Johnny Kinsley predicts the 2018 AFC North, and why the Steelers, while still good, may have missed their Super Bowl window.
Lions wide receiver Marvin Jones is enjoying a breakout year, and Jonathan Kinsley explains why his skill set and quality of play makes it sustainable.
The Browns are the sole winless team this season, but Hue Jackson's play calling leaves a lot to like in the present and the future.
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
Unless you’ve been in a coma, you’ve probably noticed that through 6 weeks of mesmerizingly sloppy football, there are 5 undefeated teams left on the board. The New England Patriots. The Denver Broncos. The Cincinnati Bengals. The Green Bay Packers. The Carolina Panthers. Surprising group? Pretty much (The Atlanta Falcons being excluded from this tier … Continue reading Which Undefeated Team Has The Biggest Shot At Missing The 2015 NFL Playoffs?
Andy Dalton is entering his 5th season in the NFL, all with the Cincinnati Bengals. He's contributed to their consecutive playoff appearance streak in each of his first 4 seasons, and (more or less), their first round exits. It's no secret that Dalton is a roller coaster QB. He has his ups, downs, and a … Continue reading Andy Dalton’s Roller Coaster Career Against AFC North Teams
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