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It has been a very long week  so why not get away from it all and back to your favorite sport, the NFL. Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Steve Shoup, as they bring you The NFL SHOW presented by Fanspeak.com. If you have missed a bunch this week, no worries  the guys get you caught up on the NFL as you put from the misery that was this past week in your rear-view mirror, at least for two hours.

It will be the first Sunday in November and The NFL has officially reached the halfway point.  Alan and Steve will recap Week 8, including the Redskins tough loss to the rising Steelers. Alan will have Ravens news and notes as well as audio snippets from each team as they prepare for their Week 9 contests.

The guys will hand out their mid-season awards, tell you who has disappointed through the first 8 weeks, and give a few predictions for the second half. From there it’s on to this Sunday’s games around the NFL as the guys breakdown the marquee matchups and deliver the Fanspeak “Start em” or Sit em” segment for the fantasy football guru.

Alan and Steve will then deliver their weekly power rankings. Steve will deliver the Fanspeak Top 10 and Alan will have his second installment of the BCS STYLE NFL POWER POLL. Are the Falcons the No.1 team in the land, log on and listen to find out?

Future and present signal-calling superstars square off this weekend in the NFL. Big Ben meets Eli (2004) in a battle of two—–two-time Super Bowl winning QB’s on Sunday.  Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill, who have both led their team to surprising 4-3 starts meet this weekend, as the future of the NFL superstar quarterbacks starts to take shape.

With the success of RG3 and Russell Wilson, as well as other quarterbacks in the 2004 and 2012 NFL drafts, Alan and Steve will compare the great 1983 QB class to the 2004 and 2012 quarterback class and tell you, which one is likely to be better when it is all finished.

Showtime is 8:30 until 10:30 and you are encouraged to call in and voice your opinion on any topic from the power polls to the QB classes.

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