Kevin Sheehan takes his 15-year sports radio career in DC to the podcast universe. His passion, knowledge, and historical perspective of all things DC sports has created a legion of fans over the years. Catch The Kevin Sheehan Show Monday-Friday, 6-9am EST on The Team 980 & TheTeam980.com.
9.27.23 Kevin opened the show discussing Sam Howell then did a "What Do Ya Got" on Deion Sanders' style of coaching. Kevin and Denton play NFL Buy or Sell. Thom Loverro, Washington Times, on the passing of Orioles legend Brooks Robinson and the Commanders' first three weeks.
9.26.23 Kevin discusses last night's Monday Night Football games and Kevin and Denton discuss the impact of Taylor Swift on the NFL. Kevin discusses Ron Rivera's comments suggesting that developing Sam Howell is as important as winning this season. Kevin takes calls.
From 'Take Command' (subscribe here): Craig Hoffman and Logan Paulsen look at how the Bills defense matches up against the Commanders offense. The two ponder the question of whether Buffalo has the best second level in the NFL, and discuss how strong the group has looked through two games. Enjoy! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
9.21.23 Dennis Dodd, CBS, on the massive weekend of games in Week 4 of College Football and the impact of Deion Sanders on the brand of Colorado. Paul Charchian, GuillotineLeagues.com, gives his weekly fantasy advice. Denton's Day-ly News.
9.21.23 Kevin opens the show discussing the early offensive performance for the Commanders. Chris Cooley's film breakdown from Kevin's podcast. Steve Suter, Maryland Radio Analyst, on Maryland's matchup against Michigan State.
From 'Take Command' (subscribe here): Craig Hoffman and Logan Paulsen crack into the Denver vs. Washington film breakdown by looking at the offense. First, the pair takes a bird's-eye view, looking at the team's performance as a whole. Afterwards, the guys begin their analysis of Sam Howell's showing, discussing how he looked on Sunday and could improve moving forward. Enjoy! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
9.20.23 John Ourand, Sports Business Journal, on the impact of Deion Sanders on college football and TV ratings. John and Kevin also discussed ESPN staggering two MNF games this week. Kevin and Denton discuss the biggest surprise of the first two weeks for the Commanders. Denton's Day-ly News.
9.20.23 Kevin gets an email about coaching blunders then proceeds to looks at some questionable coaching decisions and defends a decision Ron Rivera made against the Broncos. Kevin discusses the Commanders attempt to fix the long snapper issue. Kevin and Denton play NFL Buy or Sell.
9.19.23 Ben Standig, The Athletic, on Washington's 35-33 win over the Broncos and who was most impressive for the Commanders. Kevin goes around the NFL and looks at the biggest storylines following Week 2. Denton's Day-ly News.
9.19.23 Fred Smoot from Kevin's podcast on Washington's win over the Broncos. Kevin and Denton discuss who was most impressive from Washington's win over the Broncos. Kevin takes calls from listeners on the topic.
9.19.23 Kevin does his Tuesday morning look back at Washington's 35-33 win over the Denver Broncos. Kevin also pointed out how awful the QB play was in the MNF double-header games. Denton's College Football Breakdown.
The Washington Commanders were down 21-3 in the first half, but came back to beat the Denver Broncos 35-33 to get to 2-0 on the season. Kevin Sheehan has his Game Take on what he liked and what he didn't like from the game Sunday.
After going through a long list of things he liked from the Washington Commanders' 35-33 win over the Denver Broncos in Week 2 on Sunday, Kevin Sheehan finally gets to his assessment of quarterback Sam Howell's performance in the first road game of his NFL career.
From 'Take Command' (subscribe here): For the first time since 2011, the Commanders are 2-0! On this episode of Take Command, Craig Hoffman and Logan Paulsen give their instant reaction to Washington's 35-33 victory over Denver. The guys kick things off by recapping the leadership Sam Howell showed and his performance as a whole. Afterwards, they touch on the hit against Logan Thomas and give their opinions on how the situation should be handled. Following that, the pair breaks down the defense and how they improved over four quarters of play. Specifically, they highlight Chase Young's impact and what it meant to have him back out on the field. 0:19 Initial Thoughts3:16 Sam Howell & The Offense18:40 Defensive DominanceEnjoy! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices