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    NFL 2021 Week #1: The Ray Rice Curse

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 120:00

    The first of eighteen weeks of NFL begins in full, and Jay and Dre dig in to each game ATS. The scoreboard in Nashville gets an early workout as the Cardinals visit the Titans, The Steelers have a colossal task if they want to start this season undefeated as they battle the Bills, the Jameis Winston Era in New Orleans starts in Jacksonville hosting Green Bay(?), and the Browns get a tough test facing a healthy Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs. On Monday, the cursed RB room in Baltimore heads out to Vegas to tackle the Raiders.   Theme music credit: "Spheres" by Robbero   (CC BY 3.0)

    NFL 2021 Preview: NFC + Cowboys vs. Buccaneers

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 114:00


    The guys continue their season preview with their NFC breakdown. Tom Brady joined up with Bruce Arians and a fantastic defense to surge through the playoffs on the road as a Wild Card and knock off the defending champion Chiefs for the World title. Will the Bucs repeat that improbable run? Will the Packers make one last push to the top in what seems to be Aaron Rodgers' Last Dance? Will Sean Payton bring the Saints back to glory in their post-Brees era? Who will emerge from the wild wild West? And does Dre keep celebrating his Bears bringing in Justin Fields once the games begin and Andy Dalton mans the helm? Speaking of games, Dre and Jay pick the first game of the new year in Tampa between Dak Prescott's Cowboys and the World champion Buccaneers.   Theme music credit: "Spheres" by Robbero   (CC BY 3.0)


    NFL 2021 Preview: AFC

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 131:00

    The NFL season opener is just around the corner, so the boys are here to get your juices flowing with their szn previews--starting with tonight's AFC preview. Will Patrick Mahomes come back from his bad foot to once again lead Kansas City to the top of the conference? Will Lamar Jackson put it together and lead Baltimore back to the Big Game? Is it time for Josh Allen to take Buffalo to the head of the table? Can the physicality of a Derrick Henry-A.J. Brown-Julio Jones trio take Tennessee to the pinnacle? Will the Steelers, the Browns, the Chargers, or a surprise contender step up? Listen in for ninety minutes of fun pigskin chat!   Theme music credit: "Spheres" by Robbero   (CC BY 3.0)

    KONS: Pure Adrenaline

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 125:00

    With football szn just around the corner, Jay and Dre discuss what has stood out to them during this truncated preseason. The baseball campaign heads into its final month as teams continue to find their way after the wildest trade deadline in history. And Dre talks about the rush that all wrestling fans felt a week ago with the Chicago appearance by C.M. Punk.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    IMLD's 2021 NFL Hall of Infamy Induction Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 104:00

    All the gold jackets and accolades have been given out in Canton. The NFL Hall of Fame returned to normal this weekend, but the IMLD Hall of Infamy always has the last word. Join Dre and this year's inductor Jay as the football world has its newest infamous men (or women or events or quotes) immortalized in the 2021 edition of the Hall of Imfamy!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    IMLD's 2021 MLB Hall of Infamy Induction Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021 109:00

    As life continues to turn back to normal in the year 1 A.C. (After COVID), baseball will have its normal Hall of Fame ceremony in front of people. But we at IMLD didn't miss a beat, getting in our Hall of Infamy inductions last year and this. There are still no shortages of people and events that are infamous and deserve their own spotlight. Join Jay and this year's hardball inductee Dre for all the pomp and circumstance!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS: Take Me Out To The (Foot)Ballgame...

