Wednesday, January 23, 2019
With Russell Wilson in line for a contract extension, should he go the Tom Brady route and take less money to allow the Seahawks more spending room? Danny, Dave, and Moore examine what the quarterback should do as his pay day nears. In Take Two, one NFL great decides he's not done playing quite yet. One of the newest Mariners, Shed Long, joins the show later in the hour to discuss his whirlwind week of getting traded twice and what he's most excited for heading in Spring Training.
When it comes time for Russell Wilson to negotiate his next contract, should he take a cue from Tom Brady and take a team friendly deal? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore to answer that in a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to start the second hour. In Sweeping the Dial, the guys learn all about skateboarding play-by-play and it's quite a bit!
Would the Rams be more susceptible to a Super Bowl hangover in 2019 than the Patriots? Dave and Jim do not agree but the guys take a look at that as well as Russell Wilson's upcoming negotiations to start the hour. What does it take be a Hall of Fame level athlete? As it turns out, pretty boring might be the answer. The guys explain. What We Learned finishes off the day.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
We honor some of the best of Edgar Martinez on the day he finally makes the MLB HOF.
It's official, Edgar Martinez has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Danny, Dave, and Moore take you to the live announcement to begin the hour and give your their reaction to the news. Later, who are the most beloved athletes in Seattle sports history and where does Edgar land among that group? The guys discuss. The hour ends with your calls and stories on Edgar's election.
As the fallout from the NFL's conference championship weekend continues, Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by the Professor, John Clayton, for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to start off Tuesday's second hour. In Sweeping the Dial, some of Edgar's most memorable moments are recalled including his role as commercial pitch man.
What led to the wave of Hall of Fame support for Edgar Martinez in his final years on the ballot? Danny, Dave, and Moore examine how the greatest DH ever went from an afterthought nationally to finally getting elected. Later, the man of the hour, Edgar Martinez joins the guys to detail the moment he received the call from the Hall and to thank his numerous supporters. Tuesday wraps with What We Learned.
Mariners legend Edgar Martinez joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk about finally being elected as a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Monday, January 21, 2019
While the NFL clearly botched a pass interference call in favor of the Rams, should the league make sweeping changes to their replay system? Danny, Dave, and Moore open up the week looking at all the action from Conference Championship weekend. Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto stops by the show to discuss the team's latest trade with the Yankees as well as Edgar Martinez's Hall of Fame chances less than a day away from the announcement. The hour concludes with a look at the NFL's overtime rules.
Which is more likely to change in 2019: the NFL's pass interference policy or overtime? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to start off Monday's second hour. With Tom Brady on his way to his ninth career Super Bowl, the guys ask the question, why do we hate Brady so much? In Sweeping the Dial, Russell Wilson stops by late night TV.
On the eve of the Baseball Hall of Fame's class of 2019 announcement, Danny, Dave, and Moore are joined by MLB Network's Harold Reynolds to discuss Edgar Martinez's candidacy in his final year on the ballot. The guys also hear from Reynolds on his expectations for the 2019 Mariners. The Rams may have won the NFC, but just what exactly is up with the disappearance of Todd Gurley? Monday wraps with What We Learned.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto joins Danny, Dave and Moore to discuss his trade for infield prospect Shed Long as well as his memories of facing Edgar Martinez during his time as an MLB pitcher.
MLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds, a Mariners teammate of legendary former DH Edgar Martinez, joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk Edgar's Hall of Fame push and the upcoming 2019 season.
Friday, January 18, 2019
Washington forward Matisse Thybulle joined 710 ESPN Seattle's Danny, Dave and Moore Friday to talk about how the Huskies have been able to get such a fast start in the Pac-12 this year.
The NFL's conference championship weekend is nearly here, so Danny, Dave, and Moore have some fun to start off Friday by looking at the head coach/quarterback pairings left and how they would describe those relationships. With the Huskies off to a hot start in the Pac-12, the guys are joined by reigning Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, Mattise Thybulle midway through the hour. Later, tell you what to expect in this week's Conference Championship games.
With a clean injury report for nearly every team playing this weekend, what does the Professor, John Clayton, think will happen in the NFL's Conference Championship weekend? He joins Danny, Dave, and Moore for a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin the second hour. Jim takes an unconventional route in this week's Smokin' Lock. In Sweeping the Dial, Sean McVay really can get anyone a job in the NFL.
Friday's third hour of Danny, Dave, and Moore starts off with a show favorite, Fox Sports' Mark Schlereth as the guys get the lowdown on the Seahawks' new backup quarterback Paxton Lynch. In Story Time, Dave shares some memorable moments of his teammates putting their foot in their mouth. What We Learned closes out the week.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Another day, another Seahawks roster move in preparation for the 2019 season and this time it involves the quarterback position. Danny, Dave, and Moore begin Thursday examining what the signing of Paxton Lynch means for the team's backup spot and if they're done addressing it. Later, the guys are joined by Lynch's agent, Leigh Steinberg, as they discuss how the deal came together and what should be expected out of the former first round draft pick. Is it safe to now assume Edgar Martinez will be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame? The hour wraps with a humorous look at hockey terms involving the one and only Snoop Dogg.
What did the Seahawks see in Paxton Lynch that made them want to bring him in as a backup quarterback? The Professor, John Clayton, joins Danny, Dave, and Moore to answer that in a six pack of Cold Hard Facts to begin Thursday's second hour. Is it time to start paying attention to the Huskies in a crowded Pac-12 hoops conference race? In Sweeping the Dial, Jets Head Coach Adam Gase seems like a real peach.
Danny, Dave, and Moore look at some interesting offseason questions for the Seahawks to open up the third hour. Would you welcome back Golden Tate? Is Poona Ford going to emerge as a star? Why was Paxton Lynch signed? The guys go through it all. Later, will UW's Jimmy Lake leave for Alabama's defensive coordinator vacancy? Thursday wraps up with What We Learned.