Football season is here! Start chilling the beer, get new batteries for the remote and cheer on the home team!
It's always fun trying to predict who will be going to the playoffs and who will win the big game. Here is my best guess.
NFL preseason football is coming into its final week; Week four will see all teams play on Thursday, August 28. The Patriots final preseason game will be in New York against the Giants at 7:30. You can hear the game on B98.5 starting with the pre-game show at 4:30. New England starts its season in Miami on Sunday, September 7 at 1pm.
Most of the major league season will start on March 31, 2014. It's the time of year where fans of all teams have hope that this will be the year. Who really thought that Boston would have won the World Series last year? Can they do it again this season? Here are my predictions.
The baseball season is here! I love baseball, in fact, I plan my summer vacation around going to Fenway Park to catch the Red Sox. I also have been known to make a trip or two to Hadlock Field to watch the Portland Sea Dogs! It's always fun to try and predict which teams will make it to the post season.
This weekend is the AFC and NFC divisional round of the playoffs. The NFL is down to the final eight teams. There will be two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday. Here's my predictions on the games.
If we could just bottle this time of year up and let it loose during cabin fever in February. Summer is still in full swing , the baseball pennant races are heating up and the NFL is gearing up to kickoff their season! Get extra batteries for the remote control!
Wild card weekend was kind of tame. None of the games were very exciting and I predicted three of the four games correctly. Now, it's time for the divisional playoffs and here are my predictions for this weekend.
The NFL season is at the halfway mark already and I thought it would be fun to see how my football predictions were doing. It's not very pretty. In the AFC East, I had the Patriots first, Buffalo second, Jets third and Miami last. In the AFC North, I had Baltimore followed by Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Cleveland. In the AFC South, I had it as Indy, Tennessee, Houston and Jacksonville. In the AFC