Shek relives a once-in-a-lifetime game of catch with actor Kevin Costner before he and Elliot Harrison break down the latest batch of NFL.com’s Power Rankings. Then the guys tackle your #DDFP twitter questions and debate the all-time Pittsburgh Steelers team.
Shek, Rank and Handsome Hank are joined by NFL.com draft guru Bucky Brooks to rank the best players in the 2014 NFL Draft. Then, Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor enters Studio 66 to countdown the NFL’s best wide receivers, analyze the draft’s top prospects and pick a side in the ongoing #TeamThinMints vs. #TeamSamoas Girl Scout Cookies battle.
Shek is joined by former New England Patriots Willie McGinest and Deion Branch to discuss the Darrelle Revis signing and the surprising underachievement of Bill Belichick’s coaching disciples. Handsome Hank and @NFL_ATL’s Dan Hanzus then break down more free agency news before discussing the “True Detective” season finale (*spoiler alert* from 41:33 - 1:02:30). Lastly, stay tuned for a snippet of Dameshek’s interview with “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul. You can watch the full interview here.
Dave Dameshek discusses the latest from the NFL free agency with wide receiver Nate Burleson. (Associated Press/ USA TODAY Sports)
Shek & Rank chat with wide receiver Nate Burleson about his free agency options and the better wide receiver between Calvin Johnson and Randy Moss before he delivers Studio 66′s first-ever freestyle rap. The guys also react to the latest NFL free agency news including DeMarcus Ware’s release from the Dallas Cowboys and Blaine Gabbert’s trade to the San Francisco 49ers. Lastly, they discuss the hilarious “Between Two Ferns” episode starring President Barack Obama and debate which NFL player they would rather be. It’s hooey, it’s applesauce and it’s a must-listen.
Dave Dameshek and the crew conduct a live mock draft on #DDFP 238. (Associated Press/NFL)
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).
Dave Dameshek talks with James Jones & Ross Tucker on #DDFP 237. (Associated Press/Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
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.
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.
Dave Dameshek talks with Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson on #DDFP 236. (NFL/Associated Press)
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.
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.