was definitely worthwhile to have an open thread for all Kurt Warner discussion. Whether he sticks around or retires, please use this thread for the discussion (as opposed to creating separate FanPosts). Whether he retires or continues, it will probably have a dramatic effect on the NFC West race. If you take Kurt Warner out of the equation, suddenly the Cardinals find themselves relying on Matt Leinart, Brian St. Pierre, a free agent, or a 2010 draft pick. If Warner retires, maybe they try to get Donovan McNabb? There are a whole lot of questions to consider, so feel free to begin the discussion here. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****/
30 Jan 2010
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HITLER'S REACTION TO KURT WARNER'S RETIREMENT *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** HITLER'S REACTION TO KURT WARNER'S RETIREMENT Today at noon pacific time the Arizona Cardinals and Kurt Warner are holding a press conference to discuss his future with the Cardinals. Many reports are indicating Warner will announce his retirement, and in fact, apparently he has an assortment of family and friends that will be in attendance. All signs point to this being the end of the road for Kurt. There have been a few folks (including Warren Moon) who don't think he'll retire now, but we'll find out either way today. And considering the amount of time Brett Favre will likely drag out his "decision," kudos to Warner for announcing something now (barring it just be him pushing off the decision). Whatever the answer might be to the will he/won't he question, I thought it was definitely worthwhile to have an open thread for all Kurt Warner discussion. Whether he sticks around or retires, please use this thread for the discussion (as opposed to creating separate FanPosts). Whether he retires or continues, it will probably have a dramatic effect on the NFC West race. If you take Kurt Warner out of the equation, suddenly the Cardinals find themselves relying on Matt Leinart, Brian St. Pierre, a free agent, or a 2010 draft pick. If Warner retires, maybe they try to get Donovan McNabb? There are a whole lot of questions to consider, so feel free to begin the discussion here. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****/
31 Jan 2010
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HITLER REACTS TO KURT WARNER RETIRING *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** HITLER REACTS TO KURT WARNER RETIRING Today at noon pacific time the Arizona Cardinals and Kurt Warner are holding a press conference to discuss his future with the Cardinals. Many reports are indicating Warner will announce his retirement, and in fact, apparently he has an assortment of family and friends that will be in attendance. All signs point to this being the end of the road for Kurt. There have been a few folks (including Warren Moon) who don't think he'll retire now, but we'll find out either way today. And considering the amount of time Brett Favre will likely drag out his "decision," kudos to Warner for announcing something now (barring it just be him pushing off the decision). Whatever the answer might be to the will he/won't he question, I thought it was definitely worthwhile to have an open thread for all Kurt Warner discussion. Whether he sticks around or retires, please use this thread for the discussion (as opposed to creating separate FanPosts). Whether he retires or continues, it will probably have a dramatic effect on the NFC West race. If you take Kurt Warner out of the equation, suddenly the Cardinals find themselves relying on Matt Leinart, Brian St. Pierre, a free agent, or a 2010 draft pick. If Warner retires, maybe they try to get Donovan McNabb? There are a whole lot of questions to consider, so feel free to begin the discussion here. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****/
26 Apr 2010
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KURT WARNER'S RETIREMENT "HITLERS ANGRY REACTION" *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot**** KURT WARNER'S RETIREMENT "HITLERS ANGRY REACTION" Today at noon pacific time the Arizona Cardinals and Kurt Warner are holding a press conference to discuss his future with the Cardinals. Many reports are indicating Warner will announce his retirement, and in fact, apparently he has an assortment of family and friends that will be in attendance. All signs point to this being the end of the road for Kurt. There have been a few folks (including Warren Moon) who don't think he'll retire now, but we'll find out either way today. And considering the amount of time Brett Favre will likely drag out his "decision," kudos to Warner for announcing something now (barring it just be him pushing off the decision). Whatever the answer might be to the will he/won't he question, I thought it was definitely worthwhile to have an open thread for all Kurt Warner discussion. Whether he sticks around or retires, please use this thread for the discussion (as opposed to creating separate FanPosts). Whether he retires or continues, it will probably have a dramatic effect on the NFC West race. If you take Kurt Warner out of the equation, suddenly the Cardinals find themselves relying on Matt Leinart, Brian St. Pierre, a free agent, or a 2010 draft pick. If Warner retires, maybe they try to get Donovan McNabb? There are a whole lot of questions to consider, so feel free to begin the discussion here. *******funfactsandinfo.blogspot****/
28 Apr 2010
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*******bit.ly/aaP11O?nfl-San-francisco-49ers-vs-arizona-cardinals-11lily Stream on trueonlinetv Live Stream San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals - NFL - Week 12 - Live american football In Monday Night Football this week we have the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals for Week Twelve, playing at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Monday, November 29th at 8:30PM. Both teams have the same record, three wins and seven losses, and the Niners rank third in the NFC West while the are one spot lower in that division. It will be an interesting game as both teams are tied and jockeying for position in the NFC West which is probably why this was our Monday Night Football game this week. Football fans will be glad to note that our exclusive tie up with our friends at TREONLINETV allows you to watch every minute of this game online. So, Where and how to Watch any of the NFL games online? To watch click on the link at the top of this section..... 0f course you will also be able to watch every match this season, be it NFL, NCAA or CFL! Here is a glimpse of what you can watch this weekend! All times are in GMT . Monday 29th November 2010 00:00 - 01:20 NFL Live - NFL Countdown Show Live 01:20 - 04:50 NFL Live - San Diego Chargers v Indianapolis Colts Live Tuesday 30th November 2010 00:00 - 01:30 NFL Live - NFL Countdown Show Live 01:30 - 05:00 NFL Live - San Francisco 49ers v Arizona Cardinals Live Friday 3rd December 2010 00:20 - 03:20 NFL Live - Houston Texans v Philadelphia Eagles Live
14 Feb 2011
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