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1ST & GOAL tonight at 6:40 pm, Linden visits South on Megasportsnews.com!

 

Week 3 of the high school football season is upon us! The 1ST & GOAL broadcast team will air the Linden-McKinley Panthers at the South Bulldogs. It will be the first time the Bulldogs have been on 1ST & GOAL. The Panthers come in at 0-2 and the Bulldogs at 2-0. You can LISTEN LIVE here http://webca.st/139138Josh Cassinger and Stu Mason with pre-game action around 6:40 pm.

The Panthers have lost to Washington D.C. Kingsman Academy, 26-0 and Columbus Academy, 51-6. Their new head coach is Andrew Phillips.

The Bulldogs under South alum George Yates III, comes into the game with wins over Columbus East, 24-8 and Berne Union, 28-6.

Should be an exciting game between these two Columbus City League teams in a cross-division battle.

1ST & GOAL Week 2: Chillicothe, too deep, too talented for Mifflin Punchers in 56-14 loss

The Mifflin Punchers will want to forget about the game this past Friday night.

Legendary coach Ron Hinton brought his Chillcothe Cavaliers into town to take on the Punchers.

The Cavaliers led by quarterback Adrian Beverly game out and played smash mouth football after their defense gave up a 79 yard touchdown run by Punchers quarterback Tawon Cannon.

The Cavaliers went onto score on back to back drives before running back Larron Garland took a 70 yard run to the house.

After that things went south for the Punchers as they allowed 34 straight points to the Cavaliers! With those 34 points Nick Coats and J’Quan Harris added 5 touchdowns combined to finish the Punchers off with a 56-14.
The Punchers will have to get over that fast and get ready for the highly ranked Harvest Prep Warriors as they travel this Friday September 7 2018 in what should be a great match up for Punchers to bounce back after two blow out losses.

 

NFL Network announces 2018 Weekend programming for season

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

‘NFL GameDay Prime’ to Air on NFL Network & FOX on Sunday Nights​

‘Good Morning Football: Weekend’ Airs Saturday at 9:00 AM ET & Sunday at 7:00 AM ET

‘NFL GameDay Morning’ Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

With the 2018 NFL season set to begin this week, NFL Network announces its weekend programming schedule, highlighted by a revamped NFL GameDay Prime and the expansion of Good Morning Football: Weekend to Saturday and Sunday.

Good Morning Football: Weekend returns this season and expands to two days: a three-hour edition Saturday at 9:00 AM ET and a two-hour edition Sunday at 7:00 AM ET. On Saturday’s edition, Colleen Wolfe hosts and is joined by analysts Michael Robinson and Reggie Bush, and reporter Mike Garafolo from NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. Building off the success of last year’s debut season, Good Morning Football: Weekend provides the latest news and analysis from around the NFL heading into Sunday’s slate of games. Additionally, NFL Network reporters stationed across the league will join with the latest from each game site.

On SundayGood Morning Football: Weekend airs at 7:00 AM ET in the timeslot occupied previously by NFL GameDay Morning and NFL GameDay First. On Sunday’s edition of Good Morning Football: WeekendSteve Smith Sr. joins Wolfe, Robinson and Garafolo, offering the first preview and reports of the day’s games.

At 9:00 AM ET, the Emmy-nominated NFL GameDay Morning airs from Los Angeles with host Rich Eisen, Hall of Famers Kurt Warner and Michael Irvin, former head coach Steve Mariucci, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, analytics expert Cynthia Frelund and various NFL Network reporters. This season, NFL GameDay Morning celebrates its 10-year anniversary of being on-air. Additionally, in 2017 NFL GameDay Morning was the only NFL pregame show to outperform 2016 in overall P2+ viewership (+10 percent).

NFL Network’s Sunday GameDay programming continues with NFL GameDay Live at 1:00 PM ET, with hosts Rhett Lewis and Marc Istook, Hall of Famers Terrell Davis and Rod Woodson, and analyst James Jones providing in-progress highlights and analysis of the day’s games. At 7:30 PM ETCole Wright and Chris Rose host NFL GameDay Highlights, providing a recap of the day’s action thus far with highlights, postgame press conferences and commentary leading up to kickoff of the Sunday night matchup.

