Could I possibly get any more games wrong this week?! Not sure how enthusiastic I am about tonight’s contest. It is still the second week and there is a lot to grow on. The end of the football week is here and this is how I see it.
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS vs CHICAGO BEARS:
The Bears looked good against the Packers last Sunday Night. Impressive even. The NFC North is going to be a tough division. The addition of Khalil Mack on defense was monster. It is safe to call them a wrecking crew. Mitchell Trubisky has got the hang of it. There is no way that the Seattle defense will be able to stop him. Do not get it twisted though. The Hawks still have Russell Wilson who is capable of making magic happen, but there just is not enough talent around him to get it done consistently. Unfortunately, this will be one-sided and that is that. Chicago will get the win that they let slip last week tonight.
What do you all think? How did the rest of the week’s go for you? Let me know. Good luck to your teams and picks!
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Recorded on September 9, 2018 at Starbucks Vista Gardens Lanham, Md.
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Recorded on September 1, 2018
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Tamika returns for another solo ride while Yolanda is away, but this week she is joined by DC based sports publicist, Thomasina Perkins-Washington of Capitol Public Relations. Tamika interviews Thomasina on the highs and lows of being a publicist in the sports world. Take a listen because you may learn a thing or two like Tamika did!
Recorded on August 13, 2018
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Recorded at the FXBG Public Radio Studios on July 14th, 2018.
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Recorded live at the FXBG Public Radio Studios in Fredericksburg, VA on Saturday July 14th, 2018.
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Recorded July 6th, 2018 at the FXBG Public Radio Studios.