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 132:00

    Jay and Dre catch up on the happenings in this second Summer of COVID, coinciding with a Summer of Guns, as the Washington Nationals found out firsthand. The NBA Finals swing sharply from Suns in 4 to Bucks possibly running off 4 in a row. The Olympics are a hot mess, and they haven't even started yet. And Jay took his kids to a Cubs-Brewers game and a Bears-Pack clash broke out.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS: Death To The Spin Doctors

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 124:00

    Jay and Dre check in on the sports world as the summer heats up. What will become of the new crackdown by MLB on "substance abuse" by pitchers? What will become of Julio Jones in his new role as veteran receiver for the Titans? Is the new blood rising in the NBA playoffs good for the game or a poor substitute for the missing stars? And how horrifying is it to have feet on your back as part of your massage?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS: Bears Yay Or Nay w/ FFRR

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 135:00

    Dre said the Chicago celebration for the Bears moving up to draft Justin Fields would last all summer, and Dre and Jay welcome Kass and one of the biggest Bears fanatics, Renard from Football Fan Rush Radio to chat about the pick. Is it cause for partying in Chi-Town, or is it just a desperate last-minute gambit by GM Ryan Pace? Should the fans feel confident that Matt Nagy can coach Fields up? Is the Chi setting itself up for another diasppointment? And who should take the field in Week 1, Fields or "QB1" Andy Dalton?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS 2021 NFL Draft Aftermath: Welcome To Soldier Fields

    Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2021 163:00

    The first round of the NFL Draft had a shadow hanging over it this year, as news of Packers great Aaron Rodgers' discontent spread everywhere. But while the presence of Green Bay possibly trading their Hall of Famer away was felt, it was division rival Chicago that made the bold move up (again) to get a new quarterback in Justin Fields. Jay and Dre look back on a night that saw three signal callers go in the first three picks and five in the first round overall, and a night that felt celebratory and over-the-top, just as you'd think the league would do in its first Draft with fan interaction since COVID.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS 2021 Oscars Preview: Dark Chicago Chronicles

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 153:00

    Jay and Dre are happy to welcome back Dave the Movie Expert to examine 2020's eccentric list of movies nominated for the Academy Award. In the wake of last year's nationwide police evildoing, 1960s Chi-Town unrest is fertile ground for two different films. Will one of them claim the Oscar? Will Chadwick Boseman be posthumously honored with a Best Actor statue? And how the heck did the two standout performances in Judas and the Black Messiah both garner Supporting Actor nominations? Supporting who, each other??   Aftershow: Dre finally reviews WrestleRainia   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS: Hello? Is This Thing On??

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 77:00

    Jay and Dre relive the, um, unique experience that was their baseball fantasy league holding an all-day draft over Zoom. It went about as one would expect. Jay also reviews his family vacation in Missouri, and Dre talks about COVID vaccinations. And because it's a potpourri show, who knows what else will be discussed.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS Wrestlemania XXXVII Preview: Livin' On The Edge

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 102:00

    WWE gets to rewind and try Wrestlemania in the same venue as they would have last year before Coronavirus struck. There will be thousands less in attendance than there would be in the Super Bowl champions house in Tompa Bay, but there will be some fans. So what does WWE do after having a fiftysomething (Oldberg) fighting for a title last year? They have a near-fiftysomething (Edge) fighting this year for a title. When will WWE admit they have a problem building new stars? Jay and Dre welcome Jerry the Wrestling Expert to chat about the go-home Raw and the upcoming wknd. They also will touch on the ongoing best story in wrestling, the rise of All Elite.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS 2021 Baseball Preview: Full-Length Feature

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2021 141:00

    Last year thanks to COVID, baseball was not The Show. It was more like a Three Stooges short. But now the whole full-length feature returns, and Jay and Dre check out every team as the normal 162 is set to be played. Dre's White Sox and Jay's Cubbies are going in different directions. What are their thoughts on the Chicago franchises? What clubs are ready to make the jump into legit contenders? And after finally reaching the pinnacle, can the Dodgers do it again and win another World Series? No matter what happens, fans will celebrate as baseball gets a full slate again.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS 2021 March Badness Preview: A Glimmer Of Normalcy

