Thursday, December 31, 2015

TV Tonight 12.31

By @nevaRWilliams

Capital One Orange Bowl: Oklahoma vs Clemson (ESPN, 4pm)
Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic: Michigan State vs. Alabama (ESPN, 8pm)

Kings @ Flames (NHL Network, 9pm)


A Toast To 2015! (NBC, 8pm)
Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest (ABC, 8pm)
Pitbull's New Year's Revolution (FOX, 8pm)
WWE SmackDown! (SyFy, 8pm)

NBC's New Year's Eve Game Night with Andy Cohen (NBC, 10pm)
Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest (ABC, 10pm)

106 & Party 2016 (BET, 11pm)
Pitbull's New Year's Revolution (FOX, 11pm)
NBC's New Year's Eve with Carson Daly (NBC, 11:30pm)
Dick Clark's Primetime New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2016 (ABC, 11:30pm)

#Buckeyes Preview 12.31.15: Ohio State v. Notre Dame #FiestaBowl

By @jddisantis

The BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl hit the jackpot when it landed two of college footballs biggest powers for their New Years Day bowl game.  Few schools "move the needle" like #7 Ohio State (11-1) and #8 Notre Dame (10-2) as these two teams should provide an entertaining game along with more first rounders in next years NFL draft than any other game this bowl season.  Both teams are looking to finish their season on a high note with a New Years Six bowl win and momentum heading into recruiting and next season.

While Ohio State will be without both starting defensive tackles, Notre Dame will be getting healthier on the offensive side of the ball for this game.  The Buckeyes will be without Adolphus Washington due to suspension for soliciting a prostitute and will also be missing Tommy Schutt from a broken foot.  For Notre Dame, starting running back C. J. Prosise should finally be healthy since leaving with an ankle injury against Boston College.  Adding Prosise will give the Irish a 1000 yard rusher with dual threat skills out of the backfield.

The matchup most people will be watching (including NFL scouts) will be against Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley and Ohio State defensive end, Joey Bosa.  Bosa will look to create pressure from the blindside of Notre Dame quarterback Deshone Kizer.  That type of pressure is something Kizer hasn't had to deal with much of this season.  Unfortunately with the injuries on the Buckeye defensive line there has been talk about Bosa moving around and lining up at multiple positions so we may not get to see as much of the Stanley/Bosa battle as we originally hoped but we should still get a great matchup to watch.

This game will be the first head-to-head match-up between Notre Dame's Brian Kelly and Ohio State's Urban Meyer.  Kelly is 4-4 in bowl games while Meyer boasts an impressive 9-2 record in college postseason.  This game may provide some strong persuasion when it comes to recruiting between these two teams.  Notre Dame has always done well in Ohio and Brian Kelly's history at the University of Cincinnati has him very familiar with Catholic schools in southern Ohio.  Many recruits will have their eyes on this clash of mid-western powerhouses.

Both teams had national championship hopes in the beginning of the year but stumbled along the way.  Although losses, all three teams that collectively beat Buckeyes and Fighting Irish are also playing in the big New Years Six, two of which (Clemson and Michigan State) have an opportunity to play for a national championship.  Despite the hype surrounding this classic match-up. these two teams aren't playing for anything other than bragging rights, and possibly recruits.  With so many first round draft picks anticipated in this game, hopefully neither team has checked out mentally and is focused at the immediate task at hand.  

What:  BattleFrog Fiesta Bowl
When:  January 1st, 1 PM ET
Where:  University of Pheonix Stadium, Glendale Arizona
Watch:  ESPN

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

TV Tonight 12.30

By @nevaRWilliams

Lakers @ Celtics (NBA TV, 7:30pm)
Nuggets @ Trail Blazers (NBA TV, 10pm)

Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Louisville (ESPN, 7pm)
National Funding Holiday Bowl: USC vs. Wisconsin (ESPN, 10:30pm)

Penn State @ Maryland (ESPN 2, 5pm)
Clemson @ North Carolina (ESPN 2, 7pm)
Seton Hall @ Marquette (FOX Sports 1, 7pm)
Minnesota @ Ohio State (Big Ten, 7pm)
Arkansas @ Dayton (CBS SportsNet, 8pm)
Syracuse @ Pittsburgh (ESPN 2, 9pm)
Georgetown @ DePaul (FOX Sports 1, 9pm)

