Sean, Gary, and Randy kick things off with a short post-game for the
Thursday Night Football game between the Tennessee Titans and the
Jacksonville Jaguars. We discuss the things that led to the win for the
Jags and the loss for the Titans. We also wonder if the Titans season
is over and if Jaguars really proved they could win the AFC South with
this big win.
After that, we get into our NFL Week 11 Preview, where we answer general
questions and fantasy football questions about each team, as
well as, give an actual prediction on each game too.
Randy takes us through the big games happening this week in College
Football and we make predictions on those to round out the show.
We apologize for coming out a day later than usual, Sean had another internet outage on Monday that wasn't fixed until Tuesday morning. At least we have a podcast for you though.
We start things right off with our NFL Week 10 Recap (4:35-1:21:45) looking at all the games, probably running through them a lot faster than usual, but still answering questions about each team and before we finish with that, we do a preview for the Thursday Night tilt (1:21:45-1:25:25) between the Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars, which one of the two young QB's will lead their team to an important AFC South divisional win? Find out who we choose right here.
After that, we discuss the one year suspension of Aldon Smith and also take a look at all of the Quarterback changes (1:25:25-1:55:45) made this week, which one will yield the most positive results? Could we see one of these guys become a permanent starter? How long should the Denver Broncos sit Peyton Manning? From Case Keenum to Brock Osweiler, we discuss all of those players and more.
Randy takes us through the third College Football Playoff Rankings (1:55:45-2:00:55) and we take a look back at another crazy week on the University Gridiron.
We move along to Gary's Fantasy Football pickups, the Top 5 Power Rankings, and the Player of the Week (2:00:55-2:11:00)
We end things with a discussion on "what exactly is a NFL catch" and examine some controversial plays and if they were actually a "catch" or not (2:11:00-End)
We kick things off today with a post-game for the Thursday Night
Football game between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets
(3:00-14:25.) Randy will surely have a lot to say about this one after
the Jets blew plenty of chances. Should the Jets have kicked the field
goal with over three minutes left? Are the Bills legit contenders after
this win? We ponder these questions and more.
Then we get into the main portion of our program with a full NFL Week 10 Preview (14:25-1:09:10.) We
discuss a question or
two about every game happening on Sunday, including potential key
Fantasy Football matchups you should pay attention to as well. So, if
you don't listen to anything else, don't miss our NFL Week 10 Preview.
Randy leads us through the big games happening in College Football Week
11 (1:09:10-1:23:45) and we discuss the second week of the College
Football Playoff Rankings as well.
We then end things with a conversation about whether or not Draft Kings
and Fan Duel should really be considered illegal (1:23:45-End.)
We kick things off today by doing a short post-game for the Cleveland
Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals Thursday Night Football game (3:15-9:00.)
We go through what led to the loss for the Browns and the win for the
Bengals, plus we also discuss how many more weeks the Bengals stay
undefeated as well and if the Browns just need to keep Johnny Manziel as
Then we move into the main part of the show with our NFL Week 9 Preview (9 mins-1 hour and 2 mins,) where we discuss more of
the Detroit Lions woes
after they fire more people. Then we go through all the games happening
this week, discuss questions about each team, play games, and also have
Fantasy Football related questions about the matchups as well.
We finish it out with Randy leading us through some of the big games
happening in College Football Week 10 as well. (1 hour and 2 mins- End)
Sorry for not having a Week 7 Preview Podcast, Sean had a major internet outage that made it impossible to do the show. But no worries, we are here to breakdown and discuss everything that occurred in Week 8 of the 2015 NFL Season.
We begin by going over and discussing some of the major points that
occurred in the over-time thriller between the Indianapolis Colts and
the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football (4:00-9:00.) Are the
Carolina Panthers the premier team in the NFC after this
win? And are there more positives than negatives for the Colts after the loss? We discuss this and more.
After that, we get into our full NFL Week 8 Recap (9:00-86:20 or 9:00- 1
hour and 26 mins) by going through every game, discussing questions
about each team that played, who looks good, who looks bad, and we also
delve into the Vernon Davis trade to the Broncos, the benching of Colin
Kapernick, what do the Detroit Lions do and more.
