The Post-Apocalyptic Super Bowl Nightmare-Fuel Doomsday-Scenario That We Are Facing

Imagine if you will – the scariest Super Bowl imaginable.

In the clip above, Owen Wilson is describing an armageddon-inducing meteor. To me – he may as well be describing a Texans vs Packers Super Bowl. With eight teams left in the 2020 NFL playoffs, this is becoming a realistic possibility. We can’t let this happen. I won’t let this happen.

Picture this – Green Bay Packers vs Houston Texans – Super Bowl 54 – Miami – Joe Buck – Troy Aikman – JJ Watt and Aaron Rodgers, mic’d up. Dear God.

I simply refuse to go through two weeks of these two teams at the center of the media spotlight come Super Bowl time. What can we do about this? How do we stop this from happening?

This weekend, I am all in on the Chiefs against the Texans.

And…gulp…I never thought I would say this…let’s hope the Seahawks can take down the Packers.

It is up to Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes to stop an Armageddon from happening.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets Decent NFL Games: Week 17

Last week was officially graded as an “ASS” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this final week be any different? Let’s find out.

Merry Christmas – enjoy this low effort blog post. Here are some things to look out for in the games above:

  • The Packers are jockeying for a first round bye against the Lions.
  • If the Chiefs beat the Chargers, and the Patriots lose to the Dolphins – the Chiefs get a first round bye.
  • The Cowboys need to beat the Redskins and have the Eagles lose to the Giants in order to win the NFC East.
  • The Titans clinch a playoff birth with a win over the Texans. If the Texans win and the Chiefs lose – the Texans move up to the #3 seed.
  • If the 49ers beat the Seahawks, they secure the #1 seed in the NFC. If the Seahawks win – they win the NFC West. The Seahawks would need the Packers to lose to get a first round bye. If the Saints and the Packers lose they get the #1 seed.

This is a “decent” NFL schedule for the Portland-Metro area this week.

– Buzz

BREAKING: I BOTCHED THE WEEK 16 NFL TV SCHEDULE

Big time botch job here.

I forgot about the Saturday slate of NFL games. Thanks to my brother for reminding me.

Unfortunately for me – I am too much of a peasant to have NFL Network. Youtube TV doesn’t carry it. I’m too poor for cable. With that in mind – this is still an “ASS” week of NFL action.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets ASS NFL Games: Week 16

I made a huge mistake last week. I was naive enough to believe that we would actually get the Cowboys-Rams game on TV in the Portland area. Without any heads up – the game was switched to 49ers-Falcons. I really wish FOX had let me know ahead of time, I apologize for the miscue on my end.

Last week was officially graded as an “OK” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

I am not even going to go into individual game breakdowns this week. This is a prime example of why living in the Seattle Seahawks TV area is trash. The Cowboys and Eagles are playing for the division title Sunday afternoon – yet we get the god damn Seahawks-Cardinals game.

What is the point of flex scheduling for Sunday Night Football if they can’t even get the most important game on the air?

This is an “ASS” NFL schedule for the Portland-Metro area this week.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets OK NFL Games: Week 15

Last week was officially graded as a “superb” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 15:

Ravens @ Jets

How many touchdowns will Lamar Jackson have against the Jets? 4? 5? 6?

The Ravens should destroy the Jets on Thursday night. This is the last Thursday night game of the year – too bad it isn’t a marquee matchup.

Seahawks @ Panthers

I am torn between not wanting to watch the Seahawks and wanting to watch Christian McCaffrey. This is also the only game on in the morning…

Vikings @ Chargers

Kirk Cousins and Philly Rivers? I can’t watch this…or can I?

Rams @ Cowboys

If the Cowboys can come away from this game with a loss they will be able to keep their division lead in the NFC East.

Bills @ Steelers

Why would this game get flexed to Sunday night!? Much better options out there.

Colts @ Saints

Taysom Hill falls into my “Lamar Jackson players I must watch play” category. Go Colts though.

We have ourselves an OK week of NFL action in the Portland Metro Area. The Cowboys are on TV, and we get to watch Lamar Jackson and Taysom Hill.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets Superb NFL Games: Week 14

Last week was officially graded as a “great” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 14:

Cowboys @ Bears

Big game for the Cowboys – kind of. The NFC East is more like the NFC LEAST, but the Cowboys are still in position to host a playoff game.

Ravens @ Bills

This is a good game?

49ers @ Saints

Huge game for both teams.

