L.T. breaks down the state of the New York Jets’ offense and previews the NBA Playoffs. (Associated Press)
Shek is joined by running back great LaDainian Tomlinson to discuss Chris Johnson’s addition to the New York Jets’ offense, the Geno Smith-Michael Vick quarterback battle and playing for Rex Ryan. Plus, Shek, L.T. and producer Black Tie make their predictions for the NBA Playoffs.
Shek welcomes new Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins into Studio 66 to kibitz about his new team, the food in New Orleans he’ll now have to do without, Jimmy Graham’s greatness, and surviving a zombie apocalypse. Bald Bryan Bishop of the Adam Carolla podcast & author of “Shrinkage: Manhood, Marriage, and the Tumor That Tried To Kill Me” is also in to talk about his 49ers, Trojans, surviving a brain tumor, and share his master list of actor redundancies. Plus, take a listen to a 1-on-1 interview with Adrian Peterson.
Shek is joined in Studio 66 by NFL Media draft expert Bucky Brooks to break down the high-end and low-end potential for Johnny Manziel and other top prospects and to discuss where Russell Wilson and Julio Jones would rank in this draft. Arizona Cardinals star Darnell Dockett then calls in from DC to discuss the 2014 Cardinals, the rugged NFC West, and Bruce Arians’ Kangol collection.
Shek and Elliot Harrison are joined by Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk, where Hawk drops some surprising news that he is officiating weddings during the offseason. Hawk offers his thoughts on Julius Peppers, TV shows and who should replace David Letterman. The guys also chat with former Dallas Cowboys great Nate Newton about John Madden’s impact on his career and the chances that the 2014 Cowboys can become a contender. Finally, the boys discuss some of the best dynasties in NFL history.
Shek, Rank and Handsome Hank chat with San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl safety Eric Reid about Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks, Colin Kaepernick vs. Russell Wilson, a college team’s chances vs. an NFL team and much more. The guys also pick winners of the second-round matchups in “NFL.com’s Bracketology: The Greatest QB of All Time” tournament.
Dave Dameshek talks to the Ravens Terrell Suggs and Falcons Roddy White on a Championship Weekend preview #DDFP. (National Football League)
Shek, Rank & Elliot Harrison are joined in Studio 66 for a comprehensive Championship Weekend preview and a debate on the matchup they’ll most like to see in the Super Bowl. Shek also catches up with the Ravens Terrell Suggs and Falcons Roddy White to discuss their personal rivalries with Tom Brady and Richard Sherman on a new installment of “Inside/Out”. Also, be sure to follow @NFLcomLIVE for entertaining playoff coverage leading up to the very unique “NFL.com LIVE: Super Bowl XLVIII” show featuring Dave Dameshek and Adam Rank.
Shek is joined by Rank, Handsome Hank & Black Tie for the 2013 Sheky Awards, with categories including: Best Uniform in Pro Sports, Best Player Guest, Best Movie Dave Watched in 2013, Best Breakfast Meat, and of course, Best Fruit.
Shek is joined by Daniel Jeremiah and Handsome Hank to recap Week 11 in the NFL including the Broncos win over the Chiefs, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz’s questionable play calling and the struggles of RGIII in the Washington Redskins’ offense. “The Black List” covers the best teams in the NFL and the guys most memorable individual sports rivalries. Lastly, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray talks with Shek & Adam Rank about Dez Bryant, Tony Romo, Adrian Peterson and much more.
Shek and Elliot Harrison chat with Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson on a variety of topics including going up against Calvin Johnson in his prime, Deion Sanders and whether or not Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is a lock for the Hall. The guys also give a midseason report on the 2013 NFL season before making their Week 9 picks. Lastly, NFL.com’s Michael Fabiano joins for a fantasy football update.
The ruggedly handsome Dave Dameshek's passions include football, eating food, and watching TV. His trademark charm and incisive commentary have been seen/read/heard on NFL.com, NFL Network, 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', and ESPN Radio.