Spanish Play-By-Play Call Of Cam Newton’s Flipping Touchdown

Obviously Cam Newton’s “flipping touchdown” in the Carolina Panthers win over the Houston Texans was very impressive. But it’s even more exciting when you hear the play-by-play call in Spanish. Man I wish I remembered some of my two years of Spanish from high school. I did make out Superman, touchdown and the ESPN theme song though!

NFL Playoff Power Poll

To get you set for the best postseason in sports, the NFL Playoffs, here is how I rank the playoff teams one through 12. Here is the NFL Playoff Power Poll:

NFL PLAYOFF POWER POLL:

1. BRONCOS: An 11 game winning streak, Peyton Manning, a tough nosed defense and home field advantage are just a few of the reasons Denver is the AFC favorite to reach the Super Bowl.

2. NINERS: The team is built to win it all as long as their young quarterback doesn’t succomb to the playoff pressure.

3. PATRIOTS: If the defense can continue their improved play Bill Belichick and Tom Brady may be making another Super Bowl run.

4. FALCONS: With home field advantage, it’s time for Matt Ryan to move into the elite class of QB’s and lead his team to a Super Bowl.

5. PACKERS: You can never doubt a team with a QB as good as Aaron Rodgers. If they get past the Vikings in the first round they’ll give the Niners all they can handle.

6. SEAHAWKS: If Marshawn Lynch can continue to carry the majority of the load offensively, with the defense as strong as it is, that will take the pressure off Russell Wilson’s first appearance in the playoffs.

7. TEXANS: Houston loses three of their last four and home field advantage in the process. You don’t want to be playing your worst football come playoff time.

8. REDSKINS: RG III is as fun a player you’ll watch. He’ll need plenty of help however for any shot at a deep run in the playoffs.

9. VIKINGS: They got into the playoffs closing the year with four straight wins including victories over Chicago, Houston and Green Bay. With Adrian Peterson you can’t count rule them out of any game. Could be this year’s New York Giants.

10. COLTS: To win 11 games in Andrew Luck’s first year is beyond what anyone could imagine. Any playoff wins would be gravy.

11. RAVENS: Credit Baltimore for doing enough to win their division. They should be motivated with Ray Lewis announcing this will be his last ride but with all the injuries they don’t have enough horses to finish the race.

12. BENGALS: You wouldn’t expect the Bengals to make noise but anything is possible when you have a top 10 defense.

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 17

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. And once again we have a new No. 1. And continuing with the holiday theme we honor this week’s poll with NFL cheerleaders dressed in their holiday attire. These would be the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. Too bad America’s team wasn’t good or bad enough to make this poll this year so we could feature them more!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

TOP 5:
1. BRONCOS (2): A win over the Chiefs and Denver goes into the playoffs on a 11 game win streak.

2. FALCONS (4): Always good to have home field advantage wrapped up going into the final week.

3. PACKERS (NR): Winners of 10 of their last 11 Green Bay is poised for another deep playoff run.

4. NINERS (1): Curious to see what kind of effect the thumping by Seattle has on this team heading into the playoffs

5. PATRIOTS (5): Pats haven’t been playing well the last two games. Look to get back on track Sunday versus Miami.

Dropped Out: TEXANS

BOTTOM 5:
1. CHIEFS (1): A loss to the Broncos and KC is on the clock for the first pick.

2. JAGUARS (2): The next home for Tim Tebow? Enjoy him Jacksonville.

3. RAIDERS (3): What speedy wide receiver will Oakland draft next?

4. LIONS (4): A loss to the Bears and Detroit closes the season on a eight game losing streak.

5. CARDINALS (5): And this week’s quarterback is…

Dropped Out: NONE

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 16

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. For the second consecutive week we once again have a new No. 1 in both the top and bottom. And in honor of Christmas we spread the holiday cheer with pics of NFL cheerleaders.

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

TOP 5:
1. NINERS (5): Topping the previous No. 1 team on the road earns the jump to the top spot.

2. BRONCOS (2): After taking down the Ravens, Denver should finish the year on a 11 game win streak with only the Browns and Chiefs left on the schedule.

3. TEXANS (3): Houston is fifth in defending the run. They’ll be tested Sunday by Adrian Peterson.

4. FALCONS (4): Atlanta bounced back impressively from the Carolina loss by blowing out the Giants.

5. PATRIOTS (1): Had their seven game win streak snapped by the Niners. Should bounce back and end the season with wins over the Jaguars and Dolphins.

