Sports Info Solutions: 4 Divisional Matchups With Underperforming Teams in Week 4

Sports Info Solutions: 4 Divisional Matchups With Underperforming Teams in Week 4
Each week of the NFL season, Sports Info Solutions previews several key games. They’ll dive deep into the numbers and break down important storylines. Here is the Week 4 edition: Washington Commanders (1-2) at Dallas Cowboys (2-1) The loss of Dak Prescott has naturally led to two wins for the Cowboys.  The offense was pitiful […]

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Matchups Week 4: Titans at Colts

Matchups Week 4: Titans at Colts
Tennessee Titans (1-2) at Indianapolis Colts (1-1-1) Opening Spread: Colts -3. Opening Game Total: 42.5. Opening Team Totals: Colts (22.75), Titans (19.75) Weather: Dome. The Line Report         This line opened as Colts -3.         This line has moved to Colts -3.5 as of Thursday night.       […]

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Week 4 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

Week 4 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings
The 33rd Team’s weekly NFL quarterback rankings are a snapshot of where the league’s 32 current starters are right now, taking into account the QB’s recent production, his supporting cast, his health, and an evaluation by our scouting department, led by former NFL team executive T.J. McCreight and assisted by scouts Justin Casey, Kevin Cohn […]

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Analysis

The 33rd Team Postgame Reaction Show – Week 3

Host Trey Wingo is joined by DeAngelo Hall, Eric Mangini, and a slew of other guests as they break down Week 3 in the NFL.

From Patrick Mahomes and KC’s loss at Indianapolis to Jacksonville’s upset of the Chargers to the Broncos’ 11-10 triumph in Denver, the guys have it all covered.

Analysis

Chiefs Got in Own Way in Loss to Colts

Indianapolis’ victory over Kansas City in Week 3 was an upset that provided a boost to the Colts’ season, but it was also an avoidable loss for the Chiefs. Trey Wingo sits down with Eric Mangini to break down how the Chiefs couldn’t get out of their own way throughout the game.

From special teams mistakes to unforced errors that gave the Colts additional chances, Mangini explains how the Chiefs — thinking it would be an easy win — got burned.

Colts Stun Chiefs 20-17 With 24 Seconds Left

Colts Stun Chiefs 20-17 With 24 Seconds Left
With 24 seconds left, rookie Jelani Woods scored his second touchdown of the game (and of his NFL career), and thousands of loser pool players were eliminated across the country as the Indianapolis Colts upset the Kansas City Chiefs 20-17 in Indianapolis. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Kansas City’s Chris Jones gave the Colts new […]

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