B-Straw & Pauly-G Show
In Episode 4 of DOUBLE COVERAGE – a weekly podcast dedicated to the Texans and Cowboys, the “elephant in the room” story of the week is Cowboy’s defensive end Greg Hardy and the ten-game suspension […]
Tim Brando, Fox Sports, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G show to discuss college football. Brando discussed which coaches are in and which are moving elsewhere. He also discussed recruiting issues and player prospects.
Mike Fisher, 105.3 The Fan, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss the news in the Dallas area. Fisher discussed the huge disappointment of the situation with Rondo and how he has messed things up for the Mavs. He said Mavs fans have unrealistic expectations that their team will always make it to the playoffs. Fisher discussed the management of the Mavs and the Cowboys. He weighed in on the Greg Hardy situation as well.
In episode three of DOUBLE COVERAGE Chris Ferguson and I discuss an interesting – perhaps revealing – offseason for J.J. Watt, and how off-field issues could kill the Super Bowl hopes of the Cowboys. Enjoy (and tell […]
Dave Dameshek, NFL Network, joined the B-Straw & Pauly G show to talk Texans and football. He discussed the quarterback situation as well as the defensive line. Dameshek is very impressed with Arian Foster but not so much Vince Wilfork. He also discussed how the Patriots and the Broncos look going into the coming season. They mixed in a little movie talk as well.
In Episode 2 of DOUBLE COVERAGE, Chris Ferguson and I discuss the impact that Darren McFadden and Brian Hoyer mean to the Cowboys and Texans respectively. Let the hated flow! Follow on Twitter
Dane Brugler, CBSsports.com, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss his in depth draft guide. Brugler spent a bit of time on good and bad picks in past drafts then discussed this year’s up coming draft. He discussed the possibility of the Texans going with the best player available to them in the draft. Brugler doesn’t see a quarterback in this draft class that can be a long term starter for the Texans or any other team.
With every baseball season opener, hope springs eternal. Whether the hope be the Astros truly compete for a playoff appearance as the front office has boasted many times this offseason, or that the game realizes it has to adjust to our short attention span.
How did the Cowboys and Texans fair in Free Agency? We’ve got your answer.
The ball is above the level of the ring on its downward flight.