Is Odell Beckham Jr. the First Wide Receiver to Catch a Ball With One Hand?

This may come as a surprise to you, but I’m not really the biggest Odell Beckham Jr. fan. Is it because he is a diva that has drama anywhere he goes? Is it because he wore a watch on the field just so people would talk about him and not the failure to meet Super Bowl expectations in Week 1? Is it because the media and everyone gushes over him anytime he catches a ball that wasn’t put right between the numbers?

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Nati Boys #71: Football Is So Close, Yet So Far Away


On today’s episode of the Nati Boys Podcast, we lightly roast Jefe over his receding hairline, talk Browns episode 3 of Hard Knocks, George Iloka being released from the Bengals and Whitty totally pops while giving his hot take about the Urban Meyer situation in Columbus. Our fantasy draft this week is of things we’re looking forward to during the football season. Enjoy the show!

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Nati Boys #70: The Ohio Cup is Half Empty


On this week’s episode, the Nati Boys are talking about the Reds’ continued struggles, including a three game sweep at the hands of the Indians, which means the Ohio Cup is staying in Cleveland again.  We also recap episode 2 of Hard Knocks with the Cleveland Browns, another struggling Ohio team.  Finally, after deciding that the Browns’ helmets look better without the stripes, we decided to end the show with a fantasy draft of other uniform tweaks that we’d most like to see.

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Jefe’s 25 Beers ‘til Christmas: Day 11

Welcome to the eleventh day of Jefe’s 25 beers ’til Christmas, today I will be reviewing a Cleveland brewery again. It’s no secret Cleveland is a town I enjoy making fun of whether it’s Lebron leaving again or another Browns let down. But even I can admit when they do something good and I’ll admit Great Lakes Brewing Company is no joke, I love their beer. Today I will be rating another beer from this brewery on a 1 to 5 scale.

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