With a strong set of personal relationships built on years covering the team, Finlay brings a fresh and engaging style to interviews with players, coaches and alumni for the podcast. So, JP Finlay, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey are here once more, and they begin by diving into the franchise's search for a GM.
Once that wraps, the trio moves on to quarterback, wondering if Alex Smith will return or retire, how Taylor Janice fits into the equation and why, if at all possible, the team should be in on the DeShawn Watson sweepstakes. From there, Pete reviews how he was run over by Brian Mitchell recently (and then gets salty) and then JP gets in on the FM fun before the guys give out one pick for each of this weekend's playoff games.
If you like podcasts where Pete makes a very basic revelation and the possibility of Reverse Ashburn Syndrome is discovered, then this is the episode for you. For the last time for a while, JP Finlay, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey are coming at you from the FedEx Field parking lot to break down a Washington game, this one their playoff loss to the Bus.
After that, there's chatter about how the defense handled itself vs. Tom Brady, criticism about the number of drops and a brief look at the top three off season priorities. And to close, JP, Mitch and Pete run through one final set of Over/Under, 100 Chips and Game Balls and Goats before trying to put a bow on a wild campaign.
If you like podcasts where Mitch tries to be Mr. Shtick instead of Pete and JP ends things with a magnificent monologue about roller coasters, then this is the episode for you. To begin, JP Finlay, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey run through the team's current QB situation as well as the injuries that Antonio Gibson, Terry Clarín, Brandon Sheriff and Kendall Fuller are dealing with.
Then, they toss to an excellent, fiery interview with Rodney Harrison, who outlines how the defense can get to his ex-teammate, Tom Brady, and reveals his very high opinion of Gibson. The Washington Football Team is playoff bound, and JP Finlay, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey are here to celebrate with you.
Yes, they also address Doug Peterson basically giving Ron Rivera's club the dub, but that's secondary to all the good vibes. Also in the show, you'll hear Mitch rant about Tom Brady's upcoming trip to Landover and Pete accidentally spill a hypothetical beer.
If you like podcasts when Washington's current rebuild gets compared to buying a beachfront property and JP just NAILS his opening, then this is the episode for you. JP Finlay, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey seriously hope this isn't their last preview installment of the season.
To start it off, the guys go through the injury updates you care about most, while also touching on how the Eagles are looking health wise before Sunday's meeting. From there, they run through their pregame segments, where Mitch goes nuts in 100 Chips, there's a lot of Antonio Gibson hype in Over/Under, and everyone ends up predicting a victory.
After those all wrap, there's time for some shtick, as Pete has JP and Mitch try to guess the movie he was watching before the mics turned on and then the trio hands out some Us. If you like podcasts where JP is afraid that the heater beneath his feet could malfunction at any second and each host does their best Chase Young impression, then this is the episode for you.
EMERGENCY POD: Reacting to the news that Dwayne Haskins' time in Washington is officially, and suddenly, DONE This summary won't take long. If you like podcasts where JP Finlay battles with some sunlight and he, Mitch Fischer and Pete Hailey all list their defining moment of Dwayne's career in Washington, then this is the episode for you.
My spouse was deployed to Iraq for operation enduring freedom, and throughout the off season and this whirlwind of a football season you all provided me with a couple of hours of escape every week. The 4 host JP Mitch Peat, and the late great Rich Handler have a true friendship.
Washington Football Talk Podcast | RUN Skip to main content Locked on WashingtonFootballTeam has the latest reaction, news, and player interviews from the organization with this daily podcast from DC & national sports personality, Chris Russell.
You can also catch Chris at WashingtonFootball on SI.com and on 106.7 The FAN & the Radio.com app. Locked on WashingtonFootballTeam is your home for FT coverage all-year round.
Locked on WashingtonFootballTeam has the latest reaction, news, and player interviews from the organization with this daily podcast from DC & national sports personality, Chris Russell. You can also catch Chris at WashingtonFootball on SI.com and on 106.7 The FAN & the Radio.com app.
Who are the Washington Football Team looking at for their GM spot + hear from Taylor Janice -- who took the FT & fans on a magic carpet ride. BEN STANDING JOINS US ON LOFT Ben Standing of The Athletic and the “Standing Room Only” Podcast joins us to break down the Washington Football Team.
The sound is always off with either poor quality or noise in the background. Chris brings some good information but is always negative.
ESPN, Mel Viper Jr., Todd McKay, Field Yates Standing Room Only: A show about the Washington Football Team and D.C. sports on Apple PodcastsEach week The Athletic's Ben Standing brings you the latest stories surrounding the WashingtonFootballTeam and other sports around the D.C. area.
