On Monday's podcast, the random snow put me in a bad mood, but I still previewed what looks to be an exciting week with the National Championship, The Masters, Red Sox Opening Day at Fenway, and WrestleMania. Plus, I shared some thoughts on the Celtics' and Bruins' race for the No. 1 seeds, I reacted to the report that Gronk plans on playing football in 2018, and I discussed the Red Sox taking three-of-four from the Rays in Tampa Bay to begin the season.
On Thursday's podcast, I closed out the show with my predictions for the 2018 MLB season and postseason. Plus, I reacted to reports that the New England Patriots are interested in Johnny Manziel. To which, I tell you, I'm all set. But I do have a theory as to what Bill Belichick is actually doing. And I shared a few quick thoughts on the Celtics and Bruins.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to Kyrie Irving's knee surgery and the 3-6 week timetable that the Boston Celtics have given us. Plus, I shared some thoughts on Bill Belichick discussing his relationship with Tom Brady, Cinderella's becoming the norm in the NCAA Tournament, and I took a look at some of the 2018 MLB odds.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to reports that Kyrie Irving will get a second opinion on his sore knee. I explained how I would handle the situation if I were the Boston Celtics. Plus, I shared some thoughts on the Bruins, the NFL offseason, weather forecasts gone wrong, and Daniel Bryan's return to the ring in the WWE.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to No. 1 Virginia losing to a 16-seed, while calling for an investigation. Plus, I shared some thoughts on Tiger Woods, the New England Patriots' latest offseason moves, the road to the playoffs for the Celtics and Bruins, and more.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to the New England Patriots losing Malcolm Butler, Dion Lewis, Danny Amendola, and Nate Solder to free agency. I also defended "The Patriot Way" and had a message for Patriots players and their cryptic messages to the public: Cut the shit. Plus, I opened the show with some strong thoughts on the St. Patrick's Day parade in South Boston. All that and more.
On Monday's podcast, I reacted to the New England Patriots missing out on both Richard Sherman and Aqib Talib over the weekend, while explaining why I'm more upset about Sherman. Plus, I shared my thoughts on Tiger Woods finishing second at the Valspar Championship, this year's NCAA Tournament bracket, and the Celtics and Bruins dealing with serious injuries. Also, I closed out the show with another "Tables, Ladders, and Takes" segment, reacting to WWE Fastlane on Sunday night.
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to the latest NFL offseason rumors, including the availability of Richard Sherman and Aqib Talib. Should the Patriots be interested in either player? I explained which of the two big-name cornerbacks I'd rather see in New England in 2018. Plus, I expressed my concern about Hanley Ramirez' willingness to play first base for the Boston Red Sox for the entire season, while taking a look at a potential battle at second base between Eduardo Nunez and Dustin Pedroia. I also wondered what it would take for the Red Sox to sign Jake Arrieta, while he is still a free agent. And I closed out the show with some thoughts on David Backes' three-game suspension.
Topics on Monday's podcast:
-NFL Franchise Tag deadline
-Boxing world is screwing Sergey Kovalev
-Celtics lose to Rockets
-Bruins dealing with major injuries
On Thursday's podcast, I reacted to the latest report that Rob Gronkowski is expected to play for the New England Patriots in 2018. To that, I reiterated: NO SHIT. I also shared some thoughts on the state of the WWE, leading up to WrestleMania 34, while praising the latest storyline for John Cena, and wondering "what could be" if Kenny Omega were allowed to sign a "one night deal" with the WWE to be Cena's opponent in New Orleans.