Jason Fitz is joined by quarterback expert and host of the Athletic Football Show Nate Tice to give a unique perspective on how we rank and grade quarterbacks by adding their head coach/playcaller into the equation. Fitz and Nate go through the current playoff bracket and give letter grades for each and every quarterback and head coach combo and determine who deserves more of the credit pie. The duo also discuss some fringe playoff contenders and some of the more interesting combos on bad teams. Later, Fitz is joined by former NFL GM Michael Lombardi to discuss David Tepper's ownership style and the future of the Carolina Panthers, Brandon Staley and whether it's time for the Los Angeles Chargers to move on and how a quarterback's likability in the locker room can indirectly define their success.
It feels dire because it’s the Lakers and of course, because it’s James. Their record says 11-8 going into their showdown against the spry Thunder, but when four of the losses are by double digits, it’s easier to call for the code red.
JJ Watt broke some news.
Curt Cignetti spent the last five seasons at James Madison and oversaw the program’s transition from the FCS level up to the FBS.
Which sleepers will awaken in Week 13? Scott Pianowski reveals his list.
Here's what you need to know about how to watch Thursday Night Football.
Bryce James, LeBron James’ youngest son, makes junior season debut as Sierra Canyon remains undefeated
James, a 6-foot-4 guard, has had an interesting path back to Sierra Canyon after leaving the program in June.
It's another edition of 'Stat Nerd Thursday' with Dalton Del Don and Matt Harmon. The two provide one stat you need to know for every team in the NFL heading into Week 13. Del Don and Harmon also preview every angle of the TNF matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys.
The Blue Devils suffered their second loss of the season.
How well Rodemaker performs at quarterback will go a long way toward determining which teams reach the CFP this year.