Minus Three with Shek & Schwartz

Hosted by Dave Dameshek (Extra Points, NFL Network, ESPN Radio) and former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz (Sirius XM, ESPN Radio, SB Nation), MINUS THREE provides you with the hometown edge, informed counsel and rare access to the best bets every week on the sports calendar…with a particular focus on the teams representing the Keystone & Garden States (and their divisional rivals, of course).

You’ll also get unique listener games and an unyielding focus on the Game of Life. Are Shek & Schwartz homers? No. Are they aware of the built-in advantages of being at home? You bet.

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The Hosts

Dave Dameshek

Dave's been talking sports on TV, the radio, in print & online for the last 20 years at the NFL Network, ESPN Radio, CBS Radio & Fox Sports Radio, while also making pages on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’, ‘Crank Yankers’ & ‘The Man Show’.

Dave always hopes your team wins…unless your team is playing his team.

Geoff Schwartz

From his pre-Bar Mitzvah stuttering days to being drafted 241st (out of 252) in the 2008 NFL draft, Geoff Schwartz has overcome adversity to exceed all expectations and impressively succeed in life.

His eight-year career included stints with the Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants, where he signed a 4-year deal to become a starting guard on the Eli Manning-led team. Unfortunately, injuries derailed Geoff’s career and caused his retirement from the NFL in February 2017.

Before his retirement Geoff began a seamless transition to a career in media. He can be heard daily on Sirius XM Radio 373 hosting PAC-12 Today, was a co-host this past NFL season on EPSN Radio’s weekly Countdown to Kickoff and is a frequent stand in on ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio. He regularly writes for websites such as SB Nation, where he posted over 400 articles, and hosts his own podcast, Geoff Schwartz Is Smarter Than You, where Geoff makes the average football fan smarter. He appears routinely on sports radio talk shows and podcasts throughout the country offering his insights on football, other sports plus a wide variety of non-sports related topics.

Along with his brother Mitchell, starting right tackle of the Kansas City Chiefs, Geoff co-authored “Eat My Schwartz,” a book chronicling their lives from early childhood to their tenure in the NFL, discussing NFL football, food, family and their faith.

Dave Dameshek

Dave's been talking sports on TV, the radio, in print & online for the last 20 years at the NFL Network, ESPN Radio, CBS Radio & Fox Sports Radio, while also making pages on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’, ‘Crank Yankers’ & ‘The Man Show’.

Dave always hopes your team wins…unless your team is playing his team.

Geoff Schwartz

From his pre-Bar Mitzvah stuttering days to being drafted 241st (out of 252) in the 2008 NFL draft, Geoff Schwartz has overcome adversity to exceed all expectations and impressively succeed in life.

His eight-year career included stints with the Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants, where he signed a 4-year deal to become a starting guard on the Eli Manning-led team. Unfortunately, injuries derailed Geoff’s career and caused his retirement from the NFL in February 2017.

Before his retirement Geoff began a seamless transition to a career in media. He can be heard daily on Sirius XM Radio 373 hosting PAC-12 Today, was a co-host this past NFL season on EPSN Radio’s weekly Countdown to Kickoff and is a frequent stand in on ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio. He regularly writes for websites such as SB Nation, where he posted over 400 articles, and hosts his own podcast, Geoff Schwartz Is Smarter Than You, where Geoff makes the average football fan smarter. He appears routinely on sports radio talk shows and podcasts throughout the country offering his insights on football, other sports plus a wide variety of non-sports related topics.

Along with his brother Mitchell, starting right tackle of the Kansas City Chiefs, Geoff co-authored “Eat My Schwartz,” a book chronicling their lives from early childhood to their tenure in the NFL, discussing NFL football, food, family and their faith.