On this week's episode, It's all about the NFL. From Antonio Brown having an absolute meltdown in Oakland, to Julio Jones getting paid, it is the first week in the 100th season of the NFL.
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On this week’s episode, the Antonio Brown injury takes a turn for the worse, the Mets and Yankees just keep on winning, and Max Kellerman said something about Kobe Bryant that is just plain ridiculous.
On this week's episode, I'm recapping Michael Thomas's record setting contract extension, an epic MLB Trade Deadline, Melo's interview with Stephen A., and one fan did something so special, he was able to sign a professional contract. Hope you enjoy. Don't forget to subscribe to this show and Glorious House of Gainz, wherever you listen to podcasts.
On this week’s episode, I’m catching you up on all things NFL training camp, including hold outs, contract extensions, and even a few suspensions. The Chicago White Sox became the first team to extend the netting past the dugouts, as more and more fans, notably children, have been seriously injured from foul balls.
On this week's episode, I'm discussing the NFL's decision to NOT suspend or fine Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill. In other news, Yankees Manager Aaron Boone went on a profanity laced tirade against rookie umpire Brennan Miller, and Tiger and Phil do something at a Major that they've never done before.
On this week's episode, the USWNT wins their second straight World Cup Title, UFC 239 doesn't disappoint, the 2019 Home Run Derby was one for the ages, the NBA offseason has been absolutely historic, and you'll have to hear what happened in Anaheim last night to actually believe it.
On this week’s episode, I’m dishing on all things NBA draft. Also, wait until you hear this bizarre story about a clown named Sprinkles, who helped Lenny Dykstra dumpster dive for his $80,000 dentures.
On this week's episode, the Raptors are 2019 NBA Champs, the Saint Louis Blues are Stanley Cup Champs, Nadal wins another French Open Title, the USWNT beats Thailand 13-0, and can Phil Mickelson win that elusive U.S. Open Championship?
On this week's episode, I'm recapping games 2 and 3 of the NBA finals, as well as previewing game 4. In other news, a couple of free agent pitchers are finally off the market. I'm talking French Open Tennis, the Women's World Cup, and much more.
On this week's episode, I will recap the Warriors dominant sweep of Portland, which team is going to represent the East between the Raptors and Bucks, and whether either team even has a chance against Golden State. Also featured on this episode is: The PGA Championship, Preakness, Mets, Yankees, and Stanley Cup Finals preview.
On this week's episode, I discuss the absurdity that is the New York Jets. Just when you think the Giants are the laughingstock of New York, the Jets go and do something so Jet like. I'm also talking NBA Playoffs, PGA Championship, etc. Don't forget to hit that subscribe button wherever you listen. Enjoy the show!
From the sham that was the Kentucky Derby, to the Kevin Durant injury, to Steve Kerr after dark. I'm chronicling it all right here, and right now. *Correction: The Preakness will be played in Baltimore. The Haskell at Monmouth.
On this week's episode, I will break down the NFL Draft, bring you up to speed on the NBA playoffs, and catch you up on the biggest talking points going on in baseball. I'm also dishing all the expert advice you need to win big on tomorrow's Kentucky Derby.
On this week's episode, it's all about the Masters. Golf's first Major tournament of the year is sure to be an epic one. Will Tiger emerge as a serious contender? Can Phil rally for the win? Or maybe it will be someone we don't even see coming. Either way, by the end of Sunday someone will be crowned Masters Champion and will earn the coveted green jacket.
On this week's episode, I'm diving into the first week of the MLB season. Which teams are off to a hot start and which teams should be hitting the panic button? From Bryce Harper's debut in Philly, to Christian Yelich's sizzling start in Milwaukee, this is the place to hear it all. In the NBA, Joel Embiid got into yet another on-court fight, and Russell Westbrook did something magical. Don't forget the final four is on the this weekend, culminating with the National Championship game on Monday. Finally, an article was released this week which details the sordid relationship between Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers. I'll give you the Sparknotes version with an assist from Greg Jennings. Enjoy!
On this weeks episode, baseball is back. I’ll give you my winners and losers from opening day. In the hoops world, the Sweet 16 marches on. We are nearing the end of the NCAA tournament. Is your bracket busted? Don’t forget the NBA and NFL. Catch it all right here.
