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#CouchCoachLive 2017 NFL Preview: NFC West


The Fellas of CouchCoachLive previewed the NFC West as they discussed the following:

-Will the Seahawks repeat as NFC West champs?

– Has the window closed in Arizona?

– How will Kyle Shannahan do in his 1st year as a Head Coach?

– Is this a make or break season for Jared Goff?
The Fellas also discussed each teams top 2 games to watch and gave their 2017 predictions and more, Check out the full preview right here!

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#MondayMorningCouchCoach NFL Week 5 recap

1) Which Team had the biggest win in Week 5?

The Atlanta Falcons! The Falcons once again traveled west and got another huge road victory over the Denver Broncos. Is this the 2015 Falcons who had a great start then fizzled out.. Stay tuned! 

2) Which Team had the worst loss in Week 5?

The San Diego Chargers! The Chargers have basically demonstrated another way to lose. The Chargers had 4 Turnovers and critical botched snap that led to their 10th straight Divisonal loss.  

3) What Week 6 game is the most intriguing?

Falcons @ Seahawks: The Falcons once again travel west. This is a huge statement game for the Falcons! 

4) Who gets the GameBall for Week 5?

Tom Brady, QB New England Patriots: 28-40, 406 Yards , 3TDS 

5) Who’s your top 5 teams going into Week 6?

1) Minnesota Vikings 

2 New England Patriots 

3) Oakland Raiders

4) Atlanta Falcons

5A) Denver Broncos 

5B) Pittsburgh Steelers 

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Monday Morning Couch Coach #NFLPreview2016

2016 Predictions

AFC North

– Steelers 11-5 YZ

– Ravens 9-7

– Bengals 8-7-1

AFC South 

– Colts 10-6 Y

– Texans 9-7

– Jaguars 7-9

– Titans 4-12

AFC West

– Chiefs 11-5 Y

– Raiders 10-6 X

– Broncos 8-8

– Chargers 6-10

AFC East 

-Jets 11-5 Y

– Patriots 10-6 X

– Bills 8-8

Dolphins 7-9

NFC North 

-Packers 12-4 Y

-Bears 8-8

-Vikings 8-8

Lions 4-12

NFC South 

– Panthers 13-3

– Buccaners 8-8

– Falcons 7-9

-Saints 5-11

NFC West 

– Cardinals 14-2 YZ

– Seahawks 11-5 X

– Rams 7-9

-49ers 3-13

NFC East

Giants 10-6 Y

Redskins 9-6-1 X

Cowboys 8-8

Eagles 5-11

Z  ( home field throughout playoffs) Y (Divisional winner) X (Wildcard)


MVP: Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers

OFF P.O.Y: Antonio Brown, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers

DEF P.O.Y: JJ Watt, DE, Houston Texans

OFF R.O.Y: Will Fuller, WR, Houston Texans
DEF R.O.Y: Karl Joseph, S, Oakland Raiders

Coach of the year : Jack Del Rio, Oakland Raiders

Comeback P.O.Y: Robert Griffin III , QB, Cleveland Browns




Raiders over Jets

Patriots over Colts

Packers over Redskins

Seahawks over Giants

Steelers over Raiders

Patriots over Chiefs

Seahawks over Cardinals

Panthers over Packers




Steelers over Patriots

Seahawks over Panthers

Super Bowl:

Seahawks 31 Steelers 28


Demaryius Thomas on tweet to Josh Norman: Not trash talk, was speaking fact

At least that’s the way Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas sees it. Asked after Thursday’s practice why he posted a picture on Twitter wearing his Super Bowl ring with a tweet directed at Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman that said “Where yours at young fella,'” Thomas said he was “tired of it.”

Asked specifically why he took to Twitter to “trash-talk,” Thomas quickly responded: “It wasn’t trash. It was speaking fact. I don’t got to talk trash. It was just speaking fact and I got tired of it, so I just said something.”

Demaryius Thomas tweeted out: 

Where yours at young fella?? 😑

So……………..#RedskinsNation what are your thoughts??????



