When he was drafted by the Houston Oilers in 1985, no-one expected Steve Tasker to last very long in the NFL. He may not have lasted more than one season in Houston, but the minute wide receiver and special teams ace last 12 more with the Buffalo Bills. He knows what it takes overcome adversity, but when it comes to this week’s game on Thursday Night Football, Tasker isn’t sure the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can overcome the strong Atlanta Falcons.
If you want to a) attempt to do the impossible with ‘retro-math,’ b) drive yourself nuts, and c) come across as a spoiled Cowboys fan, by all means focus your takeaway from Dallas’ 26-10 win at Tennessee on all the money being ‘wasted’ so Tony Romo could drive that run-first bus.
Coming off an embarrassing season opening loss against the 49ers, the Cowboys are preparing to hit the road for the next two games and owner Jerry Jones main concern is if his team is able to recover
Jerry’s interviews are a must-listen for Cowboys fans, certainly. But it’s an important tune-in for NFL followers and national NFL media, too. And for that matter, maybe for fans of radio entertainment in general.
Comedian Jim Norton is in town for a weekend stint at the Addison Improv and he stopped by Friday morning for a visit with Shan & RJ.
Jones elaborated on his announcement from Monday that cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been suspended four games for using a banned substance.
The survey, which includes 65 restaurant chains, is based on responses from more than 32,000 subscribers.
When I was given the chance to interview Brandi Chastain on our show I – jumped at the chance. She’s a sports great.
Former NBA star and current analyst Charles Barkley came on to talk about the NBA Finals, Lebron and his thoughts about Donald Sterling with GBag Nation today.
Former Texas Ranger R.A. Dickey joined the Gbag Nation to talk some baseball and some Dickey’s clothing stuff, here we go.
ctor-Comedian Rob Schneider stopped by to visit Shan & RJ and to plug his weekend gig at the Addison Improv.
Following his off season surgery Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo told 105.3 The Fan’s Ben & Skin show that within the next month he will be back to one hundred percent.