HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss their fantasy football showdown (5:00), Carson Wentz's injury (11:00), Derek Carr's struggles (21:00), the holiday shopping showdown (33:00), Keenan Allen's comeback (39:00), Ravens-Browns (47:00), Winston vs. Mariota (54:00), Raiders-Cowboys (59:00), and another edition of "Parent Corner" (1:02:00).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Bryan Curtis and The Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay to talk podcasts and journalism in 2017 (2:08), reinventing studio sports shows (27:15), the 2018 World Cup and Winter Olympics (55:55), and how millennials can break into sports media today (66:40).
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Justin Verrier, and Danny Chau parse through their article ranking the 25 best players in the NBA through the season thus far.
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and John Gonzalez discuss the Stephen Curry–less Warriors (01:15), how the Sixers and the Nets have been adjusting since the Jahlil Okafor trade (11:00), and Victor Oladipo's impressive play for Indiana (19:15). Then they play an all–Boogie Cousins edition of "Real or Not Real" (23:30), talk about "the J-Team" catching on in Boston (28:15), and wrap up by looking ahead to this week's games (33:30).
HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Bryan Cranston to discuss his first big break (5:00), Erik Estrada's ego during 'Chips' (12:00), Larry David's comedy bootcamp (23:30), playing a TV dad on 'Malcolm in the Middle' (32:00), dealing with fame (43:00), the importance of streaming with 'Breaking Bad' (54:00), and working with Richard Linklater (1:04:00).
The guys talk boy band comebacks, sore throat voices, UFC Swanson vs Ortega and Loma vs Rigo recaps, ESPN's emotional E:60, Bryan's favorite Gandhi line, Brendan's eye for talent, wildfire role playing, wet elephants and much more.
Coach Taggart is doing very well in salvaging #Tribe18. Bud and Ingram take you through every recruitment of note at this point. We explore FSU’s potential coaching staff also. Brought to you by Louisiana Hot Sauce and Madison Social Rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Twitter @Nolecast E-mail us at [email protected]
The Ringer's Chris Ryan and Justin Verrier are joined by Paolo Uggetti and Haley O’Shaughnessy to discuss peak LeBron and KD (1:45). Then they wonder if some teams would've taken a do-over if given a second chance to make managerial decisions, including the Suns, T-Wolves, and more (18:33). Finally they tackle some NBA anomalies, including Bradley Beal's recent performance and DeMarcus Cousins's solo success (40:20).
John Barchard and James Seltzer react to a bittersweet NFC East clinching 43-35 Eagles win over the Rams. The guys discuss the range of emotions they're feeling as the Eagles win the division, but likely lose Carson Wentz in the process. John and James discuss the reports that Wentz's injury could be season-ending, and try to come to grips with an unfair and infuriating situation.
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Fantasy Football Podcast for December 11th, 2017. Andy, Jason, and Mike are back with a recap from the first week of the fantasy football playoffs. Who was studly in Week 14? Which players let fantasy owners down when it mattered most? Don’t miss our Rising Stars of the Week, and catch up on news & injuries from Week 14. Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with insights you can only get on the #1 fantasy football podcast. Dominate the fantasy football season: Join our Fantasy Football community! Love DFS? Check out the Ultimate DFS Pass and subscribe to our DFS Podcast Connect with the show: Visit us on the web Support us on Patreon Follow us on Twitter Subscribe on YouTube Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football anywhere you go. Love the show? Leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen! Check out today's sponsors: Raising Canes FantasyChamps.com -- Code:Ballers OmahaSteaks.com -- Search: FANTASY Shari’s Berries -- Code: BALLERS Our studio sponsor: Draft.com/Ballers
Guest host Paul MacInnes is joined by Barry Glendenning, Priya Ramesh and Daniel Harris for a stop-gap tour around the Premier League weekend. Starting with the derbies, we ask whether Manchester United fans deserve better than to play the role of underdog in every game against a big side, and whether Everton’s equaliser was the most Big Sam thing to have ever happened. Moving on, the panel asks whether Antonio Conte tinkers too little to sustain a title bid and whether Burnley are actually as good as Tottenham, as the table might suggest. And did Christian Benteke commit the ultimate footballer transgression when he demanded to take what would’ve been a winning penalty, and missed? In the rest of Europe, Sid Lowe calls in from Spain with good tidings for one team in particular, Barry talks us through Italy and the Derby d’Italia and Priya explains what happened at Dortmund with the outgoing Peter Bosz. We’re back on Thursday with Max back in the hot seat!
Manchester City ended Jose Mourinho's hopes of establishing a new unbeaten home record for Manchester United by establishing their own new Premier League record for 14 consecutive league wins in the same season. Was this, as Mourinho suggested, all the fault of referee Michael Oliver, or have City proved beyond doubt that poets do win titles? Are we looking at a second half of the season in which the main interest is derived from waiting to see which one of the Premier League supermanagers trailing in City's wake is first to go into full-on meltdown? Rory Smith of the New York Times joins us to discuss the Manchester derby. And Kieran Canning speaks to us from Madrid to talk about the reaction in Spain to the Champions League draw. Plus there's Klopp's fuse, ace time wasters, the tunnel incident, and Morbo.
