Join us on HIT THE MARK! as we look at the greatest series, moments and memories of Major League Baseball's League Championship Series. Joining us is Mark Simon of ESPN.com to give his opinion of what series he enjoyed, along with many highlights of some of the greatest moments in LCS history.
Join us on HIT THE MARK! as we look at the greatest Division Series in Major League Baseball history. HIT THE MARK! goes all the way back to the 1981 strike when MLB had their first "unofficial" division series, thanks to a MLB strike which split the season in half and produced a first and second half winner playing in a best-of-five playoff series to determine the division winner. Officially, MLB started the Division Series in 1995, and from there the unique best-of-five format has produced some wonderful series and memories. We hope you enjoy our look into the greatest Division Series in MLB history. *NOTE: This was recorded in October 2015.
Join us on HIT THE MARK! as we look back at some of the most memorable MLB Pennant Races since divisional play began in 1969. Nothing winds up a great baseball season like a memorable pennant race or a team that looked to have a postseason berth all sewn up, have it get away from them. See how our list compares with yours. (Podcast was recorded in September of 2015)
Join us as we discuss the final part of our look into the history of the Jets, as we analyze the Todd Bowles, Mike Maccagnan era. Starting in 2015 Bowles and Maccagnan were hired to vault the Jets into the elite of the NFL. We look at their 2015 season and what the future might hold for this regime.
Join me, Peter Wiseman and Damian Adams of SP1elite.com as we breakdown the 2016 NFL Season.
Join us as we continue our look into New York Jets history. In Part 10 we analyze the successful Rex Ryan era. Ryan was hired after his successful stint as Defensive Coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens 2005-2008. Ryan also served as the Ravens assistant Head Coach in the 2008 season, the same year they advanced to the AFC Championship Game before losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Ryan's tenure was one of the most successful in team history. Joining us again to help break down the Ryan era is Chris "the Bear" Fallica of ESPN College Gameday.
Join us as we continue our discussion of Jets History. After Herm Edwards left to become Head Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, the Jets hired Patriots Defensive Coordinator Eric Mangini to be their head coach. In Part 9, we discuss Mangini's tenure as the Jets Head Coach, which lasted from 2006-08.
Join us as we continue our discussion on New York Jets history. In Part 8 we welcome in the Al Groh & Herm Edwards era. Groh was the result of a change in ownership that resulted in his only season as the head coach of the green & white before vaulting for college. Al Groh's departure led to Herm Edwards being named head coach. This podcast educates you on the basics of both tenures.
Join us as we continue of discussion on Jets history. This special episode explains the backround of how Bill Parcells was hired as the Jets head coach, the compensation they needed to give New England, and how that led to Belichick taking over as the head coach in New England.
Join us as we look at the Bill Parcells Era in Jets history. After taking over a 1-15 franchise in 1996, Parcells quickly turned the Jets from a laughing stock into a contender, leading them to the AFC Championship Game just 2 seasons later.
We continue our look into the history of the NY Jets with Part 6, which covers 1994-96 seasons that were coached by Pete Carroll and Rich Kotite. After staring 6-5 under Carroll in 1994, the Jets totally collapsed, losing 33 of their next 37 games and setting the stage for major changes.
After finishing 4-12 in 1989, the Jets fired Head Coach Joe Walton and brought in offensive guru and Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Bruce Coslet. Coslet had a big part in the Bengals rise to prominence with Boomer Esiason at QB running the "attack" offense. Join us as we discuss the Bruce Coslet era in Jets history. Joining us in this discussion is Chris "The Bear" Fallica. Chris is better known for his role on "ESPN College Gameday" on ESPN Saturday mornings in the Fall. Along with having an incredible knowledge of College Football, Chris is also a Jets historian.
In Part 4 of our look into the history of the New York Jets, we are introduced to Joe Walton, popular offensive coordinator under previous head coach, Walt Michaels. Under Walton, the Jets record their first ever consecutive seasons of double-digit victories. However, Walton's tenure is filled with inconsistent, underachieving play and led to the creation of the term "Same Old Jets".
In Part 3 of our look into the history of the New York Jets, we are introduced to the "Sack Exchange" and the Walt Michaels era. Under Michaels, the Jets experienced a bit of a revival, as the team posted their first double-digit win season since the merger, while also making a deep playoff run in the 1982 strike shortened season. Joining us in this discussion is Chris "The Bear" Fallica. Chris is better known for his role on "ESPN College Football Gameday" on ESPN Saturday mornings in the Fall. Along with having an incredible knowledge of College Football, Chris also is a Jets historian.
Join us on "HIT THE MARK!" as we take on our final historical discussion on the NFL. Peter Wiseman of SP1Elite.com and of the "Everything Sports" franchise on Facebook and I discuss the Greatest teams & Super Bowl Champions in the Super Bowl Era.
This is a Part 2 of our look into the history of the NY Jets, that is featured on "TheJetPress.com". This portion of Jets history deals the NFL right after the merger & the decade of the 1970s. The Jets and their strong armed, confident QB Joe Namath figured to be a major player in the new NFL. However, the decade turned out a little different than expected.
Check out this short podcast on Part 1 of the History of the NY Jets.
Join us on "HIT THE MARK!" as we welcome in Peter Wiseman of "SP1Elite.com" and the creator of the "Everything Sports" Franchise on Facebook, as we discuss the greatest offenses in the NFL since the merger. Don't forget why we do these podcasts to help spread the word against the side effects of cancer treatment. To help donate, visit CKMagicSports.com and click on KNOCKOUTCANCER!
Join us on "HIT THE MARK!" as we discuss the greatest defenses in the NFL since the AFL-NFL merger, from the 1985 Chicago Bears to the 2015 Denver Broncos. With us is Peter Wiseman, the creator of the Everything Sports Franchises on Facebook. Don't forget why we do these podcasts to help spread the word against the side effects of cancer treatment. To help donate visit ckmagicsports.com and click on KNOCKOUTCANCER!
Join us on HIT THE MARK! as we welcome in one of the most common visitors of the New York Mets MLB Message Board, Lou Ramos. Message boards are everywhere now with each team in every sport giving their fans a chance to chime in during and after the game about how their team is doing and what they can do to improve. However, some also use the board to mock, ridicule and just cause trouble. We also breakdown the Mets chances to get back into the NL East race in the second half of the season, as well as analyze their issues in the first half.