Back from a two-week hiatus, Connor and Blake are back to recap the NFL Draft, discuss the teams that did the best and worst, pick their way-too-early ROY, and discuss which QB will have the greatest impact in their rookie season.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace are joined by former host Kevin Haswell for half an episode. The guys debate the best QB/Receiver duo in the league, the Broncos draft plans, AJ McCarron in Buffalo and more.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace break down all the free agent signings around the NFL, discuss Kirk Cousins in Minnesota, the Browns' recent additions and what were the favorite and least favorite moves so far.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace break down the Blake Bortles contract extension, the Marcus Peters trade, the Vikings' QB situation, sleeper QBs in the NFL Draft, and offseason needs for the AFC South.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace are joined by Brandon Ellis to talk what team is the furthest from the Super Bowl, the rookie class of running backs, what new head coaches will have the most success in their first season, taking Saquon Barkley with the No. 1 pick, and who's the favorite prospect.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace recap the Super Bowl, talk about the shocking decision made by Josh McDaniels, break down the Alex Smith to Redskins trade, and predict next year's Super Bowl champions
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace are joined by Catie Harper to break down all the key factors for the Eagles and Patriots leading up to the Super Bowl, plus a live reaction to the Alex Smith trade to the Washington Redskins.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace recap championship weekend, discuss the future of the Vikings and Case Keenum, debate if the Pro Bowl has any relevancy, and discuss what the Eagles have to do to beat the Patriots.
Co-hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace reflect on a great weekend of divisional playoff football before looking ahead to Conference Championship weekend. Can the Jaguars beat the Patriots? Will the Eagles win as underdogs again? Where will Case Keenum and Blake Bortles be playing at the start of next season? Was this the end of Roethlisberger, Bell and Brown in Pittsburgh?
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace are joined by Eli Jennings to debate the top five wide receivers in the NFL going into next season and how to rebuild the New York Giants before recapping Wild Card weekend and previewing the divisional round matchups.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace discuss the most surprising decisions on Black Monday with coaching in the NFL, how to rebuild the Cleveland Browns this offseason, where Kirk Cousins and other notable free agent quarterbacks will land this offseason, why we have to watch the Titans and Bills in the playoffs and which teams playing in Wild Card weekend have the best shot at making a run to the Super Bowl.
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace discuss the surprising 49ers win over the Jaguars this past Sunday, what the 49ers' season would look like had Jimmy Garoppolo been their starter from game one, which head coaches in the NFL are on the hot seat, if Rams' running back Todd Gurley can win this year's MVP, what NFL teams had been the most surprising this season and if Dak Prescott can be a franchise quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Following their topics, they pick five games for the...
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace discuss all the news around the NFL following week 15 of play. How does the Rams' offense stack up with the greatest offenses in NFL history? What teams in playoff contention are the weakest and should fear possible elimination? How does Antonio Brown's calf injury change the playoff outlook for the Steelers if he's unavailable? Who were the biggest Pro Bowl snubs this season? What even is a catch these days?
Hosts Connor McCarthy and Blake Pace discuss Carson Wentz's injury and it's impact on the NFC playoffs, which teams in the NFC playoff picture pose the biggest threat if they sneak in, Antonio Brown's chances at this year's NFL MVP award, which team in the NFL with a losing record will make the biggest improvements next season, and if the Jaguars need to be considered as a potential Super Bowl threat in the AFC.