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 103:00

    The Big Dance is back, and despite it not being the same as the countrywide tournament it usually is, we sports fans will gladly take it. It's the latest in the slow return to life as we used to know it before that damned virus. Jay and Dre dig into the brackets for their upsets and championship picks. With so many college hoops legacy teams struggling (and Duke not even in the field), it seems wide open for a squad not normally in title games to take the crown down. Will it finally be Gonzaga's year? Will Baylor rise to the occasion? Will one of the two Big Ten teams that grabbed top seeds come through? Join the boys for hot bracket chatter after a year of isolation.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS: Polar Week In America (Miami Not Invited)

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 133:00


    Snow and ice and harsh winter weather are no strangers to Chi-Town natives Jay and Dre. But Jay has resided in central Wisconsin for years, so he is even deeper immersed in polar weather, whereas Dre has resided in the Mid-South for the last decade and thus was ill-prepared for the Icing of America a couple weeks ago. The boys talk about their experiences with the awful conditions, and touch on other topics like a baseball exec saying the quiet part out loud, a basketball owner doing what he thought was best until the league got wind of it, and the John Cena of the NFL landing in the desert.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    Super Duper Bowl LV Recap: Tawmy's Seventh Heaven

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 108:00

    Jay called for a Super Duper Shellacking, and by God that's what he got. But no one could have seen this dominant Bucs smashing coming, not when Pat Mahomes had never lost a pro game by double digits coming in to the Big Game. The guys look back on a complete tail-whipping by Tompa Bay of Kansas City, which as it turns out is not the next Chicago Bulls, at least not yet.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    Super Duper Bowl LV: COVID Barber Almost Scalps Chiefs, Tawmy Next?

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2021 120:00


    In the latest oddity related to coronavirus in this NFL season, the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs were having haircuts administered by their team barber...when he was yanked mid-cut due to a positive COVID-19 test. The Chiefs were lucky to not have their Super Duper Bowl derailed by COVID, but now they face their toughest test--the ageless Tom Brady and the homestanding Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Who do Jay and Dre have in this clash of youth versus experience? And what the heck else will happen before the Big Game is played??   Aftershow: The germ of an idea for a new wing of the Hall of Infamy   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    IMLD's 2020 Honors & Dishonors

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 135:00

    This NFL season was as unique as any, with all the uncertainty thanks to the (1st?) Year of COVID-19. But somehow the season went through, every game was eventually played no matter the delays, and the cream rose to the top while the crap sank to the bottom. Jay and Dre welcome their listeners to their annual Honors and Dishonors, giving the awards that the league doesn't want to give. The best--and worst--from 2020 will be recognized, so log on and enjoy the show!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL Conf. Finals 2021: Young Guns & Elder Statesmen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2021 43:00


    The boys sneak in their thoughts on the two conference title games an hour before Championship Sunday kicks off. First, the old lions decide the NFC in winter conditions as Tom Brady leads Tampa Bay into the frozen tundra to battle Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Then the young cubs settle the AFC as Josh Allen takes Buffalo into chilly Kansas City to challenge Patrick Mahomes and the defending champion Chiefs.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    Conf. Semis Keep Em Honest Recap

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 82:00


    Jay and Dre check in with an earlier-than-usual recap of the NFL 2021 Divisional Round. They'll examine how Green Bay surgically dismantled the Los Angeles Rams, how Buffalo held Baltimore to a field goal, how Kansas City barely survived Cleveland, and how Tampa Bay sent Drew Brees into retirement and New Orleans to the showers.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    NFL Conf. Semis 2021: Grumpy Old Quarterbacks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2021 168:00


    The Divisional Round in 2021 has a distinct QB youth movement in the AFC and a battle of all-time greats in the NFC. Jay and Dre look back on a wild Wild Card Wknd in the NFL before breaking down the upcoming divisional round games. On Saturday, Jared Goff and his collapsible thumb lead the Rams to the fronzen tundra to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Later, two hot shot QBs square off as Lamar Jackson's Ravens pay a visit to Josh Allen's Bills. On Sunday, Baker Mayfield's Miracle Browns draw the World champion Kansas City Chiefs. Finally, two fortysomethings meet up for a third game this season as Tom Brady's Buccaneers battle Drew Brees's Saints.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    NFL Wild Card 2021: Looters Attack The Capitol, Where's The Defense?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2021 157:00