Rangers @ Lightning (NBC Sports, 8pm)
Flyers @ Sharks (NBC Sports 10:30pm)


I Get That A Lot (CBS, 8pm)

The Challenge: Battle Of The Bloodlines (MTV, 10pm)

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out (MTV 2, 11pm)
Joking Off (MTV 2, 11:30pm)

#WCW 12.30.15: #BestOf2015 Woman Crush Wednesday #2015Fave

By @nevaRWilliams

December 2015
WCW: Lyna Perez
WCW: Brittany Rhea
WCW: Brittany Renner

November 2015
WCW: Antje Utgaard
WCW: Hannah Stocking
WCW: Aryane Steinkopf
WCW: Amanda Elise Lee

October 2015
WCW: Abigail Ratchford
WCW: JoJo Babie
WCW: Sydney Maler
WCW: Katherine Lucia

September 2015
WCW: Amy-Jane Brand
WCW: Tess O'Reilly
WCW: Joselyn Cano
WCW: Emily Sears

August 2015
WCW: Alexa Bliss
WCW: Sasha Banks
WCW: Luna Lanie
WCW: Jordan Carver

July 2015
WCW: Jennifer Nguyen
WCW: Devin Brugman
WCW: Olivia Jordan
WCW: Taryn Terrell
WCW: Nikki Howard

June 2015
WCW: Ruby Rose
WCW: Milana Vayntrub
WCW: Caitlin Arnett
WCW: Lindsey Pelas

May 2015
WCW: Tiana Gregory
WCW: Savannah Kreisman
WCW: Rosie Jones

April 2015
WCW: Emily Bett Rickards
WCW: Dannie Riel
WCW: Dana Brooke
WCW: Noelle Foley
WCW: Ashley Vee

March 2015
WCW: Elisha Cuthbert
WCW: Candice Patton
WCW: Julia Kelly
WCW: Summer Rae

February 2015
WCW: Rachel Hilbert
WCW: Lauren Pisciotta
WCW: Samantha Hoopes
WCW: Nina Agdal

January 2015
WCW: Charlotte McKinney
WCW: Olivia Munn
WCW: Kattya Heredia
WCW: Alexandra Daddario

Leadoff with Lee 12.30.15

By @cleeverizon

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly was fired Tuesday night, just before the end of a disappointing season that had Super Bowl expectations.

The 6-9 Eagles will have their final game of the season coached by former Browns coach Pat Shurmer. The Eagles kept Chip Kelly's firing quiet. Owner Jeff Lurie was able to break it to season ticket holders with an email at 7:12pm Tuesday night. Lurie says that the team will begin the coaching search asap. He, team president Don Smolenski and top executive Howie Roseman will lead the coaching search.Former Bills General Manager Tom Donohoe takes over as the Eagles' Senior director of player personnel after the Chip Kelly firing. Kelly was  26-21 over 3 seasons with a playoff appearance and 2 top-5 offenses.

Chip Kelly's record as an NFL head coach is better than Bill Belichick, Pete Carroll, Sean Payton & Ron Rivera in their first three seasons. Kelly has two years and roughly $13 million left on his contract. Chip Kelly was the Browns' top and only choice for coach before Rob Chudzinski was picked as a panic replacement in 2013. Vice President of player personnel Ed Marynowitz was also fired. 

Some NFL destinations for Chip Kelly could be Miami, San Francisco, Tennessee and Indianapolis if Chuck Pagano is let go. Todd Haley, Sean McDermott and Josh McDaniels are possible candidates for Eagles head coaching job. Interesting words from Chip Kelly:

Now let's work a possible Chip Kelly/Browns scenario: Browns name Kelly as the new head coach. He already has stated he doesn't want be the personnel de facto general manager. Why not let him help select the new general manager? It's not as odd as you may think. When a coach assists in hiring a new general manager they are on the same page with and trust each other. Andy Reid reunited with Ron Dorsey from Green Bay when they were apart of the coaching staff and was named general manager in Kansas City, Pete Carroll helped hire John Schneider as general manager in Seattle. Could that model  work in Cleveland? Possibly. But would that come under the consultation of Ron Wolf? That also means the Browns clean house and fire Farmer and Pettine. What other choices do the Browns have right now? 

