Okay, I’ll be honest. We here at All-Out Blitz have truly struggled with game picks this postseason. But that’s what so great about the NFL playoffs, right?? Any given Sunday! Sunday afternoon’s Conference Championship match-ups feature three squads without any Super Bowl victories (Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Minnesota) and one squad
The 2017-18 NFL postseason resumes Saturday afternoon, with the Atlanta Falcons looking to continue its hot streak in the NFC showdown at Philadelphia (4:35 p.m. ET). The Saturday slate caps with the defending champion Patriots playing host to the underdog Tennessee Titans (8:15 p.m. ET). On Sunday, the underdog AFC
This afternoon, the 2017-18 NFL Wild Card weekend kicks off with Tennessee visiting Arrowhead Stadium to take on the AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Saturday slate will be capped with the Falcons visiting the L.A. Rams at 8:15 p.m. Here’s the All-Out Blitz staff writers Ben Heck and
It’s here. Last week was the preface; Separation Sunday is here. This week, the contenders will separate themselves from the pretenders… hopefully. With how unpredictable this season has been, it could very well be the antithesis of Separation Sunday. One week, things are going to go the way they should.
Week 7 is among us! Thursday night, we had an old-fashioned AFC West showdown when the Chiefs visited Oakland for a game the Raiders desperately need to win. Oakland quarterback Derek Carr ended up throwing a game-winning touchdown to lead the Raiders past Kansas City, 31-30. Our primetime game on
(Actual result in parenthesis) (!!-correct pick) (X-incorrect pick) Thursday December 22 X-Giants over Eagles, 8:20 P.M. ET (Eagles 24-19) Saturday December 24 Dolphins over Bills, 1 P.M. ET Patriots over Jets, 1 P.M. ET Titans over Jaguars, 1 P.M. ET Packers over Vikings, 1 P.M. ET Chargers over Browns, 1 P.M.