On this week's show Armon breaks down Washington's decision to finally separate from Jay Gruden
(02:00 - 24:00)
With the Joker dominating at the box office, its time to rank the best actors to ever play the role. And no, Heath Ledger is not #1
(26:00 - 45)
And despite winning on Saturday night, it is clear it is the end of an era for one of the greatest boxers of his generation.
(54:00 - 1:09:00)
On this week's episode the Wizards have had some success without their star PG, and the sample size is no longer small, so maybe we need to start thinking with our heads instead of our hearts.
Deontay Wilder silenced his critics Saturday night with the biggest win of his career. Forcing yours truly to offer a mea culpa.
Plus the NCAA has tons of heat on them, so maybe this is finally the time the NBA does away with the dumb "one and done" rule.
On this week's episode Armon previews the upcoming NFL draft with Mock Draft Guru Ben Standig
We also weigh in on why despite being the best boxer of his generation, Floyd Mayweather may have done just as much bad for his sport, as good.
Plus find out why parity in the NFL is the greatest myth the Devil has ever told.
On this week's show, Armon Lee addresses and solves the biggest problems in the NBA today: Tanking and shortening the NBA's regular season. All with one move!
Also Chris Miles stops by to preview the upcoming NBA Draft and tells us who he thinks should be league MVP.
Plus the "Fate of the Furious" would have looked a lot different had one man had a better "Rule" of thumb.
On the second edition of "The Quarter-Lee Report" Armon has an unexpected guest, who has him do the unthinkable, argue in FAVOR of Tony Romo's Hall of Fame candidacy.
Armon also takes aim at his least favorite Knick, and no, its not Carmelo Anthony.
Plus Travis Thomas stops by to weigh in on if Colin Kaepernick is being black-balled, and whether or not Vasyl Lomachenko is the best P4P boxer in the world.