    A buzzworthy finish to the 2020 season sets up the NFL's first Super Wild Card Wknd, with six games instead of the usual four. Jay and Dre try to decipher the decisions of Week 17 before sharing their Pick-6. On Saturday the playoffs begin with the patron saints of early Wild Card games, the AFC East champion Bills, as they host Philip Rivers and the Colts. Then the Rams drag Jared Goff and his busted thumb to Seattle to take on Russell Wilson and the NFC West champion Seahawks. In the nightcap, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers invade DC where Chase Young and the NFC East champs hope to defend Washington better than the Capitol Police. On Sunday the two most destructive ground attacks clash as Lamar Jackson and the Ravens visit Derrick Henry and the AFC South champion Titans. Then Mitch Trubisky and the Bears play the only not-chilly game of the wknd in the Superdome versus Drew Brees and the NFC South champion Saints. Finally, Baker Mayfield and the Browns attempt to rise from under the shadow of their daddies, the AFC North champion Steelers.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    NFL 2020 Week #17: Coin, Meet COVID. COVID, Coin.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 173:00

    Nothing is as aggravating as picking football games in Week 17, what with all the uncertainty surrounding which players are playing and which aren't and which are going to start but then sit after a couple of 1st downs. That's why Jay and Dre started flipping a coin for giggles to see how much better a literal coin flip would do in the NFL's final regular-season action. Now, enter the coronavirus. What was already a maddening exercise becomes that much more difficult, as several teams are battling COVID outbreaks as they try to prepare for the playoffs. The boys and the Coin do their best to find the surest plays for Sunday. There will be a ten-win team in the AFC that will miss the postseason, even with the extra Wild Card slot. Will it be the Colts, Titans, Dolphins, Ravens, or Browns? In the NFC, which squad--the Cards, Bears, or Rams--will fall out of the playoffs? And who will finally claim the putrid NFC East?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #16: Watch-Along While On The Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2020 142:00

    Jay and Dre host their regular football party while the Dolphins play the Raiders, so join the boys for a watch-along while they talk football! They recap Week 15 in the NFL before picking the Week 16 slate. The Rams and Seahawks have a division title game of sorts, The Colts can take a playoff spot (with some help from the Raiders) if they knock off the Steelers, but if they don't, the Titans can clinch the AFC South with a win in Green Bay on Sunday night.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    2020 Week 16 Saturday Three-Way

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2020 45:00

    A small Christmas football party is apropos for 2020, so like many people, Jay and Dre will have a short gathering. The boys host a 30-minute special to get you ready for the NFL Saturday tripleheader. First, the Buccaneers try to solidify their playoff position by taking down the Lions in Detroit. If they falter, the Cardinals can immediately take a step up in the NFC if they can beat the 49ers. In the nightcap, the Dolphins can hold their AFC position and crush the hopes of the Raiders if the Fish can win in Vegas.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #15: Will The Real Steelers Please Stand Up?

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2020 145:00

    Now that their undefeated season is up in smoke, the Pittsburgh Steelers are free of the pressure, free to right the ship, free to...get whooped in primetime by the Bills. They're so off, the biggest Steelers megafan called in to the last show...and picked against them correctly! Where does Steeltown go from here? Jay and Dre chat about all of the silliness from Week 14, including another all-time ATS bad beat that they both won, then they look ahead to Week 15. The Patriots get to hear Taps in their heads for their slim playoff hopes if they lose in Miami, the Chiefs and Saints battle in the Superdome, and Baker Mayfield and the Browns have arrived and get flexed into Sunday night as they visit the G-Men.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #14: Jay Ruth Calls His Shot

