Going For 2: Episode 68 is LIVE!
The last few weeks in the sports world have been a rollercoaster ride. We’ve had the highest of highs with the Super Bowl to one of the lowest points with the passing of Kobe, Gigi, and seven others just two weeks ago.
The episode starts with us reflecting on the Kobe Bryant news. We talk about the impact Kobe had on the game, what we’ll miss about Mamba, and how the NBA should honor him.
Kansas City, your Chiefs are Super Bowl Champs! After 50 years of losing, the Chiefs finally have a second Lombardi Trophy. What did we think of the game overall? Did Pat Mahomes deserve to be Super Bowl MVP?
What does 2020 have up its sleeve? We’re already looking forward to the 2020 NFL season. Who do we see as the favorite? Do we see any darkhorse teams rising from the ashes?
Now that football is done, we really start to shift our focus to hockey. The trade deadline is just around the corner, and the NHL deadline has always proven to be exciting. The Penguins are going to be extremely active. We discuss some of the top targets for the Penguins.
Fantasy doesn’t ever go away! We’re continuing to look back on the 2019 season with a breakdown of the QB position. While the top QB isn’t a surprise the others in the top-10 might not be expected.
Finally, we wrap with our one awesome thing in sports. Jimi elaborates on a new Super Bowl celebration, while Andy talks about one of the best wrestling matches this season.
Remembering Kobe Bryant
- Super Bowl recap
- Chiefs take home Lombardi
- How the Chiefs won the Super Bowl
- Niners regrets
- Pat Mahomes wins MVP
2020 NFL season
- Super Bowl LV odds
- Who are the next San Francisco 49ers
- Steelers 2020 offseason moves
- 10 way to early predictions for 2020
Hockey trade deadline
- NHL trade deadline tracker
- Penguins trade targets
- Current NHL Power Rankings
- Penguins goalie battle
- Ovi nears 700 career-goals
- Top-10 QBs from 2019
- Dak’s top performance
- Can Lamar replicate his 2019?
- What happened to Aaron Rogers
- Suprise QBs for 2020
- Early 2020 ADP