This week on Last Word on Football, the crew talks about how old Frank Gore is, how immature Dwayne Haskins is, and more!
Jason’s on assignment this week, but the rest of the crew is back to discuss the Dwayne Haskins benching, the XFL’s return, and the Titans’ issues with scheduling and their COVID outbreak.
This week on Last Word on Football, Seth and Ryan talk about how they want to get into sports betting, and recap week three of the NFL.
New season, same format on The Kickoff. Harry, Jason, Erik, and Randy return with the segments you know and love, discussing Saquon Barkley’s Monday night misfortune and the other big stories and moments of the week.
The Last Word on Football podcast is back. Ryan Hawks and Seth Aplin start the episode off the only way they know how – slandering Jerry Jones.
On a new episode of The Kickoff, the season gets back to somewhat normal, as Jason, Harry, Erik, and Randy give their year-end awards and playoff predictions for the NFL season and the winners of the three major CFB conferences playing this fall.
The season is approaching, and Sean Garmer returns to join Harry, Jason, Erik, and Randy. This time the guys give their 2020 AFC conference preview.
Not your typical episode this week, as Harry, Erik, Jason, and Randy update their conversations on COVID, social injustices, athletes’ rights, and proliferation of the social media influence upon our everyday lives.
On this edition of “The Kickoff,” we get a 2020 NFC preview of the season, which includes predictions of the “order of finish.”
The guys near the end of their Greatest of All Teams journey. This week, Harry, Erik, Jason, and Randy head down to the NFC South. Only one team had full unanimity, leading to not only a bigger debate than last week, but a poll for one team who picked two players in the same round.
This week, the guys bring the Greatest of All Teams to a conclusion. Harry, Jason, Erik, and Randy finish with the AFC South, covering the Houston Texans, Indianapolis/Baltimore Colts, Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, and finishing with Erik’s beloved Jacksonville Jaguars.
The guys get right back to work, as Harry, Erik, Jason, and Randy continue with the Greatest of All Teams, moving over to the AFC West. While there were more unanimous picks, old debates raged anew on this episode.
Things are finally back to normal on the newest episode, as Harry, Erik, Jason, and Randy pick back up with the Greatest of All Teams, turning to the NFC West.
Tonight on The Kickoff, join host Harry Broadhurst, Erik Watkins, Jason Teasley, and new panelist Randy Isbelle as they present their unique opinions.
On the latest episode, Brandon returns to join Harry, Jason, and Erik as they discover the continue their quest to discover the Greatest of All Teams. This time, it’s the AFC North up for debate.
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