Chiefs @ Patriots

Huge game for the Chiefs. Hopefully they can beat the Pats while they are down. I want to see another AFC team with the #1 seed in the playoffs.

Seahawks @ Rams

The Rams are creeping up on a playoff spot, while the Seahawks are fighting for the #1 seed.

Giants @ Eagles

Go Giants! Help the Cowboys secure the NFC East crown.

We have ourselves a superb week of NFL action in the Portland Metro Area. Only one game is gross, and it still has playoff implications for the Cowboys.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets Great NFL Games: Week 13 (THANKSGIVING EDITION)

Last week was officially graded as an “Amazing” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 13:

There are way too many games on the slate to analyze. This is a great week for watching football. The one terrible game this week, Browns @ Steelers, is balanced out by a fantastic game in the same time slot – 49ers @ Ravens.

Not much to complain about! Happy Thanksgiving!

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets AMAZING NFL Games: Week 12

Last week was officially graded as an “Boring” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 12:

Let’s take a deeper dive into what is on TV this week:

Thursday Night

Colts @ Texans

This game is intriguing. The winner will take sole possession of the AFC South.

FOX Early

Seahawks @ Eagles

MY SEATTLE SEAHAWKS need to come up big and beat the Eagles on the road. Let’s build the lead in the NFC East for America’s team.

CBS Late

Jaguars @ Titans

If this game is a Color Rush matchup I am all in. If it isn’t, then why is it on TV?

FOX Late

Cowboys @ Patriots

The best coach and the best quarterback in the NFL will take on Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in New England.

Sunday Night

Packers @ 49ers

The top two teams in the NFC face off in a game where they will talk about Aaron Rodgers non-stop. Should be a fun game to watch as long as you mute your TV.

Monday Night

Ravens @ Rams

Lamar Jackson – the GOAT – in primetime? Hell yes.

Wrap-Up

This is an “AMAZING” week for NFL action in Portland. We have a watchable game in every time slot. Should be a glorious weekend.

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets Boring NFL Games: Week 11

Last week was officially graded as an “Alright” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 11:

Let’s take a deeper dive into what is on TV this week:

Thursday Night

Steelers @ Browns

Gross. No thanks.

CBS Early

Texans @ Ravens

Lamar Jackson is the best player in the NFL. I’m excited to see what he can do against the Texans.

Fox Late

Cardinals @ 49ers

This is fine, I guess. The Cardinals have Kyler, I might have this game on in the background.

CBS Late

Patriots @ Eagles

This is a solid game and a rematch of Super Bowl-whatever. I need the Pats to win to keep the Cowboys in the division lead.

Sunday Night

Bears @ Rams

Boring. The Rams are old news and the Bears are trash.

Monday Night

Chiefs @ Chargers

The Chiefs are fun to watch, the Chargers are not.

Wrap-Up

This is a “boring” week for NFL action in Portland. Anyone have anything fun going on this Sunday?

– Buzz

The Portland Metro Area Gets Alright NFL Games: Week 10

Last week was officially graded as an “OK” week for NFL on TV in the Portland-Metro Area. Will this week be any different? Let’s find out.

Here is what we have coming up for Week 10:

Am I seeing this right…no Packers or Patriots this week? What is going on?

At first glance we have two games that I am interested in. Let’s take a deeper dive into what is on TV this week:

Thursday Night

Chargers @ Raiders

We are looking at a primetime AFC west game without any realistic playoff implications. Gross. Derek Carr vs Philip Rivers. The outcome of this game does not matter to me one bit.

CBS Early

Chiefs @ Titans

We have a potential game with Matt Moore vs Ryan Tannehill under center. Two former Miami Dolphin starting QBs. I would honestly prefer to watch the Ravens beat up on the Bengals during this time slot. Hopefully Mahomes plays in this one.

Fox Early

Falcons @ Saints

^ Me when then Saints are on TV again against a 1-7 team.

CBS Late

Rams @ Steelers

Not sure why we get this game. The Packers playing the Panthers is much more important to the NFC playoff picture.

Sunday Night

Vikings @ Cowboys

Kirk Cousins, I do like that. I love watching the Cowboys play.

Monday Night

Seahawks @ 49ers

Is this rivalry back? I hope so.

Wrap-Up

This is an “Alright” week for NFL action in Portland. We get to end our weekend with the two best games – Vikings @ Cowboys and Seahawks @ 49ers.
– Buzz