- Andrew Luck Is A Top 5 Quarterback And Nobody's Impressed -- Why?
- Two People Shot, One Stabbed In San Francisco World Series 'Celebration'
- Are The Giants Officially A Dynasty? Opinions Vary, We Investigate
- Why Is Everyone Giving Gregg Popovich Shit?
- Ace Jon Lester Makes Pitch For Young Pal Fighting Cancer
Looking for NFL betting analysis that doesn’t suck? There’s a podcast for that. Here’s Episode 2, previewing Week 4.
Looking for NFL betting analysis that doesn’t suck? There’s a podcast for that. Here’s Episode 1, previewing Week 3.
RotoExperts’ new Fantasy podcast features Fantasy Sports Writers Association Hall of Famer Scott “The King” Engel and professional baseball player Rusty Ryal (Philadelphia Phillies). Rusty goes deep inside the numbers to predict the forward-looking production of hot topic players such as Alfredo Simon, David Wright and Wilin Rosario. He also gives in-depth scouting reports on Gregory Polanco and Matt Davidson. The guys also start talking Fantasy Football for 2014. Listen here.
This week on Off The Grid, we talk about our favorite sporting event of all time: The World Cup. But what exactly is the World Cup, and why is it so important, and why is it so important that you find a way to get out of work to watch it? The guys provide plenty of excuses, strategies and things you should know as the soccer tourney approaches.
In this new era of the SportsGrid NSFW podcast, Off The Grid, we talk about how things work. Sports things, to be exact. Our first topic is ourselves: What is SportsGrid? Where do we fit in the larger mural that is sports media and entertainment? And what makes us write about the things we do? All that, and more, inside.
Off The Grid this week features a frank conversation on the role of cheerleaders in today’s sporting world (plus, boobs), a discussion on Roy Hibbert’s incredible fall from grace (Game 2 aside) and we give thanks for the Draft nonsense being over. Plus, bye Matt.
This week on Off The Grid, we talk about the story everyone is talking about (Donald Sterling), get hockey explained to us by someone who ostensibly knows better, and say good-bye, sorta, to Matt.
Off The Grid For April 25, 2014: Rigging The NBA, Chimp Football And Bringing The Loan System To America
Off The Grid is just going to have a be a Friday thing from now on, okay? Good. Anyway, this week the guys talk about the likelihood of the NBA actually rigging the playoffs, if we’d watch chimpanzees and other animals play sports and how American sports would be affected by adopting the “loan system.”
FNTSY Sports Network’s Pat Mayo, Garion Thorne and Tim Anderson open with a review of Mayo’s Sunday FAAB Waiver Wire session, assessing the pickups of George Springer ($69), Matt Harrison ($3), Josmil Pinto ($2), Neil Walker ($9), Kyle Farnsworth ($4), Henderson Alvarez ($1) and Kyle Gibson ($2). Mayo proclaims Carlos Gomez and his #BaseballSwag as his new undisputed favorite player in baseball. Anderson does not share his enthusiasm.
This week, Off The Grid is a day late. Sorry about that. Please forgive us and listen to the guys try to understand what makes playoff hockey so great, discuss the relative immaturity of a 23-year-old superstar from Cuba and ask a “Fexpert” who will win the big game/how to land a job at Hooters/other burning questions.