The boys are back with their first episode of Any Given Monday for the 2018 NFL season! In this episode Nads and Dunc review all the big news from week 1 of the NFL season, discussing Kareem Hunt’s monster game, Beast Mode’s return to the gridiron, Carson Wentz’s step to the next level and a whole lot more, covering EVERY SINGLE GAME that happened in week 1!
The Slam Dunc for this week is one not to be missed. After all, you know it’s a goodie when Dunc is roasting his own Colts franchise!
A new segment to the show is presented this week, where Nads and Dunc provide their ‘picks’ for next week.
Our final QB rankings are not apart of this week’s show, we will provide a special edition podcast specifically for those final rankings in the near future.
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Frontier (feat. Jasmina Lin & Jay Christopher) by Krale
Northern Lights by Blazars
Safe and Sound by Different Heaven
Firefly by Jim Yosef
Fall to Light by Laszlo
Blank by Disfigure
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The predictions continue on this week, as we are joined by Jimmy
Christopher and Eric Hughes to discuss all things Tennessee Titans and
Indianapolis Colts. Then a pair of Last Word on Sports writers, Jarred
Long and William Frost, help us out with the Houston Texans and
Jacksonville Jaguars as well in this AFC South Division 2016 Preview
They discuss their thoughts on how the teams will do in the upcoming NFL
season, give out their final division standings and overall records for
too. Finally, we give
our standings and overall records to close out the show. So, don’t miss
this AFC South Division 2016 Preview.
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(4:30-22:50) (Includes interview and our analysis) Tennessee Titans
(22:50-47:00) (Includes interview and our analysis) Houston Texans
(47:00-1:18:30) (Includes interview and our analysis)
(1:18:30-End) (Includes interview and our analysis) Jacksonville Jaguars
We are starting to hit that lull in the off-season, where not a whole
lot is really happening. There is some news to talk about though and we
cover as much as we can of it.
Zach Mettenberger has been released by the Titans, we discuss if he has
any potential landing spots, there’s some injury news, as Shaq Lawson
has to have shoulder surgery and may not be ready to start the season,
Sammy Watkins also has a broken bone in his foot as well. The Atlanta
Falcons made some waves with their
possibly cheaply priced concessions, Jason Jones signs with the Dolphins and Anquan Boldin could go to the Titans.
We also keep things going with our burning questions on some NFL teams. What questions do we ask? Tune in to find out.
Due to Sean's trip to Texas for Wrestlemania and other things, unfortunately, we were unable to do a podcast until today.
Well, at least we picked a great day to make our return as the NFL 2016
Regular Season Schedule Released and we discuss our teams, the tasty
national match-ups and other things that may have caught our eye about
We are almost at the end of our Off-Season Analysis, as we look at the
NFC West with Sean-Louis Philipsen talking all things Seattle Seahawks
and Chet Yoder from 103.7 "The Game" in Louisiana giving us the lowdown on the San Francisco 49ers.
We also talk the sad passing of Will Smith, the crazy Rams and Titans
trade, Josh Gordon failing his drug test, and a few other things in the
news as well.
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(3:40-36:08) NFL News: Josh Gordon fails drug test, Rams and Titans
trade for # 1 Pick in NFL Draft, the passing of Will Smith and more.
(36:08-52:00) NFL 2016 Schedule Release
(52:00-1:20:50 Includes Interview) San Francisco 49ers
(1:20:50-End Includes Interview) Seattle Seahawks
Well, the first couple of days of Free Agency have certainly lived up to
the hype. Many players changed teams and there are some that stayed
with their teams. We discuss as much of those as we possibly can in this
edition of the podcast.
We also continue on our 2016 NFL Off-Season Analysis series by ending
our look at the AFC with the two teams at the bottom of the AFC South.
Jimmy Christopher let's us in on what's happening with the Tennessee
Titans and we also cover the
Jacksonville Jaguars as well.
So, a jampacked show full of stuff to talk about. This should certainly be a good one.
(2:40-36:55) All the moves that have happened in Free Agency so far.
