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Anthony opens up celebrating the return of fans to Eagles games, gets excited about Nick Sirianni, and talks Phillies playoff chances (0:00:00-0:21:09). Anthony gets to the phones to talk to fans about their plans for the first Eagles home game (0:21:21-0:43:14). Zach Berman of The Athletic joins Anthony to talk Nick Sirianni, and preview Eagles 49ers (0:43:26-0:55:26). Anthony gets back to the phones (0:55:26-1:59:28). They air the Nick Sirianni press Conference (1:59:28-2:15:35). Anthony takes more calls (2:15:47-2:32:40). Anthony and Andrew give out their picks for Sundays NFL games (2:32:52-2:40:15). Tyrese Maxey joins the show to talk about being at Fan fest tomorrow (2:40:15-END).
Anthony started today's show wondering if your outlook on the Eagles has changed since pre-season with the win on Sunday. The Phillies somehow managed to pull out a win with a walk off passed ball against the Cubs. Where are you with them (00:00-1:13:32). Pregame co-host Derrick Gunn joins the show breaking down the Eagles in getting ready for the 49ers. (1:13:32-1:25:00) Back to the phones for your reactions (1:25:00-1:46:05) “The Geek” joins us with your fantasy football information for this weekend (1:46:05-2:02:28) The rest of the show was your calls (2:02:28-2:50:12)
Middle of the week and the energy from the Eagles win on Sunday is still going strong. Anthony still a little cautious started off the show excited for a legit coaching staff. (00:00-21:30) To the phone lines we go for your calls and “scouting reports” (21:30-1:05:29) We aired Nick Sirianni's press conference (1:05:29-1:18:56) Your reactions from the Coach and a deep thought question, does a straw have one hole or two? (1:18:56-1:47:24) Kevin Negandhi joins the show talking about the Eagles (1:47:24-2:01:27) The rest of the show was your calls (2:01:27-2:49:30)
Anthony opens the show still high off the Eagles Week 1 win. Despite the sample size being very small, Ant feels very good about the present and the future of this team (0:00-42:38). Ant had an awkward situation with his oldest son. Eagles' reporter Jeff McLane joins the show to discuss this past Sunday's game and looks ahead to the 49ers matchup (42:38-1:25:33). The guys discuss Lamar Jackson's performance in last night's Ravens/Raiders matchup. Ant has some rules when it comes to wearing a backpack (1:25:33-2:10:38). The guys discuss ESPN's ranking of the top 10 baseball teams of all time. Ant takes a few more calls to finish out the show (2:10:38-2:52:58).
Ant opens the show reacting to the Eagles huge win against the Falcons in Atlanta yesterday. He was completely blown away with how impressive Nick Sirianni, Johnathon Gannon, and Jalen Hurts looked. He knows the Falcons probably aren't a very good team, however he can't help but to get excited about this new regime (0:00-42:40). Andrew is shocked to see a coach actually have a game-plan that compliments the quarterback. The guys take a look at how the rest of the NFL played this weekend including Carson Wentz (42:40-1:27:19). Andrew plays Cuz the Eagles/Falcons Playback! The guys discuss how Nick Sirianni looked in his first game as a head coach (1:27:19-2:11:37). Ant introduces “What Happened Yesterday?” He then takes a few more phone calls to finish out the show (2:11:37-2:55:54).
Today on the Anthony Gargano show, IT'S HERE!! FOOTBALL FRIDAY!! The start of the Eagles season is right around the corner and we are getting ready for Sunday. Breaking down all things Birds and doing little something different on Friday's and asking our friends if there is a lock Prop Drop you would place on any Sunday game? (00:00-1:04:56) Zack Berman, from the Athletic, joins the show giving his insight for Sunday (1:04:56-1:22:33). More of your calls (1:22:33-1:47:39). We took a pause for Coach Siranni's press conference (1:47:39-1:57:41). The rest of your calls for the rest of the show and Anthony & Choonis' picks to wrap up this Football Friday (1:57:41-2:51:49)
Tonight's the night! Football is finally here. Ant can't contain his excitement anymore as he gets us ready for NFL Week 1 by compiling 100 things that we love about football. The guys also discuss the difference between Jalen Hurts and Carson Wentz (0:00-43:01). Anthony pays his respect to the great Big Daddy Graham. NFL reporter Derrick Gunn joins the show to discuss the start of the Eagles 2021 season (43:01-1:28:11). The show discusses if there's any chance we see Gardner Minshew as a starter this season. Legendary Phillies manager Charlie Manuel joins the show! (1:28:11-2:15:08). Anthony introduces “The Geek” who will help you win your fantasy football league. Ant then takes a few more phone calls to finish out the show (2:15:08-2:53:48).
