Trent Green returns to Westwood One Sports for his fourth season as the Thursday Night game analyst after serving in a similar capacity on Sundays for one season with FOX Television. In addition, Green also serves as an analyst for preseason games on television for the Kansas City Chiefs and has been a studio analyst for the NFL Network.
Green spent 15 seasons in the NFL, playing quarterback for five different franchises. He was a member of the Super Bowl XXXIV Champion Rams, but enjoyed his best seasons with Kansas City from 2001-2006. While wearing a Chiefs uniform, he became only the fourth quarterback in NFL history to have three consecutive seasons of 4,000 yards or more passing. He finished his career with 162 touchdowns and over 28,000 yards passing.
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DENVER – For the 17th time, it’ll be Tom Brady versus Peyton Manning and this time a spot in historic Super Bowl 50 is on the line. Manning and the Denver Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-16 on…Read More »
And so it has all come down to this. Super Bowl XLVIII is this afternoon and just like that, the NFL season will be in the books. It’ll also mark the end of our analyst picks for 2013-14. Heading into the final game, which is worth a whopping eight points,…Read More »
After a wildly unpredictable Wild Card Weekend, things got a bit back to normal last Saturday and Sunday, as three of the four home teams managed victories – and three of our analysts picked all four winners. A tip of the cap on that achievement to James Lofton, Mark Malone…Read More »
FOXBORO, MA – LeGarrette Blount rushed for 166 yards and four touchdowns as the New England Patriots used a dominating ground game to advance to the AFC Championship Game for a third consecutive year in a 43-22 win over Indianapolis. The Patriots rushed over the Colts to the tune of…Read More »
After a week in which picking Wild Card winners was anything but straightforward, Boomer Esiason established a bigger lead atop our picks standings with a 3-1 mark. The rest of our panel either picked only one game correctly or none at all. Boomer, 170 points Mark, 163 points James, 160…Read More »
CINCINNATI – San Diego scored 20 unanswered second-half points to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10 in an AFC Wild Card playoff game Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. The Chargers ran the ball for 196 yards on 40 carries, while Philip Rivers threw the ball just 16 times, completing 12 for…Read More »
And so we’ve come to the end. Or the beginning. All how you look at it. Our analysts have made it through 17 weeks of NFL action and the regular-season standings shook out like this: Boomer, 164-92 Mark, 163-93 James, 158-98 Rod, 157-99 Trent, 154-102 So before we get to…Read More »
And so it all comes down to this… 16 games on a single Sunday – 13 of which have an impact on the playoff race. Pretty impressive. Heading into Week 17, the standings in our weekly analyst picks look like this: Boomer Esiason, 151-89 Mark Malone, 150-90, 1 GB James…Read More »