On Monday's podcast, we reacted to all of Week 2 in the NFL, including the New England Patriots losing in Jacksonville, officials taking a win away from Green Bay, a Buffalo Bills player retiring at halftime, and much more. Plus, Producer Pete gives his "Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda" pick from the weekend, and we shared some thoughts on Gennady Golovkin losing to Canelo Alvarez, Chris Sale, Brock Lesnar, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I opened the show revealing the winners of my NHL 19 giveaway. Plus, I explained why my concern level for Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox has increased (12:00). I also previewed Week 2 in the NFL, including the New England Patriots vs Jacksonville Jaguars, I revealed my DraftKings "GOTTA HAVE HIM" play for Sunday (41:35), and gave "PIC'S PICKS" for Week 2 (44:40). And Damon Durante from BetOnline joined me over the phone to share some betting advice for the weekend (57:23).
On Monday's podcast, we reacted to all of Week 1 in the NFL, including the Green Bay Packers' improbable comeback against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football, Tom Brady enjoying his new connection with Phillip Dorsett, and the New Orleans Saints ruining what would've been a perfect week of picks for me with a terrible loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans. I also looked back and reacted to the results of "Pic's Picks" for Week 1. And we debuted a new weekly segment on Mondays with Producer Pete, called "Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda."
On Thursday's podcast, I closed out the show with "Pic's Picks" for NFL Week 1 (22:08), presented by BetOnline.ag. Plus, I gave you my DraftKings "Gotta Have Him" play for Sunday's slate (17:25). And I shared some thoughts on Le'Veon Bell's holdout, Brandon Phillips coming up big for the Boston Red Sox, and more.
On Tuesday's podcast I returned from a week-long vacation to share some good news on the future of "The Danny Picard Show." Plus, I reacted to the Khalil Mack trade. And I made my 2018 NFL season predictions, including Win Totals (25:15), Division Winners, and Super Bowl Champion (37:45).
On Thursday's podcast (the last show until Tuesday, Sept. 4), I reacted to Dez Bryant's latest hint that he wants to play for the New England Patriots, and I explained why it's a move the Pats should make. Plus, I shared some thoughts on Urban Meyer's three-game suspension, the Red Sox losing three in a row, and Tiger Woods vs Phil Mickelson on Pay-Per-View.
On Monday's podcast, I opened the show with my reaction to WWE SummerSlam. I also shared some thoughts on Tom Brady playing the entire first half of the New England Patriots' second preseason game, and Chris Sale being placed on the 10-day disabled list once again with shoulder inflammation.
On Thursday's podcast, Sports Illustrated pro wrestling insider Justin Barrasso joined me to preview WWE SummerSlam, which is this Sunday night in Brooklyn (17:50). We opened the show with some thoughts on the late Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, and Justin discussed his experience in Japan earlier in the week, covering New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Climax tournament. To which, I asked the question: Is the combination of "New Japan Pro Wrestling" and "Ring of Honor" a real threat to the WWE? Also, we shared some thoughts on AJ Styles, Smackdown moving to Friday nights on FOX, All In, CM Punk, and more.
On Monday's podcast, I opened the show reacting to Tiger Woods finishing second at the PGA Championship, while once again responding to those who question why I root against him on Sundays. Plus, I discussed the incentives in Tom Brady's "new" contract. And I praised J.D. Martinez for having proven the critics wrong, and I was one of those critics, along with the rest of Major League Baseball.
On Thursday's podcast, I opened the show responding to NBC Sports Boston for blatantly stealing the concept of my new YouTube gaming series "PIC-up YA STICKS." Plus, I reacted to the announcement of McGregor vs Khabib for the UFC Lightweight championship, while explaining why McGregor's bus "attack" was a stunt, and a smart stunt at that. And I shared a few thoughts on the New England Patriots as they enter their first preseason game.