Today’s show begins with a realization that the Seahawks are the number one seed in the NFC pending Monday Night’s Saints game! Then, the guys dig into their observations from the Hawks 30-24 win over Carolina. Mr. Postseason even drops in for a quick update on the NFL playoff scenarios for Seattle with two games to go. Guests include Brady Henderson live from Charlotte, MLB analyst Steve Phillips, Washington Post columnist Paul Farhi on the new film “Richard Jewell” and former PGA golfer Ken Green. The guys continue with their laundry list which includes chatter about a new agreement between the MLB and players’ union, the latest NFL controversies, and wrapping up with special episode naming honors.
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Steve Phillips | Baseball analyst & former Mets GM
- Paul Farhi | Washington Post reporter
- Ken Green | Former PGA golfer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
7:03 | At the time of this recording, the number one seed in the NFC belongs to your Seattle Seahawks!
22:24 | The guys recount their list of highs and lows from the Seahawks win in Charlotte.
43:22 | Mr. Postseason makes a special visit for a brief update of where Seattle stands in the playoff picture with two weeks remaining.
1:04:48 | GUEST: Brady Henderson joins Mitch from Carolina in the wake of Sunday’s 30-24 final between the Hawks and Panthers.
1:21:12 | GUEST: Steve Phillips jumps aboard for some MLB hot stove chatter as Scott Boras is wheelin’ and dealin’ big bucks for his clients!
1:40:27 | GUEST: Paul Farhi of the Washington Post swings by to discuss the new film Richard Jewell about the 1996 Olympics bombing incident.
1:55:55 | GUEST: Ken Green rejoins the podcast to weigh in on the victory for the United States in the Presidents Cup led by team captain Tiger Woods.
2:14:30 | MLB is removing marijuana from its “drug of abuse” list as the league’s focus shifts to opioids and more dangerous substances.
2:16:34 | Joe Burrow won the Heisman trophy on Saturday night and had the audience in tears.
2:17:45 | A week in the NFL cannot pass without controversy as a coin toss ran amok in Dallas and the Pats are guilty as charged for Spygate Part Two.
2:24:31 | Mitch grants episode naming rights to a special football team on the anniversary of a tragic event.