Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
The four NFL divisional round playoff games gave us plenty of things to talk about today. Watch the remixed highlights from all four games in one simple video clip embedded below:
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And then there were 12.
The NFL regular season ended Sunday, which means one thing: the playoffs are coming up quickly. And even though the Jets and Giants aren't playing into 2013, that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy some quality football this January.
Below are the matchups for each playoff game, with time (EST) and TV channel. We'll update them as the postseason progresses:
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Peyton Manning is back atop the football world. Or, at least, Bob Glauber's NFL power rankings.
The 12-3 Denver Broncos, led by the veteran signal-caller, top the latest NFL power rankings after a 34-12 win over the Cleveland Browns. The Atlanta Falcons move one spot up to No. 2, while the surprising Seattle Seahawks jump up four spots to third place.
The Giants are the biggest losers,...Read more »
If you learn that an NFL team ran just two plays and had the ball for only 36 seconds of an entire quarter, you might expect that to adversely affect their chances of winning the football game.
But, what if Peyton Manning was the quarterback for those two plays and 36 seconds?
Yes, the Denver Broncos ran just two plays in the third quarter of Sunday night's season opener. It resulted...Read more »