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  • Colts have all the LUCK down Packers 31-26 at Lambeau Field

    08/11/2016 Duração: 27min

    Andrew Luck improved his record to 2-0 against Aaron Rodgers as the Colts held off a late comeback attempt by the Green Bay Packers. After building an 18 point lead, the Packers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to five. However, the Packers defense failed to stop Luck and the Colts as they ran out the clock. The Colts jumped out to a fast start when Jordan Todman returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown, and a 7-0 lead.On the final drive, the Colts faced a crucial third down. Dom Capers called a safety blitz, and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix streaked into the backfield but Luck avoided the sack and converted the thrid down attempt. The Packers defense had problems getting off the field, allowing the Colts to convert 50% on third down. They also allowed a 15 play 96 yard touchdown drive at the end of the first half. That touchdown gave the Colts a 24-10 halftime lead. The Packers forced Luck into two early interceptions, but missed out on a golden opportunity. After the first of tw

  • Packers face Colts; will Luck be on their side?

    04/11/2016 Duração: 30min

    Andrew Luck and Aaron Rodgers will face off Sunday, at Lambeau Field. The Indianapolis Colts have fallen short of expectations this year, and are two games behind the Houston Texans. The Green Bay Packers have entered the world of injured reserve losing player after player on both sides of the ball. The Colts have struggled on the road, winning only one time, while the Packers seem more comfortable on offense at home. The Colts are one of four teams that give up over 400 yards on defense, and have allowed 28.8 points per game. On most Sunday's, Aaron Rodgers would be salivating. However, the Packer offense is without their top two running backs. They are also hobbled at receiver with Jared Cook, Randall Cobb, and Ty Montgomery all battling injuries. The Packers defense continues to be hobbled in the secondary, which will need all the help they can get against one of hte better quarterbacks in the league.  Luck has spent much of the season picking himself up off the turf. The Colts have allowed a league high 3

  • And your World Series Champion is...........

    03/11/2016 Duração: 31min

    Tonight is game seven of the World Series and either the Chicago Cubs or Cleveland Indians will end their long World Series Championship drought. At the time the show was scheduled, the Cubs were leading after five innings 5-3. When the show airs LIVE, a World Series Champion could be named or the game will be close to ending. Evan and Troy will give you live updates as the game progresses on the show. Evan and Troy will also talk about some of the hottest topics in the sports world. In  a suprising move, the New England Patriots parted ways with a talented young outside linebacker Jamie Collins. The Browns traded a third-round compensatory pick, or fourth-round pick for Collins. Cleveland is probably not the landing spot that Collins had hoped for, but he has done everything right when talking about the trade. If the Browns can not work out a long term deal, he will become a free-agent at the end of the season. Norv Turner has stepped down as the offensive coordinator with the Minnesota Vikings. After losing

  • Week 9 NFL recap; how many more ties will this season bring?

    02/11/2016 Duração: 31min

    The NFL made major changes to the overtime rule so that a winner could be determined. The Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks played a sloppy game that ended in a tie. This week the Washington Redskins and Cincinnati Bengals traveled across the pond and gave the English crowd and extra 15 minutes of football. The New England Patriots look like they are in playoff form, defeating the Buffalo Bills. The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles had a showdown in the NFC East, and Dak Prescott prevailed once again. The debate about Tony Romo coming back continues to grow. Jay Cutler showed some of that youthful promise on Monday night as the Chicago Bears dominated the Minnesota Vikings. Since the bye week, the Vikings have dropped themselves back into the pack, and lead the NFC North by one game. The Oakland Raiders might have had a beef with the NFL schedule makers when they saw five of their first eight games on the road. Jack Del Rio has ooached this Radier team to a perfect 5-0 record on the road. With ever

  • Falcons soar over Packers in wild finish at Georgia Dome

    01/11/2016 Duração: 30min

    The Green Bay Packers entered Sunday's game with an injury report longer than a college students laundry list. The Packers were without their top two running backs, number one tight end, number two wide receiver, their top three cornerbacks, and their All-Pro outside linebacker. Even with all the injuries, the Green Bay Packers found a way to score 32 points, but the defense could not make an important stop at the end of the fourth quarter. Matt Ryan drove the Falcons 75 yards, in 11 plays. Matt Bryant added the game winning extra point. Julio Jones injured his ankle; early in thegame, and was not a major factor. Matt Ryan targeted Mohamed Sanu 10 times and finished with nine catches for 84 yards and the game winning touchdown. Aaron Rodgers kept the Packers alive with his legs, rushing for a career high 60 yards. Trevor Davis and Geronimo Allison both caught their first career touchdowns. The one question can be about Mike McCarthy and his time management at the end of the game. As the Falcons drove down the