Anthony opens the show, and he is feeling the Eagles love as we approach the season opener, and asks Eagles fans to renew their Eagles vows (0:00:00-0:20:42). Then he gets to the callers, and they talk about their Eagles love, and excitement for the season (0:20:54-1:04:28). Later they air the Nick Sirianni Press conference (1:04:40-1:19:59). Anthony reacts to what Sirianni said, and takes more calls (1:19:59-1:51:10). Kevin Negandhi Joins the show to talk Eagles Week 1 (1:51:22-2:11:06). Anthony takes calls for the rest of the show (2:11:18-END).
Anthony opens the show with Eagles Fever as he CAN'T WAIT for Sunday's opening game. He explains how excited he is to have football back in general, not just the Eagles. The guys also discuss the Phillies up and down weekend and take a look at their upcoming schedule (0:00-45:15). As much as Ant loves football, there's one thing he can't stand when it comes to the NFL season. Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane joins the show to discuss Eagles/Falcons Week 1 (45:15-1:28:44). Ant believes, despite what Ben Simmons camp is telling you, you can't trade Ben away for pennies on the dollar. The guys take a look at the Eagles new unofficial depth chart (1:28:44-2:12:54). They then do a deep breakdown of the Eagles offense and defense. Anthony then takes a few more phone calls to finish out the show (2:12:54-2:54:29).
Hunter Brody fills in for Anthony Gargano, with Connor Thomas in for Andrew Salciunas. They open the show asking what we should expect from the eagles, and reacting to another win by the Phillies (0:00:00-0:20:26). Next segment they talk more about the Phillies, and if it is okay for us to have hope again after this team has hurt us before (0:20:38-0:42:20). Then the conversation turns to ben Simmons, with some callers even trying to defend the soon to be former Sixers PG (0:42:32-1:24:20). Mike Kaye joins the show to talk Eagles as we are just a little over a week from the season opener (1:24:32-1:43:55). Hunter takes calls for the rest of the show (1:44:07-END).
Hunter opens the show still frustrated with the Ben Simmons/Sixers situation. Now that a day has past and everything has sunk in, Hunter has a few questions regarding the Sixers going forward. The main questions he has: will Joel Embiid be better or worse without Ben Simmons on this team (0:00-42:21). Connor has some issues with Hunter's breakfast this morning. The show reacts to the Flyers signing Joel Farabee to a 6 year contract extension. Hunter also has some thoughts on Doc Rivers (42:21-1:23:43). Flyers forward Joel Farabee joins the show to discuss his new 6 year contract extension. Sixers' columnist Tom Moore joins the show to discuss the Ben Simmons/Sixers dilemma (1:23:43-2:05:19). What can we expect from this Eagles team with the starters getting very few preseason reps? Hunter has some thoughts on Kanye West's latest album (2:05:19-2:45:56).
Hunter Brody fills in for Anthony Gargano, with Connor Thomas filling in for Andrew Salciunas. Hunter and Connor open the show talking about the latest on ben Simmons, him wanting out, and deflecting blame (0:00:00-0:21:30). Then he goes to the phones to get the callers takes on Ben Simmons, and reacts to comments from Joel Embiid (0:21:42-1:03:41). Kevin Kinkead of Crossing Broad joins to discuss the Simmons situation (1:03:41-1:18:44). Then he takes calls for the rest of the show (1:18:44-end).
Hunter opens the show reacting to the Phillies fourth straight win. Despite being let down by the Phillies multiple times this year, he wants us to enjoy the moment and continue to ride with this team. The guys also react to the Patriots releasing quarterback Cam Newton (0:00-41:45). The show reacts to the Eagles trading lineman Matt Pryor to the Colts for a 6th round pick. The guys take a look at some other potential roster moves the Eagles could make today (41:45-1:25:01). Hunter reacts to the Bishop Sycamore fake high school story. He also wonders how Joe Girardi is going to handle the roster the final month of the season (1:25:01-2:02:54). Philadelphia Inquirer Phillies reporter Scott Lauber joins the show to discuss the Phillies recent hot streak. Hunter isn't sure what to expect from Nick Sirianni this season (2:02:54-2:42:44).
