Johnny Kinsley predicts the 2018 NFC West, including why the 49ers' receiving corps could have a big year.
Carson Palmer is coming off an MVP caliber season, but find out why he was great for a long time and why he's underappreciated as a whole.
It’s that time of year again, where the NFL Playoff race gets tighter and tighter. Naturally, we’ve got some really good matchups/crucial playoff deciding matchups, and the margin for error is extremely slim. That is where Crunchtime Matchups comes in. With 3 weeks left, I shall write out the most important, vital, and exciting playoff … Continue reading NFL Crunchtime Matchups: Week 15, 2015
The first of the new Crunchtime Matchups columns, where I look at critical playoff deciding matchups from the month of December.
I made the mistake of thinking the Titans-Jaguars Thursday Night matchup would be a good game. Never making that mistake again. Week 11's Primetime games are the best on paper in a year that's been lacking in anticipated matchups. Covered are Cincinnati vs. Arizona and Buffalo Vs. New England Sunday Night Preview: Carson Palmer Meets Some Old … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 11, 2015
Getting annoyed with the NFL. Patriots-Giants game isn't on Primetime. Thanks. What we are stuck with, however, is Arizona vs. Seattle and Houston at Cincinnati. Considering the matchups in previous weeks, this should be a bit better. Sunday Night Preview: Arizona's Biggest Chance To Run Away With The NFC West Sunday Night is a huge divisional showdown … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 10, 2015
Primetime Previews: Week 7, 2015 I didn’t spend any money watching that Thursday Night Football “game” featuring the Seattle Seahawks beating the San Francisco 49ers, but I would like a refund of the time I wasted watching that farce. Week 7’s primetime games feature 3 teams named after birds and 1 team that is the … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 7, 2015
The current MVP debate is centered around either Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers. More candidates have been listed, but for the most part, people believe these 2 to be at the top. In my mind, one candidate is the clear front-runner. Carson Palmer. This may seem like a shock to some, as Brady and Rodgers … Continue reading Carson Palmer Has Broken Out As The Current 2015 MVP Frontrunner
Carson Palmer has not been this relevant in a long time. Usually when anyone talks about the 35-year old QB, they refer to his early days in Cincinnati when he was a top QB (primarily 2005, where he led the season in TD passes and had an MVP caliber year). Since the 2005 playoff game … Continue reading Carson Palmer Is The Arizona Cardinals’ Most Valuable Player Heading Into 2015