On this week's episode, I'm recapping a crazy start to the new NFL league year. From Antonio Brown being traded to the Raiders, to Odell Beckham Jr. being traded to the Browns, to Le'Veon Bell signing with Jets. If it happened, I'm sure going to be talking about it. Unless you've been living under a rock, it's March Madness season. Find out which teams are already in and which will punch their tickets Sunday night.
On this week's episode, as the NBA season winds down I've got you covered on everything you need to get caught up. From a pair of players breaking Michael Jordan's records, to a 4 O.T. game, a lot has happened in the past week. The college basketball world has been rocked by an FBI probe into a pay for play recruiting scandal which finds one coach in extremely hot water. As the start of the NFL league year is just days away, find out which players are on the move, getting paid, or getting their walking papers. And finally, what was that about MLB experimenting with robot umpires? Stay tuned to find out.
On this week's episode, Robert Kraft has been arrested on charges of soliciting prostitution, the San Diego Padres get their $300 million man, fans paid Super Bowl money to watch Zion Williamson explode through his sneaker 36 seconds into the Duke/UNC game, and the second half of the NBA season starts now!
On this week’s episode, it took 10 days, but Roger Goodell has finally broken his silence on the missed call in the NFC Championship game. Anthony Davis has requested a trade. Kristaps Porzingis met with Knicks ownership, voiced his frustration with the direction the team is going, and hours later was traded. A week that is supposed to be all about the Super Bowl, has instead become all about the NBA.
On this week's episode, Mariano Rivera became the first player to ever be unanimously selected into the baseball HOF. The Saints were robbed on a no-call pass interference that cost them a shot at the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is headed to his 9th career Super Bowl, and James Harden is a machine unlike anything we've seen before.
On this week's episode, Adam Gase becomes an internet meme, even if he doesn't know what that means. Also, the top 4 scoring offenses will face off in the Conference Championship games for the first time in the Super Bowl era.
On this week's episode, I'm diving into the NFL playoffs. Last week I picked all four games correctly and won a ton of money. This week I'm back with my pick for the Divisional games. If you want to join me in winning some nice cold hard cash, this is the episode you don't want to miss.
On this week's episode, James Harden is putting on a show like we've never seen before. Sit back, relax, and enjoy it. Antonio Brown stirred more drama over the past week than most guys do in a lifetime. Tune in to find out exactly what exactly is going on. Finally, one team lost for the first time in four years. Be sure to subscribe not only to this show, but to the Glorious House of Gainz, (now a top 200 overall show) as well.
On this week's episode, 3 Clemson players test positive for banned substance, Dodgers make huge move, LeBron strains groin on Christmas, and the final week of the NFL regular season concludes on Sunday.
On this week’s episode, just when you thought things were becoming clear in the NFL, week 15 proved otherwise. Find out how Greece, Dubai, and Mumbai fit into some of this week's weirdest sports stories. Oh, and Stephen A. Smith has a message for you. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
On this week's episode, the Miami Dolphins pulled off a miracle on the final play to beat the Patriots. In other news, a couple of NBA records were broken, a few upsets took place in college basketball, and George Kittle had 210 receiving yards, only to be outdone by Amari Cooper who had 217.
On this week's episode, the CFP field has been set, free agency and trades are running rampant in the MLB, Week 14 in the NFL is off to the races thanks to a 99 yard TD run, and Markelle Fultz has been diagnosed with TOS. Plus, one NBA player gets himself ejected in three minutes.
On this week’s episode, I’m diving into the College Football Playoff. The season is winding down and a trip to the National Championship is on the line. Who are the real contenders and who’s just not cutting it? In other news, the Bears, Cowboys, and Saints each had statement wins on Thanksgiving day.
On this week's episode, college basketball is back. Duke looks like the best team in the nation, and it's not even close. Alabama continues its dominance in the college football ranks. Undefeated no more: the Rams fell to the Saints in the best game of the season.
On this week's episode, the Red Sox win the World Series, the first official College Football Playoff standings were released, Klay Thompson set an NBA record for 3-pointers in a game with 14, and Brady vs. Rodgers on SNF. What more can you ask for? Enjoy your sports weekend, everyone!
