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The winner of the “Living with Sportz” Fan of the Day for Dec 16th, is Nick DeNunzio. Nick lives in Akron and is still a Cleveland Cavs fan. Nick is also a big Packer Backer and that earned him extra points with Living with Sportz. He is also a loyal follower and reader. Nick is definitely Living with Sportz. Congrats Nick!!

“Living with Sportz” Radio. It was an incredible show and I truly appreciate all of you that tuned in on Tuesday Night.

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Coryell Factor: Charger Owner, Dean Spanos, upon Don Coryell’s death–“We are terribly saddened by the passing of Coach Coryell,” Spanos said. “He revolutionized the game of football, not only in San Diego, but throughout the entire NFL. Don Coryell was a legend not only with the Chargers but throughout San Diego. Though unfortunately he did not live long enough to see it, hopefully one day his bust will find its proper place in Pro Football’s Hall of Fame. He will be missed.” Don Coryell, Hall of Fame 2011

  1. New England Patriots: Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow
  2. Atlanta Falcons: 11-2 and could run the table
  3. Pittsburgh Steelers: Defense driven
  4. New Orleans Saints: A Great Wildcard team
  5. Baltimore Ravens: Can they turn it on when they need to?
  6. Philadelphia Eagles: Take care of business in Dallas
  7. New York Giants: Tons of frequent flyer miles
  8. New York Jets: They are definitely not offensive
  9. Chicago Bears: Dominated at home, get to play outside at Minnesota this week
  10. Green Bay Packers: No running game, no Aaron Rodgers, means trouble in Green Bay
  11. Jacksonville Jaguars: Opportunity to prove they are worthy in Indy this week
  12. San Diego Chargers: Scary team IF they make the playoffs
  13. Kansas City Chiefs: No Cassel, we all take the day off
  14. Indianapolis Colts: Opportunity to get back in the mix this week
  15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Most surprising team in the NFL this year
  16. Miami Dolphins: Road Warriors
  17. Oakland Raiders: Paging the defense? Where are you?
  18. St. Louis Rams: This team could be playoff bound
  19. San Francisco 49ers: Still in the hunt
  20. Dallas Cowboys: Will Garrett get the full time job? Hmmmm
  21. Houston Texans: This secondary is terrible
  22. Minnesota Vikings: Flashback to the 70’s, The Vikes move outdoors–Gotta love it
  23. Tennessee Titans: Fisher wants out of town
  24. Cleveland Browns: OMG-This offense is offensive
  25. Seattle Seahawks: Ugly team and 1st place in the NFC West
  26. Detroit Lions: It has to feel great to take down the Packers
  27. Buffalo Bills: They need to lose out to get a quality draft pick that they need
  28. Arizona Cardinals: 25 Points by Jay Feely is more than they score normally as a team
  29. Washington Redskins: This is a disaster
  30. Denver Broncos: They might have a hard time winning the Humanitarian Bowl
  31. Cincinnati Bengals: TO needs to look in a mirror
  32. Carolina Panthers: Playing out the season–very poorly I might add
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I was a professional baseball umpire for 11 seasons from 1979-1989. I follow all sports and read and study everything to do with all aspects of sport. I am now a 50 yr old man who feels the need for a new career and am hoping to get into the sports information age. I love starting discussions about controversial sports and life subjects. I am originally from Wisconsin. I am a diehard cheesehead and have been a lifelong Packer and Badger fan. I have lived all over the country and hope to give an interesting perspective to sports.

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