Tune into the latest Bar Stool Fanatics podcast as the panel of Ray Hamill, Doug Specht and Mitch Snowden break down this weekend’s playoff action. On Saturday, the Falcons and Titans travel to take on the Eagles and Patriots, while on Sunday the Steelers host the Jaguars, followed by the Vikings hosting the Saints.
Don’t look now, but there are only 251 games remaining in the NFL season. Doesn’t time fly by?
Thus far, though, I have to say it’s been an exciting season, with no team currently sitting more than a game out of first place in their respective division (with the exception of the Bengals, surprise, surprise), and everything still to play for.
The new “best rivalry” on the West Coast takes center stage Thursday night when Stanford hosts Oregon in a showdown that is being billed as the biggest college football game ever to be played at Palo Alto, and one that will go a long way toward deciding who plays in this season’s BCS Championship.