The Chris Shearn Show
Chris and Lou discuss Round 1 of the NFL Draft, Dee Gordon's suspension, and possible MLB expansion.
Chris and Lou talk Yankees, Nets, and Tom Brady as they test out their new home on Facebook Live.
Chris and Lou dish on Shearn's trip to Scranton for a Nick Swisher feature, plus a little NBA chatter as well.
Chris and Lou dish on new Nets head coach Kenny Atkinson and the Yankees' recent RISP issues.
It's an all-NBA day for the CSS, as Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game stops by to discuss the Nets' summer outlook, Kobe's farewell, and the Warriors' record.
Controversy reigns as Chris and Lou discuss Jose Bautista's slide, Carlos Correa's "interference" and the end of FX's The People vs. O.J. Simpson miniseries.
Chris and Lou discuss the Yankees' late-spring injuries and Swaggy P's Hollywood tape troubles.
Chris and Lou return from three weeks off and catch up on the Yankees, Nets, and March Madness.
On Leap Day, Chris and Lou jump into five Yankees talking points and the Nets' circus trip success.
hris and Lou (and Devin Kharpertian) talk Joe Johnson's buyout, Brett Gardner's wrist, and the passing of Duke from the Rocky films.
Chris and Lou lament the Nets' and Knicks' second-half openings and look ahead to the Yankees' full squad report.
Chris and Lou break down Joe Girardi's spring-opening presser and the Nets' new GM.
In the latest episode, the guys answer questions about the Yankees and the upcoming baseball season.
Devin Kharpertian joins Chris and Lou to discuss all things Nets as the NBA reaches the All-Star break.
Chris and Lou re-live Super Bowl 50 (and Cam Newton's post-game antics) and the Knicks' dismissal of Derek Fisher.
Chris and Lou discuss Super Bowl prop bet possibilities and Greg Bird's shoulder…plus a guest appearance from Mrs. Shearn!
Chris and Lou discuss the Nets' recent swoon, Cam Newton, and the NFL/NHL All-Star Sunday.
Chris and Lou debate the controversies surrounding Cam Newton, John Scott, and the NHL All-Star voting.
Chris and Lou break down David Blatt's firing, the Nets' win over OKC and NFL Conference Championship weekend.
Chris and Lou preview NFL Conference Championship weekend.
Chris and Lou break down NFL Divisional Weekend and the recent flurry of MLB signings.
Chris and Lou discuss the Giants' promotion of Ben McAdoo to head coach. Plus, a remembrance of Alan Rickman.
Devin Kharpertian joins the show to discuss the Nets' dismissal of Lionel Hollins and Billy King and the team's new direction.
Jack Curry joins the show in-studio to talk Baseball Hall of Fame, and Chris and Lou break down Tom Coughlin's Big Blue departure.
Chris and Lou celebrate their 50th show together with an hour of OBJ and the mediocrity of the NFL.
Chris and Lou talk Nets woes, Giants/Panthers, and the parity that is pro (and college) football.
Chris and Lou break down the Yankees news from MLB's Winter Meetings ... and some NFL sadness!
It's an all-Apple hour, with YES Network's John Flaherty talking Yankees and David Price, Devin Kharpertian on Nets/Knicks, and Patricia Traina on Giants/Jets.
Chris and Lou celebrate their one-year anniversary by talking MLB Awards, NFL rules, and daily fantasy chaos.
Chris and Lou rant about the recent intersections of sports and culture, and Lou breaks down the Yankees' trade for Aaron Hicks.
Lou welcomes in PWI senior writers Dan Murphy and Al Castle to discuss WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins' knee injury and how it affects the WWE Universe.
Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game joins Chris and Lou to break down Nets opening night and look forward through 2015-16.
Art Stapleton of The Record breaks down the Eagles-Giants Monday night mess and looks ahead to Giants-Cowboys.
JetNation's Glenn Naughton joins the show to talk Gang Green, and Chris and Lou vent some frustration with recent hot-button issues in MLB, the NFL, and college football.
Jack Curry joins Chris and Lou to put a bow on the Yankees' 2015 and look ahead to 2016.
