One on One's NFL Friday

DJ Sixsmith and Nolan Silbernagel review the tough divisional matchups from last weekend before previewing the must-see conference championships happening this coming Sunday. 

The guys were joined by WFUV alum and current CBS Sports Radio Network voice, Andrew Bogusch to get all the latest insights on the Seahawks versus the 49ers and the Broncos vs. the Patriots. 

DJ and Nolan, as well as Kelly and Patrick, from the behind the glass gave their prediction for what should be two great games. 

To hear the entire show click the link below or tune in to 90.7 FM on Saturday January 18th, to hear the broadcast then. 

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Kenny Ducey and Nick Logerfo quickly recap Wild-Card Weekend and then dive into this weekend's playoff matchups. Kevin Clark NFL columnist for the Wall Street Journal joins the guys to analyze the key matchups for every game. Kevin tells the guys why it'll be tough sledding for Andrew Luck in New England and why the Panthers should edge the 49ers.

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It's a nitty-gritty episode this week as the NFL Playoffs are about to begin. Kenny and Nolan give you a detailed analysis of the four playoff games this weekend. Kenny explains why the Chargers aren't to be taken lightly and Nolan tells you why Aaron Rodgers and the Pack should prevail in the frozen tundra. 

The staff gives their predictions for each matchup with a twist--we give a confidence factor for each pick

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Well that was quick. Its already time for the regualar season finale of One on One's NFL Friday. Mack Rosenberg and Shaun Cohen take a look into all the intriguing scenarios that have developed here in Week 17.

We start out by taking a look at the final matchups of the season for both the Jets and Giants, with the weekly reports of Eric Mollo and Kris Venezia. 

Next up, we dive into the multiple playoff scenarios that coudl surface after the final weeek is done, and preview who we think gets in on the final day of the regular season.

Later, Mack and Shaun take a look at some coaches who may be on the hot seat moving forward, and we end off the show as always with the staff picks segment. 

Staff Standings:

Bobby Gubin (45-25)
Kenny Ducey (30-24)
Mack Rosenberg (29-25)
Patrick Burns (25-20)
Julian Atizena (40-42)
Matt Moro (24-29)
Nolan Silbernagel (20-30)
Kelly Kultys (25-33)

Not enough picks to qualify: (need min. 15 games)
Nick Logerfo (3-2)
DJ Sixsmith (7-10)
Shaun Cohen (4-7)

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Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg recap the crazy Ravens win over the Lions on Monday Night and the Cowboys blowing a huge lead to Green Bay. Clark Jusge talks with the guys aboutt the playoff picture and the teams he like for the final wild card spots. In addtion to the weekly picks and fantasy segmets the guys comiserate over the Jets and Giants respective seasons.

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DJ Sixsmith makes his NFL Friday return after a 10-week hiatus to host with Nolan Silbernagel. The guys discuss the Chargers Thursday night upset over the number one team in the AFC, the Broncos. They also offer their opinions on the quarterback controversy taking place in Chicago, as well as Aaron Rodgers' health. 

The guys then turned their attention to the Giants after their pitiful performance against those streaking Chargers last week. DJ and Nolan debated on whether the Giants should return Hakeem Nicks next year, as well as the team's shot against Seattle this week. 

The show then shifted to the other New York team, still fighting for their playoff lives after a large win over the Raiders. The guys debated on whether or not the run-heavy Jets had a chance against the run-stuffing Panthers. 

As always, Eric Mollo and Kris Venezia, the Giants and Jets beat reporters respectively, contributed their weekly reports, before Bobby Gubin came on to give the latest fantasy advice. Gubin and producer Kelly Kultys are the only two NFL Friday members still alive in the WFUV Fantasy League. 

The show wrapped up with staff picks and upsets. The standings are updated. 

Bobby Gubin (40-18)
Mack Rosenberg (26-22)
Kenny Ducey (26-22)
Patrick Burns (17-16)
Julian Atizena (33-36)
Matt Moro (21-26)
Nolan Silbernagel (19-25)
Kelly Kultys (22-30)

Not enough picks to qualify: (need min. 15 games)
Nick Logerfo (3-2)
DJ Sixsmith (4-7)
Shaun Cohen (4-7)

Click the link below to listen or download on iTunes. 

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Mack Rosenberg & Nolan Silbernagel

Mack and Nolan jump right in to the chaotic sports day that was December 6th, which included the firing of Texans' head coach Gary Kubiak. The guys discussed what the Texans need to do to get back on track. Mack and Nolan then previewed the potential playoff picture in both leagues as the season heads toward the end. 

Mack adamantly stated that the Giants would not be in the playoffs, but Nolan offered some reasons as to why the G-Men still have a shot. They then previewed their upcoming matchup with the San Diego Chargers. 

