The 2022-23 NFL season opens Sept. 8, bringing excitement, joy and a rollercoaster of emotions to football fans worldwide. Eight Graphic staff members have made their picks for what is sure to be an exciting first week.
The beginning of the NFL season is almost here. Sports Guest Contributor Joseph Heinemann explains his predictions for who has the right ingredients to win it all.
The SportsWaves gang reflects on March Madness thus far and looks ahead to the Final Four, plus discusses the many trades and free agent signings in the NFL offseason. Special guest Ryan Hemphill provides some fun hot takes.
The Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Feb. 13. The NFL Picks Staff are split on who will win the biggest game in American football.
After an intense Divisional Round of the 2021-22 NFL Playoffs, the Bengals and Chiefs and the 49ers and Rams square off in the Conference Championships. Who will reach Super Bowl LVI? The NFL Picks squad makes their predictions.
The higher seeds had their way in the Wild Card Round of the 2021-22 NFL Playoffs. A number of enticing matchups are set for the Divisional Round, and, as always, the PGM NFL Picks crew are here to share their opinions.
After a six-week hiatus, PGM NFL Picks is back and better than ever. The staff makes their picks for the last week of the regular season in anticipation of the wonderful chaos that is playoff football.
After another week filled with upsets, the PGM picks standings tightened up with Ali and Joe gaining 2 games on the rest of the competition. For Week 11, the staff is tasked with making their picks in the face of as much uncertainty as there has been in the NFL in recent memory.
The PGM NFL picks crew pick the games for Week 10. You never know what can happen on football Sunday.
After a rollercoaster of a Week 8, the PGM standings changed, with Alec Matulka moving up to second and Ali Levens moving up to third. With more intriguing matchups in Week 9, the staff has some hard picks to make.