Here are my 5 football can’t miss picks for the weekend.
Bustin’ Loose: 9-11-13: Mike Wise from the Washington Post joined the guys to talk RGIII and the Eagles new offense.
A new head coach, a new offense, a new team. Due to injuries to the team, wide receiver Damaris Johnson now has a new opportunity to step up to the spotlight.
The Weekend Warriors, Len Martez and Colin Hoggard filled in for Brett Jensen and spent the better part of the show recapping the Panthers pre-season loss to the Eagles. In hour 2, the guys also […]
Hitting To All Fields: Cheaters, Murderers, & Racists – Another Banner Week In The WILD World Of Sports
“A FRAUD” Alex Rodriguez has been suspended 211 Games by Major League Baseball for using Performance Enhancing Drugs Again…Yet, because of his appeal and the collective bargaining agreement with the MLBPA which is the “Strongest Union in the World”, Rodriguez will play rest of this season…In case you were wondering, “A ROID” makes a cool 175,000 Dollars per game
Mike Florio, from ProFootballTalk and NBC joins the Mac Attack for his weekly segment. Florio continues to needle Steve Smith, talks about Riley Cooper’s return to the Eagles, argues with Mac about Brian Bulaga’s season-ending injury, and answers questions about Johnny Manziel’s future.
Bustin’ Loose: 8-2-13 Adam Caplan: The Philadelphia Eagles Writer joins the guys to talk about Riley Cooper’s recent racist remark.
What is more important: How you begin or how you finish? For head coach Ron Rivera, the Panthers have begun to turn things around, but is it too late to keep his job beyond 2012. Over the last half-dozen games, Carolina is a .500 club and deserves a commitment for at least one more year from owner Jerry Richardson.
Eleven. That is the number of Panthers on injured reserve–an average of one per game. Now, Ron Edwards is the latest to join the not-so-exclusive club. But through it all, head coach Ron Rivera has tried to hold his team together while doing his best to help his young quarterback get through the trials and tribulations of a sophomore campaign.
So what if Cam Newton was the leading rusher – again? Who cares if special teams was a disaster – again? The Panthers did what they were supposed to and that was hand the Eagles their seventh straight loss and keep some hope alive to at least reach last year’s win total.