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2020 182:00

    There weren't a lot of "experts" predicting the Washington Potato Skins to knock off the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 13, but Jay was front and center, clearly stating that the Football Team would not only cover the spread but win outright. And unlike Dre usually does, Jay didn't predict the last undefeated team to lose several times before nailing it. The guys try to predict all the games in Week 14 after looking back on a busy week in the NFL. Can the Steel Curtain rebound Sunday night in Buffalo? Can the other one-loss squad, the Chiefs, survive a tough road test of their own in Miami? And which versions of the Ravens and Browns will show up when they clash Monday in Cleveland?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #13: Shameful

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2020 183:00

    Jay and Dre recap the longest week the NFL could ever have or ever imagine, from the morning of Thanksgiving all the way to the end of the Steelers win over the Ravens this past Wednesday evening. Week 12 was buzzworthy, but the buzz wasn't good news. The saga of that Wednesday game and the shameful exhibition of football in Denver put a large spotlight on how the league is handling the Year of Corona. Week 13 has its peculiarities as well. The guys pick all the games, including two AFC playoff contenders as the Browns face the Titans, two NFC West rivals as the Rams visit the Cards, and Arizona's stadium being repurposed as the 49ers home Monday when the Bills take on San Fran.   Aftershow:Extended QB talk w/ Steelers megafan Bryce in Brooklyn   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #12: Attack Of The Turkey Flu

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2020 155:00


    A rather large number of games will be affected by the latest spike of COVID-19 in our country, most notably the Ravens-Steelers matchup which may not take place at all since Baltimore seems to lose more players every day. Jay and Dre recap the awful Thanksgiving NFL "action" and quickly move on to deciphering what may go down as the most AWOL week in the NFL evah. On the docket for now: the Titans and Colts duke it out for control of the AFC South, the Chiefs and Bucs feature a battle of young money vs. old GOAT as Patrick Mahomes takes on Tom Brady, and on Sunday night, Mitch Trubisky gets another shot to lead the Chicago Bears as they visit their hated rivals in Green Bay.   Aftershow: The definitive list of "Random Allen" backup QBs   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    Week 11 Recap + 2020 Triple Gobble

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2020 119:00

    The boys need a Lock Intervention of some sort, as Dre has now dropped six straight Locks and Jay five of his last six. They look back on a wild Week 11 in the NFL, where they both managed only five wins, then they look ahead to this year's Thanksgiving contests. First, the Disciples of Belichick do battle as Romeo Crennel's Texans take on Matt Patricia's Lions. Then, what used to be Cowboys & Indians is now just a Football Team visiting Dallas. Finally, the Ravens try to avenge their Week 8 loss as they travel to Steeltown.    Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #11: Wishing For Winston?

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2020 180:00


    Jay and Dre pined for Jameis "Wild Thing" Winston on last week's show, and then Drew Brees came up with busted ribs, so the path seemed set for Winston to get some starts at QB for the Saints. However, genius coach Sean Payton may elect to use Taysom Hill as his starter despite his lack of experience at the position. The guys look at the happenings of Week 10 in the NFL before revealing their picks for Week 11. New Orleans with someone other than Brees under center will host the Falcons, a rematch of last year's playoffs features two physical teams as the Titans take on the Ravens, the Chiefs look for revenge in Vegas, and on Monday, a key NFC clash sees the Rams visiting the Bucs.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0   Aftershow: Spraying to all fields in Kings of Non Sequitur


    NFL 2020 Week #10: Double-Lock Lunkheads

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2020 187:00

    Jay and Dre spent the last show tempting fate by talking about all the other picks they could have chosen as Lock of the Week instead of the one they both chose, Arizona over Miami, and boy howdy, did they pick the wrong Lock. They both had good weeks despite the double-doink, and they chat about their Week 9 before diving in to the Week 10 picks. Those same Cards try for redemption hosting the Bills, their NFC West competition dance with eash other as the Seahawks battle the Rams, and athletic QBs are on the Sunday night menu as the Ravens visit the Patriots.   Aftershow: The boys play a little Real or Fake   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #9: Every Game Counts

