Shek is joined by friend of the show and Bengals cornerback Terence Newman to discuss the NFL’s overtime rules, differences between Cam Newton and Andrew Luck and much more. Shek is then joined by Handsome Hank and NFL researcher Drew Christensen to preview Week 7 before the Packers Eddie Lacy joins the show.
Shek is joined by Archie Manning to discuss “Book of Manning”; which of his NFL sons would win in a foot race & Ole Miss’s chances in Alabama this Saturday. Bengals CB Terence Newman also calls in to talk about the Bengals’ nice start, intercepting Hall of Fame quarterbacks, and playing football on set of “Transformers 4” with director Michael Bay and actor Mark Wahlberg. Plus, Elliot Harrison squares off with Marc Sessler in the Week 4 red challenge flag picks segment.
Shek & Rank talk with their old pal and recently re-signed Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Terence Newman about practicing against one of the NFL’s best wide receivers in A.J. Green, Cinco de Mayo vs. St. Patrick’s Day and a new “Land of the Fox” battle. Handsome Hank also stops by to talk free agency and “Around The League” scribe Dan Hanzus’ ranking of the top 30 running backs in the NFL.
Shek, Rank and Handsome Hank welcome cornerback Terence Newman into Studio 66 for a wide-ranging conversation, with subjects including being courted in free agency, Oakland vs. Cincinnati, what Bill Parcells is like, speaking with an English accent and more.
Shek and Rank are joined by Handsome Hank to debate the current division leader most likely to drop by the end of the season. The fellas then yap with Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Terence Newman about the upcoming game against his former team, the battle for the AFC North, and the anonymous but dominant Bengals D-line. Lastly, Black Tie runs through the Black List, with items including most UNintimidating team names (clue: Pelicans is NOT the answer), favorite cartoons and best rollercoaster rides across the globe.
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.