Dropped Out: None

BOTTOM 5:
1. CHIEFS (3): Lowly Chiefs generate just 119 yards and seven first downs against the lowly Raiders.

2. JAGUARS (2): Playing an angry Patriots team this Sunday won’t be pleasant for the Jags.

3. RAIDERS (4): Good news is they ended a six game losing streak. The bad news is it was against the Chiefs.

4. LIONS (NR): One year removed from making the playoffs, the Lions have returned to their mediocre state.

5. CARDINALS (1): By beating the Lions the Cardinals end their nine game losing streak but who thinks that was probably a fluke?

Dropped Out: TITANS

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 15

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. In a rare instance we have a new No. 1 in both the top and bottom featuring the latter with their cheerleaders. Turns out they could beat them as well.

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

TOP 5:
1. PATRIOTS (Last Week-3): Tom Brady is playing like, well, Tom Brady and the Pat’s already appear to be Super Bowl ready.

2. BRONCOS (4): Winners of eight straight, Denver has only one real tough game left–this Sunday at Baltimore.

3. TEXANS (1): Houston’s mortal performance against the Pat’s makes you wonder if they truly are a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

4. FALCONS (2): After losing to Carolina things don’t get easier hosting the New York Giants Sunday.

5. NINERS (NR): Colin Kaepernick is 3-1 as a starter. Now we’ll see how good he truly is as he duels with Tom Brady Sunday night.

Dropped Out: RAVENS

BOTTOM 5:
1. CARDINALS (NR): While they have four wins, after the 58-0 loss to Seattle this team is truly the worst in the league.

2. JAGUARS (1): Even Chad Henne can’t lead this team out of the doldrums. Like we thought he could to begin with.

3. CHIEFS (2): A week after beating Carolina the Chiefs return to form in a blowout loss to the Browns.

4. RAIDERS (3): If the Raiders could break a six game losing streak it would be this week vs. KC.

5. TITANS (NR): Losers of three straight it will be sooo exciting to see them on Monday Night Football against the Jets!

Dropped Out: PANTHERS, EAGLES

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 14

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. A new team enters the top 5 and we honor them in our customary way–with cheerleader pics!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

TOP 5:
1. TEXANS (Last Week-1): Texans roll over Titans which now sets up a Monday Night showdown in New England.

2. FALCONS (2): Atlanta avenges it’s only loss by taking down the Saints.

3. PATRIOTS (5): With the win over the Dolphins the Pats clinch their fourth straight AFC East division title.

4. BRONCOS (NR): Denver clinches the AFC West and makes their debut into our Top 5. Obviously the latter is the bigger honor.

5. RAVENS (3): Blow an opportunity to beat the Steelers without Big Ben. Next three games tough playing Washington, Denver and the Giants.

Dropped Out: NINERS

BOTTOM 5:
1. JAGUARS (2): A week after beating Tennessee the Jags return to their losing ways falling to Buffalo.

2. CHIEFS (1): Doubt the win over Carolina could dull the pain this organization is suffering.

3. RAIDERS (3): Losing streak reaches four. Will most likely go to five after Thursday’s game against Denver.

4. EAGLES (4): Fire the defensive coordinator, fire the defensive line coach–next up the head coach.

5. PANTHERS (5): After losing to the Chiefs it seems very unlikely they have any chance against the Falcons.

Dropped Out: None

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 13

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. We have one new team enter the Top five and we honor them with their cheerleaders. Enjoy!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

TOP 5:
1. TEXANS (Last Week-1): Yes they needed a bad rule and Jim Schwartz’s emotions to bail them out against Detroit but as they say a win is a win.

2. FALCONS (2): While remaining No. 2 Atlanta has been struggling needing comebacks against both Arizona and Tampa Bay the last two weeks.

3. RAVENS (4): Fourth and 29? No problem. Just get the ball to Ray Rice.

4. NINERS (5): How many teams can be good, change quarterbacks in midseason and actually get better?

5. PATRIOTS (NR): Pats have won five straight and while the offense is continuing to roll along the defense is also getting better.

Dropped Out: PACKERS

BOTTOM 5:

1. CHIEFS (1): It’s so bad for KC that the players are getting autographs and pictures taken with opposing team’s players.

2. JAGUARS (2): It took Chad Henne to come into the game to get the Jags their second win of the season. If they don’t watch out they’ll lose the No. 1 overall pick.

