Sterling Sharpe is boldly going where no analyst has gone before. Well, not exactly, but he is going out on a limb and making quite the prediction for Week 17.
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Posted: Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Baltimore Ravens, Brian Baldinger, Drew Brees, Ed Reed, Four Downs, Indianapolis Colts, Jamar Chaney, Kansas City Chiefs, Mike Vrabel, Peyton Manning, Philadelphia Eagles
Here’s a few thoughts to share after taking in all the film of Week 15. Since we can’t get enough of the Eagles, let’s start with their newest difference-maker on defense.
As good — and at times perfect — as Tom Brady has been this, Michael Vick is still the NFL MVP. It just goes to show how unbelievable Vick has been for the Eagles.
All good things must come to an end … or so they say. Well, one of our “Playbook” analysts sees the Saints’ one-year reign over the NFC South coming to an end on Monday night.
I’d start fixing the Jets by looking at their running game. The Jets look like a bad, dysfunctional running team right now.
Posted: Thursday, December 16th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Andy Reid, Baltimore Ravens, Brian Baldinger, Four Downs, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jason Peters, Joe Flacco, Maurice Jones-Drew, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Todd Herremans
Here’s a look at four items from my film notes from Week 14, starting with why the Jaguars can go into Indianapolis and win this week.
The AFC South title has resided in Indianapolis so often that the Colts might as well create a symbolic championship belt with a horseshoe in the middle of it. Well, there will be another top cat this year, say two of three Playbook analysts.
Posted: Thursday, December 9th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Brian Baldinger, Dallas Cowboys, Four Downs, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jason Garrett, Jon Kitna, LeSean McCoy, Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, Steve Spagnuolo
My weekly look at game film brought up some interesting trends and truths. Four Downs starts this week with why I see the Jaguars winning the AFC South race.
After watching Tom Brady’s near-perfect performance against the Jets on Monday night, I’m not sure there’s any argument about who is the NFL’s most valuable player.
When three experts pick winners for 16 games, there are bound to be some disagreements.
The November Nine. No, it’s not just the name given to the final table at the World Series of Poker. It also represents a feat two NFL teams are trying to accomplish Sunday night.
U-N-I-T-Y — no, it’s not just an old-school hip-hop classic from Queen Latifah. It’s also representative of how the “Playbook” analysts picked this week.
Donovan McNabb might have gotten revenge on the Eagles the first time around, but all three of our Playbook analysts expect Philadelphia to get the better of McNabb in the rematch.
Posted: Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brian Baldinger, Charles Davis, Dallas Cowboys, Fran Charles, Jason Garrett, Jerry Jones, Mike Mayock, NFL Total Access, Rod Woodson, Wade Phillips
Brian Baldinger, Mike Mayock, Charles Davis and Rod Woodson discuss whether the Cowboys can get any better under interim coach Jason Garrett .
Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris has proudly stated he thinks his team is the best in the NFC. Consider our Playbook analysts unimpressed. Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann and Brian Baldinger all predict the Falcons will knock off the Buccaneers in a crucial NFC South showdown.