NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

Dave Dameshek is joined by Cynthia Frelund, Matt "Money" Smith and Maurice Jones-Drew to discuss the NFL teams that famously fell short of expectations in response to the latest news regarding Tiger Woods and his decline from the top. The fellas and Cynthia also preview the upcoming NBA Finals and determine if the 1989 All-NBA team would beat the 2017 squad. Then, thanks to MJD's return, the guys discuss the next season of Game of Thrones and debate the best format for this year's fantasy league. Lastly, in this edition of "Cynthesize It!" Cynthia breaks down why she believes DeAndre Hopkins will have an impressive 2017 season.

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Dave Dameshek turns it over to two of our DDFP favorites, Ike Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew, for Vol. 1 of their best moments on the show from this past season. From the time the guys co-hosted the show in Shek's absence to their fantastic commentary during Joe Buck's visit, Ike and Maurice have clearly proven they are deserving of the "Best of" treatment. Relive MJD's emotional draft story, gain some valuable game of life advice from Dear Ikey and perhaps even indulge in some football analysis with the help of "Ike's Corner Corner." 

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Dave Dameshek is joined by Handsome Hank and Cynthia Frelund to react to the latest 2017 NFL rule changes. Also, in response to the league relaxing rules on celebrations, Dave tells the story of when Adam Carolla invented an infamous touchdown "celebration" later used by Doug Baldwin for Tom Cruise and Jon Hamm. Then, in this edition of "Half Empty, Half Full" the fellas and Cynthia look at the positives and negatives facing both the Ravens and Browns. Lastly, for "Cynthesize It!" Cynthia makes the case for Matthew Stafford being better than Big Ben. 

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Dave Dameshek is joined by the first couple of Philadelphia sports, Colleen Wolfe and John Gonzalez, to discuss Philly fans' booing philosophy, and rank the city's true sports rivals. Also, in this edition of "Half Empty, Half Full" Colleen and John predict where the Eagles will finish in the NFC East this season. Then, EmmaVP reads Shek's "internal" memo to the producers, where he shows his true colors in defining a new code of conduct for show production in the offseason. Plus, another Producer Conference, covering the NBA, rompers for men and best movie theater treats!

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Dave Dameshek is joined by Handsome Hank and Bald Bryan to discuss Colin Kaepernick's future and where he could realistically land in response to the rumors of interest from Seattle. Then, the fellas revisit Bald Bryan's ongoing list of "actor redundancies" and review some of the greatest movie streaks by prominent actors, highlighting Harrison Ford and Tom Hanks. Plus, Producer Sully provides his latest football player-food comparison list, this time drawing parallels between defenders and popular snack foods.

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Dave Dameshek is first joined by Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril to discuss his team's dominant defense and how they plan to bounce back in 2017. Also, Shek asks Cliff about Earl Thomas being the Seahawks' "jenga piece" and gets his insider's perspective on the Richard Sherman trade rumors. Then, in response to Shek referring to Philip Rivers as a "borderline" Hall of Famer on NFL Network's Top 100 reaction show, Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward joins the show to defend his teammate. Plus, Casey weighs in on how the Chargers plan to win the AFC West this season and details his Los Angeles moving plans.

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Dave Dameshek is joined by Michael Fabiano and Cynthia Frelund to discuss Fabs' recently released list of the Top 200 Players for 2017. The fellas and Cynthia talk about the potential strategy the Raiders will utilize with the return of Marshawn Lynch, as well as the impact Eddie Lacy could have in Seattle. Also, the guys determine which running backs are prime for breakout 2017 seasons, highlighting Jordan Howard's performance so far in Chicago. Lastly, with LeGarrette Blount's future still being uncertain, the guys discuss the best potential landing spots for him this season.

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Dave Dameshek is joined by Handsome Hank and Patrick Claybon to discuss the news of Jamaal Charles signing with the Denver Broncos and how this affects C.J. Anderson going forward. The guys also debate which newly relocated running back, including Jamaal Charles, Marshawn Lynch, Adrian Peterson and Mike Gillislee, will have the most success in 2017. Then, the fellas react to the list of players revealed so far from the "Top 100 Players of 2017" and discuss if Alex Smith deserves his current spot. Plus, the guys rank the Star Wars movies in honor of May the 4th!

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Dave Dameshek is joined by Handsome Hank, Matt "Money" Smith and Cynthia Frelund to break down the 2017 NFL Draft, beginning with the Chicago Bears' controversial pick of Mitchell Trubisky. Also, Dave details his positive experience in Philadelphia, while also calling out Philly fans for inadvertently booing themselves during speeches from the Commissioner and Drew Pearson. Then, the fellas and Cynthia discuss the Chargers' impressive picks and commend the Browns and Jets for not reaching for QBs this year. Lastly, Money declares the Chiefs as one of his Draft losers and the guys talk about the best potential fits for Jay Cutler now that the Draft is complete.

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