Mina talks all things football with her unique brand of humor and insight. Her friends join each episode to talk about the NFL's latest storylines along with her football loving dog, Lenny, making frequent contributions.
Twelve on Twelve
Mina and Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus look ahead to Championship Weekend and preview Bucs-Packers and Bills-Chiefs. Plus, they take a look at the off season needs for the teams eliminated in the Divisional Round and discuss how hard the Jets should go after Deshaun Watson.
The Senior Bowl in New Orleans
Mina talks to ESPN's Bill Barnwell about the Divisional Round- Do the Rams have the best defense in the league? Is Ravens-Bills the best match up? Are the Browns going to get clapped? What can Todd Bowles do to slow down the Saints offense? Plus, what the firing of Doug Pederson means for Philly and Mina reacts to the news of the Seahawks parting ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Wildcard N' Out
Mina and Domonique Foxworth look ahead to Wild Card Weekend- what's the sexiest match up? Does Washington have a chance? Will the Titans beat the Ravens again? Plus, which characters from Cobra Kai are Mina and Domonique most like?
Let's Dolphinish This!
Mina and ESPN's Field Yates discuss Week 17's most pivotal games. Who's playing? Who's not playing? What does that mean? Mina and Field tackle all of those questions while navigating the chaos surrounding the leagues playoff scenarios.
Mina talks to ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques about Josh Allen's ascension this season, whether or not the Bills are the team that matches up best with the Chiefs, the future for the Jets if they have the 2nd pick in the draft, and the teams that have the best chance to emerge from the NFC playoff picture.
A Lamarvelous Performance
Mina talks to Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe about the wild Monday Night Football game between the Ravens and Browns, how the Steelers have fallen off the past two weeks, and the future for Jalen Hurts with the Eagles.
Lots of football podcasts...
...but this one is a favourite. For a Seahawks fan, it’s great to listen to someone who acknowledges their excellence, and weeps with me over the play that shall not be named.
Mina has a pleasant voice to listen to, she’s funny and she’s knowledgeable about all things NFL.
Frequent guest Dominique Foxworth is a great pair with her, and Lenny is an Ed McMahon caliber co-host
Question for Mina: Malcom Smith had a great “right place at the right time” game, but he was not the Super Bowl 48 MVP. If the voters could go collect his trophy and give it to the correct MVP, who would be driving the Toyota Tacoma today?