Join host Harry Broadhurst and Erik Watkins as they present their unique look at the worlds of college and professional football, mixing a blend of statistical knowledge with razor-sharp wit.
Erik stays classy once again as he sits in the anchor's chair to guide Harry (with Jason being on assignment and Keneddi not being able to words, again) through a slower bit of the summer and a truncated newsdesk episode.
The duo starts with the NFL laying down the hammer for the teams who didn't follow the rules during OTAs, and discuss the ramifications for not only this season, but for the near future as the NFL expands their calendar.
Moving on, Erik and Harry give their particular opinions about the Frank Clark and Richard Sherman news. Let's just say they're not big fans of either development, and they will let you know exactly why.
They next give their take of the latest bout between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, giving a fair warning about what fans should expect from their franchise going forward with some potential dark days ahead.
The main focus was on the variety of news from the Washington Football Team, talking about everything from the front office changes to the anticipation of the team's new permanent name and logo, with a little mix of DC sports ownership history and their own unique sendoff.
Finally, Erik and Harry congratulate the Jaguars on the Trevor Lawrence contract, and give their insight on how summers of football could change forever, and which aspiring league could have a big advantage when they take the field.
All that and much more when you check out season four, episode forty of The Kickoff, a presentation of the W2MNetwork (online at w2mnet.com).
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