After our divisional season review podcasts, we are now looking to the future and asking where each franchise goes from here. We put ourselves in
Week 7 is done so Tim and Lee are here to recap all the highs and lows of all the games and some stinkers and stonkers.
Regular Tuesday segments include Jason Garrett corner, Full10Questions Quiz (with today’s guest, Tim Weston), Fantasy Waivers for week 8 (yes I know the waivers have already run :)!) and looking ahead to Thursday Night Football, which wont be a classic.
We also have big news regarding the podcast and our website so make sure you tune in!
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In the penultimate stop on our tour of Britball, Coach Scott honours us with his presence and gives us the low down on the all conquering Prem North champions Tamworth Phoenix.
He breaks down what makes their team so dominant, paying homage to his coaching teams but also gives us insight into his adventures over the pond whilst also filling us in on the American Football University scene. He can be found on social media @fastboatcoach and @TamworthPhoenix.
Our final stop will be Tamworth’s opponents on Sunday, Sheffield with Coach Chesters.
Ben Nuttall (@bnuttall11) joins us to talk about what it’s like being a player for a Britball team.
Everything from Flag to coaching, Ben tells us all about the main differences in this country between Flag football and full contact.
In the news, Jalen Ramsey had some kind words to say about the QBs in the league and we let you know about what’s coming up on the Full10Yards over the next couple of weeks.
Tomorrow sees our final stops on the Britball tour of the UK, hope you can join us!
The next stop on our tour of Britball sees Coach Davies of the U19 East Kilbride Pirates Team joining us to talk about Britball north of the border.
Very passionate about the youth game and about increasing participation at a youth level, Coach Davies discusses what’s like being in the middle of the chain.
How does the U19 team integrate with the adult setup and how do they get people involved? He also talks us through the weekly preparations ahead of their huge game a few days ago vs Manchester Titans U19s in the playoffs.
Next stop, we go behind the scenes with Roger Goodgroves!
BRITBALL WEEK is HERE!
The first stop on our tour of the UK is Bristol. Coach Powles from the Bristol Aztecs joins us to talk about the pains of the Prem South and the dominance of the London Teams in Britball.
We discuss their season and what can be done to get more players involved in the game and how they encourage participation. They can be found on Twitter @bristolaztecs.
We have set up a JustGiving page to help support some of the groups in this country such as Double Coverage who help provide such information about the teams, the fixtures and announcements. head over to our fundraising page to help support the game here in the UK and all donations will mean you can enter some of the competitions listed on there!
Hope you enjoy it, next stop, East Kilbride.
Globe trotter Gary Lowe (@intrepidgaz) joins us to talk about America’s team!
Live from a hostel laundry cupboard in Argentina, Gary is known as a bit of an NFL nerd so we put his knowledge to the test with Dak Prescott’s stats. We talk about the target share that walked out the door from 2017 and who is in line to pick up the slack.
Whilst it wasn’t quite a 1 hour rant by myself, we put the world to right with the Dallas Cowboys, including a great Texas impression by yours truly!
We cover the latest news at the top of the show and close out with my experience at a recent Britball game between the Aberdeen Roughnecks and the hosting Clyde Valley Blackhawks (check out our social media for some of the touchdowns!)
Good friend Lee Wakefield (@wakefield90) joins us as we take an early look at how the divisions could play out this year. We also run the rule over some end of season awards and decide whether or not Saquon Barkley is a sure thing for Offensive Rookie of the Year but also, why are the Quarterbacks so low in price?
PS – Apologies for any sound issues you may hear with this podcast