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The National Football League is not an independent spring-summer baseball league where teams come and go and on an odd occasion, a team could play an entire season of road games.
On today's show, Rock talks the Bucs loss to the Saints. Where do the Bucs go from here? Plus, Rock talks the "Miami Miracle," the Heisman, Clearwater's Keith Thurman Jr., Rays baseball, and much more!
"Goal No. 1 was to win the division again and we were able to do that," Drew Brees said Sunday after throwing for one touchdown and running for another to help the Saints rally from an 11-point halftime deficit to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28-14.
On today's show, Mike Nabors fills in for Rock Riley. Mike covers the New Orleans Saints, so he has lots of insight for this Sunday's matchup. Mike talks Brees and Winston comparison, the Bucs remaining schedule, the impending bad weather during the game, the Heisman trophy, Tampa Bay Rays talk, and much more!
On today's show, Rock talks USF as they look ahead to the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl. Plus, Rock talks the Bucs as they prepare to face the New Orleans Saints, the announcement of Tampa's XFL team, Alliance of American Football, and much more!
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg is ready to fill up some of his fall Sunday afternoons watching an NFL game at the city’s Alamodome sports venue sometime between now and 2028. Nirenberg told the San Antonio TV station KSAT you will see an NFL team in San Antonio in the next 10 years.
On today's episode, Rock is talking about New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees breaking the all time passing yardage record in the NFL. Why...
It was clear early on in Sunday’s game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints that the Bucs’ offense was going to keep scoring unless or until the Saints could get defenders in the backfield. New Orleans never did.
Blake Bortles completed 6 of 9 passes for 53 yards and scored on a short bootleg in Jacksonville's 24-20 loss to New Orleans in the exhibition opener for both teams Thursday night.
The New Orleans Superdome is again in bad shape. That is what Louisiana residents are being told but it’s not in the post-Katrina bad shape where a hurricane did great damage to the building.