The guys were then joined by Seth Walder of the New York Daily News to break down the Jets and their recent disappointments. Walder offered his opinion as to what Rex Ryan needs to do at the quarterback position and how Gang Green will fare against Oakland. 

Eric Mollo and Kris Venezia contributed their weekly Giants and Jets reports, before Bobby Gubin joined the guys to give his fantasy recommendations and preview the WFUV fantasy league. 

Staff Pick Standings:

Bobby Gubin: (36-16)
Pat Burns: (15-12)
Kenny Ducey: (26-22)
Mack Rosenberg: (22-20)
Julian Atienza: (29-34)
Matt Moro: (21-26)
Kelly Kultys: (20-26)
Nolan Silbernagel (15-23)

Not Enough to Quality (15 picks):

Nick Logerfo: (3-2)
DJ Sixsmith: (4-7)
Shaun Cohen: (4-7)

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Yesterday was Thanksgiving, so that means triple the Thursday Night football to cover on this post-turkey edition of One on One's NFL Friday.

Mack Rosenberg and Shaun Cohen take a look at all three of yesterday's Thanksgiving matchups, including a big win in Detroit, a Dallas comeback, and an exciting nightcap between the Steelers and Ravens in Baltimore.

The guys then move on to some local football, as both the Jets and Giants look to rebound from tough Week 12 losses on Sunday. Eric Mollo brings us his weekly Giants report, as Mack and Shaun discuss how monumental the Giants loss to the Cowboys was, and how now even running the table may not be enough for the G-Men to make it to the postseason. Kris Venezia then brings us his weekly Jets report, and the guys look at how even though Gang Green has looked miserable lately, they're still in the AFC Playoff hunt as a matchup with AFC Rival Miami looms, who also sit at 5-6. 

Speaking of the playoffs, Mack and Shaun then take a look at that crowded AFC Wild Card chase, as well as things on the NFc side, where San Fran and Arizona look to be destined for a fight to the finish for the 6 spot. The guys then also discuss the losing situation in Washington, and whether or not RGIII should be playing this season.

Bobby Gubin joins the fun with his Believe it or Not Segment along with his start ems and sit ems, and last but certainly not least, stays in for the always exciting staff picks.

We've got some changes to the leaderboard heading into Week 13, as Pat Burns has surged up the leaderboard with his 4-1 week 12 and now sits dangerous close behind Bobby for first place and just ahead of Kenny for third. Nolan Silbernagel's 1-4 performance last week has broke Kelly Kultys out of the basement as Nolan now sits alone in last place.

Staff Pick Standings:

Bobby Gubin: (32-14)
Pat Burns: (15-12)
Kenny Ducey: (26-22)
Mack Rosenberg: (18-18)
Matt Moro: (18-23)
Julian Atienza: (25-32)
Kelly Kultys: (20-26)
Nolan Silbernagel (15-23)

Not Enough to Quality (15 picks):

Nick Logerfo: (3-2)
DJ Sixsmith: (4-7)
Shaun Cohen: (1-4)

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Kenny Ducey and Nolan Silbernagel host this week's NFL Friday where they discuss the upcoming matchups for the Giants and Jets, the latest incarnation of Manning vs. Brady, and who to start on your fantasy team.

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Mack Rosenberg & Shaun Cohen

Shaun Cohen makes his NFL Friday debut, hosting Week 11's edition with Mack Rosenberg. The guys discussed Thursday night's wild ending and whether the Colts can get back on track after having a few shaky performances. Mack and Shaun then discussed the Giants upcoming matchup with the Aaron Rodgers-less Green Bay Packers. They then moved on to break down the Jets' recent performances as well as debating whether or not Santonio Holmes would have an impact this week. Mack and Shaun also mentioned the recent signing of veteran safety Ed Reed. Giants' beat reporter Eric Mollo and Jets' beat reporter Kris Venezia contributed their weekly team reports.

Mack and Shaun then turned their attention to major headlines in the NFL, including the ongoing saga of Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito as well as the premiere Sunday night football game between the Broncos and the Chiefs. Bobby Gubin joined in for his weekly fantasy spot and a new round of Bobby's Believe it or Not segment. The show wrapped up with staff picks and the updated rankings are listed below. 

PICK STANDINGS: 

Bobby Gubin (27-20)
Kenny Ducey (21-17)
Patrick Burns (8-9)
Mack Rosenberg (12-14)
Matt Moro (16-20)
Nolan Silbernagel (14-19)
Julian Atienza (22-30)
Kelly Kultys (14-22)

Not enough to qualify: 

Nick Logerfo (3-2)
DJ Sixsmith (4-7)

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