Chris and Lou analyze the Yankees' recent swoon and their status heading into a hopeful Wild Card Game berth.
Chris and Lou pay tribute to Yogi Berra, then lament the September swoon of the Yankees, Giants and Eagles.
Chris and Lou break down the Matt Harvey-Mets-Scott Boras controversy and the next level of fallout in the NFL-Patriots saga.
As summer heads towards fall, MLB.com contributor Matt Kardos joins the show to talk Baby Bombers 2015, and Jet Nation's Glenn Naughton jumps on for some Jets/Eagles fun.
Chris and Lou lament the Yankees' recent malaise, and Chris waxes unpoetic about the Giants' chances in Dallas.
Chris and Lou wax poetic on the once-again first place Yankees ... and a mea culpa from Chris about Mike Gallego?
Lou and guest co-host A.J. Herrmann talk Geno Smith with JetNation's Brandon Dowling and the Nets' 2015-16 schedule with The Brooklyn Game's Devin Kharpertian.
Chris and Lou break down Luis Severino's MLB debut ... and make lots and lots of movie references in doing so.
YES Network's Ken Singleton, SWB RailRiders broadcaster John Sadak, and Art Stapleton of The Record join the show to talk Yankees' surge, Severino's chance, and Big Blue's return.
Chris and Lou discuss the NFL's decision to uphold Tom Brady's suspension, the Yankees' second-half surge, and some last minute pre-trade deadline MLB news.
YES Network's own Ian Eagle joins the show discuss Deron Williams' departure and the rest of the Brooklyn Nets' busy offseason.
Chris and Lou focus their pent-up post-holiday energy on MLB All-Star voting, the Women's World Cup, and Jason Pierre-Paul's holiday mishap.
YES Network's John Flaherty joins Chris and Lou for some Yankees discussion, and the New York Post's Kevin Kernan calls in from Cooperstown to talk Mets and the Hall of Fame.
Chris and Lou take a week off from topical sports discussion to play a somewhat athletic-themed game of 20 Questions.
Chris and Lou break down the Royals' All-Star voting controversy, the Cardinals' alleged hacking of the Astros, and other non-Missouri news.
Patrick Teale of Pinstripes Plus and SWB RailRiders beat writer Donnie Collins join Chris and Lou to talk MLB Draft 2015 and the state of the Yankees' farm system.
Chris and Lou reflect on the Rangers' Game 7 loss to Tampa Bay and the Yankees' Jekyll-and-Hyde road trip out west.
NHL on NBC and New York Rangers radio play-by-play man Kenny Albert stops by to talk Rangers/Lightning Game 7 and the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
What do Tom Brady, Andy Kaufman, Kurt Cobain, and Henrik Lundqvist have in common? They're all big talking points on this episode of The Chris Shearn Show!
Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game stops by to put a stamp on the Nets' 2014-15, and Chris and Lou re-visit "Deflate-gate" in the wake of the Wells Report.
Chris and Lou break down a busy first weekend in May, including the Kentucky Derby and Mayweather-Pacquiao.
NASCAR drivers and celebrity captains Joey Logano and Dale Earnhardt Jr. join Chris and Lou at the Dover/Pocono Softball game in Trenton to talk racing, baseball, and NASCAR on film.
Game No. 82 made the Nets the third New York team in the NHL/NBA playoffs, and Devin Kharpertian of The Brooklyn Game stops by to chat with Chris and Lou about Brooklyn's second life.
In a special live episode from WOB in New Brunswick, NJ, ex-Yankee Jim Leyritz joins Chris & Lou to discuss his career heroics and the current state of baseball.
Chris and Lou break down the Nets' 2014-15 exodus, the Yankees' 2015 genesis, and Chris Mullin's homecoming at St. John's.
Chris and Lou discuss the Yankees' spring training so far, and Lou airs a gripe with the NCAA Tournament selection committee.
Chris and Lou discuss the Nets' roller coaster and the Syracuse sanctions, with a little bit of childhood goodness thrown in.
