Johnny Kinsley predicts the 2018 AFC West, including shout outs to the Chargers' secondary and the Broncos' receiving corps.
Jonathan Kinsley gives his favorite games form week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.
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
Tony Romo, Jamaal Charles/Arian Foster/Le'Veon Bell/Dion Lewis Jordy Nelson, Kelvin Benjamin, Niles Paul. The 2015 All Injury Reserve Team would be better than the 2007 New England Patriots. This week's slab of Primetime games includes a highly anticipated matchup, and some trash teams meeting on Monday. Here are the previews of New England vs. … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 12, 2015
To say future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning has struggled during the 2015 season would be a vast understatement. So far in his 4th season with the Denver Broncos, Manning has completed 62.8% of his passes (167/266) for 1,864 yards, 7 TD, a league leading 11 interceptions, and a 75.1 passer rating. He has thrown an interception … Continue reading Ignore The Raw Stats: Peyton Manning Played His Best Game Since December 2014
Daylight Savings Time starts right now, which gives us an extra hour to not watch the Lions-Chiefs game in London. There’s really not much to say about these games, other than that Green Bay-Denver should be a hell of a lot better than Indianapolis-Carolina. So here come the previews. Sunday Night Preview: 2 of the … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 8, 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?
I'm sure you've all heard it by now. The Kansas City Chiefs have not had a wide receiver touchdown in the regular season in quite some time, starting Week 15 of 2013, and going to the present day. It's a streak that keeps increasing and increasing. Now, you're probably wondering; are we able to figure … Continue reading Just How Amazing Is The Kansas City Chiefs’ Wide Receiver Touchdown Drought?
I recently learned that the New York Giants are a football team. Thank you, Phil Simms. Week 3’s primetime games won’t offer observations as astute, but they are primetime football, which is good enough. Sunday Night features the Denver Broncos taking on the Detroit Lions, and Monday Night features the Kansas City Chiefs travelling to … Continue reading Primetime Previews: Week 3, 2015
Between Tony Romo getting injured, Drew Brees potentially missing games, and a laundry list of other players that fit said criteria, Week 2 of 2015 felt like the sequel to the Body Bag Game. Still, Week 2 felt like less of a mess than its predecessor. We saw higher quality performances from the offense, as … Continue reading 2015 NFL Week 2 Awards (Brick Wall Blitz Edition)