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    NFL Week 2, Fastest 2 Minutes, Justin Fields Is Not The Guy, Commanders 2-0, Cowboys Rolling And Hank Watches The End Of The Patriots Game

    en-usSeptember 18, 2023

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    • NFL Week 2: Notable Performances and ResultsMike Evans shines for Tampa Bay, Drake London impresses for Atlanta, Baltimore Ravens win in Cincinnati, Titans edge Seahawks in overtime, and several players stand out for their teams

      Week 2 of the NFL saw some impressive performances and disappointing results. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated the Chicago Bears, with Mike Evans putting on a show. The Atlanta Falcons edged out the Green Bay Packers with Drake London impressing. The Jacksonville Jaguars put up a fight against the Kansas City Chiefs but ultimately fell short. In Cincinnati, the Baltimore Ravens came out on top against the Cincinnati Bengals. In Detroit, the Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans fought it out in overtime, with the Titans emerging victorious. The New Orleans Saints bounced back from a poor performance, and the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams clashed. Washington's Terry McLaurin and Logan Thomas shone for their team, while Denver's Brandon Johnson and Johnson caused headaches for the opposition. The Dallas Cowboys, despite a less-than-stellar offensive performance, managed to secure a win against the New York Jets. And, in the spirit of Father's Day, be sure to check out the latest golf collection from g4 for your favorite golfing dad.

    • Spring Fitness with Peloton, Patriots' Advantage, Bengals' BoosSpring improves fitness with Peloton's diverse classes, Patriots edge Jets due to structure and finances, Bengals fans boo poor offense, solution: throw to Chase more

      Spring is an excellent time to boost your fitness routine with Peloton's challenging workouts. The variety of classes, from boot camps to marathon training, is designed to help you improve and push beyond your limits. Meanwhile, in the sports world, the New England Patriots are preferred over the New York Jets due to their better organizational structure and financial capabilities. Despite some setbacks, such as Mac Jones' interception during Sunday night football, the Patriots are in a stronger position. Additionally, Bengals fans' booing during the first half of their game against the Ravens can be seen as an appropriate response to their offense's poor performance. A simple solution to enhance the Bengals' offense could be throwing the ball further downfield to Ja'Marr Chase more often.

    • Bengals fans frustrated with team's loss to RavensDespite Joe Burrow's injury, Ravens impressed with Lamar Jackson's effective running and passing, leaving Bengals fans disappointed and frustrated.

      The fans of good football teams might not be as prone to physical fights or booing as those of struggling teams. However, the Bengals' disappointing performance against the Ravens, coupled with Joe Burrow's injury, had Cincinnati fans expressing their frustration. The Ravens, on the other hand, looked impressive with Lamar Jackson's effective running and passing, making them a formidable force in the AFC. The Bengals' offense, particularly their connection between Joe Burrow and Ja'Marr Chase, seemed out of sync. The Ravens' receivers, such as Rashod Bateman and Zay Flowers, shone, with Nelson Aguilar defying expectations. Lamar Jackson's ability to run effectively and make big plays without designed runs added to their offensive prowess. The Ravens' impressive win against the Bengals, with Harbaugh's visible excitement, emphasized their status as one of the best teams in the league.

    • Underdog teams and underdog coaches shine in NFLThe Chiefs, led by John Harbaugh, overcame turnovers to win, while the Ravens and Bengals showed potential despite struggles. Bengals fans should remain optimistic, but pressure to perform is high.

      Underdog team the Chiefs, led by underdog king John Harbaugh, defeated the Jaguars despite four consecutive plays resulting in turnovers. The Ravens, who have faced the brunt of injuries this season, looked impressive, while the Bengals, who started the season 0-2, still have potential to turn things around. Bengals fans, known for their resilience, should not panic. However, if the season is a "window season," there is added pressure to perform. The Chiefs and Bengals games were marked by poor performances, with the Chiefs barely scraping by and the Bengals struggling offensively. The Jaguars, on the other hand, had a tough day with Trevor Lawrence failing to complete a pass in the red zone, a situation that could have resulted in a win had their offense been more competent. The Chiefs' passing offense continues to underperform, with Mahomes leading a crucial drive at the end of the first half to secure their victory.

