In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy preview the NFL playoffs..Ã‚Â After 17 weeks of regular season football, wildcard weekend has arrived.Ã‚Â Twelve teams have their sights set on hosting the Lombardi Trophy, February 2nd, … Continued
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy go over all the playoff scenarios.Ã‚Â Then make predictions on what teams will be invited to the party and which teams will be sitting by the fireplace drinking … Continued
Once again the Cowboys find themselves not only playing a division rival in week 17, but fighting for their playoff lives. They will host the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T stadium: the loser of this game goes home for good.Ã‚Â The … Continued
For the 3rd time in 3 years, the Dallas Cowboys will be playing a division foe for the NFC East title. Obviously the season is too long to plan it this way, but again here they sit.
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy discuss the game that nearly crushed the packers playoff hopes. “FALSE START – Number 67” barked the referee.Ã‚Â Something we normally hear during the duration of a game.Ã‚Â … Continued
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy discuss four games that have playoff implications and also discuss the one big upset of the week.Ã‚Â The four NFL predictions for week 13 include the Chicago Bears … Continued
The Dallas Cowboys play the Philadelphia Eagles for all the NFC East marbles The NFC East is not the stacked division it was in previous decades. With the New York Giants still seeking their first win of the season and … Continued
The Dallas Cowboys head to the “City Of Brotherly Love” to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles. The winner of the game will have a slim lead in the NFC East. The YDCFF staff give their thoughts and predictions for … Continued
The Cowboys face a fast, dangerous, team this week. Keeping pace with the high speed Philadelphia Eagles team led by Chip Kelly, won’t be an easy task. The defense will have to be at their best.
. My buddy Bryan Broaddus suggested that I write an article about “Who Has The Worst Offensive Line In The NFC East At This Point In The Season?” Being that I thoroughly enjoy studying tape, especially of … Continued