Episode 123 - NFC West Champs & Rick Makes His Picks
12.28.2020 - By Mitch Unfiltered
RUNDOWN To begin the show, Mitch calls out Hotshot for acting like Joey Cappelletti for his lack of enthusiasm about the NFC West title win for Seattle. Then, the guys delve into their observations from the division-clinching victory for the Hawks over the Rams on Sunday. Three featured guests are ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Harborview medical director Dr. John Lynch. Today's "Other Stuff" topics include the sale of Neverland Ranch, Adam Silver's intriguing comments about a potential return of the NBA in Seattle, and four RIP tributes including a tragic gun incident involving a promising young football player. GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Dr. John Lynch | Director of Harborview Infection Control TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:45 | Your Seattle Seahawks are NFC West champs and Scott isn't impressed like Joey Cappelletti. 6:03 | Given what we saw on Sunday, do you still fear facing the Rams in the playoffs? 11:33 | Scott made a rookie mistake ordering Chinese food on Christmas Day. 20:30 | Mitch presents the code word for another round of Beat the Boys presented by Fireside Home Solutions. 30:03 | The guys bask in the afterglow of the NFC West crowning for Seattle on Sunday afternoon. 54:42 | GUEST: Brady Henderson hops aboard to share is takeaways from the 20-9 win for the Hawks to claim the division title. 1:12:06 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel joins the show to take a look ahead to the college football playoff semifinals later this week. 1:34:54 | GUEST: Dr. John Lynch checks in to provide an overview of the initial stages of distribution for the coronavirus vaccine. 1:47:51 | Neverland Ranch was purchased by billionaire Ron Burkle for a cool $22 million. 1:50:40 | Is the NBA nearing a path to expansion that could bring the Sonics back to town? 1:54:48 | Rest in peace former basketball great K.C. Jones, Utah running back Ty Jordan, knuckleballer Phil Niekro, and musician Leslie West.