We're back in the saddle. It's been a crazy few weeks for us. Eddie is planning his wedding, Cavi's music stuff is taking off and Tommy's cleaning business is in full swing. So, we slacked. Last night, Cavi and Eddie sat down with intern Kyle to try to shake the rust off. It wasn't our best effort. We're always honest with you. But we talked about Meek Mill, Fantasy Football, Conor McGregor and the Ball family.
On this week's episode the guys dive into the accusations that Steph Curry has a foot fetish and speculate on what fetishes other athletes have. We all agree that Al Michaels made a terrible choice with his inappropriate joke and explore the topic. We talk about the effects of Zeke's suspension. Finally, we discuss how bad we are at picking NFL games and how good we are at picking college football games.
On this week's episode the guys talk about the the continued NFL kneeling situation that now involves Vice President Mike Pence. They also discuss this week's big time NFL injuries. They end the NFL talk by discussing Dolphin's disgraced Coach Foerester. Tommy then give us his opinion on Dana White calling out Jason Aldean and the state of the UFC's Mighty Mouse.
This week the guys are joined by our long lost, former co-host, Paul for our most controversial episode ever. We delve into the "to kneel or not to kneel" NFL debate. A strong attempt is made to stay focused on sports, but we felt this subject affected so many people that it would be an injustice not to discuss it. This discussion offers you four different perspectives on the subject. Cavi is liberal to a fault, Tommy is firmly moderate, Eddie is politically apathetic and Paul leans to the...
This week the guys talk about their picks for College Football week 2. They elaborate on the Penn State, Notre Dame and Oklahoma games. The conversation then moves to the NFL and Zeke's suspension. Finally, Cavi asks the question: Is it time for the historically great NFL quarterbacks to pass the torch?
We open tonight's show with a discussion about the leaked nudes of Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn. Congrats on the dick, Tiger. We then pivot to week 1 of College football. We breakdown the Penn State, Notre Dame and Alabama games. Cavi had a great weekend picking games, but he couldn't even have predicted the Howard over UNLV win. We finish the show discussing Paul's beef with the new enemy of the show, Dan Le Batard.
It's Friday and we have our third bite-sized podcast of the week for you! Since we're taking you into the weekend, we decided to keep it light. Today we explore the question on everyone's mind. Do sports and politics mix? We discuss Kevin Durant, Chris Long and other athletes that have recently blurred the lines between athletics and politics. As always, we want to know what you think as well.
For the second installment of of our "bite sized podcasts," we explore Rodger Goodell's Top 5. We discuss concussions, replacement refs, the Pro Bowl, Deflategate and we want to know what you think! Tweet us: @PointAfterShow
Listen, PAS-holes. It's been a slow week in sports news. So, we're bringing you three bite-sized podcasts. The first one will explore why we love fantasy football, what makes a great draft, our favorite fantasy football memories and we'll debate what's more important in the pride vs. prizes segment. This week's podcasts will be short versions for your lunch breaks, drives to and from work or smoke breaks. Let us know what you think on Twitter: @PointAfterShow
On this episode of The Point After Show, we discuss Marshawn Lynch sitting during the national anthem. We also talk about the NFL's suspension of Zeke Elliot. Tommy and Cavi try to convince Ed that the Conor McGregor Song is amazing. We talk Arena football, that's right. Finally Ed and Tommy talk PGA golf.
The guys begin this week's episode by paying tribute to the late, great Darren Daulton. The talk then ventures into the exploration of a wee that doesn't make sense. Steph Curry did well in a PGA Event, Jay Cutler became the new quarterback of the Miami Dolphins and Usain Bolt lost his last 100 meter dash race. Is the world in the spin cycle?
This week the show seems to be filled with troublemakers! We discuss Goldberg from the Mighty Ducks and his recent $151 theft. Chris Christie verbally accosted a Cubs' fan, we debate if he's the most hated man in America. We reluctantly give Lavar Ball some airtime and talk about how every referee in the world hates him now. The topic of Colin Kaepernick and the Ravens also becomes a hot button topic. Oh, we also talk about Beltre's 3000th hit.
It seems like everyone wanted to challenge someone or something this week. So, in this week's episode we discuss OJ Simpson vs. the Nevada parole board, Phelps vs. a super imposed great white shark, Connor McGregor vs. Draymond Green on instagram, Kyrie Irving vs. LeBron James' overbearing ass, Blumstien vs. the World Series of Poker and Spieth vs. the Open!
In this action packed episode of The Point After Show the guys discuss: - The McGregor / Mayweather Press Tour - Allen Iverson not playing in Philadelphia - The World Series of Poker - Ryan Lockte cleared of Rio charges - Danny Amendola modeling career - Jon Jones loves cocaine - Sammy Sosa's fashion choices
Happy 4th of July, everyone! Happy birthday, America. Enjoy everything that is American today... for example, The Point After Show's podcast. We're American AF! Today we discuss NBA Free Agency, specifically how much money Steph Curry is making. We also talk about Snoop Doog's new gig with he UFC, our recent success with fantasy NASCAR and golf, and today's competitive eating challenges.
On a special Thursday edition of The Point After Show, we sit down with former Professional Wrestler, Vin Gerard. Vin also happens to be Gerard Durling, the owner of Powerbomb.tv, a new independent wrestling streaming service. In this wildly interesting interview, we discuss how Gerard got started in pro wrestling, the intricacies of the profession, his thoughts on the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission and his new streaming service for independent wrestling fans.