Jon Chuckery kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines in college football including news out of the SEC spring meetings
Jon Chuckery kicks off the hour with a conversation with Kris Willis of Battery Power to discuss the Atlanta Braves
Jon Chuckery is joined by Kris Willis of Battery Power to discuss the latest Atlanta Braves headlines: On how well Soroka looked in return On Soroka’s return helping the Braves pitching woes On preferring to seeing Matt Olson more towards the middle of the order On Marcell Ozuna’s chances of winning NL player of the month On the role AJ Smith Shawver will have for the Braves On the overall production from Michael Harris II On Soroka’s return somewhat taking pressure off a need to address pitching needs On the Braves upcoming scheduling lining up for a successful run On the state of the Braves bullpen On Rosario taking control of left field On if the Braves would look to add another outfielder On the Braves being right at the top as best team in the NL
Jon Chuckery is joined by V-10'3 Big Tigger to discuss his upcoming Beltline Bikefest
Jon Chuckery kicks off the hour with some of the news and headlines on the Atlanta Falcons including three Falcons players being ranked in PFF's top 32 defensive linemen rankings.
Jon Chuckery is joined by AJC's D. Orlando Ledbetter to discuss the latest headlines on the Atlanta Falcons On really relying on Calais Campbell’s leadership On the reality that Campbell plays 60 percent or more of the snaps On Campbell’s playing time impacting younger guys time on the field On the Falcons more than likely not pursuing DeAndre Hopkins On the Falcons making any addition moves after June 1 cuts On Falcons vets like Bud Dupree who may be cut On Desmond Ridder definitely looking comfortable On the Falcons taking advantage of the new QB rule On second year players that have been impressive/comfortable On Arnold Ebiketie needing to turn into big time football players for the Falcons On Jessie Bates creating a battle between Hawkins and Grant at other safety On Jerry Gray being the low key best move by the Falcons
Jon Chuckery kicks off the hour sharing his thoughts on Michael Soroka's returning start in Braves loss on Monday and praises the Miami Heat for closing out Celtics on the road
Jon Chuckery and Ben Ladner of Fansided discuss the potential of the Atlanta Hawks improving their roster and being a top tier team without entering the luxury tax
JC and DA-DA reflect back on places they used to hang out at in and around Atlanta back in their younger days
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news headlines on the Atlanta Falcons
JC s joined by Ben Ladner of Fansided to talk Atlanta Hawks and NBA: On the difference for Kevin Huerter with Kings vs Hawks On Boston’s Game 5 win making the series feel like more of a series On Celtics giving Jaylen Brown the super max and Hawks should consider him On the challenge for the Hawks to improve without enter the luxury tax On ow time off will impact Denver
JC is joined by Felipe Cardenas of The Athletic to talk Atlanta United: Orlando still Atlanta United’s rival and Saturday’s draw did not feel like a win On United seemingly like not taking advantage of schedule of late against teams like Charlotte n United not being a better road team of late On Araujo’s deserving of recent penalty On Giakoumakis being on the level of Josef Martinez for United On the likelihood Giamkoumakis stays with United for the long haul On United being able to defeat Orlando
JC opens up the show sharing his thoughts on Atlanta United's match with Orlando on Saturday and believes they have to take advantage of lessor Orlando team
Jon Chuckery and the AJC's Gabe Burns discuss the importance of the Atlanta Falcons needing to be elite in the red zone
JC reacts to an article in which the Hawks were listed as a team that would have to make a Jaylen Brown trade that would send John Collins, AJ Griffin and Jalen Johnson and the 2024 first round pick to the Celtics for Brown. JC states that he would make the trade without question.
JC shares his thoughts on where he believes Kyle Pitts should be ranked among the NFL’s tight ends and believes the third year player has to be “Travis Kelce” like to be an impactful player for the Falcons.
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines surrounding the Atlanta Falcons including a list that has them as the number one bandwagon to get on.
Jon Chuckery is joined by AJC's Gabe Burn to discuss the latest news and headlines in Atlanta sports: On the Braves win on Wednesday feeling like a must need On the Braves’ series with the Phillies being a swing series On the timetable for Michael Soroka’s return seemingly moving up On seeing Freddie Freeman and Jason Heyward as teammates again On the Falcons needing to be a great red zone team On how difficult it is to judge the Falcons schedule On when the time is right for the Hawks to enter the luxury tax
JC opens up with a brief recap of the Braves win over the Dodgers on Wednesday and while he says that he does not want to put too much emphasis on one particular game, he believes that Wednesday’s win was important as Atlanta avoided the sweep by Los Angeles and helped themselves maintain their NL East lead.
JC shares his thoughts on how impactful he believes Falcons newly acquired safety Jessie Bates has to have for the Falcons and allows listeners to call in and share their thoughts as well. JC believes that with the amount of money that Bates will get for one season with the Falcons is deserving of him producing a second team all-pro type of season.
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines around the NFL and reacts to recent comments by Lamar Jackson, who says he likes what he's seeing with the Todd Monken schemes.
JC shares his thoughts on the recent off the field incidents surrounding the Georgia Bulldogs football program and believes that perception from the outside looking in nay be that Kirby Smart does not have things under control. While he does not agree with that statement, he understands the urgency of Smart and staff needing to set some examples to get things in order.
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines on the Atlanta Falcons as OTA's continue
JC is joined by Yahoo Sports senior writer Jake Fischer to talk the latest on the Atlanta Hawks and around the NBA: On the potential activity the Hawks will have during the offseason On how good a fit Quin Synder is for the Hawks On how much final say Snyder is truly going to have in regards to personnel On what will truly force LeBron to retire On what direction the Sixers are going to take to try and get over the hump On the chances the Celtics will lock up Jaylen Brown with a supermax deal On what’s helped Denver finally break through the glass
JC opens up the first hour sharing his thoughts on the Braves needing to get a win over the Dodgers to close out the series ahead of their four game set with the Phillies
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines in college football including ESPN's list of top 75 college quarterbacks of the 2000's in which they rank Stetson Bennett at No. 34
JC kicks off the hour sharing his thoughts on which Atlanta Falcons player he believes will have a breakout type of season similar to the way Kaleb MGary did to earn his contract
JC kicks off the hour with the latest news and headlines surrounding the Atlanta Falcons including PFF's ranking of the 2023 NFL starting quarterbacks where Desmond Ridder comes in ranked at No. 31.
JC is joined by AJC/Hawks reporter Lauren Williams as they discuss the latest news and headlines around the Hawks: On what type of FA moves the Hawks may move On the Hawks not committing to remaining in the luxury tax On what value the Hawks could get in return for John Collins On Hawks doubling down to build around Trae and Dejounte On what could help Hawks consider going after Jaylen Brown On what the Hawks draft strategy may to help build On limited roster spots resulting in draftee landing in G-League On how the Hawks can get better if not willing to go into luxury tax
JC opens up the show with a preview of the Braves and Dodgers game two meeting of their three game series as Spencer Strider will take the mound, while the Dodgers debut their top pitching prospect Bobby Miller. JC adds that he is excited to see how Strider will do against the Los Angeles lineup.