Justin debuts a new segment called "Ope of the Week" when discussing the debacle going on with the Browns, hypes up his New York Yankees who are going to the ALCS and rants about Tottenham Hotspur's start to the soccer season.
It's one of the best football weekends on the calendar: NFL Divisional Round on Saturday and Sunday, College Football National Championship on Monday. Listen up for all of the winners and best bets for the five games in what is sure to be an epic weekend.
After an insane Wild Card weekend, Justin dives into what the results mean for the winners and losers in the NFL going forward. The football coaching carousel is nearly finished but one team now waits patiently to find their match. Kawhi Leonard reportedly takes shade at LeBron James and earns "Ope of the Week" honors.
My father joins me on the first podcast of 2020 and has a lot to say regarding the Houston Astros cheating scandal and the New York Yankees' offseason. The NFL Playoff picture is set and we break down who will end up raising the Lombardi Trophy in February.
The Lakers and Bucks squared off in what could be a potential NBA Finals matchup, but Justin isn't taking the bait on the result meaning anything when talking about June. There is a packed NFL slate with major playoff implications, the Champions Leagues round of 16 is set and the best bets of the weekend are locked and loaded.
Lamar Jackson stunted once again in prime time and solidified his spot as the MVP, the NFC East wins the "Ope of the Season" award and the Nationals, Yankees and Angels all made splashes in free agency.
Lamar Jackson has currently made a compelling case for the NFL MVP, but it is still Russell Wilson's award to lose. The Texans bounce back from a humiliating defeat week 11 with a gritty win against the Colts and new developments arise in the Mason Rudolph/ Myles Garrett scuffle. Luka Doncic is coming for the crown in the NBA, but LeBron James isn't ready to surrender it just yet.
Myles Garrett snatched the "Ope of the Week" crown from the NCAA at the buzzer by almost decapitating Mason Rudolph. Justin also goes off on MLB for not punishing the Astros for stealing signs, as well as recapping week 10 in the NFL and the college football game of the year.
A lot has happened in the past two weeks and Justin is here to break it all down. The Nationals proved to be the team of destiny he thought they were, the Patriots have been humbled by the Ravens just a bit and there is a clear frontrunner for NFL MVP. Justin also touches on the college basketball season which starts Tuesday and previews the first unveiling of the 2019 college football playoff picture.
On the day of the Fall Classic, Justin breaks down the matchup between the Astros and the Nationals while also discussing how the Yankees failed to take that next step. The NBA is finally here and there are 10 true title contenders and the Patriots continue to play chess while the rest of the NFL is playing checkers.
The Yankees and the Astros gear up for a crucial game 3 in Yankee Stadium, the Nationals bring the brooms with hopes to sweep the Cardinals, basketball is right around the corner and Justin is breaking it all down.