HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss Stefon Diggs's miracle catch in Minnesota (5:00), the Vikings' destiny potential (15:00), the Falcons' poor play-calling (24:00), Mike Tomlin's miscues (30:00), the league's lack of big-name quarterbacks (40:00), Tom Brady defying age limitations (48:00), Jaguars-Pats (52:00), Vikings-Eagles (58:00), and another edition of "Parent Corner" (1:04:00).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Zach Lowe of ESPN to discuss the angriest NBA fan base (02:00), locks for the Western Conference All-Star starting lineup (04:30), Anthony Davis vs. Karl-Anthony Towns (19:30), the Cavs potentially trading for Boogie Cousins (34:00), their current All-Defense first team (55:45), if the Rockets are legitimate (58:30), the Isaiah Thomas–Paul Pierce drama (01:07:00), and the most bizarre story in the NBA (01:11:15).
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by New York radio legend Mike Francesa to recap last week’s picks (2:35), give their picks for the NFL's divisional round (4:45), discuss NBA coaches’ issues with coverage of LaVar Ball (34:50), and debate who the Red Sox should acquire in the offseason (45:15). Then Kathy Carter, president of Soccer United Marketing, joins to discuss her campaign to become the next U.S. Soccer president and the next step for American soccer as a whole (49:35).
The Ringer's Chris Ryan and Justin Verrier are joined by Haley O’Shaughnessy and Jason Concepcion to react to the London 76ers-Celtics game (2:18), then they ask some "What if..." questions about the NBA in general (18:35), before speculating on the future of the Golden State Warriors (28:50).
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Kevin O’Connor review the various altercations in and around the Rockets-Clippers game (1:13), answer fan questions regarding the aforementioned incident (17:56), and analyze the Cleveland Cavaliers’ issues, as were on display against the Warriors (24:15).
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and John Gonzalez check in on the state of the NBA through the first half of the season (0:34), preview Chris Paul's return to play the surging Los Angeles Clippers (15:20), laud the NBA’s efforts regarding social activism (26:15), review some quirky stories coming out of last week (35:52), and look forward to this week’s slate of games (39:34)
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by The Ringer's very own Sean Fennessey and Chris Ryan to discuss Bill's top 10 movies of 2017.
On this episode, the Duclair to Chicago trade (00:00), the NHL-less Team Canada roster (13:00), Rob Vollamn of ESPN on his article "The Case for Trading Auston Matthews (22:30), the Leafs had a tough loss last night (37:00), Oilers blogger Matt Henderson on the drama in Edmonton (1:00:00), the press conference; a message from Egypt, a Reimer Tweet, and life advice from Adam & Steve (1:26:00). Originally aired: January 11, 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/WpjgSzxTJaA Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
On this episode, Paul Martin has been waived (00:00), NHL parity / non-guaranteed contracts (16:00), Cogliano's 2 game suspension (29:00), the New York Rangers (39:00), the Senators are waiting on a deal (55:00), "iPhone's are the greatest phones ever made, I LOVE Apple" - Steve Dangle (1:01:00), the Leafs second half (1:14:00), the Press Conference: Morgan for Norris, a hypothetical trade, & the Steelers (1:44:00). Originally aired: January 15, 2018 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/BhokYXLAbVU Follow us on Twitter: @Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram: @SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Subscribe to us on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/steve-dangle-podcast/id669828195?mt=2
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John Barchard and James Seltzer recap the nail biting win over the Falcons! Doug Pederson coached his butt off, the defense was outstanding all night long and Nick Foles put together a really good 2nd half. We break it all down and take a peek at the possible matchups from Vikings/Saints on Ep. 293.
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss the up-and-down wild-card weekend (5:00), the Falcons' big upset (10:00), Blake Bortles's unmatched badness (14:00), Cam Newton's comeback effort (18:00), Jon Gruden's goodbye (24:00), Titans-Pats (29:00), Falcons-Eagles (35:00), Jaguars-Steelers (39:00), Saints-Vikings (42:00), House's defense of taking the Chiefs moneyline (46:30), and another edition of "Parent Corner" (1:01:00).
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy and Vanessa Ryle are back with a new Podcast. Kevin gives us all the big talking points from the Willie Mullins Open Day with the latest on his leading horses. We review the weekend's Racing, discuss the Irish Trainers Championship battle between Elliot and Mullins and of course Emmet and Kevin chat about TV. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast's, SoundCloud, Podcast Republic, Google Play and Android Podcast apps. If you're listening on an Apple device, we'd really appreciate a Five Star Rating on Apple Podcast's to help spread the word about the show. Song: The Cranberries - Zombie www.attheraces.com/finalfurlongpodcast Download on iTunes itunes.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-f…id601526577?mt=2
Bud and Ingram discuss the beginning of the final recruiting push before National Signing Day, break down some of Harlon Barnett’s scheme, discuss a new, you Offensive Coordinator candidate, and more. Brought to you by Louisiana Hot Sauce Resolution Home Loans and Madison Social Rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Twitter @Nolecast E-mail us at [email protected]
The boys are back in town from Portland and Nashville, recovering from flu's, to talk trips to gay bars, public boners, Bryan's wooden feet and spinoff comeback, Brendan's love of the 90's, Jaleel White's whereabouts, Mark Wahlberg/Michelle Williams drama, UFC Stephens vs Choi recap and much more.
The Ringer's Juliet Litman and Chris Ryan marvel at the NBA fights of late, and offer theories to explain the recent rise in incidents (1:05). Next, they examine the Isaiah Thomas video tribute debacle (11:20) and Clippers-Cavs trade rumors (19:10). Then, they congratulate Jayson Tatum on his new child (21:05), wonder whether the Baby Lakers are friends (22:55), and examine Chris Paul's California real estate ventures (24:20).
Theo Von joins Brendan as co-host for today's TFATK. The guys talk conversation word limits, creatine, shootin' tater tots, nerves vs excitement, armless bullies, sex addiction, H&M controversy, mystery bones in a ditch and much more.
A seven-goal thriller full of fantastic football and moments of sublime skill executed at blistering speed. And no mind-games, insults or bad feeling - just mutual respect and appreciation. Has Liverpool v Manchester City emerged as the Clasico of the Premier League? Jurgen Klopp's team aren't contenders to win the Premier League but they showed the rest of the league that when it comes to playing City, who dares might just win. Meanwhile Paul Lambert has taken over at Stoke City, meaning that Martin O'Neill is set to carry on with Ireland a while longer. We discuss Der Spiegel's latest eye-watering report on Lionel Messi's financial affairs. Dion Fanning joins us to analyse what's happening with O'Neill and look back on that classic at Anfield. And Sid Lowe explains what is going wrong at Real Madrid.
The Ringer’s Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor discuss the recent Jimmy Butler–led Minnesota Timberwolves surge (0:58), speculate about the Phoenix Suns’ future with Devin Booker at the helm (18:33), and debate the change in the role of 3-pointers (31:09). Then, they analyze how the San Antonio Spurs have managed to thrive in the absence of key players (37:31), wonder if DeMarcus Cousins should be shooting 3s (46:01), and evaluate the likelihoods of recent trade rumors (48:23).