    • Chiefs Offense Underperforms, Notable Moments, and PredictionsThe Chiefs offense is struggling, but there have been some intriguing moments like Mahomes throwing to an O-lineman and the emergence of Prince Tega Wanoga. The Commanders are outperforming them, and Patrick Mahomes needs his team to step up to meet their high standards.

      The Kansas City Chiefs offense has underperformed this season, averaging only 18.5 points per game through the first two games. However, there have been some notable moments in their games, such as Mahomes throwing to an offensive lineman, which is usually not allowed. Additionally, the Chiefs bench Juwon Taylor in favor of an intriguing prospect named Prince Tega Wanoga. The Washington Commanders, led by Eric Bieniemy, have outperformed the Chiefs, averaging 28 points per game. Sky Moore, a Chiefs receiver wearing number 24, might consider changing his number as 24 is typically not associated with receivers. Patrick Mahomes, who turned 28 this week, is already a hall of famer, but the Chiefs' offense needs to step up to keep up with their offense's high standards. The Chiefs' next game against the Chicago Bears is an important one, as they look to avoid starting the season 1-2. Other notable moments included Mahomes' humorous fumble and Chris Jones and Travis Kelce making their presence felt. Hank, our AI coach, predicted a pick or a pick six in the Seahawks-Lions game, which turned out to be an exciting matchup.

    • Lions' Fans Show Enthusiasm Amidst On-Field StrugglesDespite inconsistent performance, Lions fans remain engaged, creating unique traditions and supporting aggressive playcalling, but seek more consistent results from their team and coach.

      The Detroit Lions, under the leadership of Coach Dan Campbell, continue to show promise but struggle with consistency. Fans, including CeeDee Lamb, are enthusiastically engaging with the team, with unique traditions like wearing blue ski masks at home games. However, the Lions' defense has had difficulty stopping opponents, and the offense, despite scoring over 30 points in three games since 2022, has faced challenges. Coach Campbell's aggressive playcalling is appreciated by fans, but his decision-making at critical moments, such as going for it on 4th down instead of kicking a field goal in the final minutes, leaves room for improvement. The team showed potential against the Seahawks but ultimately fell short, and fans are left hoping for more consistent aggression from their coach. The unveiling of Barry Sanders' statue was a highlight for Lions fans, but the team's performance on the field remains a work in progress.

    • Distractions During Games: A Focus on Jared Goff's Interception and a Fan's IndiscretionStaying focused during games, especially crucial moments, is crucial for optimal team performance. Distractions, like Jared Goff's interception or a fan sexting, can impact the team's win probability.

      Despite Detroit Lions quarterback Jared Goff's first interception in over 380 passes, the offense still looked strong. Goff's running back was not to blame, and Ammon-Ross St. Brown showed promise before getting injured. The Lions have shown consistency under coach Dan Campbell, making them a competitive team in most games. Geno Smith had a solid bounce-back performance, and Tyler Lockett continued to shine. However, a man at the Lions game was more focused on sexting than the game itself, which was a distraction during a close game against the New England Patriots. Fans should remain engaged in the game, especially during crucial moments. The text messages exchanged between the couple were shared, but it is important to remember that everyone makes mistakes and can get carried away in the moment. Despite the early hour of the game, the win probability was high for the Lions, and distractions like this can impact the team's performance. Overall, it's essential to stay focused and committed to the game, especially during important moments.

    • Fans need to support their team through thick and thinFans can learn from the Bills' example of determination, resilience, and exceptional play to remain optimistic and supportive despite challenges.

      Fans, specifically Lions fans, need to take ownership of their behavior and support their team through thick and thin, no matter the circumstances. The discussion also highlighted the importance of resilience and bouncing back from adversity, as demonstrated by the Bills' impressive comeback against the Raiders. The Bills' dominance in their game against the Raiders was a result of their strong offensive performance, led by Josh Allen's exceptional play, and their ability to shut down the opposing team's running game. The teabagging incident between Josh Allen and a Raider safety added an entertaining element to the game, but ultimately, the Bills' victory was a testament to their determination and skill. Fans can learn from the Bills' example and remain optimistic and supportive, even in the face of challenges.

    • Buffalo Bills and Las Vegas Raiders' early performancesThe Bills are off to a strong start, while the Raiders face criticism for poor coaching and roster. The Chargers' conservative playcalling and underperformance add to the intrigue in the AFC West.

