“Need for Speed” star Aaron Paul chats with Dave Dameshek about the upcoming action flick before the two act out scenes from football movie “All the Right Moves” and the romantic classic “Titanic”.
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Shek, Rank, Handsome Hank and Elliot Harrison debate the best quarterback-running back pairing in the NFL and take part in the first ever live #DDFP mock draft. Also, Shek and E.H. share their thoughts on the greatest quarterback in Green Bay Packers history. Lastly, Shek and Hank have a “True Detective” discussion leading up to the season finale of the HBO series (**SPOILER ALERT** at 1:25:20).
Download: DDFP 238: Best QB-RB duos & mock draft
Shek & Rank are joined by new pal Ross Tucker who shares great behind-the-scene tales about Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Emmitt Smith. Then wide receiver James Jones jumps in Studio 66 to discuss his free agency options, Aaron Rodgers vs. Brett Favre and his thoughts on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ new uniforms. Plus, the guys react to LeBron James’ 61-point performance — does the Kobe Bryant mention streak continue? Find out.
Download: DDFP 237: Ross Tucker & James Jones
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson joins “The Dave Dameshek Football Program” to discuss the rise of the undersized quarterback and to take a quiz on popular NFL facts. Plus, Dameshek tries to get the always positive Russell Wilson to say something negative. Does Dameshek succeed? Find out.
Shek, Rank & Handsome Hank review Shek’s interview with Russell Wilson, preview the start of free agency, predict who’ll win the Oscar for Best Picture, and other hooey & applesauce on the latest edition of the ‘cast.
Shek & Rank are joined in Studio 66 by Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who opens up about everything from his team’s offseason plans to Peyton Manning’s legacy. Don’t miss as McCoy sounds off on the importance of defense in the modern-day NFL and picks his favorite athletes off the gridiron — including his answer to the age-old question: Kobe or LeBron? Who is the most handsome player in the NFL? Who are the fellas pulling for in the Olympics? All this and more on the latest edition of the #DDFP.
Download: DDFP 234: Bucs Gerald McCoy
Shek, Rank & Handsome Hank welcome wide receiver Randall Cobb into Studio 66 to discuss the state of the Green Bay Packers; catching the division-winning TD pass against the Bears; ranking today’s quarterbacks and his Mt. Rushmore of current cornerbacks and more. Daniel Jeremiah also checks in from the road to project who’ll shine at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine and what it’ll take for the Browns to make a quick turnaround in 2014. Plus, producer Black Tie’s “Shout Outs” makes a return.
Shek & Rank are joined in Studio 66 by a trio of Super Bowl-champion Seahawks — Michael Robinson, Jermaine Kearse and Bobby Wagner — for a conversation about how Pete Carroll prepared the team for the big game, how they slept the night before, what happened at halftime, trash talking and more. The fellas then get the great Jared Allen on the line to discuss names for a potential NFL team in Los Angeles, what it would take for him to sign with the Browns, and the most famous Jared ever.
Download: DDFP 232: Jared Allen & Seahawks
Shek, Rank & Handsome Hank welcome newly-crowned Super Bowl champ Michael Bennett into Studio 66 for a rangy, jive-free conversation about the Super Bowl after-party, Michael Sam, Peyton Manning, surfing on Jupiter, his brother/Bears tight end Martellus Bennett, the difficulty of tackling Cam Newton, and the Seahawks-49ers rivalry. The fellas also kibitz about the Cleveland Browns’ melodrama and Shek’s new favorite TV show ‘True Detective’. Also, Black Tie turns a new leaf…sort of.
On the NFL’s chartered flight back to Los Angeles, Shek, Rank, Handsome Hank and Daniel Jeremiah record (probably) the world’s first ever planecast. Topics include the results of Super Bowl XLVIII, Peyton Manning’s legacy following his poor performance, future of the Seattle Seahawks and a debate of which two teams will be competing in the big game next year.