Kortney’s Last Show Podcast, EP 43: Love Seattle Seahawks bravado and hate their passing, Lynch vs. Gronk Mortal Combat, and Soliciting Prostitutes

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The Seattle Seahawks didn’t run the ball at the end of the Super Bowl and that’s why they lost the game. I thought we all agreed that it was a dumb call, and the worst in super bowl history. However, I’m seeing articles defending the play call, and some are even condoning it. The worst part is, Seahawks fans are starting to believe this, and they’re sending the article to me. The article I’m getting the most is Benjamin Morris’ on FiveThirtyEight.com. It is a reasonable article, but it should be held up as some kind of validation. It was a horrible call. When you throw the ball 3 things can happen and two of them are bad. Why would you do that with the game on the line? When you have the best power runner in the league. Don’t out think the room run the ball.

 

On this episode of The Last Show Podcast, I talk about the Super Bowl. I pay special attention to all the people making excuses for the Seattle coaches not calling a running play. It’s a bad decision. I also talk about why I like the Seahawks players. I like the fight they started and all the taunting. Somebody has to wear the black hat, and it fits the Seahawks great.

I also talk about Marshawn Lynch and Rob Gronkowski playing Mortal Combat on Conan. It was the funniest thing I’ve seen this year. Yes I know it’s only February, and that’s why I made that ridiculous statement.

I also talk about Warren Sapp getting arrested for soliciting a prostitute. This is weird, and could have easily been avoided.

 

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Kortney Shane Williams

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About the author: kortneywilliams

Kortney Shane Williams is an international touring comedian who honed his skills for 10 years in Seattle Washington. He's opened for Dave Chappelle, Hannibal Buress, David Alan Grier, and has appeared on Laughs TV on Fox, Comedy Time at the Icehouse, and The 206 on NBC. His writing he has been featured on Yahoo and Fox Sports. Kortney's new album, To Whom It Doesn't Concern, is available now. He can also be heard weekly on his podcast, Kortney's Last Show Podcast, which is available on iTunes. Get More from Kortney at: www.KortneyShaneWilliams.com

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