NFL Game of the Week: Vikings at Eagles
Nick Foles recovered from a shaky start to put together a solid second half for the Eagles, as they put the doubters to rest by taking care of the Atlanta Falcons at home last week. The Vikings, on the other hand, finished their game spectacularly with a 60 yard buzzer-beating touchdown to take out the Saints. Tune in to Fox at 6:30 pm on Sunday, January 21st.
NBA Game of the Week: Warriors at Cavaliers
No question as to the game of the week for the NBA, as these two teams have met the last 3 years in the NBA finals, with another potential matchup very much a possibility this year. Both teams are healthy, so look for this one to be played with playoff effort. Tune in to TNT at 8:00 on Monday, January 15th.
EPL Game of the Week: Manchester United at Burnley FC
There are no clashes this weekend between top 4 teams to look forward to, but I think this matchup could be a good one for a few reasons. First, Burnley is putting together a surprisingly good season. Nick Pope seems to make 10 plus saves every game, and the defense has secured a fair amount of clean sheets. Last meeting between these teams was in December when Burnley was able to draw 2-2 at Old Trafford. Burnley and their home crowd will be ready to go for this one. Tune in to NBCSN 10:00 am on Saturday, January 20th.
NHL Game of the Week: Capitals at Devils
Both East coast rivals are putting together solid seasons, with Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin turning back the years and playing some of his best hockey this year. Look for a physical, fast-paced game between these two high-powered offenses. Tune in to NBC Sports at 7 pm on Thursday, January 18th.
Movie Recommendation of the Week: The Post
This movie stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, has a handful of other solid supporting actors, is directed by Spielberg, and is seemingly politically relevant today as well. No-brainer for this weekend.