Emily Olson interviews senior reporter Phil Wright about this week’s story on the Disability Rights Oregon report about ‘inhumane’ treatment of juvenile offenders at the Northeastern Oregon Regional Correctional Facility in The Dalles.
Fresh off back-to-back 4-1 weeks, and Steve correctly nabbing the Thanksgiving Day Parlay, the pickers are hot. They hope to keep their roll continuing while talking about the NFL news of the week, including the benching of Eli Manning and the Broncos-Raiders brawl.
Their picks this week: New England (-8.5), N.Y. Jets (+3.5), New Orleans (-4), Oakland (-7) and Philadelphia (-5.5)
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Season record: 32-24-3
Tim and Steve continue to make gamblers money. The duo has come out ahead in 8 of 10 weeks this year, and has an overall record of 25-22-3 — much better than the consensus picks of the professionals.
This week, the duo tries to continue their winning ways by picking Minnesota (-2.5), Washington (+7.5), Los Angeles Chargers (-4), Denver (-2.5) and New England (-7).
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Tim and Steve come off a 3-2 week, but a little empty betting the ponies down in Del Mar. But its back to football all the time now, and the boys have five new picks for you, in their quest for a perfect week.
Reporter Kathy Aney sits down with four local veterans from four foreign wars to discuss the differences and similarities in their service.
Tim, Steve and George lick some wounds after a 2-3 week and boldly predict the weekend’s games.
Tim is back from a week of vacation to join Steve and talk football. In his absence last week, Steve and guest host George Plaven finished 2-1-2. This week they recap their pushes and keep trying for that evasive perfect week.
With Tim on vacation, Steve and George pick the week’s winners and losers.
The boys went 2-2-1 last week — as middling as you can get. They try to improve with this week’s picks while also talking a bit about the state of the game and the continuing controversy about when to kneel and how to protest.
Tim Trainor and Steve Hill are back after a winning week, and staring at a slate of games that makes them feel pretty good (except for Dalvin Cook’s poorly-timed injury.) Can they capture that critical 5-0 perfect score? Listen along as you watch this weekend.