The Woot and Wye show are joined by Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle & Ian Scheuring of Hawaii News Now to discuss the 2016 NCAA Sydney Cup featuring the University of California Golden Bears & the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors.
We're halfway through the 2016 NFL Season and the boys start the show digging into some big injury news including the Colts losing Vontae Davis, the Patriots losing both Dion Lewis and Sebastian Vollmer before discussing Roberto Aguayo's confidence and Karlos Williams' weight.
They are then joined on the show by Ben Cummins (@BenCumminsFF) of @TwoQBs, @RotoViz & The Fantasy Footballers to talk about the big fantasy football winners and losers through two weeks on the preseason. Players discussed include Ezekiel Elliott, Virgil Green, Isaiah Crowell, Tyler Boyd, Dez Bryant & Robert Griffin III.
Woot and Wye go through the latest from around the NFL including Tyrod Taylor's new "deal", Joey Bosa's ongoing standoff with the Chargers and what losing Lane Johnson means for the Philly offensive line (NOTE: they talk about Dennis Kelly at length, he was then traded hours after recording) and the Rams plans to extend Les Snead & Jeff Fisher.
They then go through their early preseason observations including the abysmal Miami & Chicago Bears offensive lines, Jared Goff & Carson Wentz's debuts, the Broncos QB Battle, Jeremy Hill and the sensational form of rookie WR's Sterling Shepard & Michael Thomas. They finish the show answering your mailbag questions.
After back to back pure fantasy football podcasts with Christopher Harris and Sigmund Bloom the boys get back into routine by recapping the first week of training camp. They talk ACTUAL NFL NEWS WITH SUBSTANCE after a very slow July.
They talk about the recent Arizona resignings, Eric Fisher's new deal, the Chiefs landing Nick Foles, the Bills injury woes on the front seven, the retirement of Woot's cousin Corey and the kicker fued in the NFL. The finish the show by discussing players in camp who have raised their eyebrows and answer your #BurgerBets!
In their second fantasy special in two days, Woot and Wye are joined one of their favourites in the Football Guys Sigmund Bloom. Together the three of them deep into the realm of fantasy football and discuss topics like the Jets Offense, Ezekiel Elliott, LeVeon Bell, Josh Gordon, DaVante Parker, the Detroit offense under Jim Bob Cooter and Justin Houston's affect on the Chiefs game scripts. Along the way though, the guys get distracted and talk Cricket, travelling, Uluru and Arian Foster's zen.
In a special episode of The Woot and Wye Show, the boys are joined once again by Christopher Harris of Harris Football to discuss all things fantasy football. Chris explains why film is more important than numbers when evaluating players and why the film helped him reinforce his opinion on Jeremy Langford despite push back from others. They also discuss the Ravens offense, LeVeon Bell, Josh Gordon, Keenan Allen and Woot seeks Chris' help to find this year's Tyler Eifert
Woot and Wye recap all the latest from around the NFL including Muhammad Wilkerson's new deal on franchise tag deadline day, Arian Foster joining the Miami Dolphins, Tom Brady throwing in the towel on Deflate Gate and the retirement of Charles Peanut Tillman.
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With July being the slowest period of the calendar year when it comes to the NFL the boys start the show by talking about the latest craze sweeping the entire planet: Pokemon GO. They then dip into the magic that is Jon Dorenbos before formally announcing that they have linked up with Luna Park for #LunaBowl, the biggest Super Bowl event in Australia.
They then talk about the latest NFL news including DeflateGate, Von Miller, Desmond Bryant, Anquan Boldin before discussing what they think will be the biggest rivalries in the NFL this season. They finish the show by answering your #BurgerBets.
After a unplanned offseason hiatus the boys are back! They start the show talking about June & July aka NBA Finals, Kevin Durant and the Australian Election before jumping into the latest NFL news from the past fortnight. They talk about Andrew Luck & Doug Baldwin's new deals, negotiations between the Redskins and Kirk Cousins, Johnny Manziel, Cowboys suspension and Joe Flacco's very own Jeff Goldblum moment.
Wye is joined by Fox Sports Laurie Horesh as they recap all the happenings involving the Australians in the NFL since a very eventful and successful NFL Draft. They talk about Adam Gotsis' situation, Jarryd Hayne's retirement and the punting battle involving Lachlan Edwards and Tom Hackett.
Wye then plays his interviews with University of Hawaii Head Coach Nick Rolovich and University of Hawaii Offensive Line Coach Chris Naeole at their satellite camp in Sydney. The coaches talk about the camps they are holding down under to find talent and share their enthusiasm to kick off the College Football Season in Sydney with the Sydney Cup.
UNSW Head Coach and Director of Bring It On Sports Paul Manera joins the show to talk about the growth of Gridiron in Australia over the last 18 months and what needs to be done to ensure that growth isn't put to waste. Manera also sheds some light on the Hawaii Camps as a former UH alumni and the work that Bring It On Sports is doing to #GrowTheGame
In a very Eagles heavy Episode 128, Woot and Wye discuss all the news surrounding some Eagles players. Not for what is happening on the field but what is happening off it. Fletcher Cox got PAIDDDD, Walter Thurmond channels his inner 1988 Eazy-E in the creation of an alter ego and Carson Wentz locks himself in a gas station bathroom.
After recapping all the latest news from around the league, including yet another offseason speed round, the boys then discuss some best case and worst case scenarios for NFL veterans who are in new environments in 2016. Players and coaches mentioned include RG3, Josh Norman, Chip Kelly, Adam Gase and Olivier Vernon.
After taking a fortnight to recharge their batteries, Woot and Wye return to talk Aqib Talib doing the most Aqib Talib thing ever, players getting contract extensions, Colin Kaepernick vs Blaine "The Real American" Gabbert, Cam ditching The Dab and the NFL getting hacked.
They then do an OTA's headline trope speed session differentiating the BS from the real talk with some help from Fatboy Slim before diving into "The Roddy White Six"
May, June & July is a quiet time in the NFL so the boys let their hair down a little bit and open the show discussing Australia Post, Arnott's Shapes and Wye's change of career. They then talk the latest NFL news including Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dwight Freeney, Rob Ryan v Sean Payton, Tyler Eifert & Jordan Rodgers Bachelorette Debut.
They then talk about OTA's tropes by introducing a new segment: Burger Bets.
Woot and Wye start the show talking Jordan Rodgers' Bachelorette appearance and the Andrew Luck book club before jumping into the latest NFL news including Jarryd Hayne's shock retirement from the NFL, the cursed Jacksonville Jaguars and the beat up Bills.
They then joined on the show by Shannon Furman (18 minute mark), who is an emmy award winning producer at NFL Films where she has been working for over 12 years. Shannon sheds some light on the upcoming season of Hard Knocks featuring the LA Rams, reflects on the Houston Texans Hard Knocks (her first series as an assistant director) and talks about working with Steve Sabol. Other topics include: Brandon Marshall's A Football Life, Hey Rookie, the NFL Draft Green Room during the Tunsil slide, Sound FX and her work on the upcoming Amazon series "All or Nothing" featuring the Arizona Cardinals.
Neil Dutton (@ndutton13) of Rotoviz, FantasyPros, Gridiron Experts and The Fantasy Greek makes his third appearance on the podcast to help the gents dive into the fantasy football winners and losers of the 2016 NFL Draft. They discuss some of the rookies that have landed in great fantasy situations and some veterans that have benefitted from their teams draft picks or lack of draft picks at a certain position. They finish the talking about this rookie running back and wide receiver class before discussing Bret Bielema's idea of underclassmen returning to college if they go undrafted.