Johnny Kinsley ranks the 2018's NFL division leaders from best to worst at the halfway point of the season.
Johnny Kinsley gives his predictions for the 2018 AFC East. SPOILER: New England wins it, but there's still a few things to like about the other teams.
Jonathan Kinsley gives his favorite games form week 2 of the 2017 NFL season.
Don't believe the 27 points allowed. Jonathan Kinsley explains why the Chiefs defense put on a showcase performance against Tom Brady and the Patriots.
We asked for a good Thursday Night Football game and got it with Vikings-Cardinals. Too bad that won’t happen for another decade. This week’s Primetime Previews are breath, since I haven’t had much time to write them. So here’s previews for New England at Houston and New York Giants at Miami. Sunday Night … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 14, 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
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
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 have no words to describe Thursday Night’s Falcons-Saints game, other than “WHAT THE HELL WAS ON MY TV?!?!?!” Messier than a Todd Haley trick play. Anyways, to go in a completely opposite direction of the Kansas City Chiefs on third down, we move forward with this week’s primetime action. We’ll get to the slaughterhouse … Continue reading NFL Primetime Previews: Week 6, 2015
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?