Jeremy Conn breaks down the AFC division by division.
I am going to break things down division by division and tell you who I think will make the playoffs.
At last the baseball season is here, Thursday was opening day and on the schedule was the defending World Champion San Francisco Giants. So, what better way to finish my prediction & previews series than to talk about the division with the champs in it?
The latest installment of predictions will focus on the biggest division in baseball the NL Central. Last season the Reds came out of nowhere to win the division and have big aspirations for 2011.
After finishing the American League it’s now time for me to make my way to the National League, and what better way to start than the NL East.
Last year the Rangers came out of nowhere to win their first division title since 1999. The Angels have had a steady decline over the past few seasons. Each team is going through some changes in hopes of achieving what the Rangers did last season.
The AL Central might be one of the most interesting divisions in baseball, the Twins are the defending champs and Tigers and White Sox are nipping at their heels.
What better place to start the season predictions but in the AL East? For most people’s money not just the best division in baseball but in all of sports.
Paul Bessire, statistician and founder of the Prediction Machine, has predicted the scores on The Mark Viviano Show all season long.
It’s the final week of the 2010 NFL Regular season, and with that come The Scott Garceau Show Week 17 Predictions. See how you match up against the show.
Week 16 in the NFL is here and the games only get more meaningful from here on out. Same could be said for our predictions…
It the home stretch of the 2010 season as we only have three games left. Only one team has clinched a playoff spot and that’s the red-hot New England Patriots. As for me I went 10-6 last week to bring my season total to 130-78. Here are my week 15 picks.