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2020 180:00


    Now that Dre has taken a one-game lead over Jay for the NFL season picking ATS, Dre resisted the urge to demand that the records freeze here and now. Unlike the president, Dre and Jay have always counted every game as the truest test of their handicapping skills, and this year is no exception. The boys catch up on a busy Week 8 before jumping into the Week 9 docket, which features two all-timers on Sunday night as Drew Brees's Saints visit Tom Brady's Bucs. The Ravens try to rebound from a tough loss as they take on the Colts, and two division leaders do battle as the Bills host the Seahawks.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    NFL 2020 Week #8: It's The IMLD SPOOK-tacular, Charlie Brown!

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2020 153:00

    The spider webs are hung, the pumpkins are carved, and Jay and Dre are ready for the Halloween football party. The boys look back on their Week 7 picks--some good, some ghoulish--then they dig into Week 8, which features the Steelers in the week's highlight game again, this time visiting the Ravens. Sunday will also see the 49ers try to put a dent in the Seahawks' division lead, the Saints and the Bears do battle without their leading receivers, and the most horrifying, frightful mess of a game all year may be the winless Jets visiting the World champion Chiefs.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #7: Clash With The Titans

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2020 154:00

    The COVID-related postponement of the battle of undefeated teams between Pittsburgh and Tennessee was relocated to this week. Both squads are still undefeated, so the league gets to have a major clash despite the delay. Dre and Jay recap a contentious Week 6 which resulted in a split of their eight disagreements, then they dig into the upcoming Week 7 docket. In addition to Steelers-Titans, COVID concerns have moved the Tampa-Vegas game out of primetime for fear of having to kill it altogether, and instead the undefeated Seahawks play on Sunday night in Arizona. The 49ers coming off a big Sunday night win of their own travel to New England, and on Monday, the worst 5-1 team evah, the Bears, take on the Rams.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #6: The Only Thing For Sure Is...Nothing's For Sure

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2020 154:00


    Under no circumstances should any game on the schedule be considered a certainty for the rest of the season, but tentatively, there are twelve games coming this Sunday, followed by another Monday night doubleheader. Jay and Dre look at the occurrences of Week 5 in the NFL--the good (Dre goes 11-3), the bad (the Falcons finally hit rock bottom) and the ugly (Dak Prescott's disgusting busted ankle). Then the guys have their Week 6 picks against the spread. Control of the AFC North is at stake as the Browns take on the Steelers, two legendary QBs do battle as Aaron Rodgers takes the Packers to Tampa to play Tom Brady's Bucs, and on Monday, Pat Mahomes tries to revive the Chiefs after their first loss in almost a year as they visit Josh Allen's Bills.   Aftershow: Dre's harrowing cabin trip   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    NFL 2020 Week #5: And YOU Get The COVID! And YOU Get The COVID!

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 177:00

    The Oprah-inspired giveaway of coronavirus has officially made its way to the NFL, as Cam Newton, half the Titans, and others have been afflicted in the past week. Coronapalooza is wreaking havoc on the schedule, resulting in two Monday games last week and this week and a Tuesday nighter upcoming, and it's probably just the beginning. The boys look back on Jay's two-game sweep of Dre in Week 4 before moving on to their Week 5 picks. Two surprising 3-1 teams go head-to-head as the Colts take on the Browns, Philly and Pittsburgh have an intrastate clash, the Monday doubleheader this week has the Cam-less Pats hosting Brett Rypien's Broncos and the Chargers with their franchise QB Justin Herbert playing the Saints, then on Tuesday Tennessee will attempt to finally play in a battle of undefeated squads as they are slated to host the Bills.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #4: Can't Stop The Tennessee Goop

