Hold on tight and don't let go cause we are all over the place at top speed this week. Brad Reese is back out of nowhere for his second appearance and he's not shy. A little something for everyone and some real solid baseball talk.
I think we counted right. The 20th time Dub and Carl are On the Poddy. What else do you expect to talk about this time of year . . . football. Peyton Manning, some fantasy advise, a little social commentary on high school players hitting a ref, picks, and some other stuff. It's a good one.
The woman's tennis match that will have them talking at the water-cooler. Plus, Dub and Carl make a few picks for the weekend and, give some predictions about NFL season long awards. Dub is a little off but thankfully, Carl keeps him in check.
Dub and Carl talk about the 1st week of NFL free agency. We also acknowledge our new found fan base in California and Carl is getting ready for surgery on Monday. Also, Pete Tuccio was tagged as our second, "OTP Random Call of the Week". Sorry Pete
Dub and Carl draft their own all time great NBA teams (1980 on) and, with their own scoring system, definitively name the best NBA player over that time period.
Dub and Carl not only talk about "the play call" but all the other factors of The Super Bowl that have been swept under the rug. Where is Brady on the all time list, NBA All-Star rosters and snubs, and a little more baseball than you would probably expect for early February.
Carl is chomping at the bit so we dive right into our thoughts on the championship games. We also get a tiny bit of Super Bowl talk, who is Doug Baldwin, the insane Max Scherzer contract, and always some NBA! Buckle-up
Dub and Carl talk about High School, trivia, chess, popularity, and something else. Oh yeah, sports! Ohio State's dominance of Oregon, controversy in Green Bay, are the Hawks the best team in the East and picks for the Conference Championship games.
10th Episode of On the Poddy. Dub and Carl talk about the winter weather in New England, MLB Hall of Fame, Stuart Scott and our favorite ESPN anchors, NFL and NCAAFB Playoffs. Also, the greatest football game that Dub never saw.