George and Eric hit the NFL from a betting and analytics perspective twice each week; starting with the lookahead podcast right after Sunday Night Football and then the Wednesday evening podcast with guests and the lock of the week. This is a Trend-Free Podcast. Lock It Up.
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NBA Draft odds shakeup (3:30) Things we like about the NFC East and West teams (20:13) Cowboys (21:11) Commanders (27:08) Giants (32:02) Eagles (35:34) Rams (38:25) 49ers (40:54) Cardinals (43:29) Seahawks (48:13) Recommendations (52:00)
Eric’s apology (0:51) Trevor Lawrence’s crypto profile (5:41) Gronk’s retirement (9:12) Bet to make on the Commanders (15:42) Things we like about the NFC North and South teams (22:30) Lions (22:37) Vikings (26:14) Packers (32:00) Bears (34:04) Falco... more
Eric’s Father’s Day frustration (1:05) Things we like about the AFC West and East teams (8:10) Chiefs (9:02) Chargers (15:39) Broncos (20:08) Raiders (23:38) Bills (28:34) Dolphins (36:37) Patriots (42:53) Jets (47:49)
If you can get past the general sanctimony and fast forward through the parts where they talk about anything other than betting on football, it’s a good show.
I like the show, not much as Eric likes using the word “like” more
So glad you posted the Jets clip to Twitter so I know to never waste my time with this uneducated hot take garbage. Gen Z Skip Bayless.
OK analysis bu I listen mainly to get a chuckle out of George boasting every show about how he shaves his crotch. Yeah, it's a commercial, but he's so obviously sincere and proud, often going on beyond the allotted one minute or whatever. You see, if you don't remove your pubic hair you're a dirty caveman and the chicks will somehow sense it and be repelled by you even with your clothes on. And if you get them in bed and they find out, who knows? If you're lucky they'll confine themselves to ru... more
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