Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen on the Division Series action that was and the Championship Series action that will be. Also, they mull over the increasing length of time it takes to finish one nine inning playoff game.
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL regular season's Week 5 matchups. He also delves into why the Pats are definitely Super Bowl contenders, touches on the Rams improbable start to the season, knocks NFL scheduling, and breaks down the error which might cost Yankees Manager Joe Girardi his future in New York. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
With the 2016 season in the books, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen look back at their favorite moments from the 2016 season. Everything from knockout punches to knockout home runs to knockout pitchers are represented. It's a real knockout.
#CrossingTheLine is back with Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) as they discuss the Cubs World Series win. The guys analysis game seven, the decisions made by the managers and the implications for each team. Jesse and Keith also get into their 2nd quarter/halftime grades for each division in the NFL, declaring who they think is the best division in the NFL, the worst division, and everything in between. Before talking about What’s On Tap for the next week in sports, the guys introduce a new segment called Not Overly Complicated in which they touch on the NCAA, umpires in the MLB, and NFL refs.
This is not a misprint: The Chicago Cubs have won the World Series. In a game seven for the ages, the Cubs win the World Series on two runs in the tenth inning after blowing a four run lead in the late innings. The first six games of the series may not have brought many memorable moments, but the seventh certainly made up for it. Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen look back on the game that Cubs fans will remember for the rest of time. Indians fans will certainly remember it, too, but for entirely different reasons.
Crossing The Line: NFL and World Series Recap. Start of the NBA and NHL Seasons. Plus Just Stop! and the guys go Trick or Treating!
Join Jesse (@5280Jesse) and Keith (@5280Keith) as they are back in action and in the Halloween spirit! Join the guys as they discuss the Broncos' season to this point. Can Siemian lead them to the promised land? Are the #Broncos doomed without CJ Anderson? Plus, which division is the best in the NFL? The AFC West? The NFC East?! The.... AFC SOUTH??!!! SCARY! Also, the start of the NBA & NHL seasons are finally here. Can either the Colorado Avalanche or the Denver Nuggets be competitive this year? The Cavs dressed up like Superman while the Warriors dressed up as the Joker for Halloween this year! Sprinkled in this episode is some Just Stop! and the guys go Trick or Treating!
Crossing The Line: #NFL Preview, New #JUSTSTOP!, Our “Way Too Early” NBA Predictions and “Fo Sho or Nah Bruh”
Join Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) as they recap the #Broncos' loss to the #Chargers. Was this a telling game for the rest of the season? Are the #Broncos in trouble? Are the #Falcons for real? Plus, the NLDS & ALDS recaps, who's going to make it the furthest? They look ahead to make our predictions on the #WorldSeries. Also, waaay too early NBA season predictions and your favorite segments Just Stop! & "Fo Sho or Nah Bruh?" Time to Cross The line!
After the thrilling conclusion of the NLDS between the Dodgers and Nationals, we are ready to move on to our League Championship Series preview. The Blue Jays and Indians have very little separating them, so which one comes out on top in what is sure to be a hotly contested playoff series? On the National League side, the Cubs are looking to end the long standing curse of the billy goat to win their first pennant since 1945 and the Dodgers are hoping to ride their battered pitching staff to the World Series. Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen give their takes on this round of the playoffs and tell you who should win.
After going over a couple manager related news and notes, Joe Hojnacki and Greg Hessen get down to what really matters, their Division Series preview. After a couple of dramatic Wild Card Games, the ALDS and NLDS are ready to get started. Tune in for Joe and Greg's looks at the series and who they think will win.
Crossing The Line: Remembering the Young and Old, #MLB Playoff Race, #NFL Recaps, Brady vs Belichick, and Buy, Sell, or Bench
Join Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) in a very special podcast as they celebrate their 20th episode of Crossing the Line. The guys kick off the 20th episode somberly as they remember the lives of Jose Fernandez and Arnold “The King” Palmer, who both passed this week, set to the music of Nirvana, which celebrated the 25th anniversary of the release of Nevermind recently and who’s lead singer was also gone too soon. This week, Jesse and Keith are #CrossingTheLine on the MLB playoff race, the G.O.A.T argument in relation to Bill Belichick vs Tom Brady, and introduce a new segment for fantasy football called Buy, Sell, or Bench. The guys also recap Week 3 in the NFL, get into some Good, Bad, Seriously Bruh, and look ahead to the next week in sports.