Rube Mike takes a vacation to Hawaii, so Rube Lance invites Big Head Drew and Terrible Take Scott into the studio to fill his seat. What follows is hilarity, nonsense, and a boat-load of brilliant sports knowledge.
Buffalo Wild Wings is the site for another episode of Rube Sports Radio. We review the NFC and AFC Championship games and the resulting significant storylines. Then, the fans get a chance to confront the Rubes during an open mic segment. We have a Scotty Terrible Take from a PFF contributor who has an unrealistic thought about Tom Brady. Finally, we break down the Super Bowl, and we pick the NFL champion earlier than any other podcast or sports talk radio show. That's what you get from the Top Sports Brains in the Business.
We go deep into the NFL Divisional round and break down the outcomes of the games and storylines that emerged: Mahomes, Michael Bennett, coaching decisions, to name a few. We give this week's Scotty Terrible Take to someone who has poor sportsmanship and appears to not be a very nice person. We then dive in and review the NFL Championship weekend and break down the two games that will determine the Super Bowl participants.
The show starts with the Rubes discussing the college football national championship before rolling into the NFL coaching changes. We get a Scott Terrible Take from a national voice that doesn't know what he's saying before we preview the upcoming NFL Divisional Round games. Along the way we have a surprise appearance from a staple of the show. Make sure you listen to the very end for what turns into a very emotional discussion about Mike Zimmer.
Things start with a bang as Rube Mike was proven correct with his assertion that the Minnesota Vikings would not make the playoffs. The Vikings' meltdown is analyzed in detail that is agonizing to only Lance. We then hear which Rube won the numerous season-long NFL contests before discussing each coaching vacancy in the league. There's a unique Scott Terrible Take that goes to nobody, yet. We finally review the upcoming slate of Wildcard football games. Happy 2019, Rubes!