The NFL draft is usually a time when teams are looking to the future, in Green Bay fans were worried their past may repeat itself. How bad is the situation between the Packers' front office and Aaron Rodgers? We discuss that and try and come up with solutions for that situation as well as a terrible Oscars show. We also share our thought on the latest Mortal Kombat movie.
Once the most sought-after player in the league, Deshaun Watson is now facing 22 civil lawsuits filed by massage therapists who have accused him of sexual misconduct during sessions. This week we talk about what we know so far, what's been alleged, and what the response has been. We also share our thoughts on the Netflix movie Concrete Cowboy and the Amazon Prime show Invincible.
A lot of traveling this past week. Carson Wentz is headed to Indianapolis and Ted Cruz couldn't resist a trip to Cancun while Texas dealt with freezing storms and rolling blackouts. This week we talk about how these trips got booked and the ramifications felt at home. We also share our thoughts on the new movie Nomadland and Netflix's most popular show, Bridgerton.
Three years after winning the Super Bowl the Philadelphia Eagles have fired their head coach, have no offensive coordinator, no defensive coordinator, aging stars, cap issues, and an issue at quarterback after Carson Wentz got benched. Probably not where fans thought the team would be. So where does the team go from here? This week three fans talk about why the Eagles were so bad this year and if the team can be fixed or if it's time for a rebuild. We also share our thoughts on the first two episodes of 'WandaVision' on Disney+ and the first season of 'I May Destroy You' on HBO.
At the beginning of the pandemic, American sports fans were left with no live sports to watch for nearly four months. Then suddenly in June and July, all the major sports leagues returned to play at once creating a sports fan dream. Or so we thought. In reality, people aren't watching and viewership for all the leagues is down steeply from 2019, including the NBA finals, the Stanley Cup, and even NFL games. Why is that? This week we try and figure out why that is happening. We also share our thoughts on The Trial of the Chicago 7, The Lie, and Deaf U,
The pressure is mounting for Washington to change the name of their football team after companies like FedEx, Nike, and McDonald's requested the team do so With the team facing economic pressure with D.C. finally get a new team name. This week we discuss that and stretch our vocal cords to discuss Hamilton now streaming on Disney+ and the new Will Ferrell comedy Eurovision now streaming on Netflix.
For three glorious days, it felt like we were back to normal. Sports were back. Sort of. And just like sports is want to do, it left some fans bitterly disappointed. This week Ryan and Zach talk about Rob Gronkowski coming out of retirement to play with Tom Brady, where the biggest names in college are playing in the NFL, and how Eagles fans feel betrayed and bewildered by their draft picks. They also share their thoughts on the Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista comedy, Stuber, along with some other streaming suggestions.
Antonio Brown seems to be crazier than we all initially thought when he was a Steeler. First, it was just frozen feet and problems with a new helmet. But it has since got pretty serious since he was accused of raping his former trainer. This week Ryan, Zach, and friend of the pod Britt Harsh talk about the latest news and how we got here. They also share their thoughts on It: Chapter 2 and The Boys
It is fantasy football season and hopefully they avoided drafting Andrew Luck this season. To celebrate this time of year we are having our own draft of movie characters. Ryan and Zach are trying to make up a team consisting of a QB, RB, WR, TK, and K. No football and no superheroes. So how will their teams stack up? Listen and find out.
It's our annual Superbowl episode. And we have... well it's certainly a football game. The Patriots are playing the Rams and it feels like the buzz around the game is small. Maybe that's because all the excitement got sucked out during the NFC Championship game. This week Ryan and Zach talk about all the games involved and share their thoughts on the Oscar nominations, the Netflix movie Roma and both Fyre Festival documentaries that are out now.
Hosts: Zach Stone and Ryan Berger
A podcast where we talk about what's going on in the news and cross that with our favorite movies