At 11:30 PM ET on NFL Network and 11:30 PM ET/PT and 10:30 PM CT/MT on FOX affiliates, a revamped NFL GameDay Prime airs with Hall of Famers Deion SandersLaDainian Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, and host Charissa Thompson recapping the weekend’s games.

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Provided below is the weekend programming schedule for NFL Network during the 2018 NFL regular season (times provided in Eastern Standard Time):

Saturday

7:00 AM – NFL Fantasy Live – Re-Air

8:00 AM – The Kyle Brandt Football Experience – Re-Air

8:30 AM – NFL GameDay Pick’em – Re-Air

9:00 AM – Good Morning Football: Weekend – LIVE

12 Noon – Good Morning Football: Weekend – Re-Air

3:00 PM – NFL Fantasy Live – Re-Air

4:00 PM – Thursday Night Football – Full Game Re-Air

7:00 PM – The Kyle Brandt Football Experience – Re-Air

7:30 PM – NFL Films Presents

8:00 PM – A Football Life

9:00 PM – A Football Life

10:00 PM – A Football Life

11:00 PM – The Kyle Brandt Football Experience – Re-Air

11:30 PM – NFL GameDay Pick’em – Re-Air

12 Midnight – NFL Fantasy Live – Re-Air

1:00 AM – NFL’s Top 10

2:00 AM – NFL’s Top 10

 

Sunday

7:00 AM – Good Morning Football: Weekend – LIVE

9:00 AM – NFL GameDay Morning – LIVE

1:00 PM – NFL GameDay Live – LIVE

7:30 PM – NFL GameDay Highlights – LIVE

11:30 PM – NFL GameDay Prime – LIVE

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL app and via Watch NFL Network on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices tablet (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Roku). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

 

ABOUT FOX SPORTS

FOX Sports is the umbrella entity representing 21st Century FOX’s wide array of multi-platform US-based sports assets.  Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, FOX Sports includes ownership and interests in linear television networks, digital and mobile programming, broadband platforms, multiple web sites, joint-venture businesses and several licensing partnerships.  FOX Sports includes the sports television arm of the FOX Broadcasting Company; FS1, FS2; FOX Sports Regional Networks, their affiliated regional web sites and national programming; FOX Soccer Plus; FOX Deportes and FOX College Sports.  In addition, FOX Sports also encompasses FOX Sports Digital, including FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports app. Also included in the Group are FOX’s interests in joint-venture businesses Big Ten Network and BTN 2Go, as well as a licensing agreement that established the FOX Sports Radio Network.

 

NFL 2018 Week 1 Preview for Kickoff Weekend

PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

The NFL returns this week and it’s time to get back to football. Kickoff Weekend signals the start of a 256-game journey, one that promises hope for each of the league’s 32 teams as they set their eyes on Super Bowl LIII, which will be played on Sunday, February 3, 2019 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.

One thing is certain: the 2018 season will be filled with memorable moments, as young players emerge onto the scene, familiar faces continue their climb up the record books and teams vie to make their mark in the postseason.

The 99th season of NFL play kicks off on Thursday night (NBC, 8:20 PM ET) as the Super Bowl champion PHILADELPHIA EAGLES host the ATLANTA FALCONS at Lincoln Financial Field in a battle of the NFC’s past two Super Bowl representatives. The Eagles, who finished last in the NFC East with a 7-9 record in 2016, became the second team since 2003 to go from “worst-to-first” en route to a Super Bowl victory, joining the 2009 New Orleans Saints.

Every team enters the 2018 season with hope and a trip to Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII in mind. Below are a few reasons why.

  • THE FIELD IS OPEN: Five of the eight divisions in 2017 were won by a team that finished in third or fourth place in the division the previous season – Jacksonville (AFC South), the Los Angeles Rams (NFC West), Minnesota (NFC North), New Orleans (NFC South) and Philadelphia (NFC East).

