MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL is upon us! It may not be the most exciting game, but it's a game nonetheless.
MIAMI DOLPHINS VS CAROLINA PANTHERS:
How bad is it when your starting QB starts with sore ribs? That is what it came down to last week when 'Phins QB Jay Cutler led his team onto the field. Let's not mention the fact that they traded their star RB Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles. Why was Cutler's return to the league warranted? There has been no indication this far that he will bring them the winning seasons as they have had the past couple of years. The 'Phins are more than lethargic on both sides of the ball. The Panthers are slightly better. The trade of WR Kelvin Benjamin, a favorite target of QB Cam Newton, to the Buffalo Bills was a bit strange, but albeit necessary for their reasons, right? The Panthers seem to be more together than the Dolphins, which is not saying much. Expect Carolina to air it out over the mediocre Miami defense. There is not much to see here folks.
That is it for Week 10. How did the week turn out for everyone? The season is winding down quickly. Let's see what happens with the playoffs around the corner. Good luck to your teams and picks!
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This is the last installment of the Black History in Sports for the ladies of Rogue Sports. They close out the month discussing Simone Biles and other African American gymnasts from the Olympics.
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Recorded on February 10, 2019 at Starbucks Vista Gardens- Bowie, Md
It’s Black History Month! Yo and Meeka highlight the accomplishments and history being made of some of today’s top athletes in their respective sports. They kick off this series with tennis star, Serena Williams. She has done so much on the tennis court that has made her a household name, but do you know what she’s done off the court to make a difference? You’ll learn that when you listen to this show. Check it out!
Recorded at Starbucks in Vista Gardens Bowie, MD on February 9, 2019
Happy New Year! Yo and Meeka are back with more sports talk for 2019. Super Bowl LIII is set with the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots. The road wasn’t easy, but these two seed teams came out victorious. The ladies discuss the conference games and the controversial referee call during the Rams/Saints game.
Recorded on January 21, 2019
On this episode of #PEACEOFMIND Viv is joined by her friend and fellow activist Reuben Chavez. The two discuss the case of Eduardo Samaniego, an undocumented activist who has been detained by ICE for over 90 days over 27.00 dollars.
They also share their experiences from the Indigenous People March hosted by the Indigenous people movement in Washington DC. The two come to the realization that America's greatest president wasn't so great after all thanks to Mark Charles lesson: We need to teach our colonizers their own history. They also touch on the Nathan Phillips incident and how Great grandmother Mary Lyons stole the hearts of the crowd. Give it a listen, like and share. Special shout out to one of our past guest Hope Butler for opening the rally with her beautiful voice.
Recorded on January 20, 2019
From the day you are born you have it. You can't see it, you can't physically hold it but at a certain age you realize you have it. Puberty seems to push you to get rid of it. Once you do it could be the happiest moment of your young life or the most regrettable. Because once it's gone it's gone forever. It's your virginity.
Recorded on January 13, 2019
2019 is the year we JUST DO. On this year's first episode Vivian talks about her goals for Peace of Mind, new ventures for the ROCKDEEP family, and taking your health seriously by putting your money where your mouth is.
Recorded on January 9, 2019
The ladies discuss and give their opinions on the Kareem Hunt situation. There’s also discussion about the referee calls not being made in the games, domestic violence within the NFL, and talks about football picks for the week. Take a listen!
Recorded at Starbucks at Vista Gardens in Bowie, MD on December 2, 2018.