Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers are eager for a fresh start and in a matter of a few days they’ll launch their 2019 campaign against the defending champions, New England Patriots, in primetime Sunday Night Football.
This year the four highest-paid American footballers are Michael Thomas, Russell Wilson, Ben Roethlisberger and Rodgers himself.
The season will begin on September 5, and conclude with Super Bowl LIV on February 2, 2020, at the Hard Rock Stadium. With that being said, it is time to give some predictions that will likely shape this upcoming season.
Joe and Sam look ahead to the MLB trade deadline, discussing several potential trade candidates including Mike Minor and Nicholas Castellanos.
Joe and Sam discuss MLB London, the All-Star break and the trade market ahead of the 31st July deadline.
It wasn’t supposed to happen, we’re not sure how it happened. But Pat Riley managed to work his magic yet again, leaving the Miami Heat looking like a lock for the playoffs during a summer in which nothing was expected, and certainly not of that magnitude.
Joe and Sam discuss the latest from Major League Baseball. The Philadelphia Phillies and Atlanta Braves contest atop the National League East leads off the podcast before discussion about Max Scherzer, Anthony Rendon and the latest All-Star voting.
Brooklyn Nets are overachieving after years of disappointment. A young core, led by Kenny Atkinson, is in line for a playoff spot.
Joe and Sam look ahead to Opening Day, from pitching matchups to the candidates for awards.
Joe and Sam preview the National League East after a very busy offseason. The Braves won the division in 2018 and will hope to repeat in 2019, but they face tough competition from the Mets, Phillies and Nationals.