Project Power, Mexican Cartel Death Threat, Joe Judge’s No-Nonsense Practices, Mets Pitching Pandemic | Giant Mess S2 Ep5

On this episode of “Giant Mess”, giant mess Neal Lynch talks about:

  • LIFE: I received death threats from the Mexican cartel after flaking on a brothel…via text message…on Google Voice?
  • MOVIES: Reviews of Project Power and Code 8
  • METS: David Peterson placed on the IL and how it impacts the starting rotation, the revenge of Zack Wheeler, the emergence of Luis Guillorme, Dom Smith’s dominance, the redemption of Pete Alonso, offensive struggles and surges
  • GIANTS: Joe Judge’s no-nonsense coaching style, signing Graham Gano, Ross Cockrell fallout, Cody Core’s injury and how it impacts specials teams and the wide receiver unit


“Giant Mess” is a sloppy sports and entertainment talk show about the New York Giants, New York Mets, movies, TV, and more, hosted by a giant mess, Neal Lynch.


I’m a plump and furry Irish-Italian-American who graduated from a Catholic high school (but isn’t Catholic), and a college known for producing doctors and lacrosse players, then became neither. Instead, I’m a blogger, vlogger, podcaster, writer, editor, video optimizer, content strategist, and failed stand-up comedian. Leave a voicemail at (862) BIT-1986.


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