Mike and Kenny look back on the Divisional Round of the playoffs and analyze the upcoming Conference Championships . Kenny tells you why the Falcons won't stop the 49ers and Mike tells you why the Patriots should be a double-diget favorite over the Ravens. Each staff member gives their predictions for both games. Clark Judge gives his take on the championship games and the coaching carousel. Clark also talks about Tom Brady making history and why his past two Super Bowl defeats were not his fault.
Today in sports it’s not easy to achieve success and almost impossible to sustain it. Only a few special teams over the last decade or so have achieved "dynasty" status. In basketball the Lakers won three straight titles from 2000-2002, adding two more in 2009 and 2010. Meanwhile, the Spurs won four Larry O’Brien Trophies during a nine year stretch.
Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg breakdown all the games this weekend in the Divisional Round of the Playoffs. The Kenny makes a bold claim about the 49ers and Mack tells you why the New England-Houston matchup will be another snoozefest. The guys give their predictions and touch on other hot topics around the league including: Tuesday's Jets press conference, the RGIII injury and the coaching carousel.
What would baseball be without Jeter or Mariano? What would basketball be without Kobe or Duncan? What would hockey be without Martin Brodeur between the pipes in New Jersey?
They are fixtures in professional sports and their respective cities for a long, long time. Nobody quite knows how much more we are going to have of them. These types of players come around only ever so often, and the world of sports will lose one of its playing icons in the upcoming days – or weeks, depending how long the Baltimore Ravens playoff run continues.
Kenny Ducey and I got the opportunity to speak with longtime WFUV member Clark Judge on all things football as the first round of playoff begins tonight.
It was another great week for NFL Friday as Kenny Ducey and Julian Atienza went over all the big issues surronding the NFL. The guys started talking about the career and accomplishments of linebacker Ray Lewis, as he annouced his retirement this week. Eric Mollo and Joe Vitello gave their final Jets and Giants reports and gave a final recep of the season.
It’s a rare and happy thing to grow great and old in your craft. It’s a gift, an achievement, and a testament to one’s hard work and unique skillset. However, we tend to overlook sustained greatness across the years, and mistake it for something mundane. But genius that repeats and repeats over the long haul is the rarest gift in the world.
Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Valdetara discussed why the Giants suffered another late season collapse and if some serious coaching changes have to be made to avoid another disappointing season next year. Listen in and see why Schwartz thinks the players are to be blamed more than the coaches.
Schwartz also gave his input as to what he thought is the biggest weakness of the New York Giants were this year.
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On the final regular season episode of One on One's NFL Friday Nick and Chris discuss the possiblity of the Giants making the playoffs. They also analyze the decision by coach Rex Ryan to re-instate Mark Sanchez as the Jets starting quaterback due to injury. They also talk to senior NFL writer for cbssports.com Clark Judge about the diffrent playoff scenarios. Clark gives us his favorites for the NFC East crown and final wild card spot. He also tells you the best team playoff team with a rookie quarterback and his leader in the MVP race.