In this episode ESPN’s David Fleming joins the show to take a deeper dive into the Pottsville Maroons, the 1925 Championship title they feel the Cardinals stole from them and the curse they placed on the franchise as a result. Fleming wrote a book on the situation, Breaker Boys, and has explored the story for more than a decade. He…
In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders dissect the Cardinals’ historic loss to the Detroit Lions for their first road loss of the year. The crew holds up a glass for fans sticking by their team through a disheartening performance.
In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders discuss the Cardinals brand new team plane, how the Cardinals can make history with their road success and all the storylines surrounding Sunday’s matchup against Detroit. Chierstin also pulls off the ultimate troll job on Johnny mid show.
In this episode Chierstin Susel and Johnny Venerable visit the curse the Pottsville Maroons placed on the Cardinals Franchise nearly 100 years ago. Should Michael Bidwill due right by Pottsville and give the 1925 Championship back to them?
In this episode Chierstin Susel and Johnny Venerable discuss the report that DeAndre Hopkins will rest miss the rest of the regular season, and debate whether Cardinals general manager Steve Keim should pick up the phone and call Larry Fitzgerald for help.
In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders discuss the fallout of Cardinals’ loss to the Rams and what they need to do to lock up the West. They cap it off with the winners and losers of the week.
In this episode Chierstin Susel, Frank Sanders and Derek Montilla dissect the Cardinals 30-23 loss to the Rams and what it means for the team moving forward.
In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders preview the Cardinals MNF game vs. the Rams and the significance of securing a spot in the playoffs with a win.
In this episode, Kliff Kingsbury responds to Frank Sanders’ tattoo in his honor with a hilarious comment, Chierstin Susel and Johnny Venerable discuss the aftermath of it all and whether he’ll be named NFL coach of the year.