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Born out of countless hours spent riding the subway bearing the same name comes "The Broad Street Line" - an irreverent mix of sports talk, music, technology and pop culture. Each week, hosts Kris Domingo and Roy Burton provide their takes on the world of sports and whatever else comes to mind - answering questions and questioning answers. So keep it locked on The Broad Street Line - radio will never be the same again...
As we continue to shine a light on the most talented media members in the Philadelphia area, Jonathan Brown from the Best In The World Sports podcast joins the show to talk about his two-decade plus career behind the camera. Jon discusses his time working at NBC Sports Philadelphia, gives us his opinion on the Eagles' offseason moves, and explains why WWE's current Bloodline saga is one of the most compelling storylines of all time.
We're Gambling Again - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 309
Sean Brace of Fox Sports Radio's The Gambler joins the show to explain what motivated him to build a sports radio station in Philly, and why the competition has been late to the game as we all begin to publicly embrace sports betting. We also discuss why the Philadelphia Union are so compelling, and debate whether the Sixers are for real, or if they're setting us up for disappointment once again.
On The Clock - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 308
The Philadelphia Eagles filled both of their open coordinator positions - one internally, and one externally. And with that out of the way, the team can focus on free agency as they decide whether or not to re-up some of their core players. Later in the show, we run through the NFLPA survey and wonder why billion-dollar corporations have rats running around the building.
It's time to be completely honest: The NBA All-Star Game is broken, and it's hard to figure out how to fix it. Kudos to Mac McClung, however... at least the Sixers can't be blamed for the NBA's failings. But before we get to all of that, we debate the merits of attending one's high school reunion.
The Philadelphia Eagles ran out of time in Super Bowl LVII, falling to the Kansas City Chiefs 38-35. During the game, Jalen Hurts cemented his status as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, so Howie Roseman's job this offseason is to build the best team around his elite signal-caller. Also, after the fantastic performance by Rihanna, who should the NFL tap for next year's halftime show?
Keiana Williams (RealMamaEagle on Twitter) joins us to talk about her career as a prominent content creator on Twitch as well as to help us preview Super Bowl LVII. Did we think Jalen Hurts was going to be THIS good? Is there any part of us that would be happy for Andy Reid if the Eagles don't win? And who are the dark horse MVP candidates for Sunday's game? We answer all of those questions and more - tune in!
It didn't happen the way anyone would have scripted it, but the Philadelphia Eagles are headed to the Super Bowl for the second time in six seasons. In less than two weeks, they'll be facing the Kansas City Chiefs, who are making their third appearance in the Big Game during the Patrick Mahomes Era. And while it's too early to get deep in the weeds of Super Bowl talk, we'll highlight the key points, including the fact that this is the first SB matchup ever between two black starting QBs.Later in the show, we'll recap a WILD night in San Antonio and Royal Rumble 2023 will go down in the record books as one of the greatest of all time.
The Philadelphia Eagles are one win away from the Super Bowl, and standing in their way is a red-hot San Francisco 49ers team that hasn't lost a game in more than two months. Speaking of hot, the 76ers are 19-4 in their last 23 games, and later this week, we get the long-awaited matchup between Joel Embiid vs. Ben Simmons. But all of that basketball talk takes a backseat with the Birds just 60 minutes away from a trip to Glendale...
We The Ones - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 302
The No. 1 sports radio show in Philly links up with the No. 1 hip-hop podcast as Sivad Davis of Tissue in the Tape joins us on The Broad Street Line to discuss another set of No. 1s: The Eagles and the Chiefs, who finally get down to business in the NFL Playoffs this weekend. We also look forward to the Birds trip to Kansas City this fall, and we get Sivad's list of best hip-hop projects from last year.
He's Back - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 301
It wasn't easy, but the Philadelphia Eagles finally clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC after their Week 18 victory over the New York Giants. So, for now, the Birds can sit back and relax as we all enjoy Super Wild Card Weekend. We also take a way-too-ealy look at the 2023 schedule, and wonder what happens to WWE now that Vincent Kennedy McMahon is back.
The frightening Damar Hamlin situation earlier this week is just the latest reminder of the dangers surrounding NFL football. On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we debate what - if anything - can be done to make the game safer.
Author, journalist, podcaster and Honorary Uce Chris Stevens joins the show as we look back on the year that was in the world of sports. From a flirtation with Russell Wilson to Ben Simmons finally being dealt to a legacy-defining World Series run by Bryce Harper and the Phillies, the past 12 months in Philadelphia have been anything but boring. Also not boring has been the world of professional wrestling, and before we ring in 2023, we hand out awards for the year's best perfomers in and out of the squared circle.
MVP No More - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 298
A shoulder injury to Jalen Hurts may drastically change the NFL MVP race, but shouldn't damage the Eagles' hope for a division title. We also spend some time talking about the future of NFL Sunday Ticket, and bask in the glow of THE GREATEST SOCCER GAME OF ALL TIME.
Kris Domingo finally joins the masses and crowns Jalen F. Hurts the MVP of the National Football League. Fresh off the Eagles' dismantling of the Giants, is it unreasonable to think that the Birds can run the table? Also, for those of you who are interested in the beautiful game, the upcoming France - Argentina World Cup final should be one for the ages.
It's Called Football - The Broad Street Line Express - Episode 296
The U.S. Men's National Team was knocked back to earth after losing to the Netherlands in the Round of 16. But enough of the sport most call football... American football has a big dog in the yard, and their name is the Philadelphia Eagles. We'll debate whether the Birds are the best team in the league and whether Jalen Hurts is the NFL MVP.
The United States did what it needed to do in the group stage portion of the World Cup... can they shock the world and knock off the Netherlands in the Round of 16? Well... before we talk about one time of football, we spend a bunch of time on the other, including the Eagles' 40-33 win over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers
It wasn't pretty, but the Eagles did just enough to beat Jeff Saturday's Indianapolis Colts. After we discuss the win, we debate whether or not Jalen Hurts has a decent argument for the NFL MVP award, and we look ahead to the rest of the United States' run in the World Cup
There's a busy offseason ahead for the Phils as they fall to the Houston Astros in 6 games in the 2022 World Series. Speaking of seasons... according to Joel Embiid, the 2022-23 campaign for the Sixers starts NOW.
The Philadelphia Phillies and Union are on the doorstep of bringing hardware back to the City of Brotherly Love. We evaluate both of their chances, and kick around a few thoughts as to how we're in the midst of a World Series with no black players for the first time in more than 50 years. This episode also has pre- and post-game thoughts from the Eagles-Texans Thursday Night Football clash!
Can the Phillies actually do this? We'll find out soon enough after the Phils packed up the San Diego Padres in the NLCS. We also celebrate the arrival of Robert Quinn to help shore up the Eagles' front four.