Eric Frazier worked for SportsRadio 1340 The Fan from August 2012- February 2013
Houston Texans Beat The Baltimore Ravens 43-13
The Houston Texans destroyed the Baltimore Ravens 43-13 to improve to 6-1 and the best record in the AFC.
Dallas Cowboys Beat The Carolina Panthers 19-14
After losing two weeks in a row, the Dallas Cowboys return to the win column by beating the Carolina Panthers 19-14.
Former NFL Commisioner Paul Tagliabue Will Hear Saints Bounty Case Appeals
In an interest in fairness, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell chose former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue to hear the New Orleans Saints bounty case appeals.
Austin Texas Based DJ Blitz Joins The Sports Shack To Talk About Guest DJ Perfomance At Th…
DJ Blitz joined The Sports Shack with Scott Fitzgerald and Alan Berger to talk about his guest DJ appearance at the roof on Saturday.
Jerry Jones Thinks Dallas Cowboys Can Win Super Bowl This Year
Eventhough the Dallas Cowboys are 2-3 on the year, owner Jerry Jones still feels that the Dallas Cowboys can win the Super Bowl this year.
Emily Cates Joins The Sports Shack To Talk Texas Rangers
Emily Cates from ShutdownInning.com joined The Sports Shack with Scott Fitzgerald and Alan Berger to discuss the Rangers and what has been going on since the season ended with the October 5th loss to Baltimore in the AL Wild Card game.
Dallas Cowboys Running Back DeMarco Murray Has Confirmed Foot Sprain
The Dallas Cowboys have confirmed that the injury that running back DeMarco Murray suffered during the Cowboys' 31-29 loss against the Baltimore Ravens is just a foot sprain.
Felix Baumgartner Completes 24 Mile-High Freefall
Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner completed a 128,100-foot/24 mile record breaking free-fall from space on Sunday in Roswell, NM.
Baltimore Ravens Beat Dallas Cowboys 31-29
The Baltimore Ravens beat the Dallas Cowboys 31-29 after the Cowboys missed a game tying 2-point conversion and a last second game winning field goal attempt.
Houston Texans Quarterback Matt Schaub Says Andre Johnson has Not Lost a Step
Some people around the National Football League and the media feel that Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson has lost step and has had reduced production at age 31, but Texans quarterback Matt Schaub says that is not true.