Gridiron Tailgating – September 26, 2007

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In this week’s history-making 12th edition, Jetsgab.com Editor Blake Kelley (collarbone, knee) makes a triumphant return after missing last week’s action with some excruciating pain, as he teams up with Bearsgab.com Writer Russ Loede on the set in “Gab Studios” for yet, another, entertaining episode of your favorite show on the web. The dynamic duo goes around the league talking about the 3 best and worst games of Week 3, as they give you lots of insight, along with the “downlow” on each of these games. The gang takes their chance by putting themselves in the shoes of an offensive coordinator/defensive coordinator, when they discuss what they would’ve done better to change the outcome of a specific game.  Players with the most pressure to succeed in Week 4 will be covered, as will the best impact players, while a trip down the miserable, injury avenue makes its way towards key players that are hurting, with their team’s chances in jepordary. The two hit up the lastest and most recent impacting news in the NFL, and a special segment featuring, “Are they for real or are they one-hit wonders?” A Week 4 preview is given to you with the locks, upsets, snoozefests, best bets for overtime, and high-scoring and low-scoring predictions from the skilled panel. The show is concluded by the 3 Fantasy Football performances of  last week, and looks foward to the Top 5 you have to keep your eye on in the next, upcoming week’s worth of NFL action. Also mentioned, are players who did what they needed to do in order to secure their team a win, personal challenges that are issued out to those who need to step their game up to the next level, taking it up a notch, and more “gabbin” from your favorite hosts. Gridiron Tailgating surely will leave you with your football needs and desires satifisfied, along with more hit-singles from Jetsgab.com Blake “Singalong” Kelley, and bold statements and in-depth analysis like always from Bearsgab.com Russ “Multi-Talented” Loede.  With listening to this brilliant program you will walk away wanting second helpings, after the sensational, 45-mintue long, jam-packed session filled with fireworks prepares you for gametime, as Sunday’s battles await and loom ahead.


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One Response to “Gridiron Tailgating – September 26, 2007”

  1. nick m says:

    Thats pitt state bitches!1!