The Redskins schedule is set and we are ready for sports to return! Razzle, Stevie, and Joe breakdown the schedule, recap the draft, and set their expectations for 2020! The boy’s also discuss the Last Dance… spoiler alert, Razzle was too young to remember anything but wow, MJ was intense and Rodman was nuts! Stevie and Joe talk CoronaVirus, reopening the country, unemployment, and what to expect in a Biden v Trump showdown later this year… welcome back to DTC!
CoronaVirus continues to crush the souls of sports fans around the world and with no end in sight, the boys at DTC are thankful to be healthy, bitter at the lack of live sports content, and hopeful a cure/vaccine will be found soon. NFL free agency is well underway and the Redskins made an interesting moving nabbing one Carolina QB and trading away a starting DB to a bitter rival in the Pacific northwest. What else do the Redskins need to do this offseason, and if Joey B falls to two in the draft… what would YOU do? #HTTR
Stevie, Razzle, and Joe pay respects to the Mamba then switch gears to break down yet another Super Bowl matchup that happens to feature an ex-Redskins coach and several ex-Redskins players too. Stevie likes the Chiefs because of their offensive firepower, Razzle is on the 49ers because of their defensive abilities, and Joe is playing both sides and only cares about the point spreads and prop bets! (This show was recorded live, audio issues, and random interruptions were frequent… we’ll clean that up next time around!)
For many of us the passing of Kobe Bryant and his daughter still seems surreal. She was going to be better than her dad in his own words and sadly the world will never get to see that happen… and as for Kobe… we grew up with Kobe and even though we never met him he felt like family. We saw him enter the league as a teenager, dominate as a man, and retire as an icon. What we didn’t know was just how profound of an impact he was making outside of the public eye… and as the stories start to be shared now that he has passed one thing is absolutely certain… the legend of Kobe Bryant will never die.
The Nationals did it! Hail the Nationals! Won-Soto came up big AGAIN! Mad-max started off a bit rough but eventually settled down and Strasburg put on his big-boy pants and took care of things when the team needed him the most… and through it all… DC fans came out early and stayed late for the incredible celebratory beer-baths that started in the eighth inning and continued until the final pitch! This.Is.It.DC. This Nationals team is not the same as years past… they are the most resilient, even if not the most talented, we have had here in years and we should all embrace it! Next up is the Dodgers… but fear not, P.Corbin gets his first postseason start (ever) after his best season (ever) and is capable of stealing game one for the Nationals! Listen, get ready, and lets go Nats! N-A-T-S Nats Nats Nats!