Episode 2.19 with neuropsychologist Katie Levisay
How seriously are concussions taken in today's NFL? How seriously should they be taken? We asked clinical neuropsychologist and former member of the San Diego Chargers' medical staff Katie Levisay.
Episode 2.18 with Avery Schlereth
The lovely daughter of Broncos great Mark Schlereth joins us again to talk everything a man should love - Thanksgiving and Broncos football.
Have you ever really hated someone? I mean hate.
That's how I feel about the San Diego Chargers, jump cuts of Philip Rivers pointing across the field at Jay Cutler as he walks backwards to the sideline, LaDainian Tomlinson spiking the ball after he breaks the touchdown record, Dan Fouts in the broadcast booth, Shawne Merriman and his dancing, that face Junior Seau used to make, Rodney Harrison -- I'm talking hate.
Now as a fan of the Denver Broncos you have likely heard of the disgruntled supposedly former employee of the NFL that was fired prior to Christmas and posted on the internet message board 4Chan on December 23rd, 2013 that the Chargers were already predetermined to not only make the playoffs, but to win the Super Bowl.
Here we will discuss why that doesn't make sense at all and why it makes too much sense. We will also get into 2014 free agency and try to calm Katie down a bit. As she, like a lot of Broncos fans is a bit nervous about the game on Sunday.
Katie Levisay is a neuropsychologist who hails from Denver, but at one point worked with the Chargers. She provides a clever prospective on all things football, but mostly Broncos. You can check her out on Twitter and at FlipCollective, for her often awesome musings.
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