Wednesday, January 27, 2016
- ESPN's Jerry Crasnick talks about the Mariners chances in a tough AL West
Jerry Crasnick of ESPN joins the guys to talk a little baseball. He talks about the Mariners chances in a tough AL West, what to expect from new manager Scott Servais, and the Hall of Fame vote.
- January 27, 2016 - Hour: 3
Bob Glauber of Newsday talks about how Pete Carroll is the perfect coach to get a team over a devastating loss like the Super Bowl. He gives his take on what he expects to see in this Super Bowl matchup. In the "Eavesdrop" we listen in to Troy Aikman on with Mike & Mike. They end things as they always do with "Parting Shots!"
- January 27, 2016 - Hour: 2
Jerry Crasnick of ESPN joins the guys to talk a little baseball. He talks about the Mariners chances in a tough AL West, what to expect from new manager Scott Servais, and the Hall of Fame vote. In "Wait a Minute...What?" Blake Griffin punched the team equipment manager (and his friend), MySpace founder offered to pay for Tim Lincecum's contract, and Troy Aikman thinks Jerry Jones will go after RG3 or Johnny Manziel in the offseason. In "Have an Opinion, Already!" the guys talk about run ins with event security, would you rather go to a restaurant or movie alone, and what should a nickname for "Brock and Salk" be?
- January 27, 2016 - Hour: 1
Charles Barkley says the media is making Cam Newton vs. Peyton Manning black vs. white. If Cam Newton was white, would people look at him the same way? Is it inevitable that we have a racial component to this game? Trent Dilfer says Cam Newton has shown improvement at the line of scrimmage. USA Today ranks baseball starting rotations. The Mariners come in at 11th overall. That's reason for optimism, especially when you see that there were playoff teams and even the World Champion Royals that are far below them. But this rotation still has questions. Will HGH allegations follow Peyton Manning around? Is the NFL deliberately waiting until after the Super Bowl to investigate (like they did with Deflate-gate)? How big of a letdown would it be if he were to end his career, then get accu
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
- Former Seahawks center Robbie Tobeck says O-Line free agents are 'ultimately replaceable'
Former Seahawks center Robbie Tobeck talks about the big problem with the O-Line was the uncertainty at center. He says all the O-Line free agents are ultimately replaceable, but he'd like to see Russell Okung return.
- January 26, 2016 - Hour: 3
The guys go over the state of the Seahawks O-Line and what can be done to solidify it. Former Seahawks center Robbie Tobeck talks about the big problem with the O-Line was the uncertainty at center. He says all the O-Line free agents are ultimately replaceable, but he'd like to see Russell Okung return. In the "Eavesdrop" Jim Moore talks about his thoughts on the new open and how it reflects on the content of "Bob, Groz and Tom". We end as we always do with "Parting Shots!"
- January 26, 2016 - Hour: 2
'El Hombre' Michael Bradley gives his take on oddball Seahawks fans and their petitions, his hope that Peyton Manning can finish on top and he really doesn't want the National League to adopt the DH. In "Wait a Minute...What?" Peyton Manning tells Belichick it’s his ‘last rodeo’, Danny O'Neil makes a petition to ban Seahawks fans' lame petitions, and actor Abe Vigoda dies (for real this time). In "Have an Opinion, Already!" the guys go over their fastest run mile and are there any current athletes who could be politicians.
- January 26, 2016 - Hour: 1
Bob Groz and Tom discuss the petition floating around trying to Ban Cam Newton from Century Link Field. Is a minority portion of Seahawks fans embarrassing the rest of us? The guys also get into the future of Marshawn Lynch. Should Major League Baseball start playing games in London? Lastly, more details emerge in the Derrick Coleman case.
Monday, January 25, 2016
- NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the AFC, NFC title games
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about what came out of Sunday's conference championship games.
- January 25, 2016 - Hour: 3
Should Jeremy Lane and Jermaine Kearse be priorities for the Seahawks to re-sign? They are deep enough at both positions, there are injury concerns with Lane, so there’s no reason to pay those guys more than they have to. Are the Seahawks in a better position than the Cardinals? In the "Eavesdrop" Does Cam Newton get too much credit for the Panthers success as we hear in the quote 'Cam Newton and a bunch of slappies'? The guys end it as always with "Parting Shots!"
- January 25, 2016 - Hour: 2
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com talks about the Patriots matchup with the Broncos was probably the worst scenario for them, like many he thinks the Super Bowl win or lose will be Peyton Manning's last game and he thinks Carolina is a very tough team to prepare for. In "Wait a Minute...What?" There's still no DH in National League for now, Momma Lynch weighs in on Marshawn’s retirement, and Tom’s cousin busts the Cardinals for hacking the Astros. In "Have an Opinion, Already!" what would you like on your tombstone and what NFL player would you pick to start your team?
- January 25, 2016 - Hour: 1
The Super Bowl match up has been decided. Who is the America rooting for? More importantly who is Seattle rooting for: Denver or Carolina? Will Carson Palmer recover from this loss? Lastly did the NFL get it right when it comes to the extra point?
Friday, January 22, 2016
- John Clayton on where a Marshawn Lynch retirement would leave Seahawks
John Clayton joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about John Schneider's comments regarding Marshawn Lynch and what his retirement would mean for Seattle.
- January 22, 2016 - Hour: 3
John Clayton from ESPN says he agrees with John Schneider thinking Marshawn Lynch will retire, the problem with the field in Carolina, and the other teams (Chargers and Raiders) trying to move to LA may face opposition by the mayor. It's the final edition of "Win Brock’s Stuff" as we unveil a winner. The guys end the show as always with "Parting Shots!"
- January 22, 2016 - Hour: 2
It's an extended edition of "Have an Opinion, Already!" featuring Craig Gass in Studio! Lots of impressions. In "Wait a Minute...What?" David Blatt is fired as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers (he had a 30-11 record to this point), Andy Reid defends his clock management against the Patriots, and Cliff Robinson to open a pot shop in Portland. The Seahawks warn the Cardinals about the turf in Carolina, would you be giving your division rival tips?