NFL QB parity, Taco Bell’s fried chicken shell, Game of Thrones szn 4-5 Recap
The NFL would like for you to believe that every team has a shot, every season. But if the winning quarterbacks over the weekend prove anything, it’s that that parity is a myth. This plus more playoff talk, Raiders moving to Vegas, Taco Bell’s new concoction and recapping Game of Thrones seasons 4-5!
FROM THE SHOW
GuysGirl has a new addition
Welcome Meg to the GG team! She’s going to be covering hockey news and editorials for us. Check out her first article here.
Ringling Brothers Circus to close after 146 years
The longest running circus in the US might be closing down but you can still help the animals affected by this closure and other attractions where they can no longer be released back into the wild. Check out the charity PAWS for more information.
And enjoy this baby elephant gif.
Taco Bell’s new fried chicken taco shell
Unlike Pizza Hut’s hotdog crust and KFC’s Double Down, this actually looks like something you could eat and not feel like you want to throw up immediately after. The shell, which releases on January 26th, is made out of all white chicken and includes lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and an avocado ranch sauce.
Game of Thrones Season 4-5 Recap
If you’ve been following my Game of Thrones journey, I’m now on the final season before the new season starts to air.
Listen to my rant (which includes a good penis count update) towards the end of the podcast or watch via the Facebook Live video above.
And if you’d like to play catchup as to what happened in seasons 4 and 5, check the below videos which I found to be extremely helpful:
Sports Proposals: Right or wrong following a World Series win?
We know a sports proposal in the middle of a game is tacky as hell. But what if you just won the World Series? Should you pop the question immediately following the biggest moment of your career? Or celebrate with your boys and pop the question later?
We discuss Houston Astros’ Carlos Correa and his decision to do just that following his Game 7 win in the latest episode of Helmets and Heels.
Do Jag fans owe Dave Caldwell an apology?
During his tenure with the team, Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell has been heavily criticized for past draft selections and free agency pickups. But after the Jags surprising 2017 start to the season—where playoffs are a strong possibility—is it time for Jag fans to apologize to Caldwell?
Females talking routes with Laurie Fitzpatrick
Cam Newton made some news when he commented on “females talking routes” in a press conference. So we invited film reviewer Laurie Fitzpatrick on the show to talk just that.
Why a Blowout Should Be Part of Your Game Day Routine
Is a Drybar blowout worth it? I wasn’t sure myself until I sat in the salon and found out the magic I’ve been missing out on for most of my adult life. Now I incorporate this life hack into my game day routine to avoid looking like a frizzball by halftime.
How the Jacksonville IceMen plan to reestablish hockey culture down south
Jacksonville, Florida has been a home to the sport of hockey since 1964. And when a team from Evansville, Indiana was looking for a new home, Bob Ohrablo along with an ownership group in North Florida stepped in. Hear my interview with the team president on how to move a hockey team from Evansville, Indiana to Jacksonville, Florida that appears in the September Sports Issue of Void Magazine.
NFL anthem protests, another Louisville basketball scandal plus more on this week’s show
Sports fans were thrown into a political debate after the NFL anthem protests last weekend. But what’s the root of the issue and how do we move forward?
How I became obsessed with ‘Game of Thrones’
After the Jaguars football season was over, I decided to binge watch ‘Game of Thrones’ for the first time. And ever since then, I’ve become completely obsessed with the franchise. Hear me document how I watched all 6 seasons in 17 days, what it was like to watch Season 7 and why I love this franchise— all on a recent episode of Helmets and Heels.
Is it ever OK for an NFL player to quit on the field?
The Jaguars defense and Ezekiel Elliott caught a lot of flack for presumably quitting on their team during a game. Is this ever acceptable? What happened to ‘play until the whistle’?