Palmer: Pats have work cut out against tough Giants

The New England Patriots have their work cut out for them if they are to win their fourth Super Bowl title in a decade on Sunday. Facing the vaunted New York Giants pass rush, the Pats will have to come up with some creative ways offensively to slow down the charge of a trio of New York Pro Bowlers. ...more

Palmer: Mistakes play big role in Conference Championships

We saw some major mistakes in this past weekend's Conference championship games but the least forgivable one came in the NFC title game when kick returner Kyle Williams fumbled a punt return in overtime, leading to a game-winning field goal. TSN's Jesse Palmer has more. ...more

Palmer: Like 2007, Giants peaking at the right time

Every football team has to have its own identity, but the New York Giants look eerily similar right now to the team that won the Super Bowl in 2007. It appears that the Giants have once again peaked at the right time. TSN's Jesse Palmer has more ...more

Palmer: Loss could be blessing in disguise for Packers

The Green Bay Packers' loss at Kansas City might be an early Christmas present for head coach Mike McCarthy and his team. I think more than anything, it now allows the Packers to re-focus their energies on simply winning the Super Bowl. TSN's Jesse Palmer has more. ...more

Palmer: More at stake for Packers than 16-0 season

It would be special for the Packers to become the third team to have a perfect regular season. But as the team tries to repeat as Super Bowl champions, head coach Mike McCarthy needs to plan a strategy for resting players, if need be, over the last few weeks of the season. NFL analyst Jesse Palmer explains. ...more

Palmer: I understand what Cowboys' Garrett was thinking

Jason Garrett made a critical mistake on Sunday. It obviously wasn't his intention to "ice" rookie kicker Dan Bailey, whose second attempt missed, and Garrett is being second-guessed. But TSN's Jesse Palmer understands what Garrett was thinking. ...more

Palmer: Does anyone want to continue doubting Tim Tebow?

It sounds amazing to say it, but the Denver Broncos can win the AFC West Division. Does anyone doubt that anymore? Does anyone want to continue doubting Tim Tebow? The second year signal caller is now 5-1 as a starter, and has already engineered four 4th quarter comebacks in his young career. More importantly, he has his entire team "believing" they can win each and every game they play. Jesse Palmer has more. ...more

Palmer: Let the scrutiny begin for Falcons head coach Smith

As Jesse Palmer explains, Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith is going to be criticized for the rest of the season after choosing to go for it on fourth and inches from his own 29-yard line in overtime this past Sunday. Michael Turner got stuffed, the New Orleans Saints kicked the game-winning field goal, and the Falcons are now 5-4 and fighting desperately for a shot at the playoffs. ...more

Palmer: Why Manning owes it to the Colts to play if he can

Earlier this week, Peyton Manning did not rule out a possible return to the Indianapolis Colts this season. Jesse Palmer explains why despite the team's poor record, there is a reason that Manning should still try to play this season if he is able to. ...more

Palmer: Anything can happen, even on a routine play

How could San Diego make such a crucial mistake against the Chiefs on Monday Night Football? It was an error that cost them the game, and Jesse Palmer explains that anything can happen no matter how many times a play is practiced. ...more

Next Page >>

Cabbie on

Check out Cabbie's unique take on sports broadcasting and interviewing, poking fun at sports headlines, high-profile athletes and sports personalities. More...

Brendan Shanahan's niece Brenna is an 18-year-old lacrosse player from Mimico, Ontario, who has earned a scholarship to Division 1 Canisius College. More...


TSN 1050: TSN Drive with Dave Naylor: August 22 - Hour 3

Bill and Steve are joined by TSN 1050 Jays Reporter Scott MacArthur, and CEO of Golf Canada Scott Simmons.

TSN 1050: TSN Drive with Dave Naylor: August 22 - Scott Simmons

The CEO of Golf Canada Scott Simmons joins the Friday edition of the TSN Drive with Bill Hayes and Steve Simmons this hour.

TSN 690: Life After the Game with Darcy Lynch - Sean O'Donnell

21 year NHL veteran Sean O'Donnell joined Darcy Lynch to talk about his "Life After The Game"

More Podcasts

© 2014
All rights reserved.
Bell Media Television