      The Buffalo Bills are looking strong after a close win against the Las Vegas Raiders, while the Raiders are predicted to have a tough season. The Raiders' loss to the Denver Broncos, coupled with their poor performance so far, has raised concerns about their coaching and roster. Brandon Staley, the Chargers' coach, is under criticism for his conservative playcalling, leading some to question if he's the right fit for the team. The Chargers, despite having a talented roster, have underperformed, with Justin Herbert not living up to media hype. The Bills, on the other hand, are showing resilience and determination, with their fans, known as Bills Mafia, remaining optimistic about their team's potential. The NFL season is long, and there are still many games left to be played, but the early performances of these teams have set the stage for an interesting season.

    • Discussing NFL and potential image improvements for Mac JonesMac Jones might benefit from a more intimidating persona, such as a mustache or tougher image, to boost confidence and commanding presence. Underdog teams like the Vikings and Chargers were discussed, with the Chargers needing to win games to justify coach Brandon Staley's employment.

      Mac Jones of the New England Patriots could benefit from a more intimidating persona to help him overcome criticism and improve his performance. The speakers suggest that a mustache or a tougher image might help him appear more confident and commanding. Additionally, the Los Angeles Chargers and Minnesota Vikings were discussed as potential underdog teams, with the Vikings being a popular pick for the "pinky team" due to their long odds of winning the Super Bowl. The Chargers, despite having a talented roster, have struggled defensively under coach Brandon Staley, and the speakers believe they need to start winning games to justify his employment. The Packers and Falcons were also discussed, with the Packers receiving criticism for blowing a game and Arthur Smith of the Falcons receiving praise for his coaching abilities.

    • Falcons' Surprising Performance under Smith's LeadershipCoach Arthur Smith's unconventional style and Desmond Ridder's perfect home record led the Atlanta Falcons to an impressive win against the Green Bay Packers, leaving many intrigued by their unexpected success and promising schedule.

      The Atlanta Falcons, led by coach Arthur Smith, surprised many with their impressive performance against the Green Bay Packers. Smith's unconventional coaching style and the team's unexpected success have left some in awe, with Smith earning the nickname "zaddy" for his rugged appearance. Desmond Ridder, the Falcons' quarterback, also stood out with his perfect home record as a starter. However, the Packers missed an opportunity to secure a win with their lackluster offensive performance in the second half. The Falcons' schedule looks promising, and they are expected to win around 55% of their games. The team's unexpected success and Smith's unique coaching style have left many intrigued and excited for the rest of the season.

    • Falcons' Quarterback Under Pressure, Texans' Offensive Line StrugglesThe Atlanta Falcons have a promising season ahead with potential wins against several teams, but their quarterback, CJ Stroud, faces heavy pressure and a high number of pass attempts, increasing the risk of injuries. Meanwhile, the Houston Texans' offensive line struggles, resulting in numerous sacks for their quarterback.

      The Atlanta Falcons are expected to have a successful season with potential wins against teams like the Texans, Cardinals, Bears, and Colts. However, the Falcons' quarterback, CJ Stroud, has been under heavy pressure and has had a high number of pass attempts, which could lead to injuries. The Texans' offensive line has been struggling, leading to a high number of sacks for their quarterback. During a game, there was a close call on a lateral play, and the Falcons' tight end, Hunter Henry, was mistakenly identified as the one who executed the lateral. Additionally, there was a discussion about Belichick's unusual attire and the Falcons' potential to make the playoffs with a record of 9 or 10 wins. During the conversation, some advertisements were mentioned, including 3 Cheese's cannabis vapes and gummies.

    • Controversial call impacts Patriots' game and startA disputed first down call affected the Patriots' performance, leading to a 0-2 start, while the Dolphins remained undefeated.

      During the football game, there was a controversial call regarding a first down for the New England Patriots. Despite clear visual evidence suggesting the ball carrier had a first down, the officials ruled it as an incomplete pass or a short gain. This call significantly impacted the game, potentially deciding its outcome. The Patriots, who were already struggling with an average performance, were unable to convert on crucial opportunities, leading to a 0-2 start. The team's quarterback, Mac Jones, showed potential but also made mistakes, adding to the team's woes. The NFL is known for its close calls, and this instance was a prime example. Despite the controversy, the Miami Dolphins remained undefeated, and the Patriots faced a challenging schedule ahead. The team and its fans were left feeling frustrated and robbed of what could have been a different outcome.

