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Hard Out Here Podcast Wrap Up

Happy October! Thanks to Josh Taylor (@JoshTaylorHD) for joining me on Wednesday’s show to discuss the Pittsburgh Steelers, their injury situation and whether Mike Tomlin should be on the hot seat. We also brought you Week 4 NFL picks. 

Today’s show was one of our Saturday offerings and featured this week’s Chopping It Up with Matt Wood (@w00dstok). We talked about #debatenight and the news concerning Donald Trump violating the Cuba embargo in 1998. We also discussed how women who are the most qualified still can’t get credit and “The Gary Johnson Question.”

We finished up the non sports hour with a discussion on the John Greathouse Op Ed telling women to pretend to be men in order to get tech jobs. Sure he apologized but there is a troubling trend in academia and media right now that must be addressed. Speaking out on these issues is important and why sticking to sports isn’t going to cut it.

In our sports segment we talked about anointing young quarterbacks can sometimes set them up for failure later. First year quarterbacks will often see success but once NFL teams get film and study them struggles will follow. You have to allow them to grow and experience failure. Its important to be patient. 

We also welcomed back Jennifer Eakins (@themondaymommy) of 4 For 4 Football to talk about the Georgia versus Tennessee game and the Denver Broncos plus this week’s fantasy football fix. SEC games are never easy and today’s matchup between the Dawgs and the Volunteers should be a doozy.

Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian is playing well but is he the real deal? We discuss it and whether Denver can continue to roll with a tough schedule incoming. Finally, who to start and who to sit plus deep sleepers and more.

Follow Sharona on twitter at @SportsBySharona and find her work at Inside The Pylon, NFL Female and Pro Player Insiders.

You can listen to today’s podcast here.


Gamer. Overexclamator. Cat Momma. I write, talk and tweet a lot. Lover not a fighter.

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