    Since the 12-team playoff format was adopted in 1990, at least four teams have qualified for the playoffs in every season that were not in the postseason the year before. Eight teams that missed the postseason in 2016 – Buffalo (9-7), Carolina (11-5), Jacksonville (10-6), Los Angeles Rams (11-5), Minnesota (13-3), New Orleans (11-5), Philadelphia (13-3) and Tennessee (9-7) – accomplished the feat in 2017, tied with the 2003 season for the most such teams since 1990.

  • WILL THE EAGLES REPEAT AS SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS? Fresh off their first Super Bowl in franchise history, the Eagles begin their quest to repeat as champions as the race to Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Super Bowl LIII kicks off. Only eight teams have repeated as champions since the first Super Bowl in 1967, with the 2004 Patriots (Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX) being the last team to accomplish the feat.
  • RECORDS WITHIN REACH: New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES (70,445) needs 1,496 passing yards to surpass PEYTON MANNING (71,940) as the NFL’s all-time leading passer. Brees (6,222) can also surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer BRETT FAVRE (6,300) for the most completions in NFL history…New England quarterback TOM BRADY (559) needs 21 touchdown passes to surpass Manning (579) for the most in NFL history (including the postseason). Brady (488) and Brees (488) can join Manning (539) and Favre (508) as the only players in league annals to reach 500 career regular-season touchdown passes…Miami running back FRANK GORE (14,026) can become the fourth player in NFL history to reach 15,000 career rushing yards, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers EMMITT SMITH (18,355), WALTER PAYTON (16,726) and BARRY SANDERS (15,269)…Arizona wide receiver LARRY FITZGERALD (1,234) needs 92 receptions to pass TONY GONZALEZ (1,325) for second place on the NFL’s all-time receptions list. Fitzgerald (15,545) needs 390 receiving yards to pass Pro Football Hall of Famer TERRELL OWENS (15,934) for the second-most receiving yards in league history…Carolina defensive end JULIUS PEPPERS (154.5) can surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer KEVIN GREENE (160) for the third-most sacks in league history since the sack became an official statistic in 1982…Indianapolis kicker ADAM VINATIERI (2,487) needs 58 points to surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer MORTEN ANDERSEN (2,544) for the most in NFL history.
  • FAMILIAR FACES IN NEW PLACES: Seven teams enter the 2018 season with a new head coach – STEVE WILKS in Arizona, MATT NAGY in Chicago, MATT PATRICIA in Detroit, FRANK REICH in Indianapolis, PAT SHURMUR with the New York Giants, JON GRUDEN in Oakland and MIKE VRABEL in Tennessee.

Several notable players were also on the move during the offseason, including quarterbacks KIRK COUSINS (Minnesota), CASE KEENUM (Denver), ALEX SMITH (Washington) and TYROD TAYLOR (Cleveland); running backs LE GARRETTE BLOUNT (Detroit), CARLOS HYDE (Cleveland) and DION LEWIS (Tennessee); wide receivers BRANDIN COOKS (Los Angeles Rams), MICHAEL CRABTREE (Baltimore), JARVIS LANDRY (Cleveland) and JORDY NELSON (Oakland); tight end JIMMY GRAHAM (Green Bay); guard ANDREW NORWELL (Jacksonville); tackle NATE SOLDER (New York Giants); defensive end ROBERT QUINN (Miami); defensive tackles DONTARI POE (Carolina), SHELDON RICHARDSON (Minnesota), NDAMUKONG SUH (Los Angeles Rams) and MUHAMMAD WILKERSON (Green Bay); linebacker KHALIL MACK(Chicago); cornerbacks MALCOLM BUTLER (Tennessee), MARCUS PETERS (Los Angeles Rams), RICHARD SHERMAN (San Francisco) and AQIB TALIB (Los Angeles Rams); and safety TYRANN MATHIEU (Houston).