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

TV Tonight 12.29

By @nevaRWilliams

Bucks @ Thunder (NBA TV, 8pm)
Cavaliers @ Nuggets (FOX Sports Ohio, 9pm)

Stars @ Blue Jackets (FOX Sports Ohio, 7pm)
Predators @ Blues (NBC Sports, 8pm)

Russell Athletic Bowl: North Carolina vs. Baylor (ESPN, 5:30pm)
AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl: LSU vs. Texas Tech (ESPN, 9pm)

Liberty @ Notre Dame (ESPNU, 5pm)
SMU @ Tulsa (ESPN 2, 5pm)
Wake Forest @ LSU (ESPNU, 7pm)
Florida State @ Florida (ESPN 2, 7pm)
UC Irvine @ Kansas (ESPNU, 9pm)
Connecticut @ Texas (ESPN 2, 9pm)
Michigan State @ Iowa (Big Ten, 9pm)

Inside The NFL (Showtime, 9pm)


Hollywood Game Night (NBC, 8pm)

The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors (CBS, 9pm)

Chopped (Food Network, 10pm)
The Expanse (SyFy, 10pm)

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, 12.29.15: RAW #RAW

By @B_Rock1978

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE, is back with the RAW recap edition.

- This week's RAW was live in Brooklyn, New York. The man himself, Vincent Kennedy McMahon, returned to RAW this week, after eating a Superman Punch from WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Roman Reigns, two weeks ago. And speaking of returns, John Cena returned to RAW this week, after taking time off after Hell In A Cell, in October. Cena took on the man that defeated him at Hell In A Cell, WWE United States Champion, Alberto Del Rio. Let's get to this weeks RAW Recap Edition.

- Vince McMahon Promo: Vince is here to settle the score with WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Roman Reigns. Vince calls out Reigns, Reigns' music hits and out comes the champ. Vince says he hopes Reigns isn't expecting a congratulations, promises Triple H will get revenge soon, mentions what happened last week with Stephanie McMahon and reminds Reigns that he owns this ring, Reigns' title and Reigns himself. Reigns says Vince doesn't own him or the title, WE own it (Meaning Reigns and the WWE Universe). Vince tells Reigns stories about all of Reigns' relatives that worked for WWE and how Vince would humiliate them, put them through hell, made money off of them, paid them cheap and loved every minute of it. Reigns shoves Vince down, Vince grabs his neck and claims to have injured it. Stephanie McMahon arrives with two police officers and orders Reigns arrested for assault. The police refuse, stating they were hired for security reasons not to be a personal police department. Stephanie yells at the police, the police threaten to take Stephanie to jail, Vince steps in, argues with the police and grabs a police officer by the collar. The police end up arresting Vince, Stephanie pleads with the police not to take her father and Reigns laughs as they cuff Vince and take him away.

- Backstage, Vince McMahon is loaded into the police car and Stephanie McMahon screams police brutality.

- Kevin Owens vs. Neville: The match closes out quickly with Neville going for Red Arrow. Owens counters, goes for the pop up power bomb, but Neville rolls up Owens for the pinfall. After the match, Owens attacks Neville. Owens tosses Neville into the barricade, crotches Neville between the ring post, punches and stomps on Neville until WWE Officials pull Owens off.
Winner: Neville, by pinfall.

- Kevin Owens Continues The Attack On Neville: After the commercial break, WWE Officials are helping Neville to the backstage area. Kevin Owens runs back out and attacks Neville again, hitting a clothesline and tossing Neville into the steel steps. Owens goes for an apron power bomb on Neville when Dean Ambrose hits the ring for the save and brawls with Owens. WWE Officials try to separate Owens and Ambrose until Owens finally escapes to safety through the crowd. 

- Backstage, Becky Lynch says she came to her one time home of New York City to stand out not blend in with WWE.

