Adam Greene

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Live Blog: AFC Championship – Steelers at Patriots

Our final playoff game is upon us and of course they scheduled it second. The Pittsburgh Steelers (13-5) travel to nefarious Foxboro to take on the New England Patriots (15-2) in the AFC Championship. As always, scroll on down for the live blog. Keep reading for the press release from the NFL. NFL Network’s Championship Sunday Coverage ​​​Special 6-Hour Edition …

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Live Blog: NFC Championship – Packers at Falcons

It’s happening. The Super Bowl 51 teams are a being determined today and first up we have the NFC Championship game between the Green Bay Packers (12-6) and Atlanta Falcons (12-5) on FOX. As always, scroll on down for the live blog. Keep reading for the press release from the NFL. NFL Network’s Championship Sunday Coverage ​​​Special 6-Hour Edition of …

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Live Blog: SHOBox – Lopez vs Roman

ShoBox: The Next Generation makes it’s 2017 debut with a main event serving as a WBA junior featherweight eliminator. Adam Lopez (16-0-1, 8 KOs) takes on Daniel Roman (21-2-1, 7 KOs) at the Bally’s Event Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The primary undercard will be a super middleweight bout between Ronald Ellis (13-0-1, 10 KOs) and Christopher Brooker (11-2, …

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Vegas, Baby. Vegas

Let’s just get this out there as a statement, because I don’t think we’ve had the opportunity to wrap our brains around it just yet. There is going to be an NFL team in Las Vegas. Yes, that Las Vegas. Thursday the Raiders made official what we all knew was coming; they filed official relocation papers to move from Oakland …

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The FAQ: AFC Championship – Steelers at Patriots

Our Championship Sunday nightcap is the game, I’d wager, most of you reading this have a rooting interest in and that interest is, specifically, rooting against the New England Patriots (15-2). The Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers (13-5) in the AFC Championship Game. Kick off is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. on CBS. The line has ticked up half a point …

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The FAQ: NFC Championship – Packers at Falcons

Fans at the Georgia Dome last week thought they were seeing their last NFL game at that facility, but thanks to an otherworldly performance from Aaron Rodgers, they get one more shot. The Atlanta Falcons (12-5) host the Green Bay Packers (12-6) in the NFC Championship. Kick off is set fort 3:05 p.m. Sunday on FOX. The line on this …

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Monday Aftermath, NFL Divisional Round

Our conference championship games are set after a pretty spectacular NFL Divisional Round. On the NFC side, you have the Green Bay Packers at the Atlanta Falcons and on the AFC side, you have the Pittsburgh Steelers at Those Assholes. Yeah. We have to talk about that first. So Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, following the instructions the social …

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Live Blog: AFC Divisional Round – Steelers at Chiefs

Our Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs wraps up in Missouri when the Kansas City Chiefs (12-4) host the Pittsburgh Steelers (12-5) in what could be a snowstorm. This game was originally scheduled for 1 p.m. but the weather put the kabosh on that. Now we get Sunday night football one last time on NBC. As always, scroll on down …

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Live Blog: NFC Divisional Round – Packers at Cowboys

It was supposed to be our final playoff game of the weekend, but the weather in Missouri changed all that. Now it’s the first half of our NFL Divisional Round doubleheader when the Green Bay Packers (11-6) take on the Dallas Cowboys (13-3) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. As always. scroll on down for the live blog. Keep reading …

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Live Blog: AFC Divisional Round – Texans at Patriots

Our divisional round Sunday ends with the New England Patriots (14-2) hosting the Houston Texans (10-7) with a trip to the AFC Championship on the line. As always, scroll on down for the live blog. Keep reading for the press release from the NFL. NFL Network’s Wild Card Weekend Coverage Coverage Begins Saturday at 10:00 AM ET​ In-Studio Visits From …

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