  • YOUNG STARS TAKE THE STAGE: Last season, four rookies – Arizona’s BUDDA BAKER, Kansas City’s KAREEM HUNT and New Orleans’ ALVIN KAMARA and MARSHON LATTIMORE – earned Pro Bowl honors in their first season. Who could accomplish the feat in 2018?

    Five quarterbacks -  BAKER MAYFIELD (No. 1 overall, Cleveland), SAM DARNOLD (No. 3, New York Jets), JOSH ALLEN (No. 7, Buffalo), JOSH ROSEN (No. 10, Arizona) and LAMAR JACKSON (No. 32, Baltimore) – were selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, marking the third time that at least five quarterbacks have been selected in the Draft’s opening round since the inception of the common draft in 1967. At least one rookie quarterback has started Week 1 in 10 consecutive seasons, the longest streak in the NFL since at least 1950.

    In each of the past two seasons, a rookie running back has led the NFL in rushing yards – Dallas’ EZEKIEL ELLIOTT (1,631) in 2016 and Hunt (1,327) in 2017. Three running backs – SAQUON BARKLEY (No. 2 overall, New York Giants), RASHAAD PENNY (No. 27, Seattle) and SONY MICHEL (No. 31, New England) – were selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

 

NFL KICKOFF 2018 SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, SUN​DAY & MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 9-10

(All times eastern)

Thursday, September 6 Sunday, September 9 (cont’d)
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 8:20 PM (NBC) Jacksonville at New York Giants, 1:00 PM
  Kansas City at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 PM
Sunday, September 9 Washington at Arizona, 4:25 PM
Buffalo at Baltimore, 1:00 PM Dallas at Carolina, 4:25 PM
Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1:00 PM Seattle at Denver, 4:25 PM
Cincinnati at Indianapolis, 1:00 PM Chicago at Green Bay, 8:20 PM (NBC)
Tennessee at Miami, 1:00 PM  
San Francisco at Minnesota, 1:00 PM Monday, September 10
Houston at New England, 1:00 PM New York Jets at Detroit, 7:10 PM (ESPN)
Tampa Bay at New Orleans, 1:00 PM Los Angeles Rams at Oakland, 10:20 PM (ESPN)

 

NFL Week 1 2018 Thursday Night Football opener: Falcons visit World Champion Eagles

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

 

THURSDAY NIGHT PREVIEW:

ATLANTA FALCONS AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

September 6, 2018

The 2018 season kicks off on Thursday, September 6 (8:20 PM ET, NBC) as the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles host the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field in a rematch of the 2017 NFC Divisional Playoffs, which the Eagles won 15-10. The Falcons and Eagles meet for the 31st time in the regular season, with Philadelphia holding a 16-13-1 series advantage. The Eagles, who won their first Super Bowl with a 41-33 victory over New England in Super Bowl LII, have won their past two home openers played on Kickoff Weekend and six of their past seven overall in Week 1. Philadelphia ranked third in the NFL averaging 28.6 points per game last season and were the only team to have three players with at least eight touchdown catches each – wide receivers ALSHON JEFFERY (nine) and NELSON AGHOLOR (eight) and tight end ZACH ERTZ (eight).

On the path to Super Bowl LII, the Eagles finished the regular season with a 13-3 record and earned the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Philadelphia won the NFC East a season after finishing in last place with a 7-9 record in 2016, joining the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (AFC South) as teams to complete a “worst-to-first” turnaround in 2017. At least one team has won its division the season after finishing in or tied for last place in 14 of the past 15 seasons.

Atlanta advanced to the postseason for the second consecutive season in 2017 and has won three of their past four season openers. Falcons quarterback MATT RYAN passed for 4,095 yards last season, his franchise-record seventh consecutive season with at least 4,000 passing yards, and tied for the second-longest streak in NFL history. Linebacker DEION JONES led Atlanta’s defense with 138 tackles, which tied for fourth in the NFL, and safety KEANU NEAL led all NFC safeties with 113 tackles in 2017.

​For the Week 1 Atlanta-Philadelphia capsule, click here.

 

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