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November 29th, 2015    

Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show Week 12

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The Yahoo Sports Kings discuss Week 12 of the National Football League. Two unbeaten teams remain to begin the week, the Carolina Panthers continue their remarkable 2015 season and the New England Patriots march into Denver on Sunday night against Brock Osweiler, that's right you heard me, Brock Osweiler and not Peyton Manning.

Join Rod, MeanGene and Ronnie Brooks as we close out the Thanksgiving Weekend with our signature NFL Weekly Countdown Show here on Yahoo Sports Radio.

 

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Next Week the Sports Kings take to the road again in New Orleans to cover the New Orleans Saints vs the Carolina Panthers.

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November 22nd, 2015    

Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show Week 11

Week 11 Show (Special Guest Dustin Phifer- Carolina Panthers Sports Reporter WFNZ AM 610 Charlotte North Carolina

The NFL has entered the second half of the season and the excitement is building as playoff races tighten.

Two teams remain undefeated – Carolina (9-0) and New England (9-0) – and this marks the fourth season in league history with multiple 9-0 teams (1934, 1990, 2009).

Dustin Phifer Sports Reporter for the Carolina Panthers and Sports Talk Show host at WFNZ AM 610 Charlotte NC joins the Sports Kings to discuss the 9-0 Carolina Panthers.

MeanGene, Ronnie Brooks and Rod Johnson are the Yahoo Sports Kings on Yahoo Sports Radio.

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November 15th, 2015    

Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show Week 10

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Phil Perry, Sports Reporter for Comcast Sports New England stops by to talk about the New England Patriots, according to Phil, we have yet to see the best of this team, You don't want to miss this interview.

The second half of the NFL season gets underway this week and the race to the playoffs is in full swing.

Three teams remain undefeated – Carolina (8-0), Cincinnati (8-0) and New England (8-0). That marks the most 8-0 teams in a season in NFL history.

Join the Yahoo Sports Kings as we talk about which if any unbeaten team goes down in Week 10 of the National Football League,

The Yahoo Sports Kings, MeanGene, Ronnie Brooks and Rod Johnson can be heard every Sunday on Yahoo Sports Radio and Yahoo Sports Radio.com.

We would like to welcome WNJC 1360 AM Philadelphia to the Yahoo Sports Radio Network.

November 8th, 2015    

Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show Week 9

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History shows that a losing record at this point in the season does not negate a team’s chances of making the playoffs. Since 2000, 35 teams have reached the halfway point of their season with a .500 or below winning percentage and proceeded to the playoffs, including at least one in each season.

Of those 35 clubs, five have advanced to the Conference Championship Game, including the 2001 New England Patriots, who won Super Bowl XXXVI. 

The GREEN BAY PACKERS and the INDIANAPOLIS COLTS will both face opponents with 6-0 records or better for the second consecutive week. Previously, only the 1934 Detroit Lions and 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers have played teams 6-0 or better in consecutive games.

The Packers, who played the 6-0 Broncos in Week 8, travel to Carolina (7-0), while the Colts, who played the 6-0 Panthers on Monday Night Football last week, host Denver (7-0).

The Yahoo Sports Kings discuss what's likely to happen during Week 9 of the National Football League. MeanGene, Ronnie Brooks and Rod Johnson break down every match-up and give you our best analysis and predictions.

The Yahoo Sports Kings on Yahoo Sports Radio.

November 1st, 2015    

Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show Week 8

The Yahoo Sports Kings get you ready for Week 8 of the 2015 National Football League season. 

As the NFL enters Week 8, there are five undefeated teams – Carolina (6-0), Cincinnati (6-0), Denver (6-0), Green Bay (6-0) and New England (6-0). That marks the most 6-0 teams in a season in NFL history. The previous mark was four set in 2009.

Two of those teams – Green Bay and Denver – will meet on Sunday night when the Packers travel to Sports Authority Field at Mile High to face the Broncos. It is only the fourth game in NFL history – and the first in primetime – between two teams 6-0 or better and the first since 2007 (November 4) when the 8-0 New England Patriots defeated the 7-0 Indianapolis Colts.

Join MeanGene and Rod Johnson for a closer look at what to expect in Week 8 as we give you our predictions and analysis on the Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly Countdown Show on Yahoo Sports Radio.

The Yahoo Sports Kings NFL Weekly  Countdown Show is brought to you by Draftkings.com and ONFX.com.

Rod Johnson, Ronnie Brooks and MeanGene are the Yahoo Sports Kings.

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