Hunter Brody is in for Cuz today. He opens the show reacting to the Eagles trading a 6th round pick for quarterback Gardner Minshew this weekend. He also is curious if people are still invested in the Phillies despite Rhys Hoskins and Zach Eflin being done for the year (0:00-42:27). The guys then discuss if Jake Paul is good for the sport of boxing. They also discuss Javier Baez's recent comments regarding Mets fans (42:27-1:23:50). Eagles' reporter Geoff Mosher joins the show to discuss the Gardner Minshew trade and the end of the preseason. Brody has some concerns with Miles Sanders (1:23:50-2:05:05). The guys breakdown the Phillies path to the playoffs. They also react to some breaking Carson Wentz news (2:05:05-2:47:05).
Andrew Salciunas fills in for Anthony Gargano, with Tom Alvord in his usual producer chair. Andrew talks about the Phillies seemingly being finished, and why he is upset Hurts won't start in the final preseason game (0:00-23:40). In the next segment, he talks more Phillies, is surprised by how optimistic some Eagles fans are, and goes to the phones (23:52-45:14). Then Andrew reacts to a Cowboys fan naming their son Dallas Cowboys, takes more phone calls, and talks more Phillies (45:26-1:06:56). Then he gets into an article that says the Sixers are the most stressed fan base in the NBA, and takes more calls (1:07:08-1:29:04). The next segment he discusses a story where a man was sent a bill after not showing up at a wedding he RSVP'd to, and Andrew and Tom debate which side of the story is right (1:29:16-2:15:00). Then for the rest of the show he takes for phone calls, talks more Phillies, and continues the wedding debate (2:15:00-END).
Anthony opens the show reacting to another brutal Phillies loss leading to another sweep. He believes this team will continue to get exposed, especially against good teams. Ant also wonders if people are at peace with the Eagles after their Super Bowl victory (0:00-44:20). Ant is over the bug bites we've all been dealing with this summer. Andrew doesn't like how some Philly fans are settling for mediocrity. Ant also wants to change around the NFL schedule (44:20-1:28:03). Andrew still has questions about Howie Roseman and Jeffrey Lurie. The guys debate the best appetizers (1:28:03-2:14:11). The guys take a look at the Phillies upcoming schedule. They also react to the Flyers signing Sean Couturier to a big contract extension (2:14:11-2:54:49).
Andrew Salciunas fills in for Anthony Gargano, with Tyler Zulli producing , they open the show debating if Jalen hurts should play in the final preseason game(0:00-22:43). In the next segment they continue the preseason debate, and also get into the Phillies inability to build a farm system (0:22:55-44:56). After that, they talk more Eagles, and also start a discussion about Sports movie, and Andrew gets into why he dislikes Rudy (45:08-1:06:12). More movie talk, and Andrew and Tyler wonder if the Eagles apathy will carry into the regular season (1:06:24-1:27:20). In the next segment they continue the should Hurt play debate and also vents after a caller tries to defend Ben Simmons (1:27:32-1:49:27). Andrew continues his rant against Ben Simmons, and asks if he should get back into the MCU movies after having not paid much attention to them lately (1:49:39-2:09:54). They discuss an article that asked MLB Players how to fix the MLB, and get into their feelings on the shift (2:10:06-2:30:44). In the final segment Andrew asks for advice on how to get into the MCU, and they talk more about the Phillies and about the shift (2:30:56-END).
Anthony declares today's show as a “Sports Purge.” He can tell that the city is still in a bit of a sports depression and he wants us all to release the negative toxins today. Ant wants to hear all of our frustrations with Ben Simmons, Howie Roseman, Aaron Nola, etc. (0:00-44:05). Ant goes to the phones to begin the first “Land of Philadelphia Purge.” The guys believe Jalen Hurts needs to play in the final game of the preseason (44:05-1:30:05). Andrew wants to Purge the Phillies. Would you pay $500 for a skateboard? (1:30:05-2:13:39). Cuz has a big time problem with the Marvel movies. Would you watch a Cuz-based superhero movie? Ant thinks Ben Simmons potentially holding out is a joke (2:13:39-2:57:19).
Anthony opens the show reacting to the Phillies series win over the San Diego Padres this weekend. Despite the big win, Ant is still soured from the Diamondbacks series and has very little faith that the Phillies can make a real run. He is also disgusted with the Sixers' organization (0:00-45:15). Ant wonders if the general public is invested in the NFL as a whole, not just the Philadelphia Eagles. Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino joins the show (45:15-1:29:38). The guys dive a bit deeper in the state of the NFL conversation. They also discuss the art of the fast food burger (1:29:38-2:15:41). The guys share some of their top 5 favorites. Ant takes a few more phone calls to finish out the show (2:15:41-2:56:13).
