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Paul Bessire of PredictionMachine.com joined Mad Radio and they discussed the Texans’ chances of defeating the Steelers on Monday Night as well as their odds to make the postseason.
Andrew Fillipponi of 937 The Fan in Pittsburgh joined Mike and Seth on MaD Radio to discuss bandwagon Baylor fans, reactionary Steelers fans and Pittsburgh’s chances in anticipation of the Texans Steelers Monday Night Football game.
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Jarod Poffenberger was in the studio this morning with the Captains to talk about the proper way to field dress your wild game. Doing it right makes for the best results once you have it processed at the Bellville Meat Market or at your processing place.
What is the future of women’s golf? It’s Lizzie Doykan and Amber Wang. Two local ladies who are off to Ivy League schools play golf. Next stop the LPGA…that is after a visit with Joe and Matt on the driving range.
The Captains talk to pros around the region about wildlife movement and how you can tell the forecast by how the fish and other critters move. There’s first hand fishing reports from fresh and saltwater guides, poop jars and more bananas on the boat stories.
Jayson Braddock, NFL analyst for Rotoworld, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss Jadeveon Clowney’s injury situation. He said that Clowney doesn’t want to play but the team is trying to force him to get back on the field sooner. He thinks that having Mike Vrabel around is very helpful to a guy like Clowney who needs to be pushed. Braddock talked about the fact that Clowney is seen as a bit of a diva when it comes to his dealings with the trainers and some of his other behaviors. He does think that over time Clowney will mature but he needs time.
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they debated whether or not Clowney should play before he is 100%, does the Clowney situation effect the lockeroom, a preview of the Pittsburgh Steelers and a breakdown of the Jets/Patriots thursday night game.
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