Tune in to the latest episode of Bawls Deep with me and my co-host Constantine Maroulis. On Episode 7 of the show, we preview Super Bowl 53 between the Rams and Patriots. Who will win and why? Did Roger Goodell address anything in his press conference? Did Connie discover NESN’s Rachel Holt when she was in college? Are kids too soft these days? What is Connie doing in Japan and does it involve happy endings? Why are people so petty on Instagram with following and unfollowing? That and a whole lot more on Bawls Deep, available on iTunes – subscribe, rate, and review the podcast today!
On Episode 6 of Bawls Deep with me and Constantine Maroulis, we are joined by former two-time Giants Super Bowl champion kicker Lawrence Tynes on the first half of the show. The former Chiefs and Giants kicker talks about his career, sending Big Blue to the Super Bowl, how cold it was in Green Bay that night, Cody Parkey’s missed kick for the Bears and texting with him after it happened, special teams, previewing the AFC and NFC Championship, him seeing Connie in Rock of Ages, and much more.
In the second half of the podcast, we open by singing “Gase’s Eyes,” a remix to the Hall & Oates classic, “Private Eyes.” I wrote it about new Jets head coach Adam Gase and his crazy eyes, and Connie joins me for a fun duet. We also talk about the hire, the Jets & Giants offseason ahead, our predictions for the NFL Championship Sunday games, the Yankees offseason, I go off on the MTV True Life shows, Connie gives out his Netflix picks for the week, and then we debut “Karaoke Connie” as my co-host sings “Shallow” from A Star is Born.
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GASE’S EYES (Jake Brown & Constantine Maroulis)
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Tune in to Episode 3 of Bawls Deep with Jake Brown riding solo as Constantine Maroulis is away. Jake is joined by NFL Network and SiriusXM NFL Radio’s Cole Wright. I open the show solo talking about the Mets blockbuster trade getting Cano and Diaz and how he loves it.
(13:45-end) Cole Wright then joins Jake for the rest of the show to talk about all of this: |
The Final Drive, Sneaker Shouts, Team Adidas, Will Blackmon, Makeup, Ref calling NFL player a bitch, Jake’s love of musicals, Sister Act 2, Mamma Mia, Mike McCarthy firing, Kelvin Benjamin getting cut by Bills, Chicken nuggets, Burger King 8 slices of cheese Whopper, Best fast food fries, Deal hunting, Mom’s Memories hotel edition, Jake & Cole freestyle rap, PETA’s absurd soft tweet, never dating a vegan. (12/5/18)
I wrote a column for WFAN on the 2018 New York Jets season, previewing the season and each game and what their final record might be.
It’s the same nonsense every August. Players come back from the long offseason and people want to overreact in one way or another about how they perform when the games don’t count. I wrote a column for WFAN about the overhype that surrounds the NFL preseason.
The Jake Brown Show: Super Bowl LII In Review, Eagles Monologue, Former Patriots/Eagles CB Ellis Hobbs Interview (2/6/18)
I opened this week’s show with a monologue honoring the Philadelphia Eagles for beating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII for their first Super Bowl title in franchise history.
In the second half of the show, I’m joined by former Patriots and Eagles cornerback Ellis Hobbs. He talks about the Eagles win, playing for both teams, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, and much more.
Tony Richardson was one of the greatest fullbacks in NFL history. He joined me on The Jake Brown Show after he spoke at the Blueprint+co panel in NYC. We talked about what he is doing working with NFL legends, his career, the fullback position, the Super Bowl, and much more.
Arizona Cardinals rookie tight end Ricky Seals-Jones joined me on The Jake Brown Show. We discussed his rookie season, new head coach, Bruce Arians, Carson Palmer, the Super Bowl, and much more.
Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson joined me on The Jake Brown Show. Dickerson talked about his role as the Los Angeles Rams VP of Business Development, the Rams season, Sean McVay, his career, rushing record, Jeff Fisher, Terrell Owens Hall of Fame chances, and much more.
This week on the show, I break down Super Bowl 52 between the Patriots and Eagles. We go over prop bets and what may go down and make the game prediction. We wrap up the show with two huge Eagles fans Melissa Stites and Tommy Provine giving us their thoughts and prediction for the big game.