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One on One's NFL Friday - Super Bowl XLIX Edition

by Patrick Burns

It's Super Bowl week, and One on One's NFL Friday has the big game covered.  Kelly Kultys and Kristian O'Hara broke down the matchup between the Patriots and the Seahawks, and also welcomed in Drew Casey and Matt Crowe from Radio Row in Phoenix.  They talked all things Super Bowl, from the game itself to prop bets and food consumption.  Out in Phoenix, Drew and Matt were joined by a pair of FUV alums in Bob Papa and Michael Kay, and also talked to StubHub's Glenn Lehrman and sports agent Leigh Steinberg.  As usual, the show concluded with the last round o

One on One's NFL Friday: Pro Bowl Weekend

by Sean Hahner

Kelly Kultys and Anthony Pucik took a look at the top story in the NFL this week - Deflategate. The two then moved to recapping last week's championship action and what the keys are for the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Kelly and Anthony reviewed the Jets coaching situation and went around the league discussing the other new head coaches. Finally they, along with Producer Sean Hahner and Engineer Alicia Montanaro gave their Super Bowl predictions.

To listen to the podcast please click on the link below or download it on iTunes.

One on One's NFL Friday - Conference Championship Edition

by Patrick Burns

Matt Moro and Patrick Burns talk all things NFL in this week's edition of NFL Friday. They started with the head coaching carousel, breaking down all of the new hires and which ones they think will work out best. They then recapped all four of last week's Divisional Round games, before previewing the Conference Championships. Finally, Brendan Bowers and Luke Palmer joined the guys from behind the glass for predictions.

Giants Fall to Colts 40-24

by Kristian O'Hara

Tommy Gilligan, Flickr

The New York Giants lost their 3rd straight game on Monday night, 40-24 to the Indianapolis Colts. New York was dominated from the start, scoring three points in the 1st half. Andrew Luck threw for 350 yards for the fifth road game in a row, an NFL record. The Giants will now travel to Seattle to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Seahawks.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 1, 2014

by Matt Moro

The 2014 NFL season is here, and with it comes the return of One-on-One’s NFL Friday.  DJ Sixsmith and Matt Moro kicked off the year talking about Wes Welker’s suspension after testing positive for steroids.  They discussed how Welker could have failed this test, and whether it actually matters for the Broncos given his latest concussion.

 

Pete Carroll and John Fox Address the Media

by Kris Venezia
Pete Carroll.

Flickr, Bernzilla

By: Kristian O'Hara

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Denver Broncos head coach John Fox addressed the media on Friday morning as part of a joint press conference in Manhattan.

Carroll said, “We’re really proud to be here, representing our football team and all the people that made this happen.”  The 12th Man fans in Seattle are delighted to hear those words from Coach Carroll, but they all know one more football game needs to be won before they can really celebrate.

Manic Media Day

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Jake Kring-Schreifels

It began calmly. Sheraton hotel assistants handed out thermoses of coffee to media members. Every coach bus seat held a delicious pastry boxed up neatly. At 7:30am, with the sun beginning to bathe Manhattan, police escorted these buses into Newark, NJ. No traffic. No noise. That quickly changed.

Seahawks Gearing up for a Super Showdown

by Kristian O'Hara

Kristian O'Hara/ WFUV SPORTS

The Seattle Seahawks were fresh off Media Day as they spoke this morning, sounding confident and even a bit anxious to get the Super Bowl underway.  Wearing their road white Super Bowl jerseys, the Seahawks say they are remaining focused on the task at hand.  Cornerback Richard Sherman discussed how the defense needs to do their job in order to stop Peyton Manning: “Executing our defense is always our number one priority.  Being effective, disciplined, sound football players is also a priority.”  The Seattle defense will certainly have to be disciplined and read their keys in order to stop the Denver offense.