Brennan and James are amped that NFL football has returned. On this episode, the bros talk about the most important moments from each Week 1 game and preview Week 2’s biggest matchups (1:11:46).
James miraculously recovers from his eye injury in one day and joins Brennan for Episode 27’s Kacie’s Corner segment involving questions about sleep and Jesus.
In Episode 27, Brennan takes full control of the podcast while James recovers from an injury. In his incredibly self-hyped up solo debut, Brennan picks NFC win total over/unders starting with the NFC West (3:23), followed by the NFC North (11:34), the NFC South (20:56), and finishing with the NFC East (27:07). Brennan then gives his playoff predictions (39:04) and previews the league’s biggest Week 1 matchups (43:52).
Brennan and James go to Vegas (but they don’t because technically it’s illegal for both of them) for Episode 26 and pick over/under win totals for all AFC teams. They start with the AFC West, followed by the AFC North (19:19), the AFC South (26:42), and the AFC East (36:55). The show concludes with a very profound segment of Kacie’s Corner (52:23).
The boys start the episode by talking about very vivid and weird dreams, followed by discussions about the Broncos (16:43), the NBA and it’s competitiveness (28:10), Adrian Peterson and other great college running backs (35:59), and a shark and alligator-infested Kacie’s Corner (44:53).
Brennan and James finally got their stuff together for Episode 24 (praise the Lamb.) They begin the show with tales of football camps past and present, followed by discussions about NFL rookie quarterbacks’ preseason week 1 performances (15:21), and a poetic segment of Kacie’s Corner (49:47).
Brennan and James kick back on a fine summer evening to discuss the Kawhi Leonard deal and its effects on the league (8:01), Tiger Woods’ short run at The Open and his impact on golf as a whole (27:50), the biggest ‘Stans’ in all of sports (38:29), a morbidly tasty section of Kacie’s Corner (1:12:54), and tons of fun gab in between. Trust us when we say this: You won’t want to skip through this one.