#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.
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.
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!
Sean, Gary, and Randy discuss at length the Bills and Jets TNF game.
Then they preview and give predictions on the rest of the slate of games
for Sunday and Monday to come.
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)
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
The craziness of free agency has calmed down, but we are still rolling along with our 2016 NFL Off-Season Analysis series.
We have Last Word on Sports writer Dalton Tompkins discussing everything
about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Robert Cooper talking about the
We also go through some more NFL Free Agency signings, if Mark Sanchez
could really start for the Denver Broncos, Martavais Bryant's one year
suspension, Dak Prescott's DUI and how it affects his draft
status, and a lot more.
Plus we give you our 2016 NCAA March Madness brackets in the last 15 minutes of the podcast as well.
(3:45-23:20) More NFL Free Agency Talk, Martavais Bryant suspension, Mark Sanchez could he actually start at QB?
(23:20- 45:50 Includes interview) Tampa Bay Bucs
(45:50- 1:15:00 Includes interview) Carolina Panthers
(1:15:00-End) NCAA Tournament Bracket Predictions
This is a pretty simple show, we discuss and breakdown what happened in
the NFL Championship Sunday games and talk a few NFL news and notes.
In our NFL Championship Sunday Recap, we discuss why the Carolina
Panthers are Super Bowl bound and if anyone is going to stop them. We
also talk about where the Arizona Cardinals should place blame for the
Then we talk about the AFC Championship game and how great of a
defensive job the Denver Broncos did on Tom Brady and the New England
offense. Did Peyton
Manning do enough to convince you he could do well in the Super Bowl?
And did Bill Belichick take one too many chances.
We discuss a few NFL notes and then call it day.
We kick things off today, with a short post-game discussing the College
Football National Championship game, which Alabama won 45-40 over the
Clemson Tigers. We discuss why Alabama won and why Clemson lost and also
discuss where this puts Nick Saban in the annals of coaching.
We move on to breakdown what happened over the weekend in the National
Football League, with our NFL Wildcard Weekend Recap. We discuss each
game, talk about what stood out to us about each of the winning teams,
the controversies, and what to expect coming up in the Divisional Round.
Finally, we end things by discussing some more coaching changes and the latest NFL news.
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.