On this week's episode, I'm discussing the Rajon Rondo Chris Paul fight that ensued on Saturday night. The Red Sox are up 2 games to none against the Dodgers in the World Series, and Steph Curry erupted for 51 points in just 3 quarters.
On this week's episode, the Red Sox are headed to the World Series, Brady is not yet ready to hand the reigns over to the young generation of QB's, another big week for CFB, and of course, game 7 of the NLCS between the Dodgers and Brewers.
On this week's episode, Tom Brady threw his 500th career TD. The MLB playoff teams have been decided, the wild card games have been played and October baseball is well underway. Enjoy another action packed weekend of sports.
It had been 635 days since the Browns last won. You have to go all the way back to Dec. 24, 2016 when the Browns defeated the Chargers. That is, until last night when Baker Mayfield entered the game for an injured Tyrod Taylor and overcame a 14-0 deficit to lead the Browns to victory over the New York Jets.
On this week's episode, I'm discussing the Jets shockingly dominant performance on MNF. Sam Darnold became the youngest QB to start in week 1 since the 1970 merger. I am covering all the biggest headlines from week 1 and previewing every week 2 game, including the Pats vs. Jags, in what should be the best game of the week. As always, please comment and leave a 5-star review. It is much appreciated. Enjoy the show, and have a nice weekend.
On this week's episode, I'm covering the NFL. Football is back! The season kicked off last night with a dreadful game between the reigning SB champion Eagles, facing off against 2016 MVP Matt Ryan (aka Matty Ice) and the Hotlanta Falcons. I react to that game and preview every other week 1 matchup. Stay tuned and enjoy!
On this week's episode, I will be discussing the Jets/Giants preseason game, better known as the Snoopy Bow, I'm covering the Urban Meyer 3 game suspension that was handed down, and Phil vs. Tiger in Vegas for $9M? Catch all that and much, much more on today's episode.
On this week’s episode I will be dissecting the biggest stories from week 1 of the preseason. Sam Darnold took the field tonight for his debut as a Jet and I will break down his performance. After getting swept by the Red Sox, do the Yankees have any hope of winning the division? Tune in for all this and much more. Also, thanks to Anchor, if you enjoy the podcast you can now donate to the show. It’s not a requirement by any means, but even if it’s a dollar it will go a long way in helping me keep the show alive. Anyone that donates will get a free shoutout. Every little bit helps.
On this week's episode, I'm covering every major headline in sports rom the MLB trade deadline on Tuesday, to the Yanks/Red Sox battle in Fenway, plus the shocking news that has Urban Meyer on the hot seat. If there's one episode you don't want to miss, it's this one. As always, please subscribe to the show, leave a little feedback, and a 5-star rating. I truly do appreciate it. Enjoy your weekend, but more importantly, enjoy your sports!
On this week's episode, I'm diving into the Aaron Judge injury and what this means for the Yanks playoff chances. I've also got you covered on every trade happening in baseball as we approach the Tuesday 4 PM trade deadline. The Kevin Durant vs. CJ McCollum argument was a little heated. Find out my thoughts and much more, enjoy!
On this week's episode, I'm covering the Manny Machado, Kawhi Leonard, and Carmelo Anthony trades. All that and much more. If you enjoy the show please leave a 5-star review and comment on iTunes. Enjoy!
On this week's episode, I'm covering the longest semifinal match in Wimbledon history, the World Cup final, the MLB All-Star game and Home Run Derby, as well as, NBA free agency.
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On this week's episode, I discuss the NBA draft, more World Cup action, and the breaking news on Jameis Winston facing a 3 game suspension. I also preview the College World Series Championship and talk about my trip to the Monmouth Park Sports Book. As always enjoy!
On this week's episode, I discuss everything you need to know about the legalization of sports betting, including where and how to place a wager, I've got you covered on all your World Cup needs. I'll cover Tiger Woods and his collapse at the U.S. Open, and I rant about Kawhi Leonard wanting out of San Antonio.
The very first episode of This Week in Sports. On this week's episode, we discuss Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, provide our thoughts on tonight's Warriors/Rockets Game 7, and we preview the NBA finals.