(36:55-59:20 Includes Interview) Tennessee Titans
(59:20-End Includes Interview) Jacksonville Jaguars
We kick things off today by doing a NFL Divisional Round Recap of the
four games played over the weekend. We discuss the keys to the win and
the loss, any concerns we have for the four remaining teams, and look
ahead to the Championship Games as well.
We do weave in discussions on the Doug Pederson hire by the Philadelphia
Eagles and the Tennessee Titans retaining Mike Mularkey as well.
We then finish things out by having a discussion about Cam Newton throwing away the 12th man flag, and if
the NFL needs more players like Cam that have fun and celebrate more.
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(3:05-1:08:57) NFL Divisional Round Recap, Doug Pederson & Mike Mularkey, Concerns for remaining teams
(1:08:57-End) Discussion about Cam Newton throwing away the Seahawks
12th Man Flag, and if the NFL needs more players like how Cam Newton is
on and off the field.
We kick things off with a short post-game for the Monday Night Football shootout between the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins (6:05-18:45.) Have the Giants finally found their groove? Is the Miami Dolphins defense overrated? And what now for the Dolphins now that they are done in the playoffs race.
Then we get into the main portion of the program with our NFL Week 14 Recap (18:45-2:06:00,) where we discuss what led to the win, what led to the loss for each game, analyze some tough decisions, and answer questions about the teams that matter. Plus another look at the crazy NFL playoff race in both conferences too. (We do have a call-in during the middle of this that calls to talk about his Buffalo Bills from 58:45-1:14:30. So that's why the Recap portion went a little longer than normal.)
Finally, we end things with a preview for the Thursday Night Football game between the Tampa Bay Bucs and the St. Louis Rams (2:06:00-2:12:50.)
Gary has his Fantasy Football Playoff waiver wire pickups and we have our Top 5 Power Rankings and the Player of the Week as well. (2:12:50-End)
We kick things off today with a short post-game on the Thursday Night
Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions
(2:00-10:05.) Did that hail mary catch save the Packers season? Will
this be a loss that haunts the Lions the rest of the way? We discuss
those things and more.
After that, we get into the main portion of the show with our NFL Week
13 Preview (10:05-1:12:45.) We go game by game asking questions about
each team, playing some games, and also answering some
tough fantasy questions as well, while also making predictions on each game too.
We finish things out by making predictions on the huge College Football
Conference Championship games (1:12:45-End) happening on Saturday as
We kick things off today with a short post-game on the Baltimore Ravens
vs. Cleveland Browns Monday Night Football game (5:45-20:20.) The game
was a close one up to the final play and the Browns even had to bring in
Austin Davis to replace Josh McCown. Should the Browns just use these
final games to evaluate Austin Davis instead of even thinking about
Johnny Manziel? Who should Baltimore Ravens fans and coaches be looking
at as nice pieces for next season? We discuss these things and more.
Then we get into the main portion of our program with our NFL Week 12
Recap (20:20-1:35:35.) Where we go game by game discussing the keys to
the wins and losses. We also ask questions about all the teams that
played and take a look at the muddy playoff picture in both conferences.
Who could be those wildcard teams at the end of the season? We try to
figure out that out and more.
Randy takes us through the final proper week of the College Football
(1:35:35-1:41:50) season and we take an early look at some of the
Conference Championship games too.
We finish things out with Gary's Fantasy Football pickups for Week 13,
our Top 5 Power Rankings, and our Player of the Week as well
We kick things off by doing a recap of the three NFL on Thanksgiving Day games (3:55-23:10) that occurred and wonder if anyone left on the Carolina Panthers schedule is going to beat them.
Then we get into the main part of the podcast for our NFL Week 12 Preview where we ask questions about each team, and of course make predictions on each game as well. This went from (23:10-1:28:38, around the 1:13:00 mark we had a listener call-in to the show, which took the segment to the time listed. He talked to us about his Philadelphia Eagles for a bit and we also discussed the Johnny Manziel benching situation there.)
Coming into Week 12, 23 out of 32 teams are either at 500 or below it. Obviously, there are week's left to play in the season, but this can't be what the NFL wants can it? So, we discuss the NFL's parody and if it really is as good as it is perceived to be. (1:28:38-1:35:25)
We finish things out by giving our predictions on the big College Football games that happened on Saturday (1:35:25-End)