On this week’s show, Garrett and Jamie discuss the Chargers first road win and a couple things that were encouraged from the game Sunday. They also talk about Mike McCoy walking out on the media, his animated press conference after the win and D.J. Fluker’s multiple concussions last week. Jamie shed some light on Donald Butler’s contract and end the show on high note by settling the debate: Taylor Swift or Katy Perry. Another good time on the Lightning Round Podcast.
The Uncensored version of the Lightning Round Podcast is NSFW
If you need a reminder, this edition of the Podcast is chock-full of profanity so get the young ones out of the room, make sure your co-workers are not within earshot and all the sensitive Chargers fans are not anywhere near the area. The most requested version of the show is back, so sit back and enjoy the dark side of the uncensored version of the Lightning Round Podcast because we’re all just fed up.
The Chargers find a way not to lose during the Bye Week and the dynamic duo of Jamie and Garrett hand out some mid-season awards a week too late. They talk about what they did without Chargers football on Sunday and get a lot more questions about 2016 draft picks. The boys discuss the potential of using a Fullback, project the repercussions of the Chargers drafting a project with a Top 5 pick and a lot more on this edition of the Lightning Round Podcast.
The Lightning Round Podcast takes a very ironic approach to the recap of the Chargers loss to the Bears on Monday night. The guys talk about why it’s time to “Get Down with the Tank” and unintentionally get several movie references in on the show. They also chat about the Chargers players going out and clubbing on Monday night plus Garrett and Jamie discuss what they would do to improve this team in the offseason through Free Agency and the Draft.
In this week’s episode of the Lightning Round Podcast, Jamie and Garrett recap the Chargers last second loss in Baltimore. The guys talk about all the important takeaways from the game and some interesting personnel changes. They already start talking possible Free Agents, draft and project current Chargers they’d bring back next year.
All this and more on this week’s podcast.
*The Uncensored version of the Lightning Round Podcast is NSFW*
Get the kids out of the room, make sure your co-workers are not within earshot and all the sensitive Chargers fans are not in the vicinity because this special uncensored edition of the podcast is profanity-laden and contains some brutal honesty. Underneath all the foul language are two guys that are venting as much as every Chargers fan wants to do right now. We know you’re thinking it, we’re just saying it out loud. So help get the poison out and come to the dark side of the uncensored version of the Lightning Round Podcast, it’s actually kind of therapeutic.
In this installment of the Lightning Round Podcast the guys review the game at Lambeau on Sunday. Jamie and Garrett make the argument to start implementing a rotation at Inside Linebackers and probably at Running Back as well. Also on the show they talk game management vs. the Packers, urge fans to be make a good impression at the Town Hall, preview “Raiders Week” and a whole lot more shenanigans.
All this and more on this week’s podcast.
On this week’s podcast the guys find some positives in a heart-breaking last second loss. They (but mostly Garrett) argue why Steelers fans in the stadium on Monday means next to nothing. The boys also discuss the coaching staff, why Joe Barksdale deserves some praise and wrap it up by giving keys to the game against Green Bay.
The Chargers find a way to win at home against the Browns on a last second field goal and the guys chew over the positives and negatives from the game. Garrett & Jamie try to talk fans down about the team re-signing Donald Brown in the most calm way possible. They also explain the fundamental difference between making a tackle and making a play, get excited about the return of Antonio Gates, give you a somewhat misleading title to the podcast and a whole lot more on this week’s show.
Where do the Chargers go from here? What needs fixing and how do they fix it? Garrett and Jamie offer solutions on how to improve this current Chargers team. The guys find some good in an overall bad game, talk about who’s to the blame for the 1-2 start and discuss Eric Weddle’s agents comments on Twitter. They wrap the show up with a review of what to watch for with the Browns and what the keys are to the game on Sunday.