The Patriots are going to the Super Bowl while Andy Reid is stuck at home watching once again. On the other side, the Rams showed they can hang with the big boys and took down the Saints in a controversial win. Is this the matchup you wanted to see?
In other news, Carson Wentz was the subject of scrutiny as an article was released that painted a picture of him as a selfish player who had a “me-first” attitude. This was the talk of Philadelphia and left everyone scratching their heads. But could it be true?
In another interesting week in sports, Jigsaw (@TCutillo23), John (@PGHJohn36) and Dave (@Coachdickson365)cover all the current topics, local and national, while going around the world of sports to digest the various perspectives.
On this episode they cover the above stories and touch on the following points:
• NFL Championship Weekend
• What happened to Todd Gurley?
• Can the Chiefs keep their core together?
• Baseball Hall of Fame ballot
• Mariano Rivera: the best closer of all-time?
• James Harden and his MVP run
• Can anyone stop Golden State?
• The Heat Ratio Oscar Report
• The top movies of all-time
The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the big sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Come join in the discussion and make your opinions heard! Can you bring the heat?
The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) is brought to you by Pi’s own Tony “Jigsaw” Cutillo and continues to bring a unique flavor to the world of podcasting. From top sports stories to everyday life, it’s all here just waiting for your take.
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