Former Eagles tight end Chad Lewis joins TFC live from Radio Row at Super Bowl LII.
Lewis, a three time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion and BYU standout, talks about what it will take for the Eagles to defeat the Patriots, which game fired him up the most – the Utes or the Cowboys, and the nerves that show themselves in big games.
Ken Hanscom, COO of TicketManager, an award-winning company and author of the popular blog, Road to PyeongChang, joins TFC to talk about “the business” of the Olympic Games. While in PyeongChang, Ken plans to attend the Opening ceremonies, meet with sponsors, tour hospitality houses, and has tickets to some of the most anticipated competitions including Snowboard and Ski Half-pipe, the Alpine Downhill, and Bobsledding.
What events should you attend? Where are the best parties and hospitality houses? How’s the Korean barbecue? Most importantly, what should you prepare for concerning your personal security? Ken Hanscom has the answers in our interview below.
Follow him on Twitter @KenHanscom to keep up with his live blog, photos and more.
Grill Master extraordinaire and best selling author, Meathead, joins TFC to discuss his picks for the perfect Super Bowl food offerings and what folks in Las Vegas can do to start preparing themselves for tailgating for the Raiders.
Travis Thomas, current on-air host for CSN, 106.7 The Fan and host of the Travis Thomas Experience, joins TFC to give his hot takes on the Super Bowl and how the Eagles can beat the Patriots (hint: they won’t), and his reaction to the Kirk Cousins-Alex Smith trade and what it could mean for both players.
All Pro wide receiver and Redskins great, Santana Moss, joins TFC to give his thoughts on what it will take for the Eagles to defeat the Patriots. Plus, he chats about his initial reaction when he heard about the Kirk Cousins-Alex Smith trade and what it could mean for both players.
Also, with the Redskins light on defensive backs, how much money would it take for Moss to return to the NFL as a cornerback?