2015 NFL Preview: Early Playoff Outlook

The NFL will travel to Santa Clara in February when Levi’s Stadium hosts one of the biggest Super Bowls in the history of the league.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The Super Bowl is almost here and the teams have been decided after an interesting championship weekend. Both games had plenty of storylines with the top ranked teams in each conference getting the chance to move to the Super Bowl. In the AFC there was a massive underdog led by the best young quarterback in the league as he tried to take on and beat a legend for the second week in a row. The NFC featured a second place team in a matchup of the tow powerhouses of the conference.

2015 NFL Playoff Preview

That party is over for most as people around the world welcomed in a new year but for football fans that party is just about to begin. The NFL playoffs are here and it is the best time of year for NFL fans. The regular season has been a great one with some surprises and many of the top teams finding their way back to the playoffs. Although the regular season was full of drama it will be nothing compared to what is coming. The NFL playoffs are some of the highest tension and most exciting games in sports as they marl the only Big Four sport in North American with single elimination games.

2014 NFL Preview: Road to Super Bowl XLIX

In 2013 the NFL decided to change things up from their usual location decisions and went to an open stadium in a cold weather city. It is generally not the decision to make for the league as they prefer to take weather out of the equation in the biggest game of the year. The NFL does not want to see a game come down to a gust of wind or a match where one team that is more used to the cold gets and advantage at the start of February.

2014 NFL Playoff Preview

The NFL Playoffs are here and there will be 12 teams marching to unfamiliar territory this year as the AFC and NFC look towards New Jersey as the light at the end of the tunnel. The Super Bowl will be in a strange place this year as New Jersey and MetLife Stadium will be the hosts this year. It is the third time that the NFL will go to the Northern USA and it will mark the first time ever that the NFL will move to an outdoor stadium in the Northern USA.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 16)

There is one week left in the NFL and one week left for teams to make their last stand for the playoffs. That last stand for the playoffs would become that much more important after week 16 of the season when almost nothing was solved. Week 16 would be a week full of drama and for many teams it was a week full of ups and downs as many team believed their hopes to continue playing were dashed only to be revived moments later.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 11)

There are six games left in the NFL season and that means the playoff race is heating up with few chances to get into the postseason. The races are on and teams are either trying to climb into the race or hold on to their lead. As the next six weeks advance there is sure to be plenty of surprises with some already showing their way. There are already plenty of surprises setting up for the playoff push. In the AFC the fight for the playoffs may just come down to the best worst team in the conference.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 14)

The NFL is only three weeks away from beginning the playoffs and that means the playoff picture is becoming more solid. Teams are beginning to lock up their positions in the playoffs but there is still plenty of room for the last three weeks. The NFC is the conference with the most teams already guaranteed a playoff spot. Both the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers have clinched their divisions and a playoff spot.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 5)

Week 5 in the NFL started off on a very sad note as a legend in the NFL passed away on Saturday. The longtime owner of the Oakland Raiders, Al Davis, passed away Saturday before the games leaving a massive hole in the NFL. Al Davis changed the face of the NFL and will always be remembered for his contributions to the league. Al Davis was almost always involved in football from a young age in Brooklyn.

Wednesday Morning QB (NFL Week 4)

The NFL is such an up and down league and this year the fans have seen it with so many comebacks and close games. The NFL has seen 19 games finish by three points or less which is the most in NFL history through 4 weeks. In week 4 the NFL saw another great image as there were a number of close games and a number of great comeback wins. The NFL has seen a lot of parity in the past years and it continues to arise. This week the comeback games showed this more than any others as three teams came back from big deficits while the three other teams gave up big leads.

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