It’s been an excruciatingly long offseason, and it’s added insult to injury the Porkcast crew has had to refrain from enjoying each other’s shared company — but never fear, Zoom has our back as we return for the first of many offseason digital get-togethers.
On this week’s episode we dive in to the recently announced Vegas lines for each opponent next season, and to put it lightly the oddsmakers don’t seem to have a lot of confidence in your 2020 Washington Redskins. The Redskins are favored to win just two games this year and are double digit underdogs five different times including a matchup at home against the Ravens. Our Porkcast veteran gamblers Beege Roomba and Nedbot Neal offer their impressions of the Vegas negativity, and share their strategies when it comes to gambling on the Redskins, while Dr. Jones declines to engage in such antics both out of principle and due to emotional ties.
Moving on to roster news, Ron Rivera reunited with a familiar face in quarterback Kyle Allen, and we break down our impressions of what this addition says about the Redskins confidence with Dwayne Haskins, and similarly the direction they’re going to take going forward developing their second-year draft pick. Neal shares his willful ignorance about the upcoming draft, Bryan is all in on a defensive line that could feature Montez Sweat, Jonathan Allen, Matt Ioannidis, and Chase Young, while Chris shares his reflections of watching his Clemson Tiger take on Tua Tagovailoa.
Finally, we close things out with the most significant phenomena of 2020: the madness that is Tiger King.
Did Carole Baskin kill her husband?
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Does sardine oil smell like fish?
What’s that now?