The Nati Boys discuss Alabama’s thrilling come-from-behind-victory to become co-National Champions, thanks in large part to a QB change at halftime. We discuss the aftermath of #BillsMafia and the wake of destruction they left in tailgating lots all around Jacksonville, plus we recap the games from wildcard weekend. We also look forward to the divisional match ups and give you our picks against the spread, which are almost guaranteed to be wrong. Our good friend Lavar Ball has been fighting a two-front war as he battles the Better Business Bureau’s F rating while maintaining his ongoing criticism for Lakers’ coach Luke Walton. Finally, in honor of Alabama’s comeback in the National Championship game, we wrap up the show with a fantasy draft of our all time favorite comebacks.
Tired of waiting for the next great blog from yours truly? You’re not alone. The world has been clamoring for more Whitty. And I can’t blame you one bit. But you’re in luck, because I’m back and better than ever. We’ve officially made it to another year. Welcome to 2018, folks. Is this the year your favorite team finally breaks through to the next level and wins itself a long-awaited championship? No. No it’s not. You’re doomed to a lifetime of sports despair, just like me. (Unless you’re an Alabama fan, I guess). But that’s okay. There are plenty of other things you can find joy in during this new year. You could take some time away from your phone/tablet/computer to get out and enjoy the beauty of nature. You could spend some quality time bonding with family and friends. You could pick up a new hobby or skill. Or you could enjoy the latest edition of your favorite blogger’s “weekly” recurring post. Speaking of which, here’s your first Wake Up With Whitty of 2018. Continue reading →
The Nati Boys start off 2018 with a loaded NFL show for you! We talk Marvin’s contract extension, Carson calling it quits, #BillsMafia showing love to some Cincinnati charities, and we give you our NFL picks for Wildcard weekend. We also talk about the NCAA football playoffs, and our fantasy draft this week is people we want to replace Jon Gruden on the Monday Night Football broadcast. Enjoy the show!