    • Packers' win over Bears seen as potential 'Super Bowl' moment, easier match against Jets discussedThe NFL season brings surprises and challenges, with strong defense key to success, and the Packers' win over the Bears a potential turning point, while concerns persist about some quarterbacks' progress

      The NFL season is full of surprises and challenges for every team. During a discussion about the Packers' victory over the Bears, it was acknowledged that the Jets might provide an easier match for the Packers than expected. The Packers' win over the Bears was described as a potential "Super Bowl" moment, and the importance of having a strong defense was emphasized. The conversation also touched on the performance of quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Fields, with concerns raised about Fields' ability to progress as a passer. The disappointment felt by fans when their favorite players underperform was also acknowledged. Ultimately, the NFL season is unpredictable, and teams must adapt and improve to succeed.

    • Bears' QB woes and struggling defenseDespite having a strong defense and significant resources, the Bears' poor quarterback play and defensive performance have raised concerns about their potential to be the worst team in the NFL

      The Chicago Bears' current state of affairs, particularly their quarterback situation with Justin Fields, is causing significant concern among fans and analysts alike. The team's defense, which is typically their strength, has been abysmal, allowing more receiving yards to Mike Evans than the Bears had net passing yards in their Week 2 loss. Baker Mayfield, who stepped in for an injured Fields, looked impressive, leaving fans questioning whether Fields is the long-term solution. Fields himself seems to be struggling with trusting himself and adjusting to the NFL's timing and openings. The Bears have a long history of failing to find a successful quarterback, and their current predicament, with a significant amount of cap space and draft picks, is a critical juncture for the franchise. The team's lackluster performance has been a source of disappointment for fans, who are used to more exciting games, and raises the question of whether the Bears could potentially be the worst team in the NFL.

    • Disappointment with Chicago Bears' Quarterback and Draft PickThe speaker expresses disappointment with the Chicago Bears' quarterback, Justin Fields, and their draft pick, believing they should have chosen Caleb Williams instead. He predicts the team will lose upcoming games against the Chiefs and Commanders.

      The speaker is expressing his frustration and disappointment with the Chicago Bears' football team and their quarterback, Justin Fields. He believes that if the team had the number one pick in the NFL draft, they should have selected Caleb Williams, but instead, they may ruin the world of watching Caleb Williams play. The speaker expresses his own feelings of being hurt and falling in love with the team only to be disappointed, much like a person who keeps getting their heart broken. He also acknowledges that the show would lose its appeal if the Bears had a winning team, as people would despise him for stunting on them. The speaker analyzes Justin Fields' performance, suggesting that he is trying too hard to be a pocket passer, leading to a lack of success and frustration. The speaker predicts that Fields will eventually return to using his legs and running, but will then need to learn how to be a pocket passer again to succeed in the NFL. The speaker expresses his belief that the Bears will lose their upcoming games against the Chiefs and Commanders.

    • NFL Surprises: Baker Mayfield's Resurgence and Strong Commanders DefenseBaker Mayfield's impressive play with the Carolina Panthers challenges Tom Brady's legacy, while the Commanders' defense shines as one of the best in the league, and rookie quarterbacks like Sam Howell deliver wins.

      Despite the challenges faced by teams like the Bears, there are always surprises in the NFL. Baker Mayfield's impressive performance with the Carolina Panthers, for instance, has reinvigorated his career and has fans questioning if he's surpassed the legendary Tom Brady. Meanwhile, teams like the Commanders, who were once written off, have shown signs of strength, with their defense being hailed as one of the best in the league. Additionally, quarterbacks like Sam Howell have proven themselves capable of leading their teams to victories against formidable opponents. The NFL season continues to be unpredictable, and every game brings new stories and surprises.

    • The Washington Commanders' Success: A Formidable Team Amid ControversiesThe Commanders, despite off-field controversies, have a strong defense and promising offense, making them a formidable team in the NFC East. Key games against top teams will indicate their potential.