Sheridan Hoops columnist Michael Scotto joins Chris and Lou to dish on the Nets and Knicks as they head down the stretch of the NBA season.
Pinstripes Plus managing editor Patrick Teale joins Chris and Lou to break down the state of the Yankees' farm system heading into 2015.
Chris and Lou bring James Dolan, the Brooklyn Nets, and Jackie Robinson West Little League under fire, and author Anthony Maldonado joins the show to discuss his new book.
Chris and Lou talk about the Syracuse basketball scandal and some ways that colleges and universities can help their students academically ... oh, yeah, and Super Bowl XLIX, too.
Chris and Lou dissect some Super Bowl chatter and reminisce about one of the great hobbies of childhood: collecting (and trading) baseball cards.
Former WFAN and current Miami radio personality Sid Rosenberg joins Chris and Lou to break down just how ridiculous the Patriots' "deflate-gate" scandal really is.
Chris and Lou travel the seven C's of the past week in sports: Cowboys, Colts, and catches, Cardale (Jones), classes, and championships, and a little (Brian) Cashman too.
Chris and Lou talk about the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame voting results and break down the controversy surrounding the selection process.
Chris and Lou give the sports world a time-out, instead getting into the holiday spirit with their favorite Christmas and Christmas-related movies.
Chris and Lou react to baseball's busy Winter Meetings and try to fix the College Football Playoff.
This week, Chris and Lou recap the Giants and Jets' rough week, debate the setup of the college football playoff and answer a handful of fan grievances.
Chris welcomes new co-host Lou DiPietro, breaks down the Giants' struggles and the Red Sox's bold offseason moves.
The Giants face the difficult decision of what to do with head coach Tom Coughlin after another disappointing season.
Chris and Doug discuss the Jets' quarterback issues.
Chris and Doug talk about the Rangers legend Adam Graves and this year's Blueshirts.
Chris and Doug talk about the Royals' amazing postseason run.
Chris and Doug dissect the Jets' problems, which go way beyond Geno Smith.
Chris and Doug break down what's going wrong with the Jets.
Chris and Doug were unimpressed by Roger Goodell's response to the Ray Rice situation.
Chris and Doug break down a troubling Week 2 of football in New York.
Chris and Doug discuss the latest developments with Ray Rice.
Chris and Doug defend Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long, and discuss New York's playoff chances.
Chris and Doug discuss the start of NFL training camps, LeBron James' new home, and the controversy surrounding Tony Dungy.
Chris and Doug discuss the stunning departure of Nets head coach Jason Kidd.
Chris and Doug discuss what the Yankees need to do to ignite the team's struggling offense.
Chris and Doug assess the state of the NBA and NHL finals.
Chris and Doug discuss Michael Sam's decision to star in a documentary about the start of his NFL career.
YES Nets analyst Donny Marshall joins Chris and Doug to discuss Brooklyn's playoff series and the NBA banning Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug discuss the skirmish between Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez and Pittsburgh's Gerrit Cole.
Chris and Doug discuss the hot start of Yankees infielder Yangervis Solarte.
In the latest episode, Chris checks in from Yankees spring training in Tampa.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug dig through the latest sports news dominating the back pages in New York.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug talk about the Knicks' pursuit of Phil Jackson and the Nets' playoff push.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug Williams talk about the start of Yankees spring training and the makeup of the team's starting rotation.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug Williams discuss Derek Jeter's announced retirement and Olympic hockey.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug Williams debate the Mt. Rushmore of the NBA, preview Yankees baseball and more.
In the latest episode, Chris and Doug break down Seattle's rout over Denver in Super Bowl XLVIII.
In the latest episode, Chris and co-host Doug Williams preview the upcoming Super Bowl between the Seahawks and Broncos.
In the latest episode, Chris Shearn breaks down the Yankees' chances to make the postseason.
Chris Shearn and Lou DiPietro discuss the Ryan Braun suspension and debate whether the Yankees would ever consider trading Mariano Rivera.
In the latest episode, Chris Shearn takes stock of CC Sabathia and the state of the Yankees.