Josh Norman: ‘I’m the best cornerback on Earth’

So with no regular season game under your belt..Not much work in the preseason & the rumors of you getting thoroughly toasted at practice, the SELF PROCLAIMED corner Josh Norman is talking real big. I believe in being confident as an athlete, but like my father would always say, ” I hope he doesn’t let his mouth write a check, that his___can’t cash”.

What are your thoughts?? Is he the real deal, or a facade of what he wishes he was??

You fill in the blank…


#PutUpOrShutUp #TalkIsCheap #NFL2016season

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#NFLPreview2016 : AFC North

Steelers (11-5) – The Steelers in my opinion is poised yet again to make a run in the NFL playoffs again. Last year the Steelers put up a combined 63 points against the two best scoring defenses last year ( Bengals, Seahawks ). The suspension of RB Le’Veon Bell ( 4 Games) &  WR Martavis Bryant ( All of 2016) are the biggest question marks on offense. Big Ben will have to rely on 33 year old RB Deangelo Williams for the 1st quarter of 2016. Despite the season long suspension of  Bryant the WR core is booming as Antonio Brown continues his dominance as the premier wideout in the NFL. I expect Marckus Wheaton and Sammie Coates to fill in Bryant’s absence.  The defense is comming into its owns as they adjust to the “Tampa 2 ” scheme. Look out for Stephen Tuitt as he emerge as one of the top D Ends in this Leauge . The Steelers are still the class of the AFC North and are poised for another run that could land them in SB 51. 

Ravens (9-7)- The Ravens was a uncharacteristic 5-11 last year. The core of the Ravens ( Suggs, Flacco, Smith & others) were injured for the majority of the season. The biggest question facing the Ravens is the health of Joe Flacco . The Ravens was ranked 8th (total passing) 14th (total yards) who will get a healthy receiving core finally. Benjamin Watson is a sneaky acquisition who still has gas in his tank. Terrell Suggs returns to a Ravens D who ranked 8th (total yards allowed) 10th ( passing yards allowed) & 12th (total defense). Ravens also bolstered their defensive backfield with the acquisition of Eric Weddle and former CB Lardarius Webb moves to the strong saftey spot. The Ravens rarely have concsecutive bad years and I think they bounce back. 

Bengals (8-7-1)- The window is slowly closing on the Bengals . After the wildcard loss to the Steelers the Bengals return with a healthy Andy Dalton(25tds 7INT 106.2 QBR) who sustained a thumb injury ending his season prematurely & new offensive coordinator Ken Zampese who replaces Hugh Jackson. The cupboard is stocked with a 2 headed RB attack with Jermey Hill and Giovani Benard & receiving core of AJ Green, & Brandon Lafell that will help Zampese transition into his new position. The Bengals defense was one of the NFL’ s elite defenses in 2015 (Ranked #2 in Pts allowed , 10th in sacks) . The Bengals D will be without Reggie Nelson who signed with the Raiders & Vontaze Burfict will serve a 3 game suspension . The only thing that concerns me is their questionable secondary as it’s riddled with underachieving talent with Dre Kirkpatrick & Darquez Dennard. This team takes a slight step back , but will be in the playoff hunt .

Browns (5-11) – 1st year head coach Hugh Jackson has big shoes to fill. As the city enjoyed it’s 1st major sports championship in 54 years & the city is looking for its Browns to turn it around. RG3 becomes the 25th QB to start for the Browns since 1999. The Browns will rely on a heavy running attack with RB Issiah Crowell ,Duke Johnson & company. The receiving core of the Browns has the ability to improve immensely once Josh Gordon serves his 4 game suspension . Corey Coleman , Taylor Gabriel , Ricardo Louis have the ability to gel well with Gordon . Garry Barnidge proved in 2015 that he can be an elite TE in the NFL . Defensive coordinator Ray Horton returns to the land. Horton looks to recapture the magic of 2013 , where the Browns had its best statistical defense. Hopefully Joe Haden can stay healthy. This team will take some lumps , but this team is headed in the right direction.