The Ringer’s Chris Vernon and Kevin O’Connor review the Warriors’ eventful night against the New Orleans Pelicans (1:40), debate the roots of the Minnesota Timberwolves’ issues (12:43), laud Donovan Mitchell’s impressive scoring display (37:17), and explore potential trades for DeAndre Jordan (44:31). Then they give out awards for the season thus far (51:46).
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and Chris Ryan examine the recent scandal regarding decertified NBA agent Andy Miller (0:43), wonder about the future of big men in the league (7:54), and debate the most frustrated teams so far (10:47). Then, Juliet is joined by ‘The 5th Quarter’ director and producer Michael D. Ratner and LaVar Ball to discuss the intersections between the NBA and Hollywood (21:26).
Fantasy Football Podcast for December 12th, 2017. The Fantasy Footballers are back again with an important waiver wire show as we head into round two of the fantasy playoffs. Who should you be targeting for Weeks 15 and 16? Which quarterbacks should Carson Wentz and Josh McCown owners be looking to stream? Or maybe, you should look to add these players so that your fantasy football opponent can’t! Manage your redraft, keeper, and dynasty fantasy football teams with insights you can only get on the #1 fantasy football podcast. Dominate the fantasy football season: Join our Fantasy Football community! Love DFS? Check out the Ultimate DFS Pass and subscribe to our DFS Podcast Connect with the show: Visit us on the web Support us on Patreon Follow us on Twitter Subscribe on YouTube Want even more fantasy football goodness? Visit our community forums to chat everything fantasy football anywhere you go. Love the show? Leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen! Check out today's sponsors: FantasyChamps.com -- Code:Ballers Pristine Auction Shari’s Berries -- Code: BALLERS Our studio sponsor: Draft.com/Ballers
It was billed as a classic battle across the Irish Sea, but when three Irish provinces took on the best from the Premiership, the result was 3-0 Ireland. Leinster took care of Premiership champions Exeter on the south-west coast of England, Ulster beat Harlequins in London, and Munster hammered Leicester in Limerick. Gordon Darcy and Shane Horgan are on hand to pick apart a wildly successful weekend for the Irish teams, including what Matt O'Connor the Leicester coach might have learned from Jose Mourinho, why Ulster blow so hot and cold, and why this doesn't necessarily rank among Leinster's best ever European performances. Plus there's the enduring allure of snow games in the NFL, the importance of the vibes man in dressing room lore, Peter O'Mahony pulling rank, and 'curse o'clock'.
On this episode, the Carolina Hurricanes have been sold (00:00), the history of the XFL for some reason (12:00), Matthew Tkachuk speared Matt Martin last night (23:30 (yes it took this long to get to last night's game)), Adam Wylde is MAD at the Leafs' ability to change lines (39:00), Niemi to the Oilers? (56:00), Will Russia have a hockey team? (1:07:00), POKÉMON IS BEING RUINED PART TWO (1:14:00), and the press conference! (1:25:00). BUY OUR TEE SHIRTS HERE --->> teespring.com/en-GB/stores/fancydangleshirts Originally aired: December 7, 2017 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/pQK0dyVPBwg 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
Jack Fritz isn't having the hope in Foles, a playoff run or the happy crowd today. He invites you into the trust tree for a somber and short Counterpoint this week.
Season 8, Episode 58 of The Terrible Podcast is now up and in this Monday show, David Todd and I get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night win over the Baltimore Ravens that resulted in them clinching the AFC North. David and I jump all over the place early on in this podcast but finally settle on talking about the play of the Steelers offense against the Ravens. We talk a lot about the play of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, wide receiver Antonio Brown and the two tight ends, Jesse James and Vance McDonald. Running back Le’Veon Bell was also a huge contributor in the passing game Sunday night and we discuss a few of his touchdowns Sunday night. We make sure to save plenty of time to talk about the play of the Steelers defense Sunday night which wasn’t great at all. We go over how the Steelers tried to cover up for the loss of inside linebacker Ryan Shazier and how safety Sean Davis had a miserable night. The officiating wasn’t great Sunday night and thus David and I recap a few calls and non-calls that happened during the game. We also go over a few questionable play calls and coaching decisions that took place late in the game. We give you an update on the Steelers injury situation following their win over the Ravens and discuss a roster move that will likely take place on Tuesday. David and I close the show by resetting the AFC playoff picture and start taking a small look ahead to the Steelers week 15 home game against the New England Patriots. We also talk briefly about the NFL playoff picture as Week 14 comes to a close. As always, several other smaller talking points are mixed in throughout the show that are not highlighted here in this post. Thanks for listening and don't forget to call or email with questions or comments and please pass us along to your friends! The new message hotline is (814) 429-YINZ