- Sasha Banks (w/Team BAD) vs. Becky Lynch: Before the match, Sasha sports a New England Patriots hat, being from Boston and Naomi rips on the New York fans. The match closes out with, Sasha hitting Becky in the mouth, but Becky hits an exploder suplex on Sasha for a near fall. Tamina distracts the referee, as Naomi kicks Becky in the head. Sasha hits Becky with the Backstabber and goes for the Bank Statement submission. Becky counters and applies the Dis-Arm-Her submission. Sasha counters that with a pinfall rollup.
Winner: Sasha Banks, by pinfall.

- At The Local Police Precinct: We get a shot of Vince McMahon's mugshot and learn he's been charged with Resisting Arrest and Assaulting an Officer.

- Kofi Kingston vs. Kalisto: The New Day are still mad about not winning the Tag Team of the Year Slammy. The match closes out with, Kalisto landing a corkscrew cross body, planting a series of kicks and drops Kofi face first. Kalisto dropkicks Woods off the apron and Sin Cara takes out both Woods and Big E on the floor. Kalisto lands a hurricanrana into a pinfall on Kofi. After the match, Woods challenges Sin Cara to a match against Big E.
Winner: Kalisto, by pinfall.

- Big E vs. Sin Cara: During the match, Sin Cara lands on his shoulder and appeared to be injured. WWE Medical check on Sin Cara, but he says he's fine. The match closes out with, Big E working on Sin Cara in the corner. Sin Cara hits a rolling senton on Big E. Kofi, Woods and Kalisto all get involved, distracting Sin Cara. Big E grabs Sin Cara and hits the Big Ending for the pinfall.
Winner: Big E, by pinfall.

- Miz TV, Best of 2015: Miz immediately gets interrupted by Ryback. Ryback says Miz TV is stupid, no one cares about 2015 and 2016 will be the year of the "Big Guy". Goldust interrupts next and makes Miz uncomfortable. Zack Ryder arrives next and says 2016 will be the year of New Zack City. Miz calls everyone disrespectful when R-Truth interrupts. Truth wants our vote for Superstar of the Year, is reminded the Slammys were last week, apologizes and leaves. Miz attempts to talk again, when out comes Heath Slater. Slater has a lot to say, but gets interrupted by Big Show. Slater tries to tell Show to leave, but gets knocked out with the Knockout Punch. Show shoulder blocks Goldust to the floor. Show choke slams R-Truth. Show and Ryback go face to face, but Show dumps Ryback to the floor. Show announces he's officially in the 2016 Royal Rumble, will win it and go on to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania 32.

- Big Show vs. Ryback: The match closes out with, Big Show dominating most of the match. Ryback makes a comeback and goes for the Meat Hook. Show rolls to the floor and walks out, taking the count out loss.
Winner: Ryback, by countout.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": Dean Ambrose and The Usos vs. King Barrett, Rusev and Sheamus: Before the match, Kevin Owens arrives to watch this match. Sheamus also says we should be ashamed of ourselves for applauding Vince McMahon's arrest. Sheamus dedicates this match to Vince. The match closes out with, Jey landing a samoan drop on Sheamus and a Rikishi Splash for a near fall. Rusev tosses Jey into the ring post and knocks Jimmy off the apron. Ambrose and Rusev end up on the floor. Jey dodges a Brogue Kick and lands an Uso Kick on Sheamus. Jey goes to the top rope, but gets distracted by Barrett. Jey leaps at Sheamus, but Sheamus gets his knees up. Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick on Jey and scores the pinfall.
Winners: Sheamus, Rusev and King Barrett, by pinfall.

- Kevin Owens Attacks Dean Ambrose: After the match, Owens attacks Ambrose. Owens tosses Ambrose into the steel steps and then into the barricade. Owens picks Ambrose up and power bombs Ambrose from off the steel steps through the announcers table. Owens walks off as WWE Medical check on Ambrose.

- At The Local Police Precinct: Vince McMahon has made bail and is heading back to the arena.

- John Cena Promo: Cena says this would be the perfect opportunity for a U.S. Open Challenge, but Alberto Del Rio is the champion, is a disgrace, and refuses to defend it. Del Rio interrupts and says the U.S. fans don't deserve a title match. Cena calls Del Rio scared. Cena and Del Rio go back and forth until Cena finally gets Del Rio to put up the WWE United States Championship, tonight.

