Ron Glover’s NFL Previews and Predictions for Week 3: Patriots vs. Ravens — Who gets off the mat first?

Posted in Blogroll on September 21st, 2012 by Ron Glover

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A stunned Stan Koch is still waiting for Billy Cundiff’s kick to split the uprights…

Gone are Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff — the culprits responsible for the Ravens loss in last year’s AFC Championship Game. This week’s rematch catches both teams coming of tough losses.  Both teams were in physical contests last week –I’m curious to see which team is able to take control of the game.

Other games of note: the undefeated Eagles and Cardinals meet in the desert, the Chargers host the Falcons and the Texans take on the Broncos.

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Tip-Off for 9/21/12 (featuring Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers): Playoff baseball returns to D.C.

Posted in Blogroll on September 21st, 2012 by Ron Glover

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Jayson Werth and Bryce Harper are looking for more than just a payoff berth… 
 

The DC beltway is going to be a little more crowded this fall. The Washington Nationals have made it to baseball’s postseason for the first time since 1933 with a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Nationals have yet to clinch the NL East — the magic number for the division crown is eight games.

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Ron Glover’s NFL Recap: New York Giants remind us why they’re champions — crush Carolina Panthers 36-7

Posted in Blogroll on September 21st, 2012 by Ron Glover

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Justin Tuck and the Giants defense keep Cam Newton and the Panthers offense in check.  (US Presswire)

Justin Tuck and the swarming Giants defense smothered Cam Newton all night

A shortened roster and an even shorter work week meant nothing to Tom Coughlin and his New York Giants. The reigning Super Bowl champions were hobbled and written off heading into last night’s contest against the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers were coming off a huge win over the Saints and were looking to take a major step forward with a victory over the Giants.

Backups Andre Brown and Ramses Barden had other ideas as the running back and receiver posted career nights in the Giants 36-7 victory. The Giants defense corralled the free-wheeling Panther offense forcing five turnovers.

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