The bass is going right over this part!

With Gettleman's draft ars poetica in the books, the Bluethers return from another mandatory cool-down period to discuss the selection of Daniel Jones, the close call with Josh Rosen, and how to proceed with Giants fandom in the face of increasingly bewildering incoherence from the front office.

In other words, this is the 2019 draft recap you never knew you wanted.

It's interesting artificial intelligence!

Back from their mandatory cool-down period following the Odell Beckham trade, Zach and Willys discuss their impressions of the Giants' offseason so far. With the most interesting player on the team now playing for a franchise that's famous for losing, they ponder what they will talk about going forward and how they'll continue to deliver #premiumcontent to the ever-deserving Ones. They also analyze how likely a Josh Rosen acquisition for Big Blue really is, and take a quick look at what the club will do at the draft later this month.

Other topics discussed include robots that play instruments, sushi, Zach's superhuman ability to stay awake, and some hot microphone shade.

We preview the season!

16 games await, so we're talking.

With the beginning of the 2018 season upon us, Zach and Willys talk through the big news out of the Meadowlands, including the cutting of Davis Webb, Odell's mega-extension, and Dave Gettleman's comments about the head coaching position.

They move on to make game-by-game predictions for the season, and arrive at their verdict for the Giants' year. Before calling it an episode, the guys give an update on Tom Brady's helmet, and Zach officially unveils the Season 2 signoff line.

We're actually optimists!

Think Seinfeld was "too important"? Listen to this episode! The guys briefly touch on the bizarre victory over Washington in Week 17 and the fortune of nonetheless locking down the second overall pick in the upcoming draft. Other topics include the Indiana legislature, movie-based hairdos, a preview of Dave Gettleman's tenure as GM, where to buy windbreakers in New York City, and James Cameron.

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