Listen to Allen, Tim, and Michael make their Championship Round predictions and evaluate the divisional round. We also discuss how the COVID situation and sports were related. Here’s Michael’s post about gambling if you are interested.
The Question After we published our second playoff roundtable episode for the year, I received a question via email from a listener. Would you consider friendly wagers of $5–10 sinful? I think this is a question worth answering, and I’ll attempt to do it with brevity rather than an in-depth analysis. Does Context Matter? My […]
Last week we made several bold predictions, but were we right? Will we be right again this week? Will Nick say the weirdest things or is he just misunderstood? Tune in to hear your favorite theologians discuss the NFL playoffs! Note: We use betting language to discuss which team will win games, but we in […]
This is our NFL Playoffs preview episode! Last year we got more feedback on our playoffs predictions than any other episodes. Michael, Tim, Allen, and Nicholas get together to preview the new and expanded 2021 NFL Playoffs. There are hot-takes, Cowboy’s jokes, men’s movie recommendations and picks for all the games this weekend including the […]
Jason, Michael, Timmm, Nick, Justin and Allen continue their discussion and mostly fallible predictions of the NFL playoffs and now, the Super Bowl. You will not want to miss this episode. What other Super Bowl podcast will you hear references to Steve Camp, More Cowbell, Mitchell Trubisky, and Rob Bell?
Jason, Michael, Timmm, and Allen continue their discussion and predictions of the NFL playoffs conference championship round. Last week Michael correctly predicted that the Ravens would be embarrassed on their home field. Will he have another bold prediction that makes you question your cessationist convictions? Will every piece of audio with Allen seem really odd […]
Jason, Michael, Timmm, Allen and special guest Nicholas Coughlin discuss the NFL playoffs divisional round. Last week Michael correctly predicted that Tom Brady’s postseason would end on a tipped pass being intercepted for a touchdown. What will they have for us this week? Will Nicholas trash his dad’s Browns? Will Tim Bates say hyperbolic things […]
Jason, Michael, Timmm, and special guest Nicholas Coughlin discuss the NFL playoffs. Predictions and hot takes are made. If you enjoy the NFL you will want to listen in to this playoff preview.
The National Football League recently decided to honor former quarterback Mike Vick by making him an honorary captain in the league’s annual Pro Bowl. Vick was undoubtedly one of the most electrifying players the NFL has ever seen. His speed, elusiveness, and arm caused a lot of problems for opposing teams. Vick, on the other […]
Another glorious year of NFL football draws to a close and a desperate nation turns its lonely eyes to Los Angeles. Meanwhile, most of Los Angeles was recently surprised to learn it had a football team. They have shoulder pads and everything! Cool, huh? Although most residents feel a bit slighted that New York has […]
As we head into 2019, it’s worth saying that the sports fan has never been so blessed. We have so much to consume and the level of play in almost every league is better than it has ever been. Far from being artificially exciting as baseball was in the early 2000s, and far from being […]
I’m a little late on predictions seeing as the Razorbacks have already played one game. However, it was an FCS opponent and I think you can all believe me when I say that I would have picked them anyway. As far as the Cowboys go, they haven’t played yet so my prediction on them is […]
On the 25th of June, 2018, the Lord Jesus Christ granted me an opportunity to preach the Word to a college football team. There’s a school in Ohio that is not a Christian University, but, due to some Christian faculty in the athletic department, I was asked to bring a message before a summer workout […]
I’m old enough to remember a time when the running joke was about people being more excited for the commercials than the game. The games were routinely lopsided and the commercials, in my nostalgic mind, were hysterical. I don’t know how true that is. From 1985 (the year I was born) to 1997, there were […]
Post-millennialism took another hit this year as the NFL playoffs produced the Eagles and the Patriots in the Super Bowl. At this point, why do we even watch? We all know the Eagles will give them a good game for a few quarters, then the Patriots will slowly coil around them; and just as the […]