      The Washington Commanders, despite the off-field controversies, have drafted well and have a strong defensive line, making them a formidable team this season. Their performances against top teams like the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles will be key indicators of their potential. The NFC East division is currently dominant, with teams like the Eagles and the Commanders leading the way. Additionally, the Denver Broncos had a rocky start under Nathaniel Hackett but have since improved under Sean Payton. The Broncos almost pulled off a win against the Commanders, but ultimately fell short due to a controversial non-call on a potential pass interference. The Commanders' victory in Denver in September is a challenging feat, and their success this season has the speaker feeling enthusiastic and even a little jealous. The Commanders' strategy of drafting top talent from the SEC, particularly from Georgia, has paid off, and their offense, led by Sam Howell and Terry McLaurin, has shown promise. The team's ability to perform well in the second half of games and execute consistently will be crucial factors in their success. Overall, the Commanders are showing potential to be an average to above-average team this season, and their upcoming games against the Bills and Eagles will be significant tests.

    • Commanders' Strong Start and Fans' ExcitementFans are excited about the Commanders' 2-0 start, with quarterback Sam Howell leading the charge. Some remain skeptical about their Super Bowl chances, while others acknowledge improvements. Owner Josh Harris' game ball tradition is a topic of discussion. The 49ers also impressed with their victory over the Rams.

      The Commanders, currently 2-0, have made a strong start to the NFL season, with their quarterback Sam Howell leading the charge. Fans, including Bill from Rail John, Maryland, are excited about the team's performance and the prospect of a home field advantage. However, some are skeptical about the Commanders' chances of winning the Super Bowl, despite their current success. Max, a previous critic of the team, has acknowledged their improvements, but remains unconvinced. Josh Harris, the team's owner, has been a topic of discussion, with some players expressing confusion about him receiving game balls. The 49ers, another strong team, impressed with their victory over the Rams, with Brock Purdy and Deebo Samuel standing out. Despite some uncertainty about the Commanders' future, fans are enjoying the excitement of the season and looking forward to upcoming games. The team's name, which has been a topic of debate, may also be changing back to "Football Team" or "Hogs." Overall, the NFL season is off to an exciting start, with many teams showing strong performances and unexpected twists.

    • The San Francisco 49ers' impressive win over the Los Angeles Rams despite a subpar offensive performanceThe Niners dominated their rivals, maintaining their top seed in the NFC playoffs with a 9-1 record in the last 10 regular season games, thanks to strong play from QB Brock Purdy and making the most of opportunities.

      The San Francisco 49ers' victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18, despite a subpar offensive performance, was significant due to their dominance over their rivals. The Rams' meaningless field goal at the end of the game to cover the spread overshadowed the Niners' impressive win. The Niners have a historical edge over the Rams, with a 9-1 record in the last 10 regular season games. The Niners' success, particularly their offense, has been a topic of debate, with some arguing that they are the best team in the NFL and the favorites to win the Super Bowl. The Niners' success is due in part to the strong play of quarterback Brock Purdy and the team's ability to make the most of every opportunity, even in less-than-ideal circumstances. The Niners' focus is on maintaining their top seed in the NFC playoffs and avoiding injuries. The Niners' impressive play, particularly on offense, has been a topic of awe, with players like Deebo Samuel and Christian McCaffrey appearing faster than the defense. The Niners, along with the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs, have offenses that make every player seem faster than the opposition.

    • Trent Williams' Unique Run-Blocking and Trash TalkTrent Williams, a standout offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers, is known for his innovative run-blocking techniques and ability to handle trash talk from opponents, making him a fan favorite.

      Trent Williams, the offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers, is a formidable player both on and off the field. He's known for his unique run-blocking techniques and his ability to handle trash talk from opponents, making him a crowd favorite. The league, a dating app, was also discussed as a potential solution for those seeking higher odds of finding a match, with a 60/40 girl to guy ratio and a new feature for those seeking mutual goals. The Giants' impressive comeback against the Cardinals was highlighted as a potential season-saver, and Cortez, a dedicated Cardinals fan, and the Daniel Jones superfan were mentioned as memorable figures from the games.

    • Cardinals dominate Giants, Cowboys shine in season openerThe NFL season has seen unexpected performances and challenges for teams, with the Cardinals dominating the Giants, Cowboys scoring 50 points in their opener, and injuries and questionable play affecting both the Cardinals and Giants. The Cowboys are currently the best team, but their success isn't guaranteed against all opponents.