- "WWE United States Championship Match": Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. John Cena: The match closes out with, Cena going for AA, but Del Rio counters into the cross arm breaker submission. Cena counters out with a power bomb and sets up for another AA. Del Rio purposely kicks the referee, knocking him out. Cena locks in the STF submission and Del Rio taps out, however, the referee is still knocked out. Sheamus and Rusev hit the ring and attack Cena. Cena ducks a Brogue Kick, causing Sheamus to kick Rusev. Cena hits the AA on Sheamus and then the AA on Del Rio. Cena covers as the referee comes to. Before Cena can score the pinfall, Sheamus and Rusev again attack Cena, forcing the referee to DQ Del Rio.
Winner: John Cena, by DQ, Alberto Del Rio retains the WWE United States Championship.

- Vince McMahon Returns: After the match, Sheamus and Rusev attack Cena. The Usos hit the ring, but get beat down by the LON. Roman Reigns hits the ring, spears Rusev, Superman Punches Del Rio and goes face to face with Sheamus, who has a steel chair. Reigns Superman Punches Sheamus, as Vincent Kennedy McMahon returns. Vince announces that next week on RAW, Reigns will defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Sheamus, while Vince McMahon serves as the Special Guest Referee.

This closes out this weeks RAW.

Leadoff with Lee 12.29.15

By @cleeverizon

Rumors of Browns general manager Ray Farmer being fired and head coach Mike Pettine being retain started Monday morning and gained momentum throughout the evening. That also sparked a report that former Packers general manager Ron Wolf has will become consultant for the Browns and the club will hire his son Eliot Wolf as the new general manager.
During a interview with ESPN Monday evening, Wolf said he has spoken with Haslam, but there is no truth right now that he was offered a consulting position by the Browns. In my opinion if they spoke, I'm sure becoming a consultant for the team was talked about and they would rather wait until the end of the season before announcing any changes to avoid any distractions to the team. During yesterday's conference call with Mike Pettine he said he hasn't been given any assurances by owner Jimmy Haslam that he'll return as coach next season. But to according to multiple media reports and sources it seems as if Pettine is safe.

According to another report, if/when Ray Farmer is fired the top candidates would be Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin, Chiefs director of football operations Chris Ballard, and Vikings assistant general manager George Paton.

One last name within the organization to remember is Bill Kuharich, who serves as executive chief of staff. He served as interim general manager when Ray Farmer was suspended for the first four weeks of the season due to text-gate. There are a lot of names floating around right now with silly season ready to start in 6 days.

Pettine was asked about the Johnny Manziel Christmas video and said, "I have not seen it. I'm concerned anytime a player is cast in a bad light." I don't have all the facts with it. "I'm not going to get into it at this time''

A video posted by @bustedcoverage on

- Just to clarify how this Sunday's games will effect the 2016 NFL draft: 

If the Titans lose next Sunday, they pick 1st in the the draft.

A Titans win and Browns loss and Cleveland will own the 1st pick.

If the Browns lose next Sunday, they will own either the No. 1 or No. 2 pick plus the No. 32 overall pick (first pick in the 2nd round).

- Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott was cited Sunday for driving with a suspended license,failure to control & operating a vehicle without a license. A OSU spokesman said the car accident will not affect Elliott's status for Fiesta Bowl, as he will enter the NFL draft.

Defensive end Joey Bosa has made his decision about entering the draft. During his press conference from Scottsdale,Arizona home of the Fiesta Bowl Bosa stated, “I am just trying to focus on the game right now along with I don't want to take any attention away from the team and be a distraction,”  “I have my decision and you guys will know after the game.”

- Former Major League Baseball player Dave Henderson passed away Sunday after suffering a heart attack. He was 57.  Henderson played 14 seasons in the majors with five teams.The Seattle Mariners (1981-86), Red Sox (1986-87), San Francisco Giants (1987), Oakland Athletics (1988-93) and Kansas City Royals (1994). He hit .258 with 197 home runs and 708 RBIs. He went to the postseason four times with Boston (1986) and Oakland (1988, 1989, 1990) advancing to the World Series all four years. His only All-Star appearance came as a member of the Athletics in 1989. The same year he helped Oakland win its first title in 15 years.

