Shek welcomes in Handsome Hank and old pal Adam Rank to discuss the events of Black Monday 2014, preview Wild Card Weekend and a spirited MVP debate. Plus, the guys open up a special listener package all the way from Scotland!
Shek welcomes in old pal Adam Rank as they discuss Tom Brady’s triumph over Peyton Manning, Big Ben’s performance and the best teams in the NFC. Plus, the guys discuss Halloween costumes and the best Halloween candy.
Shek, Rank and Elliot Harrison welcome in Chicago Bears legendary linebacker Mike Singletary for a wide-ranging conversation about Singletary’s NFL career. Topics include the peak and fall of the ’80s Bears, their rivalry with Dan Marino and the Miami Dolphins and where ’85 Bears’ D ranks in NFL history. Plus, Singletary opens up about the Vernon Davis altercation and why he couldn’t carry on as head coach of the San Francisco 49ers before fulfilling a life-long dream for Shek. It’s a dream episode, indeed — take a listen, won’t you?
Shek & Rank are joined by former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks to draft the All-NFC North team: find out which players gets picked in a loaded division at the wide receiver, running back and linebacker positions. The guys also discuss LeBron James’ legacy following the San Antonio Spurs demolishing of the Miami Heat and Shek breaks down the World Cup-inspired “NFL Cup” series with NFL Network researcher Bill Smith.
Shek & Rank are joined by “NFL Fantasy Live” analyst Marcas to help draft the All-AFC South team. Shek also tells tales of his Los Angeles clubbing nights with Prince and Ben Affleck. Lastly, Tennessee Titans rookie offensive lineman Taylor Lewan joins the show and picks favorites between Canada and Mexico.
Find out who leads the All-NFC South team on #DDFP 262.
Shek and Rank welcome in NFL ATL’s Chris Wesseling to draft the #DDFP “All Division Team” for the NFC South. The trio debate Drew Brees vs. Cam Newton vs. Matt Ryan at quarterback and much more. Plus, is Tom Brady really no longer “elite”?
Shek and Rank draft the #DDFP All AFC-West team alongside former San Diego Chargers great Shawne Merriman. Listen as the trio debate Peyton Manning or Philip Rivers at QB, Jamaal Charles or Ryan Mathews at RB and much more. The guys also delve into Merriman’s wrestling fandome as he lists his top 3 WWE wrestlers of all time. Lastly, a reaction to this week’s “Top 100 Players of 2014” show and random musings like which body part is the most disgusting.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon joins Dave Dameshek on #DDFP 260.
Shek, Rank and Hank begin the #DDFP Division Bowl tournament by drafting the All-Division team for the NFC East. Then, Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon calls in to discuss the team’s new offense, RGIII’s health and his take on Richard Sherman vs. Patrick Peterson. Plus, the interesting trend of the “Jordan” name in the NFL, “X-Men: Days of Future Past” thoughts and more fun random musings.
Shek & Rank chat with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees about his team’s new additions this offseason, the greatness of Jimmy Graham and hanging out with Matthew McConaughey and Brad Pitt. Handsome Hank then joins to debate what NFL positions “Game of Thrones” characters could play and reaction to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota. Plus, Dameshek on why the NFC North could be the NFL’s best division in 2014.
The post-draft podcast features Shek & Rank dialing up 2013 Sheky Award winner/Packers LB AJ Hawk to discuss Green Bay’s first-round choice Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, fellow Ohio State LB Ryan Shazier, draftees’ walkout music, and hanging with Brady Quinn in Paris. The fellas are also joined in Studio 66 by College Football 24/7 co-hosts Matt ‘Money’ Smith & Bucky Brooks to talk about Johnny Football, Jadeveon Clowney, which teams put themselves into playoff contention with their drafts, and more hilarious Money impressions. Plus, Shek & Rank chime in on the new Batman suit in a new segment “#this or #that?”.
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.