      The Arizona Cardinals dominated the New York Giants in their recent matchup, with James Conner running roughshod over the Giants' defense. Micah Parsons of the Dallas Cowboys also stood out as a top performer, putting on a show with multiple sacks, pressures, and tackles for loss. The Cowboys' offense, led by Dak Prescott, was historically good in their season opener, scoring 50 points before allowing any. However, the Giants and Cardinals both face challenges moving forward, with injuries and questionable performances from key players. The Cowboys, on the other hand, are currently the best team in the NFL, but their success is not guaranteed against every opponent. Overall, the NFL season has seen some surprising performances and disappointments, highlighting the unpredictability of the sport.

    • Jets may stick with Wilson and White, Vikings could trade CousinsThe Jets are unlikely to upgrade at QB, while the Vikings might consider trading Cousins before the season ends.

      The Jets are expected to make a boring move by sticking with their current quarterbacks, Zach Wilson and Mike White, despite their disappointing performances, and missing out on potential upgrades like Jameis Winston or Kirk Cousins. The Vikings, on the other hand, should consider trading Cousins before the season ends if they plan to move on from him. The discussion also touched on the possibility of Aaron Rodgers returning to the Packers and the idea of teams building fake installations, such as lighthouses or windmills, for entertainment purposes. Additionally, there was a mention of the Cowboys' impressive start to the season and Michael Parsons' standout performance.

    • NFL Predictions: Cowboys to Win Super Bowl, Patriots in Playoffs, Titans to Win AFC SouthCowboys predicted to win Super Bowl, Patriots may make playoffs with Cousins trade, Titans favored to win AFC South, DirectTV offers live TV and streaming for pro football fans, Parsons tipped for MVP, journalism recognized for breaking news, importance of staying informed and supporting players.

      The NFL season is underway, and fans are making bold predictions about the upcoming games. The Cowboys are expected to win the Super Bowl, while the Patriots are predicted to make the playoffs with a potential trade for Kirk Cousins. The Tennessee Titans are tipped to win the AFC South, and Buddha Baker is predicted to join the Eagles. DirectTV was mentioned as the ultimate destination for pro football fans, offering live TV and streaming options. Hot takes included Michael Parsons winning the MVP award, and journalism being recognized for breaking news stories. The importance of staying informed and standing up for players was emphasized.

    • Hockey Podcast Hosts Stand Firm Against Accusations and Report on Coach Demanding to See Players' Camera RollsPodcasters faced backlash for reporting truth but stood firm, proving allegations of coach's inappropriate demand, and continued reporting despite attempts to silence them. Light moment included discussing Congresswoman Boebert's theater incident and debating preferences.

      RA, Biz, and Witt, hosts of a popular hockey podcast, faced accusations of making up stories and sensationalizing events. However, they stood firm and reported on allegations of a team's coach demanding to see players' camera rolls. The incident involved multiple players, and the hosts were later proven right. Despite facing backlash and attempts to take down their show, they continued to report the truth and were proud of standing up for players. In a lighter moment, the conversation shifted to a video of Congresswoman Lauren Boebert getting kicked out of a theater with her boyfriend. The hosts found the situation amusing and agreed that the video was "hot," sparking a playful debate about their preferences. Overall, the conversation highlighted the importance of standing by the truth and not giving in to political correctness or backlash.

    • Embrace youth and fun experiencesDon't let others dictate your fun experiences, especially when young. Enjoy life to the fullest.

      People should embrace fun experiences and not let others dictate what they can and cannot do, especially when they're young. The discussion revolved around a viral video of a woman performing a hand job in a movie theater and the debate over whether it was appropriate or not. Some argued that it was inappropriate and the woman should be kicked out, while others saw it as harmless fun. Similarly, the topic shifted to college students storming the field after a game, with some criticizing it as disrespectful and others seeing it as a memorable experience. The consensus was that people should enjoy their youth and make the most of their opportunities, rather than worrying about what others think. The conversation also touched on the hypocrisy of criticizing young people for having fun when older fans do the same thing in different contexts. Overall, the message was to live life to the fullest and not let others dampen your spirit.

    • MLB Playoffs and Excitement AroundMLB playoffs heating up, Orioles and Rays secure spots, Braves and Dodgers clinch divisions, Ryder Cup debuts, numbers game adds to camaraderie

      The MLB playoffs are heating up with the Orioles and Rays both securing spots despite division uncertainty. Fans and players alike are getting into the spirit, with celebrations involving champagne, condiments, and even a little peeing. The Braves and Dodgers have clinched their divisions, leaving two weeks for other teams to fight for second place. Some, like the speaker, have had rough seasons, dealing with injuries and scandals. But the excitement remains high, with the Ryder Cup debuting and the first episode airing today. The numbers game is a regular feature of their conversations, adding to the overall camaraderie. Despite the occasional misstep, they continue to enjoy their shared love for sports and the community it brings.