Each week The Athletic's Ben Standing brings you the latest stories surrounding the WashingtonFootballTeam and other sports around the D.C. area. Bills GM Brandon Beans on Ron Rivera, Washington's new front office Big episode of the podcast as The Athletic's Ben Standing interviews Buffalo Bills GM Brandon Beans on the day the Washington Football Team unveils its new front office.
First, Ben talks about the hires of GM Martin Mayhew and Executive VP of Football /Player Personnel Marty Hurley, Ron Rivera's big picture, and Kyle Smith's future. Then Ben welcomes in Brandon Beans (18:47), who worked at Carolina with Hurley and Rivera.
The Athletic's Ben Standing breaks down the Washington Football Team's expected hiring of former Carolina GM Marty Hurley as their new GM, whether a safe hire is a wrong move and what this means for Kyle Smith (1:55). The Athletic's Panthers reporter Joe Person also joins the podcast to share his insights on Hurley's draft history, relationship with Ron Rivera and more (15:13).
Then the fellas discuss the latest on Washington's GM search as Ben shares what he's heard from league sources on the candidates, the pre-Internet favorite and Ron Rivera's vision. Then Ben dives into Russell Westbrook's status (8:15) before Chase Hughes (NBC Sports Washington), Neil Daley (Hoop District), and Adam Rubin (Truth About It) weigh on the Wizards' season, whether to trade Bradley Deal in light of the James Harden trade, when this team next makes the playoffs and plenty more (11:30).
Washington Football Team GM search: The calls are going outside The Athletic's Ben Standing shares what he's heard about the Washington Football Team's general manager search including apparent front runners and what the speculation means for VP of Player Personnel Kyle Smith. Plus other FT thoughts on quarterbacks, sustainability, facing a first-place schedule and more with the Washington Times Matt Paras.
The party's over for FT, but the off season is just beginning The Athletic's Ben Standing recaps the Washington Football Team's playoff loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and previews the off season with Chris Russell (The Team 980), Does Ron Rivera think QB1 is on the roster? Is the positive trend sustainable? Started listening to Ben’s podcasts back when he hosted Locked On Wizards and followed him here.
Despite, or maybe because of, his somewhat grumpy demeanor, Ben is one of the best analysts of the DC sports landscape and especially the trials and tribulations of the football team and the Wiz. If you want enthusiasm about the state of sports in our nation’s capital, look to the team -affiliated propaganda pods.
With a strong set of personal relationships built on years at Redskins Park, Finlay brings a fresh and engaging style to interviews with players, coaches and 'Skins alumni for the podcast. After an emotional, costly and underachieving win of 19-14 over the Baltimore Ravens to intend their 2020 mark to 11-0, the Pittsburgh Steelers are oddly looking for redemption when they host the WashingtonFootballteam on Monday at 5 p.m. EST at Heinz Field.
The DIY aspect lends itself to spotty audio quality or less-polished hosts, but that’s the beauty of it. All fans with enough passion and basic technical know-how can share their voice and viewpoint with the world.
It’s safe to say if you like ESPN Radio or TV programming, you can find it in a podcast format, too. Report features all you’d expect from Bill Simmons: Red Sox/Yankees talk, a six-part NBA preview, guessing NFL betting lines with Cousin Sal plus interviews with Chuck Letterman, Saturday Night Live writer Robert Miguel and other visiting luminaries.
Real World/Road Rules Challenge talk has more or less migrated to Grant land Pop Culture. Risen has also interviewed Kevin Costner, Carrie Underwood, Larry David, Matt Damon and more.
Hosts Dan Rubinstein and Ty Hildebrand break down each Saturday’s games, preview the week ahead and help college football memes bubble up to the surface. BO Wallace” and “Nick Roles in a Losing Effort (plus sound effect)” mean something to you, odds are you’re a Verbally.
Eye On College Football Chip Patterson hosts the three-times-a-week podcast featuring CBSSports.com college football staff, including Dennis Dodd (on the aptly named Podcast), Jerry Palm, Tom Cornell and more than they recap each Saturday, talk news and BCS and break down picks of the week. The CBS crew brings knowledge, opinions, banter and tales from the road long before March Madness.
Listen to Avalon Sports writers Braden Gall and David Fox talk BO Gemini, Oklahoma State-Texas Tech, Miami-Florida State and more Week 10 action in this week's Avalon Sports Cover 2 Podcast. Out kick the Podcast Seven episodes in and Clay Travis has interviewed Joe Namath, Ricky Williams and Phillip Fuller.
The love-him or hate-him host also knows his audience and knows it will go bonkers for an interview with former South Carolina quarterback and off-the-field legend Stephen Garcia. David Smith, another Avalon contributor, looks at big-picture racing issues with guests from all over the sport.