Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup tonight starting at 8:30 as they bring you the Championship edition of THE NFL SHOW on the FANSPEAK RADIO NETWORK.
The show begins with Fanspeak.com’s Stephen Shoup checking in from the East-West Shrine game in Tampa, Florida. Since 1925, the East-West Shrine Game has been a showcase for the next generation of NFL greats. The game is the longest-running all-star college football game, combining great football with a great cause and creating experiences for players that will last a lifetime. In fact, there are 246 former East-West Shrine Game players on current NFL rosters.
Steve will tell us who will be the next crop to join the list. Alan and Steve will also weigh in on Notre Dame Linebacker Manti Te’o’s situation. You would be surprised what the guys think.
The guys then look back at all four NFL Divisional games. Where does the Ravens and Broncos double OT thriller rank in the annals of NFL playoff history and was the Atlanta-Seattle game even better, Alan and Steve weigh in with analysis, stats and audio from the winners and losers.
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After an improbable play following an unbelievable set of circumstances on Saturday night in Denver, are the Baltimore Ravens the NFL team of destiny as the NY Giants were last season. Are the Patriots really 9-points better than Baltimore and why has Tom Brady struggled against Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs and company? The guys will answer those questions, as well as tell you how much of an impact the “Gronk” injury could have in this game.
Who will win the first AFC CHAMPIONSHIP rematch since the Browns and Broncos produced THE FUMBLE AND THE DRIVE in the mid 80’s? Steve and Alan will tell you. Alan will tell you why the Atlanta Falcons are the biggest home underdog in playoff history, as he and Steve break down the teams, and the game– set for 3:30 Sunday afternoon (FOX) at the Georgia Dome.
Will the Falcons slow down 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who presents a huge problem for an Atlanta Falcons defense that has struggled more than any team this season remaining in the playoffs against the pistol-option run offense?
Will it be a Harbaugh Brothers Super Bowl in the Big Easy or will the Patriots spoil the party as Tom Brady looks to tie his boyhood idol, Joe Montana with four SB wins. Can the Falcons get off the “Matt” and return to the glory days of the “Dirty Bird. Will Ray Lewis be dancing on Bourbon Street before riding off into the sunset? All of these questions answered plus much—much—more on tonight’s show.
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