- Famous Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon died at the age of 83. He was inducted into the basketball hall of fame in 2003.

- Raiders fullback Marcel Reece has been suspended for the team’s next four games for violating NFL performing enhancing drug policy. A 2016 Pro Bowl selection is no longer eligible to participate in the game.

- With 6,472 career assists, LeBron James is now 22nd in all-time assists (passing Stephon Marbury: 6,471).

Monday, December 28, 2015

TV Tonight 12.28

By @nevaRWilliams

Monday Night Countdown (ESPN, 6pm)
Bengals @ Broncos (ESPN, 8:15pm)

Quick Lane Bowl: Central Michigan vs. Minnesota (ESPN 2, 5pm)

Raptors @ Bulls (NBA TV, 8pm)
Cavaliers @ Suns (FOX Sports Ohio, 9pm)

Pennsylvania @ Villanova (FOX Sports 1, 7pm)
WOMENS: Connecticut vs. Maryland (ESPN 2, 8:30pm)
Coppin State @ Creighton (FOX Sports 1, 9pm)


WWE Raw (USA, 8pm)
Superstore (NBC, 8pm)
Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (ABC, 8pm)
Telenovela (NBC, 8:30pm)

Legends (TNT, 9pm)
Rudolph's Shiny New Year (ABC, 9pm)
Superstore (NBC, 9pm)
Telenovela (NBC, 9:30pm)

Legends (TNT, 10pm)
Legends SEASON FINALE (TNT, 11pm)

#Browns Recap 12.28.15: Browns @ #Chiefs

Browns Simply Run Out Of Time
By @mrgroce

The Kansas City Chiefs started the season 1-5. They are now 10-5, won nine straight, have clinched at least a Wild Card spot and have a small chance of winning their division. The Browns are 3-12. Not much hope surrounds the franchise, not too many guys in the locker room you can define as the "future", and a coaching staff and front office that may not be around in eight days.
Two franchises going in completely different directions battled to a 17-13 final score won by the Chiefs that was actually pretty entertaining. Alex Smith's ability to run in the first half gave the Browns' defense all kinds of fits and helped them build a two touchdown lead going into halftime, while Johnny Manziel's scrambling brought the Browns back into the game.

The Browns had the ball for the final possession of the game, but simply ran out of time. Once the clock hit 00:00, Browns QB Johnny Manziel slammed his helmet in disgust in what I've determined was his best throw of the day. Johnny was an absolute beast running the ball, finishing the game with 11 carries for 108 yards. Unfortunately he ran the ball better than he threw it. Manziel completed 13 of 32 passes for 136 yards. The Browns again put themselves in the hole going into halftime trailing 17-3. Surprisingly, the defense didn't give up another point for the rest of the game and had one of their best performances of the year. Rookie Nate Orchard led the way with an interception and a sack.

Browns running back Isaiah Crowell led the team with 88 yards rushing on 16 carries. With Manziel only passing for a little over a hundred yards, tight end Gary Barnidge led all Browns receivers with 47 yards. The offense did sustain a couple of long drives, but most of that was due to Johnny keeping the chains moving with his running.

Against another top defensive unit, Manziel struggled to put points on the board. I've said it before and I will continue to say it, with the same weapons and offensive line struggles, Josh McCown averaged 23 points per game and had the Browns offense sixth in the league in scoring.
Johnny has less than below average receivers, an average offensive line, and two decent running backs. I'm not of fan of this guy, but to get a gauge on how good he truly is or is not, can not be determined this year. He should have started from day one. Now the Browns will go into another offseason trying to figure out if Manziel can be trusted with the franchise.

I understand that these guys are paid professionals, but I can admire the fact that they have not given up on the season and continue to play hard, despite the fact that the coaching staff is incompetent and most of them probably aren't even sure who's going to be active on a weekly basis. The good news for us as fans is that it all ends next week.

Next week: Final game of the season at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers who will be playing for their playoff lives.