Mike Harmon of SwollenDome.com rolls up a quick preview of the Thursday opener. All the yapping is over.
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Football fans celebrated a huge NFC Championship Sunday with a dominant performance by Peyton Manning and the Broncos and a hard-fought, knock-down Seattle win. Your quick synopsis: New England appeared flat out of the gate, and we watched Manning and the Denver offense chew up clock and decimate the Patriots defense. The Seahawks intercepted Colin […]
Before he departed for Sundance, Rainn Wilson stopped by “The Jason Smith Show” on FOX Sports Radio to talk about his lifelong love of the Seahawks, the role of Fantasy Football on “The Office” (and Harmon’s sit-start advice failings) as well as his new television and film projects. Come on. Tell me you don’t want […]
The long, arduous road to Super Bowl XLVIII (48) is winding toward a dramatic finish. This weekend, NFL fans and fantasy owners will celebrate AFC and NFC Championship Games. The storylines are everywhere, from the battle for legacy in the AFC between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady to the rise of a heated NFC West […]
“The Jason Smith Show” on FOX Sports Radio welcomed Heisman Trophy winner and NFL legend Eddie George to the show to talk Ken Whisenhunt’s arrival in Tennessee, Chris Johnson’s future, Championship Weekend and what it would take to lure him to the top spot in Cleveland. Take a listen to Eddie George. ————– You can […]
The week started strong with a 2-1 record against the spread on Thanksgiving Day. The late touchdown from Roethlisberger to Cotchery (failed 2-point conversion) gave us a curious win. We can keep the discussion of the Mike Tomlin play rolling, as I’m sure the NFL will chime in soon. Game Straight Up Against The Spread […]
It’s another rough week in Harmonville. I’ve been floating in the .500 world. This week rolled badly. Game Spread Straight Up Against The Spread Cincinnati at Miami CIN –2.5 CIN CIN Kansas City at Buffalo KC -3.5 KC KC San Diego at Washington WAS -.5 WAS WAS New Orleans at New York Jets NO -5.5 […]
Week 7 kicks off Thursday night with the Cardinals hosting the Seahawks in a NFC West matchup. I’m not looking for a huge total here (Nevada has it at 40 1/2), but I do believe Seattle gets it done both SU and ATS (-4 1/2). You’re looking at a disruptive secondary making things difficult for […]
It’s been a wild couple of weeks, and I’ve thankfully held my own. The record is 16-16 ATS with a 24-8 log straight up. This week, we have a number of home underdogs and point spreads on both ends of the spectrum. Anybody rolling Seattle giving nearly three touchdowns? Can Trent Richardson’s acquisition help fuel […]
After a strong Week 1 (12-4 SU, 8-8 ATS), Harmon is back to fire up his selections for the games of Week 2 of the NFL season. The Jets are heavy underdogs against the Patriots on Thursday Night Football. Danny Amendola is out indefinitely (2-6 weeks) and Rob Gronkowski is still out, so can Tom […]
Back at the mic, Harmon’s Podcast 7.25 includes the breaking Percy Harvin injury news, talk about NFL Camps, Biogenesis, the MLB trade deadline and the meaning of life.
Everybody chant with me. “Be aggressive! Be — Be — Aggressive!” Alright, so there might have been a “Bring It On” reference at some point this week that got random cheers stuck up in the Dome. The flag is being raised on a new era for the Dome, and I commemorate this period with the […]
Over the past several weeks, Percy Harvin’s name came up in myriad trade rumors. One of the top suitors for his services appeared to be the San Francisco 49ers. Harvin will join the NFC West. On Monday morning, the Vikings reportedly (per Jay Glazer of FOXSports.com) consummated a deal to send the receiver/returner to Seattle […]
The countdown clock is running down, and we’re getting set for Wild Card Weekend in the NFL. It’s cliche at this point, but the field for this weekend is quite a surprise. Coming into the season, expectations were high for Green Bay and Houston. The Packers rose up to claim the NFC North despite myriad […]
Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times reported this afternoon that tight end John Carlson of the Seahawks was set to undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum and will miss the 2011 season. Carlson had not been available to the team since the first exhibition game. I was excited about the prospects of a two-tight […]