By Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) Welcome back to the second part of the series. If you are here, either you enjoyed the first one and are REALLY keen to learn more, or you want to know more about the topics we’ll Read More
By Maxwell Petit-Jean (@a_winning_smile) It’s time for another ‘season review’ for the 2019 NFL season. This article focuses on the Green Bay Packers, a team who reached the NFC Championship game, only to be beaten by the eventual runners-up. ENTERING Read More
By James Fotheringham (@NFLHypeTrain) This is it. Hopefully if you are taking the time to read this, you are in your championship game (if not, good luck in avoiding the toilet bowl or any forfeits your league must have). There Read More
After our divisional season review podcasts, we are now looking to the future and asking where each franchise goes from here. We put ourselves in the chair of being GM or the owner and going over what moves we would Read More
The Super Bowl teams have been decided, but it wasn’t without controversy!
Tim and Lee are joined by Adam to recap both of the games and to also talk about the International Series games and the coverage of the NFL in this country.
Tuesday means quizzing so Lee from All32UK joins us to test his NFL knowledge in the Full10Questions.
Championship Weekend! Bittersweet feelings with only 3 games left in the 2018 season but Tim and Lee give you the low down on the Conference Championship games. Which QB could be the downfall to one team’s chances? And what is the key to the Patriots causing an upset in Arrowhead?
Adam and Tim then go through their best bets for the weekend’s games and also…which Italian chain has the best restaurants?
We finish off with a quick conversation about Lee’s new Mock Draft 2.0 which was put up recently.
Good friend Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) joins us as we take an early look at how the divisions could play out this year. We also run the rule over some end of season awards and decide whether or not Saquon Barkley is a sure thing for Offensive Rookie of the Year but also, why are the Quarterbacks so low in price?
PS – Apologies for any sound issues you may hear with this podcast