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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST 2015 College Football Preview with Michael Felder

Some might tell you the college season got underway with North Dakota State and the Grizz, but those of us with the Sickness know the true kickoff to the college party begins when Bleacher Report’s Michael Felder (@InTheBleachers) stops in for his annual visit on the college preview podcast.  Join us for a trip around the country, talking conference races, players to watch, title contenders, and any number of topics upon which Felder opined in his unique way.  Ready thyself for the 2015 season with a click and a listen. GET YOUR HELMET ON!

The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, Episode 196

We’re just a few short weeks away from the start of the real football season.  For now, per annual ritual, the fake stuff will suffice in short bursts, and there’s more than enough to talk about when it comes to the game we all love.  Some of it is less than pleasant, of course (*glances at Waco, TX*), but that’s life.  Fortunately, the bulk of our football discussion remains as ever: speed, physicality, intellectual challenge, perseverance.  Join Ryan Burns and Sen Sogah for all of the above and more in Episode 196 of the FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST.  GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, Regular Season Episode 4

We’re a quarter of the way through the NFL season already, college ball is in full conference-play swing, and unless you’re a total disaster, your fantasy squad is still alive and kicking. Join Ryan Burns and Sen Sogah on the FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST to talk about all of it. We’ll run through the past weekend’s games, look ahead to some killer matchups in the weekend ahead, cobble together some quarterly-report thoughts and even announce a big trade we consummated in our home league. Gridiron fun for all. Have a click and a listen, and GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 NFL PREVIEW & PICKS SPECIAL

IT. IS. TIME.

GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 Cleveland Browns Preview with Brendan Leister

Warning: Burns likes to talk about the Browns. So, this one may go a little longer than some of the others. If you can live with extra football, and extra Cleveland Browns football, at that, then you’ll be just fine. Fortunately, Brendan Leister of DraftBrowns.com is here to help keep a sense of sanity on the podcast, and his thorough knowledge of the Cleveland squad shines throughout. Sit back, crack a box of Milk Bones, and GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 Tennessee Titans Preview with Jimmy Morris (MusicCityMiracles.com)

The Titans are a tough group to read heading into 2013, but at least one thing seems clear: it is time for both Mike Munchak and Jake Locker to leave their mark. In the modern NFL, the coach and QB are often closely tied, and these two came into power in Nashville together.  They’ve added some solid talent on both sides of the ball this offseason. Will it be enough to make strides in a division that looks to be getting stronger all around?  We asked Jimmy Morris, editor of the fantastic Music City Miracles, to join us and drop some Titans knowledge, and he did not disappoint. Kick back and enjoy. But don’t forget to GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

 

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 St. Louis Rams Preview with Ryan Van Bibber

The Rams are coming off a season where they dominated intra-divisional play despite being in the NFC West with two of the league’s powers in 2012. Things do not appear to have gotten any easier in 2013, but the Rams have continued to add talent all over the field, thanks in part to the RGIII bounty of draft picks. And as one of the league’s youngest squads, they seem set up for a nice long run. But questions also remain. Will Sam Bradford benefit from a little stability and weaponry finally added to the offense? Can the defense repeat against the tough NFC offenses it will face? It’s going to be another grind just to get through the season, but this team seems built for it. We asked Ryan Van Bibber of SB Nation and Turf Show Times to help us make sense of it all, and he drops Rams knowledge left and right. Better GET YOUR HELMET ON!!

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 Detroit Lions Preview with Ty Schalter

The Lions are an enigma wrapped in a riddle. Despite electric talent all over the field, they have yet to put it consistently together to become one of the league’s top teams. The Jim Schwartz Era has been underway longer than it might seem, and another mediocre finish could be a problem for the young coach. The team is committed to Matt Stafford to the tune of $76.5 million, and have surrounded him with an explosive but imperfect offense. The defensive front four is as nasty as they come, and should cause problems for the league’s prolific passers. But in a tough division and a tougher conference, the Lions have very little margin for error. Ty Schalter helps us break it all down. GET YOUR HELMET ON!!

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COLLEGE SICKNESS: 2013 PAC 12 Preview Podcast with Lisa Horne

In the first of our College Sickness Conference Previews, Lisa Horne joins Sen Sogah and Ryan Burns to break down the Pac 12. UCLA and Stanford met in the conference title game, and each looks poised to make a run at it again. But each has challengers aplenty. The conference is loaded with talent amongst both players and coaches. Don’t let Chip Kelly’s departure fool you: the Pac 12 is here to stay regardless. Longtime Pac observer, Heisman voter and college football writer Lisa Horne joined the guys to break it all down. Fair warning, Cal fans: it’s no fun for you. Better GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

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The FOOTBALL SICKNESS PODCAST, 2013 Kansas City Chiefs Preview with BJ Kissel

It would be an understatement of massive proportions to say that 2012 did not go according to plan in Kansas City.  The whole ship fell apart and sank under the weight of injuries, poor qb play, and insufficient leadership at all levels. As a result, they were all jettisoned and replaced with new men. In step Andy Reid, John Dorsey and Alex Smith to attempt success where Romeo Crennel, Scott Pioli and Matt Cassel left failure.  The cupboard, however, is reasonably well-stocked, with recognizable talent at many key positions. Will it be enough to make the Chiefs competitive in what otherwise looks to be a one-horse race in the AFC West?  We shall see.  We asked BJ Kissel to bring his observations from camp and preseason to the podcast to help us make sense of what we’re all about to see, and he’s got plenty of good information for you. Sit back, relax and GET YOUR HELMET ON!!!

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