The guys are back this week and kick things off talking safety in sports, both for players and fans. They debate if the MLB needs more safety netting to protect spectators, if the NFL’s CTE problem is larger than they think and why concussions are a much larger problem in the NFL than in other contact sports, specifically the NHL. In addition, they discuss the day’s happenings on the gridiron, NCAA football, the MLB playoff race and the end of the PGA Tour season. … More TTS #50- Dear MLB, Be Proactive Not Reactive
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