Randy takes everyone through the highlights of College Football Week 9,
including the three of us talking at length about the crazy play at the
end of the Miami vs. Duke game and the decision to suspend all of those
referees. (86:20-95:40 or 1 hour and 26 mins- 1 hour and 35 mins)
Finally, we transition things back to the NFL, for Gary's Top 5 Fantasy
Football Pickups (95:40-98:55 or 1 hour and 35 mins- 1 hour and 38
mins,) the Top 5 Power Rankings (98:55-End or 1 hour and 38 mins-End)
and our Player of the Week.
Sorry we are a day later than normal, but we just had some things happen
that prevented us from doing the show on our normal night. Because of
that, our TNF post-game will be very brief.
We do ask a few questions such as: Were the Saints just ready for that
one? Or did the Falcons just have a bad game? And did the Saints save
Ryan's job? We discuss those things and more.
Then we get into our full preview of NFL Week 6, going over every game
with questions about each team, playing some Over/Under, Fact or
Fiction, and more with the match-ups. We also make predictions for each
game as well. We also talk about the Johnny Manziel arrest story in
here as well.
Since we are coming out on Saturday morning now, we are basically just
going to very quickly go through our College Football picks and that's it.
The show ends with "what to watch this week."
We start things by talking about the Monday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Diego Chargers.
After this last second win by the Steelers are they feeling confident
moving forward? And how crushing of a loss was this for the Chargers at
home? We ponder those questions and more.
After that, we go full bore into our NFL Week 5 Recap, as we cover every
game, discuss some big questions about each team that played, and who
were some of the standout performers of
the weekend, and also which one of the undefeated teams has the biggest possibility of losing in Week 6.
Randy takes us through some of the big games and storylines happening in
College Football, including Steve Spurrier retiring, Will Grier being
suspend from the Florida Gators, and Steve Sarkisian fired by USC a day
after he was put on a leave of absence.
Then we end things with our Top 5 Power Rankings and Player of the Week.
Today, we begin discussing some of the big talking points from the
Thursday Night Football game between the Indianapolis Colts and Houston
After another big win without their star QB, can the return of Andrew
Luck put the Colts back in the saddle and play big against the Patriots?
Does Brian Hoyer deserve to be the permanent starter now? And how much
of this loss was on the Houston Defense? We discuss and more.
Then we move onto our NFL Week 5 Preview, where we play games like
fact or fiction,
over/under, what's more likely and more? We also give predictions for
each game and breakdown the match-ups as well.
Finally, we go through the big games in the College Football schedule
and then end things on our "What to Watch this weekend" segment.
We begin today going over what happened in the Monday Night Football
game between the Detroit Lions and the Seattle Seahawks. Was this game
more of a failure on the Lions? Or was Seattle's defense just too good
and came up with the big plays when necessary? We discuss that, as well
as, the big coaching change made by the Dolphins in replacing Joe
Philbin with interim coach Dan Campbell.
Then we move things along to our NFL Week 4 Recap, as we go through each game that happened on Sunday
and ask our questions
about each team, who performed the best, who performed the worst, and
look ahead to some interesting things to look forward to in Week 5.
Randy takes us through the big happenings in College Football Week 5 and
we end things with our Top 5 Power Rankings and our MVP of the Week as
On a side note, the guys did their first broadcast on Rabble.TV on
Sunday morning, as Sean, Gary, and Randy did play-by-play, analysis, and
pre and post-game for the NY Jets vs. Dolphins game. You can listen to
that here (https://www.rabble.tv/user/w2mnetwork/profile), and be sure to check that profile for our next game too.
We start things today with a breakdown of the Thursday Night Football
Game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. We are joined
by a fan of each team, in Mike Mitchell for the Steelers and Robert
Hagan for the Ravens. We ask them how well do they think the Steelers
will play going forward with Michael Vick? Can the Ravens make the
playoffs after the big win? And a whole lot more.
After that, we go through all of the games happening on Sunday with our NFL Week 4 Preview,
including the first
London, England game of the season between the NY Jets and Miami
We will also be broadcasting that game live on Rabble.TV (you can
either go to the website or download the app on your IOS or Android
device.) Search "W2M Network" and you can find the game. It will have the "Football 2 Futbol Logo on it."
We then end our
NFL Week 4 Preview with discussion on what could happen in the Monday
Night Football game between the Seahawks and Lions.
In between all that, we make predictions for each game, play games such
as "Fact of Fiction, Over/Under, True or False," and more. It all
turns out to be a thorough overview when it is all said and done.
Randy then takes everyone through the big games happening in College
Football Week 5 and the show ends on the "what to watch for" segment.
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