With the 2020 NFL schedule out late yesterday; are you ready to circle the following games on your calendar? Since we’re in the middle of a pandemic; I’m sure most of you have been looking forward to this.
The NFL 2020 free agency and trade season has been very active. Without much happening in the world of sports; there has been a lot of crazy moves made in the off-season.
With the regular season ending yesterday, the Wild Card playoff schedule is all set. Since there were a few surprises in the last game of the season; let’s take a look at the teams that will play this upcoming weekend.
With the NFL 2019 Season coming to an end; there are already eight teams that have secured a spot in the playoffs. So, let’s take a look at where things presently stand.
Both visiting teams win in the conference rounds. To read more about the road to the finals; be sure to check out our NFL Conference Round Playoff post.
NFL Conference Round begins this weekend. So, last weekends divisional winners were all won by the home team. To read more, check out our NFL Divisional Rounds post.
NFL Divisional Rounds kicks off tomorrow. Indeed, the road to the Super Bowl is tough. After three upsets in the Wild Card games last week; let’s take a look at the match-ups for the Divisional Rounds
Now that the regular season has officially ended, the 2019 NFL playoff picture is all set. So, let’s take a look at what teams will be playing.
So, the divisional playoffs are over. When the divisional weekend games started; there were eight teams. Now, four are remaining. Let’s take a look at how the games ended up.
Since ten weeks have gone by, today’s post is about the NFL midseason. As we’re a little bit more than half way through the season; we’re beginning to see some front-runners in several divisions.