The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour – Cowboys On a Roll

Chris and Jonathan discuss Week 8 in the NFL, Westbrook on a triple double mission, Spurs and Bulls come out strong, Warriors defense out of sync early, James Harden putting up crazy assists numbers, extensions handed out, Ray Allen officially retires, Anthony Bennett Watch, Texas A&M leapfrogs Washington in College Football Playoff rankings, we get a Game 7 in the World Series, Aaron Lynch thinks his 49ers are easily the best team in the NFC, don’t blame low ratings on the anthem protests, Raiders love penalties and more.

Music: Decap – The Launch

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The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour – First Dez, Now Romo

In this episode Chris & Jonathan look back at Week 2 in the NFL. We discuss the teams at 2-0 vs 0-2, Marshawn Lynch’s mom doesn’t like the play calling, Eli Manning gets thrown under the bus, Suh freelancing on defense, injury report, college football update, players turning down fair deals, Aaron Rodgers takes a shot at Russell Wilson, tired of being traded and more!

Music: Medasin – Got That; Yo Gotti – Boyz N Da Hood

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The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour – North Divisions Preview

This week Chris & Jonathan preview the AFC & NFC North divisions. They also discuss the T’Wolves agreeing to trade Kevin Love to the Cavs, the Chicago Bulls getting no respect, Kevin Durant pulling out of Team USA, rumors of a $325M Under Armour deal for the reigning MVP, Raymond Felton suspended 4 games, Greg Oden arrested on battery charges, the Big 5 conferences get autonomy, Landon Donovan is retiring, and Rory McIlroy is starting to heat up.

Music: Asher Roth – Ash & Dem; Common – Soul Power

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