I didn’t need this aggravation, I really didn’t. Today is a busy day. I have a show to do at 2:00 p.m., a Texans game to cover at 7:00 p.m., and a post game show […]
We’ve officially hit the part of the calendar where some fantasy leagues start to do their drafts, which I’ve never really understood. It seems like doing these things with two preseason games and a bunch of practices remaining is kind of risky, especially considering the third preseason game is the one where the starters play like 75 percent of the snaps.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was issued to the members of the Triple Threat. And they accepted.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has been going viral on the internet as celebrities, athletes and everyone in between have been completing the challenge and passing it along.
Conventional wisdom says that when the calendar hits July, we are officially into the dead period of the sports year. Time to take vacation, time for those of us with “content responsibility” to rack our brains finding some sort of sports duct tape to keep our show or blog from unraveling until NFL training camp starts in a few weeks.
(WARNING: If you are a Game of Thrones viewer and have not caught up on the “Trial By Combat” episode, there are spoilers in this post. Then again, if you’ve managed to get on the internet and avoid spoilers for an entire week and change, you’re a cyber miracle, anyway, so congrats on that!)
Former Texan James Casey joined The Triple Threat to discuss what it was like to be drafted by the Texans and how he is doing in Philly.
Portland Radio host Chad Doing joined The Triple Threat to talk smack to all of Houston, secure his bet with a possible naked bike ride, and discuss the game itself.
Brian Lazare joined The Triple Threat to talk about Zack Mettenberger and the LSU pro-day.
Ian Rapoport joined The Triple Threat to discuss what he knows of the Colin Kaepernick situation, Zach Mettenberger’s pro-day, and if there is still a “big three” at quarterback or if Teddy Bridgewater has fallen off.
Ted Johnson and Sean Pendergast review the first episode of this seasons Game of Thrones with a Stock Up/ Stock Down, which is an absolute must for anyone that loves the show.