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Way too many ads and mediocre audio quality. Maybe use some of that money to invest in better mics or hire a producer. Also, Onlyfins is not worth $3/month. No ad free version of the podcast. Just a discord where you have to pay even extra for insider info. Si and CK are cool, but Alfredo Arteaga has major gusano energy. Just a real unpleasant person.
NO mention of Tua?!? A Near Perfect Game?!
Alf’s training camp reports are the top out there. They have a discord called Onlyfins that used to have a very fun community. But I can’t recommend that until they get a new Mod. Their current one is power hungry and really trigger happy when it comes to pushing his weight around. Makes anyone wary of posting anything out of fear.
It’s very evident this Alfredo guy has an inferiority complex and tries waaay to hard to act like he’s some sort of credentialed media analyst, dude relax, Simon and CK are carrying you big time, be grateful
This is my favorite Dolphins podcast. They have the meat and potatoes others lack and don’t recycle news. My only complaint is that Chris K. takes forever and a day to get to his point. Tons of respect for Chris as a journalist but this format doesn’t suit him as well as some other formats.
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3 Yards Per Carry launched 6 years ago and published 514 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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