Garda rants—er, hosts—another fun filled hour plus of NFL talk with his version of the Good, Bad and Ugly (with new intro), why HDTV makes owners itchy and how life is easier for an OLineman blocking for Nick Foles. All that and more on today's Hard Count.
Garda is back post-Hurricane, Guinness in hand to talk NFL on this Election Night. No politics, just the football talk—with the Good, Bad and Ugly, NFL picks, why Jacksonville isn't moving and while we don't talk election, we do talk zombies which is just politicians without day jobs.
Garda is back, giving his thoughts on the Good, Bad and Ugly of the league as well as whether anyone should care if RG3 is elite yet and who are the best receivers in the NFL. All that and his can't miss picks 100% led pipe locks (give or take 99%) and more!
Andrew Garda is back and boy is he sick (really) and ticked off - today he takes on a NY Times Hit Piece on Tim Tebow and takes the Rams to task for their passive aggressive threats to move to LA. Oh, and he talks about what happened last weekend in the NFL playoffs..
Andrew welcomes me back into the Hard Count fold as we talk about the Sanchize being out-Romo'd by Romo, look at the success of Cam Newton and how the Dolphins may not have been so dumb not trading for Kyle Orton. All that and more on the latest edition of the Hard Count.
The NFL IS BACK and so is Andrew Garda as he breaks down how Manning's neck could destroy the Colts, a frolicking Foster, who David Garrard blames for his predicament, and much more from around the league.
Neither earthquakes nor hurricanes nor lack of power will keep The Hard Count from it's (self)appointed rounds. This week, Andrew Garda gives you his thoughts on the Vick and Gore contracts, NFL player attitudes and in game violence and what he's seen in the preseason.
Andrew Garda talking Jerry Richardson's fear of tattoos, Kenny Britt's fear of common sense, Tim Tebow's fear of accuracy, and Chris Johnson's fear of a light contract.... all that and more on this week's The Hard Count.
Andrew Garda looks back at some of the Week 1 preseason action, discusses the San Francisco QB battle-not-quite-royale, looks at the Ealges' oline issues, Aaron Maybin to the Jets and solves the NCAA's problems. All that and MORE...
The guys talk about the frustrations of following the lockout coverage, possible rookie signing deadlines, how awesome Michael Irvin is and how James Harrison has an important point to be made underneath all the crazy.
"I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious."