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DDFP 284: Ben Roethlisberger 1-on-1

Ben Roethlisberger

DDFP 284

 

Shek is joined by the guest of his dreams, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, as the two discuss Big Ben’s best playoff performances, clutch situations, Blake Bortles and Johnny Manziel. Marc Sessler from the “Around the NFL” podcast also joins to preview the Cleveland Browns’ season before producer Black Tie critics Shek’s 2014 fantasy football roster.

 

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DDFP 79: Hurricane D’Brickashaw

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A week after Santonio Holmes’ visit to Studio 66 on Episode 77 (and the ensuing reaction from the national sports media), Shek & Rank yap with Jets LT/children’s author D’Brickashaw Ferguson about Sanchez & Tebow, Shonn Greene, and Sexy Rexy’s weight loss. The fellas then visit with Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Steelers’ beat writer (and idol of Dameshek) Ed Bouchette to talk Roethlisberger & Todd Haley; Mendenhall’s replacements; Polamalu; and all things Steelers in front of training camp; also, reaction to the Penn State penalties, ‘The Best Jersey for A Jets Fan to Own’ list and Black Tie finally premieres the remix to his theme song.

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DDFP: Top 100 reaction (21-30)

Ben Roethlisberger and Rob Gronkowski (US Presswire)

On this week’s #DDFP “Top 100: Players of 2012″ reaction show, Dave and Rank ponder how undrafted players such as Wes Welker and Arian Foster cracked the top 30. Then, not surprisingly, Dave explains why he thinks Big Ben should be ranked higher, and also picks a side in the Rob Gronkowski vs. Jimmy Graham debate.

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Shame Report: Week 15

From Jets and Ravens’ embarrassing Week 15 performances to monkeys riding dogs and the Kim Kardashian factor, Shek’s Shame Report is chock-full of holiday shame. Check it out.

Shame Report: A strong start for shame

A wild and volatile Kickoff Weekend provided a heaping helping of material to point the white-hot light of shame upon. As you can probably imagine, Tony Romo and Ben Roethlisberger couldn’t escape the shame in Week 1.