Nothing bad here, Mark knows his stuff and is entertaining, but I dislike how consolidated shows seem. It’s probably because the guy’s busy with calling games and all the Denver stuff, I get it, but I’m wanting Mark to really dive deep and enlighten, no "quick hits."
Mark has an infectious, positive attitude and I love listening to him talk football and the Denver Broncos.
Having access to Mark in podcast form after years of watching him play for my Denver Broncos is a true pleasure. I hope he sticks around for a long time in this medium.
The positive stain he leaves on my weekdays is brighter than the yellow pigment plastered on the inside of his football pants.
Guy doesn’t take himself to seriously, he has quite the way with words, besides his football acumen, his knowledge of all else is just good enough to work and make us chuckle. You get good football information without ego and attitude.
Stink and Mike are incredible. Stink is legitimately funny; not sports guy funny, actually funny. He’s also brutally honest, doesn’t back off of his opinion, and that fact that he was an offensive lineman allows him to bring a perspective to the table that isn’t often heard. I don’t know what Core water was thinking...
Great podcast! I cannot say enough about how much I enjoy this podcast. Mark and his crew have fantastic chemistry and provide their weekly insights (and many laughs) regarding the weeks NFL action. Any NFL fan (regardless of team) should have this as a subscription. Big fan of Stink and his work!
He was so informed and hilarious funny at same time! Found him on podcast and I binge all the back episodes! Totally my top 5 podcasts! I drive a tractor trailer for a living. So I’m listening to podcasts All day.
The banter makes me recall the type of back and forth you’d engage in while hanging out in your friends basement in college, the football insights from a long time pro have significantly informed how I talk sports with friends.
I love Mark Schlereth and have listened for a while. But he continues to act like he is a doctor or an athletic trainer because he played in the NFL 20 years ago. He calls games but doesn’t seem to know what truly goes on in an NFL franchise although he loves to act like everything is the exact same as it was in 1998. He makes wild accusations against teams, doctors, coaches and general managers without any backing and he sounds smart if you don’t know anything about the day to day running of a professional team, but often sounds ridiculous and out dated to those who work in the league.
Great commenting and philosophy on football and life in general. Excellent stories from a guy who played the game and knows what the NFL is all about. Doesn’t hold back. Oh, and the random meathead jokes and stories make for a good all around podcast.
Where else can you go to get such incredible insight; like Stink declaring the best record in the NFL (Eagles) as...... wait for it..... the best TEAM (“at this point”) in the NFL. Brilliant. Gotta have it. I do like the upgrade sidekick this year though (Mike>Rich).
After Mark's appearance on Pardon My Take, I decided to check this out. I didn't know he had a podcast prior to that, and am pleasantly surprised by the quality of this! Great job of promoting yourself, and returning the favor having Big Cat on your podcast. Classy move by an excellent host. Mark Schlereth is a Football Guy. You have earned yourself a listener, friend.
I love listening to Schlereth talk football, but have too many alternatives to tolerate regular references to piss, dumps, balls, etc.... the macho stuff is not for me. Will stick with Bill Barnwell, Robert Mays, MMQB, and others.
Been a fan of Schlereth since I first began watching NFL Live many years ago. It's great to get his insight on the intricacies of the game. Even when he's roasting my Eagles his points are indisputable and entertaining, while fair.
KEEP IT UP, STINK!