In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL Divisional round matchups. He also breaks down why the Titans aren’t going away, how Kansas City’s collapse was so predictable, and wonders if Atlanta can be this year’s Cinderella. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL Wild Card weekend matchups. He also breaks down the Patriots drama, explains why he thinks Marvin Lewis got a contract extension, and wonders why Hue Jackson is still employed as the coach of the Cleveland Browns. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL regular season's Week 13 matchups. He also breaks down the crowded NFC Playoff Picture, ponders if the Falcons are finally who we thought they were, and can’t resist ranting about the benching of Eli Manning. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL regular season's Week 11 matchups. He also breaks down the Saints running game, discusses the race for the #1 pick, and wonders if Pittsburgh has finally figured it out. Enjoy the show and join us next Saturday afternoon for the following episode!
#CrossingTheLine is back with Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) as they discuss the the importance of sports today in a world of turmoil. The guys give their Buy, Sell, or Bench picks for #FantasyFootball now that the season is past the midway point. You will be VERY suprised at some of the names on the list! Quick Fire Question election theme, find out what policy changes the guys would make to the major sports in the USA. Finally and a What's On Tap preview of what is to come during the next week in sports.
We continue with the NFC on Football 2 the MAX. This week, it is all
about the NFC South. All four teams in this division are represented by
Last Word on Sports Writers, which is a honorary first for us. Will
Cotchery, Garrett Readling, Justin Halper and Dalton Tompkins help us
cover the New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, and
Tampa Bay Buccaneers respectively.
Each person on the panel gives their full standings for the NFC South and overall records for each team. We also
do the same and give a final wrap-up on the division too. So, be sure to join us for this NFC South Division 2016 Preview.
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(9:15-40:15 Includes interview and our analysis) New Orleans Saints
(40:15- 1:01:30 Includes interview and our analysis) Carolina Panthers
(1:01:30-1:23:20 Includes interview and our analysis) Atlanta Falcons
(1:23:20-End Includes interview and our analysis, plus final standings for division)
Well, it has finally happened, Robert Griffin III has signed with a NFL
team and we will discuss that right here. Will he actually be the
starter? Or will the Browns still draft a QB? We try to do our best to
figure that one out.
We do continue our NFL Off-Season Analysis series on the NFC North, by
having interviews with Last Word on Sports Writer Ryan Timmerman talk
Green Bay Packers and Jack Coleman let's us know what's going on with
the Detroit Lions.
We also discuss the Nick
Fairley to the Saints,
Courtney Upshaw to the Falcons, L.A. Rams being the Hard Knocks team,
The Touchback Rule and Automatic Ejection Rule passing, Rueben Randle to
the Eagles, Nate Washington to the Patriots and more.
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(4:37-38:23) NFL News: RG3 to the Browns, Nick Fairley to the Saints,
Courtney Upshaw to the Falcons, NFL Rule Changes, and More.
(38:23-1:03:11 Includes Interview) Green Bay Packers
(1:03:11-End Includes Interview) Detroit Lions
NFL Free Agency continues to roll along and we keep on discussing the moves and signings that have come out of that.
We also keep going with our 2016 NFL Off-Season Analysis as well, ending
our look at the NFC South. Last Word on Sports NFL Writer Will Cotchery
tells us everything about the New Orleans Saints, while Tre Reed talks
about the Atlanta Falcons with us.
We also discuss the proposed rule changes for the 2016 season and a few other things as well.
(3:30-31:30) 2016 Proposed Rule Changes & Free Agency News
(31:30-1:00:20) includes interview) New Orleans Saints
(1:00:20-End includes intervew) Atlanta Falcons
We kick things off tonight by discussing all of the coaching changes and
decisions by teams, including the surprise firing of Lovie Smith, Tom
Coughlin stepping down, Sean Payton staying in New Orleans and more.
Then we transition to going game by game and doing a NFL Wildcard
Weekend Preview, discussing each game, going over strengths and
weaknesses of each team and also giving out predictions for them as
well. We also go ahead and give predictions for the rest of the NFL
Playoffs here as
Finally, we spend a little time talking about the National Championship Game that happens on Monday night.
We kick things off with a short post-game for the Monday Night Football
shootout between the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints (6:00-17:10.)
Even though it didn't matter for playoff contention, there are questions
facing the coaching staffs for both teams. We try to answer those as
well as discuss some key points about the game as well.
After that, we get into the main portion of our program with our NFL
Week 15 Recap (17:10-1:18:44) where we discuss all the games, breakdown
to the win and the
loss, answer questions about the teams that matter, and look at some
other things too. Don't miss our NFL Week 15 Recap.
Randy goes through the College Bowl games that have happened to this
point and we make predictions from the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl until
the GoDaddy.com Bowl (1:18:44-1:25:07) and leave the rest for our NFL
Week 16 Preview podcast on Thursday morning.
Finally we end things with a look at our NFL Pick'em standings, Gary's
Top 5 Fantasy Football pickups for the Championship games, our Top 5
Power Rankings, and our Player of the Week (1:25:07-End)