Quick 6 #1 – NBA Free Agency w/ Jay Bird
Jul15

Quick 6 #1 – NBA Free Agency w/ Jay Bird

Host: JW Tomekin & Jay Bird Hexaudia presents Quick Six Let there be light! We know can be seen as well as heard. Johnny goes toe to toe with his brother Jay Bird discussion 2016 NBA free agency. Kevin Durant signing with the Golden State Warriors. How will this effect their club? How much better are the boston Celtics with an Al Horford. Watch our first episode of Quick 6 right here. Also available on our podcast Hexaudia Shorts!   Please like, subscribe, follow and share!   Hexaudia.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehivemediaproject/ Twitter: @hexaudia6 Hexaudia is a part of The Hive and is produced by Tomekin Media Thehivemediaproject.com tomekin.com...

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Hexaudia Shorts #2: Sports Media w/Jesse Desper
Mar11

Hexaudia Shorts #2: Sports Media w/Jesse Desper

  Topic: The Sports Media Hosts: Johnny Gagnon Jr. & Jesse Desper In this episode we critique the sports media, especially ESPN. How its change, the problems with media also being in charge of exhibition, and the lack of accountability with the pundits. Bonus rant by Tim Murphy Hexaudia is a part of The Hive and is produced by Tomekin media facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehivemediaproject/ twitter: https://twitter.com/hexaudia6 tomekin.com...

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The Six: NFC Playoff Teams
Jan10

The Six: NFC Playoff Teams

Yesterday we ranked all of the AFC playoff teams. Today we rank the NFC. 6. Green Bay Packers After 6 weeks the Green Bay Packers looked good. They looked real good. Since then they haven’t impressed anyone. Other than a win in Minnesota in week 11, they haven’t beat anyone of importance since their wins over Seattle and Arizona came in the first few weeks of the season. Their running game is mediocre, their defense is middle of the pack, and even now they have one of the best QB”s in the game, his receivers can’t get open. Their number 1 receiver (Jordy Nelson) has been out since preseason. Long story short, I don;t see them getting past Washington, let alone winning the NFC.   5.Minnesote Vikings I have Minnesota at 5, but I also have them as the most suppressing team of the playoffs. The Minnesota Vikings have a great D, they have the best versatile running back in the game, and they have the advantage of being at home in the cold. the frigid cold.  So we may see an upset. Thats where their positives end. I still am not sure about Teddy Bridgewater, or the receivers he has to throw to. And as great as Peterson is, he is 31 and has a lot a miles on him. All that and they are playing the red hot defending NFC champs. It is going to be hard to come out of today’s game with a win. 4.Washington Professional Football Team Washington looks good, and I am starting to think Kirk Cousins is for real. They also have advantage of playing a Packers team at home to move to the next round. That being said, their division was the second worst in football behind only the sorry AFC South, and the wins Washington was able to muster are not all too impressive. 3.Carolina Panthers Carolina has a bye and is the number 1 seed. they went 15 and 1 and were mighty close to having a perfect season. That being said its hard to give them the top spot, or even the two spot right now. I would argue they look better than any of the teams in the AFC right now, but their 15 wins aren’t impressive as it sounds when you see who they beat. By far the most impressive win was against Seattle in week 6. Cam Newton is without a doubt the leagues MVP, and the defense is good, but not even the top 5 and Ted Ginn Jr is not a  #1 receiver I would want going into the playoffs. 2. Seattle Seahawks Seattles...

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The Six : AFC Playoff Teams
Jan09

The Six : AFC Playoff Teams

Here we are, the NFL playoffs are about to kick off, so here is how I rank the AFC of the 2016 NFL Playoffs. 6. Houston Texans The Texans started off the season 1 and 5, and yeah they rebounded nicely but they play in the worst division in the NFL (AFC South), which is saying a lot considering how bad the NFC East was. out of their 9 wins only two impress me. Their win against Cincinnati and a victory against the Jets. Yes their defense is formidable, but their quarterback, Hoyer,  is the worst of all of the playoff teams.   5. Pittsburgh Steelers The Steelers have a few things going for them. They have Big Ben, who has plenty of playoff experience, and they have the best receiver in the game. Their ten wins comes with some impressive victories which include wins against the Broncos, a Dalton-less Bengals team (on the road) and the Arizona Cardinals. That being said, them losing DeAngelo Williams is enough to knock them down to 5. They already lost  Le’Veon Bell to an MCL injury in November, so they are thin in their running back position. You combine that with the questionable coaching of the Steelers, and their so-so defense, and I think they are just too 1 demential to go into Cincinnati and beat them again. 4. Denver Broncos Denver has a great defense and they go into the playoffs with a bye and the #1 seed.  That being said, their 12 wins comes stacked with a number of improbable and  slim victories that could have easily swayed in the other direction.   Demaryous Thomas is not what he used to be, and it looks like Osweiller is out. Which means Manning is, and I haven’t seen anything all year from Peyton (9td’s / 17 Int’s) to show me that he can beat the great secondaries he will face in the playoffs. 3. Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati has historically been bad in the playoffs, especially in the last 20 years. That being said this team looks different than those Carson palmer teams, and even the Dalton teams of recent years. Unfortunately Dalton is out and AJ McCarron is the Cincy quarterback. I think they will squeak past the Steelers today but I can;t see them beating the Pats at home next week. 2. Kansas City They are coming into the playoffs red hot, they have won 10 in a row. Andy Reid takes some slack for his playoff record (10-10) but you can;t argue with what he has done with this defense. His defense is ranked 6 in the NFl in 2015 and third out of...

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