Chase Senior and Matt McGloin recap week 11 across the NFL. Seahawks get a much needed win against the Cardinals, the Raiders are back despite the loss, Taysom Hill, the insane athlete impresses in first start at QB, Titans and Ravens add another installment to their great non divisional rivalry, Tua benched, Burrow hurt, Herbert is ballin!
On this episode of The Chase Down Podcast, Chase Senior brings on John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, who's popularity has risen nationally since election week. Topics include: His path in politics, allegations of voter fraud, his use of Twitter to fact check, get his messages across and hold people accountable, if President Donald Trump will run again in 2024, the legalization of marijuana in Pennsylvania and social justice reform. Enjoy!
"This is our new norm. To be playing football in February." That Eagles coach Doug Pederson said on parade day in 2018 after the Eagles beat the Patriots. So much for the new norm. The Eagles have gotten worse every season since and are 3-5-1 facing a brutal upcoming schedule. What has happened and how can the Birds be fixed? Chase Senior has a plan.
Chase Down Fast Five: Dustin Johnson Gets It Done, Giants Improving, Kyle Trask & Mac Jones, Raiders and Dolphins Rebuilds, Kyler Magic
Lets get it. Another Chase Down Fast Five. It's good to be Dustin Johnson, the Giants are improving every week, two NFL teams are going to get great value selecting either Kyle Trask or Mac Jones, the Dolphins, Raiders, Cardinals rebuilds are well ahead of schedule, Murray Magic. https://thechasedown.com/2020/11/16/the-chase-down-fast-5-five-observations-and-takeaways-from-the-weekend/
Chase Senior are back to recap week 10 across the NFL. Bad beats and the Murray Magic Hail Murray. Similarities between the Dolphins and Raiders rebuilds. Tua vs. Herbert. Buffalo and Arizona, what a game! Hopkins hops! Bill Belichick special vs. the Ravens. Rams, Seahawks and Cardinals all 6-3 in the NFC West. Giants on the rise, Eagles stink. Alex Smith's journey, Drew Brees injury
Last Saturday, Joe Biden was named President-Elect of the United States. He grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has spent his entire adult life in politics and has had to overcome several personal and professional hardships. On this episode of The Chase Down Podcast, Chase Senior speaks with Borys Krawczeniuk, who's been covering politics in Northeastern Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. His story on Biden winning the election was on the front page of The Scranton-Times Tribune. In that story, Borys spoke with some of Biden's childhood friends who have known him for close to eight decades.
There's no better seasonal beer than pumpkin beer! Over the past couple months I have put together the best, deepest and most thorough top five list of the best pumpkin beers I've had this fall. It was a competitive race for the top spot! Who placed in the top five? Who grabbed the top spot? Listen to find out. You can also read the list here: https://thechasedown.com/2020/11/10/my-top-5-pumpkin-beers-this-fall/
Chase Senior and Matt McGloin break down all of the happenings across the NFL in week nine. Tua vs. Kyler was a blast. Justin Herbert is finding out what it's like to be a Charger. Raiders have been impressive. Seahawks and Bills have defensive problems. Buccaneer beat down by the Saints. Garrett Gilbert almost had the day of his life. Concerned about Lamar? Is Mahomes not talked about enough somehow? Dalvin Cook on tear
Debuting The Chase Down Fast Five! Five observations and takeaways in rapid fire fashion from week nine in the NFL now that we're officially past the halfway point and heading down the stretch! 1. Who's the best team in the NFC? 2. Tua can play and has star potential. 3. Starting to get concerned about Lamar Jackson. 4. Is Dalvin Cook the best running back in the game? 5. I don't know how good the Panthers are right now, but I know they're going to be dangerous for a long time.
Illinois is the only state in the Midwest and one of only a handful of states in America where high school football is NOT being played this fall. The hope was that high school basketball would be played, but now that season is in jeopardy as well because of a recent decision made by the state. It's been a contentious battle between the state's governor and the IHSA, parents, coaches and athletes. Chase Senior brings on his great friend and former coworker, Derek Parris of Channel1450.com to explain what's going on in the passionate sports state of Illinois, the mental health toll it's taken on athletes and they reminisce about their time working together.