This week The Schwab Speaks on the past week’s NFL Divisional Series and this week’s upcoming Championship Series. He gives facts and figures that only the Schwab can. Plus, Fox Sports’ Bracketologist takes a hard look at the season so far and likes what he sees. His insights thus far may shape your bracket in March! Finally the Australian Open…is Venus over?
This week The Schwab gives his take on the college football playoffs and the upcoming Championship Game. What did he think of Baker Mayfield’s performance? The Bulldogs’ Chances? The inevitability of ‘Bama? Then he discusses the NFL playoffs and his thoughts on the Falcons’ chances, the incredible Rams and James Harrison in a Patriots uniform. Plus some insight into how the bracket for college hoops may ultimately be determined and of course the Vegas Golden Knights.
Happy Thanksgiving from The Schwab Speaks! This week, The Schwab has an old school ESPN feast as he catches up with his friend Chris Berman (starts at 4:00 on podcast). Boomer shares how he has spent his first non-NFL studio fall in a long time…helping coach the U Mass football at Tennessee, calling the MLB playoffs at Fenway, assisting in the coin toss of a Brown Dartmouth football game at Fenway, golf at Torrey Pines and more. Boomer also shares his thoughts on the NFL season so far, what he talked about with Warren Moon this past summer, the anthem situation and why football should be a unifier, last year’s Super Bowl comeback, and who might be in this one. Plus, the greatest upset that he ever reported on in the early days of ESPN …and it’s not in football. Listen, Share, Comment.
So…maybe you missed the actual action on the football field this week. Well, The Schwab caught up with Pro Football Guru Russell Baxter to catch you up on everything that you missed. How good is Eli Manning, really? Can we really tell anything about the season so far? Are the Patriots suspect on defense? What are some stats to look at here? How important is the role of the running back this season?
And in terms of Colin Kaepernick…nothing off the field, just his chances of being signed. What are the football reasons that might be holding him back? Is he only a Starting QB for teams who can adjust around him? Or could he adjust?