Anthony opens the show reacting to the embarrassing performance from the Phillies against the Diamondbacks this week. The Choonis Train is a “mangled mess” at the moment. The guys also discuss the Eagles subpar performance in last night's preseason game against the Patriots (0:00-44:40). Ant views the Eagles as a work in progress that is in the process of building a culture. The guys share their expectations for this upcoming Eagles season (44:40-1:29:01). The show reacts to Michael Rubin getting exclusive rights to MLB trading cards. Eagles' beat reporter Jeff McLane joins the show to discuss preseason game number 2 (1:29:01-2:14:27). The guys discuss how they got involved in sports radio since today is National Radio Day. They then rank their favorite types of stores and favorite places to have a beer (2:14:27-2:56:04).
Anthony opens the show reacting to yet another pathetic Phillies loss. Andrew is considering turning around the Choonis train for the first time in its existence. Ant is wondering if he is being too negative towards Philly sports in general (0:00-45:09). Ant compares this Eagles team to the 1999 team. He also wonders if basketball is overtaking football as America's most popular sport (45:09-1:29:11). Eagles' legend Ron Jaworski joins the show to discuss this upcoming season. Ant takes a look at the NFL TV ratings from last year (1:29:11-2:15:23). Former Daily News writer Elmer Smith joins the show. The guys then discuss the Eagles' running back room to finish out the show (2:15:23-2:56:48).
Anthony opens the show reacting to the Phillies brutal loss to the worst team in baseball last night. The guys are so frustrated with the Phillies lack of energy and inability to beat lesser teams. Ant is once again mad at the sports Gods for how they treat Philadelphia (0:00-44:50). Ant compares Ted Lasso to NFC East head coaches. This leads to a conversation about the change in professional coaching habits. The Athletic's Zach Berman joins the show to discuss Eagles camp so far and this week's scrimmage with the Patriots (44:50-1:27:54). The guys dive a little deeper in the coaching discussion. They then rank their favorite types of French fries (1:27:54-2:14:36). Ant asks what is the worst coaching experience you had as a kid? He then takes a few phone calls to finish out the show (2:14:36-2:56:39).
Ant opens the show reacting to the Sixers signing Joel Embiid to a super-max contract. He believes there is just one piece left that the Sixers need to get to be true contenders: Damian Lillard. Ant needs help from the city to get Dame to Philadelphia (0:00-42:28). The guys discuss what Eagles' jersey is the safest one to buy at this moment. The NBA Christmas Day Games will be released later today; Anthony wonders if the Sixers will be on the schedule (42:28-1:26:29). Cuz takes a few phone calls to help bring Dame Lillard to Philly. The guys then discuss the best and worst chain restaurants (1:26:29-2:12:10). Ant has a problem with Ben Simmons trolling us. He then takes a few more calls to finish out the show (2:12:10-2:55:54).
Anthony and Andrew opening the show saying that despite Aaron Nola, and the 2-4 weekend, they still see the Phillies winning the division (0;00:00-0:20:25). In the next segment, they discuss the Eagles, and not letting yourself get hyped by preseason, and keeping realistic expectations, because Anthony sees people getting too high on a team he doesn't think will be good, and also have a conversation about their favorite snack cakes (0:20:37-0:45:18). Then they get into the NFC East, and Anthony talks to some callers about Jalen hurts, plus they continue the snack cake topic (0:45:30-1:08:16). Anthony discusses the limitations he sees in hurts, and while although he is rooting for him, his expectations aren't high (1:08:28). Anthony takes more calls, talks about Jalen Hurts, and a little Ben Simmons (1:08:40-1:28:02). Then they get into the Phillies, and Anthony thinks Phillies need to sweep the D Backs to prove they are real (1:28:14-1:51:48).Then he gets back to the Eagles, talks about the Joint practices, and again warns people to set expectations too high (1:52:00-2:14:01-2:35:00). Anthony closes the show with more phone calls, more Phillies, and gives people one last chance to get on or off the Choonis train (2:35:00-End).
It is a Happy Friday on the Anthony Gargano show as “The Cuz” started off with feeling a little more confident in Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirani. Despite the loss in the first pre-season game, there were some positives to keep an eye on. The Phillies avoided a sweep of the Dodgers and the Sixers won their summer league game. (00:00-24:37) To the phones to talk to our friends about how they felt about the Eagles, Phillies and Philly Sports (24:37-1:52:54) Jeff McLane joins the show breaking down last night's Eagles Pre Season Game. (1:52:54-2:09:37) The rest of the show was your calls and how you're getting ready for the weekend (2:09:37-3:00:07)