Super Bowl 50! Good buildup, good tributes to the 50 years of Super Bowls... the game? Not so good. However, I thought it was a great display of great defense on both ends of the field.
On our third edition of the three part Super Bowl Podcast series, Tom in Northern Virginia and Dave break down the Prop Bets for Super Bowl 50. We'll cover zany props and some traditional props including the predicted winning gatorade bath color! Join us for this plus our Super Bowl 50 predictions between the Panthers and Broncos.
On part 2 of our 3 part Super Bowl Podcast Series, Tom in NJ & Andy in Seattle join Dave to discuss the Legacy of Peyton Manning in what we believe is his last NFL game. Can he make one last stand and do enough to will the Broncos to victory? Or -- will the young gun Cam Newton dazzle the crowd with his play and collaborate with a very good Panthers defense to win the Super Bowl instead. More matchup talk, plus some coverage of Media Day and other Super Bowl fun facts!
Part I of our Super Bowl Week Podcasts in the City. Jacob Rosales joins Dave to chat about the Panthers' great defense vs a similarly strong Broncos Defense. This edition we cover the X's and O's of the matchup, and what Panthers QB Cam Newton can do against the Broncos while Peyton Manning, QB for the Broncos, tries to match up against Coleman, Kuechly, and Allen. Plus: an announcement regarding Kevin on the Cape.
This week -- we preview the Conference Championship Games in the AFC and the NFC. What do the Broncos have left after a lackluster performance in their divisional round win? Will the Patriots pull away or will it be a close game for the AFC title? In the NFC, the Carolina Panthers host their first ever NFC title home game against the very capable Arizona Cardinals. Can Carson Palmer improve upon his shaky performance last week and lead the Cardinals to another postseason win in Carolina? Will Cam Newton show his potential MVP mettle with another big win in Charlotte? We look at all the matchups plus some "Random Q's".
This week's DITCOW Podcast episode is postponed to from Wednesday to Thursday night, due to other commitments and possible company at the home studio. We hope to re-join you then, but if not, we'll see you back here next week at our usual time.
Take care for now, and enjoy the games!
The Rams return to LA following a Owners approval vote in Houston. Dave looks at the new era of football in Los Angeles: can it succeed, and will it get the fan support the NFL expects? We cover how the NFL works in LA PLUS -- Lakers Nation's Senior Writer Corey Hansford joins Dave to give us the latest on the Lakers, including a solid win last night against the Pelicans. Who of the new Lakers are playing the best this year? Will Julius Randle, DeAngelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson, Larry Nance Jr., and others be the future of the Lakers after Kobe calls it quits? Plus, an NFL Divisional Round Preview plus Random Questions in Hour 2, hopefully with the return of Kevin on the Cape.
Podcast: CFP National Championship Preview, Alabama vs Clemson, Lakers in Transition, Random Q’s (01-06-16)
Lakers Nation.com's Senior Writer Corey Hansford (scheduled) joins Dave to chat about Kobe's ongoing Farewell Tour and the Lakers in Transition -- young players that could be the foundation for the Lake Show's future. We chat up Jordan Clarkson, Julius Randle, Larry Nance, Jr., and #2 Draft Pick DeAngelo Russell. What do they bring to the table and where can they improve to make the Lakers competitive again? At the 30 minute mark, the Kids Club (Ron, Andy, John) joins Dave to preview Alabama vs Clemson, the CFP Championship Game from University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Will Alabama steamroll to the title or will Clemson's spread offense and the dynamic Deshaun Watson pull off the win? PLUS: NFL coach firings and an NFL Wild Card Preview.
Do I do it? A 30 dollar prime rib dinner? Not for me... for a group of 4-6 people! I saw the sign for it yesterday at Pavilions, a division of Vons, which is a division of Safeway, which NOW is a division of Albertsons. The grocery industry is nuts folks. However, this deal looks outstanding, but I will have to pass......... for now. The fight to eat and live healthier marches on.