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    Hank had the greatest day of his life on Friday and is now a member of Joe Mazzulla's family after riding a duckboat in the championship parade (00:00:00-00:12:57). The Oilers force a Game 7 (00:12:57-00:13:59). Protestors tried to stop Scottie Scheffler and the Hawk Tuah girl has taken over the internet (00:13:59-00:28:41) . Who's back of the week including Klutch going after MJ's stats and the Oilers girl has found more fame (00:28:41-00:45:33). Ryan Whitney joins the show to talk about the Stanley Cup Final, how the Oilers have come all the way back, what he expects Monday night and more (00:45:33-01:22:30). We finish with the return of Mt Rushmore season and the Mt Rushmore of people who can't win the big one, with some bonus case race recap (01:22:30-01:45:32).


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 24, 2024

    Derrick White, Adam Thielen, Hank Shaves His Head And Gets An Incredible Offer From A Special Call In

    Derrick White, Adam Thielen, Hank Shaves His Head And Gets An Incredible Offer From A Special Call In

    It’s time for Hank to shave his head and JJ Redick is a trailblazer for podcasters everywhere (00:00:00-00:12:56)-. Hank gets a special call in to offer him a day of a lifetime (00:12:56-00:26:15). NCAA is trying to expand the tourney again and Monty Williams is living the dream (00:26:15-00:28:38). Caruso traded to OKC for Josh Giddey (00:28:38-00:33:58). We then welcome on Derrick White from the world champion Boston Celtics to talk about this past week, his new contract, Hank shaving head, his broken teeth and tons more (00:33:58-00:55:02). Carolina Panthers Wide Receiver Adam Thielen joins the show to talk about his golf game, the past season with the Panthers, Kirk Cousins and more (00:55:02-01:28:52). We finish with Fyre Fest of the week (01:28:52-01:44:45).


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 21, 2024

    Celtics Coach Joe Mazzulla Fresh Off The NBA Title, Oilers Force Game 6 And A Show Announcement

    Celtics Coach Joe Mazzulla Fresh Off The NBA Title, Oilers Force Game 6 And A Show Announcement

    The Celtics win the Title and the summer of Hank is officially on. We talk about Monday night, Finals MVP, Mavs future and more (00:00:00-00:32:36). We then talk about the Oilers dragging the Panthers back to Edmonton and RIP Willie Mays (00:32:36-00:44:16). Hot Seat/Cool Throne including Rory's non apology and Jerry O'Connell's congratulations to Hank (00:44:16-01:09:59). Celtics Coach Joe Mazzulla joins the show to talk about Monday night, coaching with a torn MCL, what he said to the team before winning it all, when Hank needs to shave his head by and tons more (01:09:59-01:41:03). We finish with a show announcement (01:41:03-02:01:05).


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 19, 2024

    All Time US Open, Smylie Kaufman Calls In From Pinehurst, Mike Florio Talking Football + Celtics And Panthers Drop An Stinkers In Game 4's

    All Time US Open, Smylie Kaufman Calls In From Pinehurst, Mike Florio Talking Football + Celtics And Panthers Drop An Stinkers In Game 4's

    Incredible Sunday finish to the US Open as Bryson DeChambeau wins and Rory chokes. We talk about Rory leaving Pinehurst before doing media and Bryson's complete 180 (00:00:00-00:27:21). Celtics get smoked in Game 4 and we check in on Hank's mentals before Game 5 (00:27:21-00:37:23). The Panthers laid an egg in Edmonton and that series is going back to Florida (00:37:23-00:46:01). Who's back of the week including Bill Belichick's new girlfriend and Jimmy Carter sleeping through full days (00:46:01-01:08:39). Smylie Kaufman joins us from Pinehurst after an incredible US Open and gives us a breakdown of what he witnessed following the last 2 groups on Sunday, Rory's putts, and more (01:08:39-01:45:00). Mike Florio joins the show to talk some football with the guys before teams break for the summer (01:45:00-02:35:50). We finish with Max's minute (02:35:50-02:47:10)


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    Pardon My Take
    en-usJune 17, 2024

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