Shek is joined by Daniel Jeremiah to discuss the best storylines from Week 4 including the Bills change at quarterback, the Jets’ QB situation and the struggles of the NFC South. Plus, they discuss the Cowboys 3-1 record, the legend of the Ravens’ Steve Smith and other early-season surprises.
It’s a Thanksgiving miracle when longtime DDFP pal, Panthers WR Steve Smith, calls into Studio 66 to talk about his place among the game’s best receivers, what he talks about with cornerbacks who cover him, the Panthers’ rise, the best QBs he’s ever played with, Cam Newton’s new maturity & Kobe’s new deal. Adam Rank, Handsome Hank, ‘Around The League’s Dan Hanzus & producer Black Tie all pay a visit to make picks for Week 13 and to throw their pies in the ring for the second annual #DDFP Pie-Off. A delicious time was had by all. Have a taste, won’t you?
Shek & Rank welcome their #1 pass-catching pal of the podcast, Steve Smith, into Studio 66 to talk about Carolina’s playoff chances in 2012. The gang also addresses college football’s new playoff system and the future of the Thunder & Heat in a round of ‘Dead or Alive.’ Plus, they debate which NFL player names would work well as hurricanes; and Shek shares his latest tale of shame from the gymnasium. If Shek amuses you like a clown, this is the episode for you.
As discussed on Ep. 73, Shek is working on a new group art project called ‘Shameful Outfits at the Gymnasium’ – here’s the first entry.
To contribute to the collage of shame, tweet your image to Shek (@Dameshek) ASA & P. Much obliged.
Radio City, Steve Smith, Metta World Peace and Jerry Kramer. (Associated Press/US Presswire)
On #DDFP 64 the insightful Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers shares new information on the Saints’ bounty culture under Gregg Williams. Smith said that Saints players were encouraged to go after him.
“I actually had an altercation with a guy who told me firsthand,” Smith said, although he didn’t name the Saints player. “I was going out of bounds, and the guy went for my ankle. I said, ‘Hey, man, cut that out.’ He’s like, ‘Well, we get fined if we don’t go after your legs when you go out of bounds.’ … And actually this past year, this last game when we played them, I had a little conversation with Gregg Williams. … He took responsibility, he was saying it wasn’t right, but that’s who he was.”
Smith also breaks down the incoming receiving class of the 2012 NFL Draft and former NFL GM Charley Casserly talks quarterbacks. Have a listen, won’t you?
Shek & Rank review the fascinating divisional round games, look ahead to the title games and bid farewell to Tebow with pals No. 89 Steve Smith and Handsome Hank. If you like football, you’ll probably like this show.
Shek presses through his Tim Tebow-induced anguish to break down the wild-card round with the help of Rank and DDFP’s favorite 2012 Pro Bowler, No. 89 Steve Smith, who also talks about taking his Panther pals to Hawaii, bad QBs and Ike Taylor. Sudsy the NFL Stat Man then stops by to provide salient numbers leading up to the divisional round matchups. Will you enjoy Episode 45? To quote Marv Albert, “Yes!”
Shek, Rank, Black Tie, and Handsome Hank hand out the annual Sheky Awards in categories including: Best NFL Uniform, Best Condiment, and Best Breakfast Meat; the fellas are then joined by DDFP’s best guest of 2011, Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers for a wide-ranging conversation on romantic Christmas gifts and contenders for the Super Bowl.
Shek & Rank welcome their new pass-catchin’ pal, Steve Smith of the Panthers, back to the program to make picks for Week 15’s big games and discuss the Heisman Trophy. They also kibitz about LSU/Bama, uniforms, why ‘The Notebook’ is a good movie and breakfast meat. The fellas then take a look at the playoff matchups if the season ended today. Long and short of it, if this episode was a fruit, it’d be a peach. Or a cherry. Or another good fruit.
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.