In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic breaks down each division in the AFC. He also dives into how all the pressure in Cleveland is on Head Coach Freddie Kitchens, wonders why the Titans never put together a talented receiving corps for Marcus Mariota, and weighs in on if Josh Rosen will be on a third team, this time next year. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan are back talking MLS Rivalry Week and the playoff race. First we go through all the bubble teams in MLS and do DEFCON ratings, taking a look at the standings and the fixtures.
Then we do a full weekend preview of MLS Rivalry Week in Pick 'Ems.
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic breaks down each division in the NFC. He also dives into why picking the NFC East is tricky, gives his take on why the Green Bay Packers could end the season in last place, and praises the Bears “budget baller” offense. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan are burning the midnight oil. We discuss the firings of Mike Petke and Wilmer Cabrera. With Los Angeles FC in position to clinch the playoffs this weekend, we discuss their season, Supporter's Shield almost in hand and all.
Then the boys discuss the Champeones Cup, Inter Miami, MLS to St. Louis, and do Weekend Pick 'Ems.
What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan are back for a podcast as the MLS secondary transfer window closes.
The guys recap the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Semifinals and take a look at what an Atlanta United FC vs Minnesota United FC final looks like. We get somber and philosophical discussing Alejandro Bedoya's comments on gun violence over the weekend.
We then turn to the MLS Secondary Transfer Window, talking fallout with D.C. United, the Los Angeles clubs getting stronger, and more. We finish with Weekend Pick 'Ems including the first ever Hell Is Real derby in MLS.
Chace is gone for the week, however, Trevor Shackles of Hockeybuzz steps in to help out Alex with the podcast. Trevor is a writer who covers the Sens and also has his own podcast. On today's episode, the guys look at the Samuel Girard extension. Talking about the risks and potential provided from both sides.
They also looked at the Nikita Gusev trade and deal for the Devils. Trevor asks why the Knights couldn't have looked elsewhere to move money as he is very high on Gusev. Alex isn't so high but sees the potential there is. Following that, they look at the Andrei Vasilevsky deal and why it could prove risky.
Lastly, the guys talk about the upcoming Ottawa Senators season and what is in store. What rookies may make it, what the roster looks like, and who is trade bait for the upcoming season. All of this and more, on the MnM Hockey Podcast!
What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan have some topics they're burning up about. We start by talking about the MLS All-Star Game and week. The guys get frank on the antics of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the line the league is walking in how it disciplines him. And we do the same regarding the Mike Petke suspension.
We give some much deserved air time to the rising New York City FC and Portland Timbers. In the Round Table we discuss Atlanta United and LAFC news. Then we've got a full slate of MLS Pick 'Ems.
Host Sean Garmer finally is playing games again after a long break and he joins Marc Morrison to talk about all of them. Marc discusses Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Super Mario Maker 2, and Cadence of Hyrule. While Sean dishes early thoughts on Dragon Quest Builders 2 and his fun with Slay the Spire.
In-between talking about those games, they also bring up the MUA 3 Expansion Pass, The best selling games of June 2019, and the two new Nintendo Switch announcements.
After that, they get into some legal issues for Nintendo, as the Switch Joycons have come under fire and now the subject of a class-action lawsuit. Will Nintendo have to fork over some cash for their removable controllers? Or will their sudden change of heart at repairing them for free be enough to save them?
There's also their thoughts on Gamestop's retro store idea, Hideo Kojima believing in a streaming future, and they go deep into Marvel's Phase 4 announcements from San Diego Comic-Con 2019 as well.
The guys are back for another week and recap of everything that has happened. Since so much went on since NHL Free Agency they looked at it on two sides. Alex and Chace already broke down the Eastern Conference and now look to the West.
Starting with the Phil Kessel trade, Chace isn't quite sure what it provides. However, Alex feels he understands where the Coyotes may have been coming from. They also look at the James Neal for Milan Lucic deal. The guys try and figure out what one side was thinking and if Edmonton actually won a "one for one"?
Next, they take a look at a flurry of signings from some Western teams trying to figure out if they were smart or not. Looking at things like possible playoff teams and if a long-term deal makes sense. They talk about the length of the Colton Scissons deal and if it's a smart or unnecessary bet. Finally, they finish things off by talking about if Tyler Myers will be a good addition to his new team. Tune in for all of this and more, with the MnM Hockey Podcast!
What's up Internet? This week on Last Word SC Radio, Matt and Dan give San Jose Earthquakes and New England Revolution some much deserved praise. We talk about the rise in form of the two sides and how they got here. We then talk about the MLS secondary Transfer Window, what teams need to make a move, who could be on the fence, and who's definitely holding firm.
In the Round Table, we've got some rapid fire topics and Weekend National TV Pick 'Ems.