As Jerry Jones inserts himself into the contract negations of Commissioner Goodell, the guys debate what the relationship is like in major sports with the Commissioner, Owners and the Player’s Association. Additionally they talk about the disciplinary power the commish yields, the end of Alex Smith in KC, if the Pats are overrated and if there’s an 0-2 team that can come back this year. In NCAA they talk about the collision course Alabama and Clemson are on, Texas-USC pt. 2, and the validity of the AP rankings. Finally tey round out the show discussing the MLB playoff races and how much talking heads in “Hot Take” shows believe what comes out of their mouth … More TTS #49- Is Jerry’s World The End Of Roger’s World?
After a long summer off the guys are back and so is football season. This week the guys talk about the upcoming NFL Season and some of the top story lines that come with it. Arthur, Danny and Fisher take a look at the reputation players get for their actions both on the field and off and whether they deserve the rep they get. In addition, they discuss what teams they like to make the playoffs this year, their preseason favorites for MVP and a way too early Super Bowl pick. Finally the guys round out the show with some NCAA football talk, the MLB postseason race and why USA Men’s soccer is not as successful as the WSWNT. … More TTS #48- Football Is Back And So Are We
Danny and Arthur discuss some of the more well known unwritten rules, especially those that have been in talks for a good portion of the early season. They discuss the Yankees idea for Judge’s Chambers in right field of Yankee Stadium. They cap the podcast off with talks of potential trades and how exciting the … More Off The Bat Ep. 05 — Unwritten Rules
Now retiring his number for the New York Yankees, No. 2, Derek Jeter, No. 2. Danny and Arthur discuss Jeter’s impact on the game in his 20 year career and how we individually remember his playing days as Yankees’ fans. They talk some of the hottest topics in baseball.
An exciting first round of NFL Draft action has come and gone! There were exciting trades, one laughable trade, some out of the ball park selections and a raucous Philadelphia crowd made it that much more exciting. I’m going to recap the first round and give my personal take on each pick. Also, unlike last … More 2017 NFL Draft: First Round Recap
The NFL 2017 schedule has been released, so we now know when and where our favorite teams will play and what primetime games are on tap. Like last year, the guys from Tailgate Talk Show will each provide one game they feel you should definitely tune into each week and why this season. Here we … More NFL 2017 Schedule Release: Biggest Games for Each Week
Arthur and Fisher sit down this week and discuss the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the NBA Playoffs, Starling Marte’s steroid suspension and the release of the NFL Schedule … More TTS #47- Lord Stanley, Steroids, and Schedules
This week, Danny and Arthur discuss the notion of statues outside MLB Stadiums after the Mariners and Dodgers unveiled bronze lifelike models of Ken Griffey Jr. and Jackie Robinson. They also dive into the notion of Jose Fernandez getting the same honors by the Marlins later this season. Steroids are again the subject of discussion … More Off The Bat Ep. 03: Good enough for Bronze
Holy guacamole, Batman! After months of waiting, the NFL and HBO FINALLY announced that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be featured on this season’s Hard Knocks, set to debut Tuesday, Aug. 8. I previously wrote a blog about one story line to follow for all eight teams eligible for this season, and since the Bucs … More It’s a ‘Hard Knocks’ Life 2
Danny, Arthur and Fisher discuss why the impact of superstars is greater in individual sports than team sports. They talk about why golf and tennis are better when guys like Tiger and Federer are winning and how dominance drives ratings. In addition, they talk about the history Russell Westbrook is making in the NBA, Tony Roma’s new career and the NCAA Championship. … More TTS #46- Why Do Individual Sports Need Superstars More Than Team Sports