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2020 179:00

    Regardless of Week 3 winners and losers in the NFL, the news of the past week is that COVID-19 continues to ruin anything in its path, postponing what would have been a battle of undefeateds in Week 4 between the Steelers and Titans after a coronavirus outbreak in the Titan organization. Jay and Dre talk about an active Week 3 which saw Dre get on track with his first winning week of picks. Then they make their selections for Week 4, which features a spotlight of overhyped teams as the Browns take on the Cowboys, two playoff teams trying to avoid 0-4 as the Vikings visit the Texans, and two master strategists matching wits as Andy Reid's Chiefs host Bill Belichick's Patriots.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #3: Brought To You By Blue Cross, Or Red Cross

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2020 177:00

    There will reportedly be enough players to stage Week 3 in the NFL, and Jay and Dre will attempt to predict what will happen. It was another rough week for Dre in Week 2, especially for his Lock, which Jay tried to warn him would sink like the Titanic. The guys look back on a Week 2 that was fun for underdogs before they preview Week 3, which features a lights-out Monday night game between the AFC favorites Kansas City and Baltimore, two squads coming off tight victories going heads-up as the Cowboys take on the Seahawks, and a Sunday nighter between the Packers and Saints that unfortunately will be lacking two superstar wideouts.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #2: Vegas Baby Vegas!

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 172:00

    Jay opened the strange 2020 season much better than Dre did, including calling his shot on the upset of Week 1, the Cardinals straight up over the 49ers. The boys discuss the events of last weekend, then move into Overreaction Theatre for Week 2. Who's dead after one game and who's going to the Super Bowl?! Week 2 sees the Falcons and Cowboys trying to rebound off opening Ls, the Ravens and Texans featuring two dynamic QBs in Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson, the Patriots and Seahawks building off excellent opening games, and the Saints on Monday christening the Death Star in Las Vegas taking on the Raiders.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Week #1: Football Hurts

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 68:00

    The first week of games in the NFL this year will be the first week of game action for everyone since last season ended. With no preseason games, how many guys will come up lame or miss a blocking assignment allowing their QB or RB to get blasted? Football hurts to play in any situation, but with no warm-up thanks to Coronapalooza, this week may be extra gruesome. The guys try to predict the action in a most unusual Week 1, which features the Packers and Vikings in the NFC North, the debut of Buccaneer Tommy visiting the Saints, and yet another Dallas Cowboys Sunday Night Football appearance, this time christening the new stadium in Los Angeles as they play the Rams.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    NFL 2020 Preview: Bursting Bubbles

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 153:00


    No one has to be told how much uncertainty goes into this upcoming football season in this the year of Coronapalooza. Jay and Dre begin the eighth campaign of their podcast previewing the most unusual NFL campaign in modern history. With no preseason action, all the teams have to boot up ice cold. Who's equipped to handle these circumstances and go all the way to the title? It may be the champion Chiefs, and the boys weigh in early on Kansas City as they open Thursday night hosting the Texans in a rematch of a most memorable playoff game. Can the Ravens and Lamar Jackson blast through their playoff brick wall? Can the 49ers recover from having a 4th-quarter Super Bowl lead and blowing it? And who will miss the other more, Tom Brady or Bill Belichick?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0


    Kings Of Non Sequitur: Fail To The Redskins w/ Tim the DC Correspondent

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 133:00

    The Washington Redskins are a famous NFL team with a long and rich history. They have multiple league titles and Super Bowl trophies, many Hall of Fame players and coaches...and now they have no name. Jay and Dre talk about the decision by owner Dan Snyder to strip the team of its controversial mascot, and they ask longtime DC resident and former classmate Tim about the local reax to the situation. Was this change a necessary and inevitable decision, or were the Skins swept up in the 2020 political climate?   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    IMLD's 2020 NFL Hall of Infamy Induction Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 129:00