3. RAIDERS (5): Bad news is Oakland has lost four straight. Worst news is they’re getting blown out.

4. EAGLES (NR): Really strange to see how far the Birds have fallen.

5. PANTHERS (4): For a night Cam Newton reverted to first year Cam Newton.

Dropped Out: BROWNS

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 12

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. We have one new team enter the Top five and a new number one in the Bottom 5. We honor that team with their cheerleaders. Enjoy!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5:

Top 5:
1. TEXANS (Last Week-1): ): Despite needing overtime to beat the Jaguars the Texans hold onto the top spot facing Detroit on Thanksgiving day.

2. FALCONS (2): Matt Ryan throws five interceptions and the Falcons still win.

3. PACKERS (4): Green Bay rallies to beat Detroit to return to their rightful place at the top of the NFC North tied with Chicago.

4. RAVENS (5): Special teams leads Baltimore to a big divisional win over Pittsburgh.

5. NINERS (NR): Aldon Smiths 5½ sacks and Colin Kaepernick’s surprisingly good play leads to the Niners blowout over the Bears. Now bring on the QB controversy.

Dropped Out: BEARS

BOTTOM 5:
1. CHIEFS (2): And the losing streak reaches seven.

2. JAGUARS (1): The Jags overtime loss to Houston takes them out of the top spot.

3. BROWNS (3): Cleveland fights in the overtime loss to the Cowboys. One wonders if that same fight can result in a win against the injury depleted Steelers.

4. PANTHERS (4): Another lower team coming up short in an OT loss to Tampa Bay.

5. OAKLAND (NR): When you don’t have a run game it’s pretty difficult to win as the Raiders are ranked 31st in that category.

Dropped Out: JETS

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 11

As heard on 1320 KFAN here is the latest Gunther and Graham NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. We have a new No. 1 in the Top 5 while the Bottom 5 stayed the same. To commemorate the new top team we salute their cheerleaders which have been featured here on multiple occasions!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5

TOP 5:
1. TEXANS (Last Week-3): Houston returns to the top spot winning a defensive battle in Chicago.

2. FALCONS (1): Atlanta loses first game by not being able to cover Saints tight end Jimmy Graham.

3. BEARS (2): Defense will keep them in every game but they’ll need a healthy Jay Cutler to score points.

4. PACKERS (5): Green Bay returns from the bye on a four-game winning streak and a big clash with division rival Detroit.

5. RAVENS (NR): While it was against Oakland, Baltimore seems to be returning to stride posting up 55 points.

Dropped Out: NINERS

BOTTOM 5:
1. JAGUARS (1): Jacksonville losing ways will continue Sunday at Houston.

2. CHIEFS (2): It’s so bad the Chiefs are celebrating touchdowns that turn out not to be touchdowns!

3. BROWNS (3): Cleveland was on bye and I’m pretty sure no one noticed.

4. PANTHERS (4): Coming off a win over the Redskins, Carolina returned to form in a blowout loss to Denver.

5. JETS (5): The Jets are so bad they have reduced their coach to tears.

Dropped Out: NONE

NFL Top 5 Bottom 5–Week 10

href=”http://twitter.com/Gunther_Graham”>Gunther and Graham’s NFL Top 5 Bottom 5. A couple of changes in the Top 5 and shifting in the Bottom 5. Thanks to the Houston Texans cheerleaders we dedicate this weeks poll to those serving in our country. Thanks for keeping us free and also a thank you for the Texans cheerleaders! God Bless America!

NFL TOP 5 BOTTOM 5

TOP 5:
1. FALCONS (Last Week-1): A run game and defense were the keys in the win over Cowboys.

2. BEARS (2): The 51 points they scored against the Titans were the most scored by a Bears team in 32 years.

3. TEXANS (3): Just steady as always with Matt Schaub throwing two touchdowns and Arian Foster running for 111 yards and a score in the win over Buffalo.

4. 49ERS (5): Niners come off a bye with a tune-up versus the Rams before the following week showdown with Chicago.

5. PACKERS (NR): Green Bay heads into their bye week on a four game winning streak.

Dropped Out: GIANTS

BOTTOM 5:
1. JAGUARS (1): Their 1-7 start ties the worst in franchise history.

2. CHIEFS (2): After four turnovers in the loss to the Chargers they now total a league worst 29 which have led to 104 points.

3. BROWNS (4): Cleveland continues to have issues getting touchdowns after settling for five field goals in a loss versus Baltimore.

4. PANTHERS (3): Snap a five game losing streak in win at Washington.

5. JETS (5): If a team could lose during a bye week it would be the Jets.

Dropped Out: None