All the teams of the NFC North sit with a record of 1-1. All four of the teams had moments that shined and moments that make us want to pound another beer. Let’s take a look at what we have discovered in the first two weeks.
NFC North Report Special 2012 Predictions Edition: How Will The Packers, Bears, Lions, and Vikings Finish?
Some of your favorite MSF writers and NFC North fans have decided to pretend they know EXACTLY how the season will end and provide an educated guess on who will be at the top of the division when it’s all said and done.
The NFC North Report is back to dissect the draft, and give you a little insight on the future of your favorite team. Looking for 2012 season and Super Bowl predictions? This isn’t ESPN. We are going to break down the players and explain their significance (or insignificance) to each team.
This week is a build-up to one of the greatest holidays in American history (don’t even try to tell me it’s not a legitimate holiday). Join your favorite crew — Drew, Tyler, Chris, and myself — for discussion, predictions, and the latest insight on Ron Gronkowski’s ankle injury.
Just because there’s no real football this weekend doesn’t mean we won’t have anything to talk about. Join MSF’s fantastic football foursome, Amanda Lawson, Drew Lange, Tyler Juranovich and myself for this week’s edition of “The NFC North Report.”
Tonight your NFC North experts Drew Lange, Tyler Juranovich, Chris Callaway, and myself will talk about the upsets last week (even if we’d rather just forget a horrible loss) and preview this weekend’s upcoming Conference Championship games.
Tonight, the Wild Card Playoff edition of the NFC North Report will take place, hosted as always by MSF’s fun, football-loving quartet of Amanda Lawson, Drew Lange, Chris Callaway, and Tyler Juranovich. If you haven’t been listening to their weekly breakdown of all things Packers, Bears, Lions, and Vikings, you really should start. Why not tonight?