    You thought you were going to start your August getting hyped for football by watching the NFL Hall of Fame game and the weekend's inductions. Well, Coronapalooza 2020 mowed that down. Enter your trusty IMLD hosts to fill the void. The NFL Hall of Fame/Hall of Infamy show will give you your pigskin fix as memories of Super Bowl halftime shows, criminally insane players, and gruesome injuries get the shine that they richly deserve. Join Jay and this year's emcee Dre for the only football induction show that matters!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    Kings Of Non Sequitur: 2020 Baseball Preview

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2020 132:00

    It's a 60-game sprint instead of a 162-game marathon thanks to the coronavirus, but baseball will attempt to get its 2020 campaign on. There are many different rule changes, including universal DH for the first time, and every game atmosphere will be a little different as cheering crowds are replaced by sound effects. Jay and Dre try to interpret how this strange year will play out. Will the Nationals find a way to repeat? Will the top teams remain at the top with such a low ceiling for any struggling? Will any underdogs surge to the playoffs off a hot win streak? No matter the prognosis, MLB in the midst of a pandemic is happening. Damn the torpedoes!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    IMLD's 2020 MLB Hall of Infamy Induction Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 132:00

    The year 2020 continues along in its own unique way, and IMLD continues to adapt. Normally the Hall of Infamy inductions take place when the actual sport holds its Hall of Fame weekend, but there's no need to wait since those weekends are shuttered. So the Baseball Hall of Infamy will fill some of your entertainment void in the quietest July evah. Jay does the honors of inducting this year, so join Dre in enjoying the festivities!   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    Kings Of Non Sequitur: Dre Got The Goop!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2020 120:00

    The pandemic sweeping the nation arrived at the door of IMLD host Dre and his wife as well. He and Jay discuss the COVID-19 situation, and Dre talks about symptoms, medical advice and awareness.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    Kings Of Non Sequitur: iN tHeSe tRoUbLiNg TiMeS, wE'rE HeRe FoR yOu

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020 149:00

    Whether it's a global pandemic or another horrifying video of cops ending a life, one thing never ceases: Corporations and their ability to get out the message that they care and you can depend on them. Hey, they gotta find a way to get to your cash somehow. Jay and Dre discuss these "uncertain times," the George Floyd protests, and where each league stands in the slow progression towards sports returning to our lives.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    KONS 2020 NFL Draft Aftermath: At Least It's Something To Watch!

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 148:00

    A record 15.6 million folks watched the first round of this year's NFL Draft, a ratings record, and only the most blind sheep are pretending that it's because of the thirst for football and not out of sheer boredom. (Those sheep are out there, tho.) The spectacle of seeing how the event would go down was also a draw, and mostly, it came off well. Jay and Dre examine the happenings of the world's most widely viewed business meeting, which had its moments--the saga of Tua, a snatched cell phone, the Rodgers Replacement Pick, and lots of breathless trade scenarios that ultimately went nowhere.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

    Kings Of Non Sequitur Wrestlemania XXXVI Preview: They're Really Doing This??

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2020 124:00

    You may be surprised to learn that with all other real sports cancelling everything due to COVID-19, someone somewhere still thinks it's a good idea to have a special event. You won't be surprised to find out that it's the same company that once continued a show after one of its workers fell to his death right in their ring in front of thousands. The WWE's annual Wrestlemania is still taking place, but in a most unusual format--in an empty gym, pre-taped so that they can edit all the missed spots, and spread over two nights because with no crowd flying in for the one big show, there's no reason to have one bloated six-hour broadcast.  Jay and Dre, joined by Jerry the Wrestling Expert, chat about the weirdest Wrestlemania ever and also talk about the exciting past year in wrestling outside McMahonland.   Theme credit: "Deep Of The Street" by Jeremie Guerrier   CC BY-ND 4.0

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