On today's show, we get into some NBA talk and discuss the six big headlines to watch out for in the second half of the season, including "Who's a Threat to the Warriors in the West?", "Who's Winning the East?", and "The MVP Race". Then, we wrap up with a new segment called "You're Not in Kansas Anymore" for Adam Gase.
On Monday's show, we dive right into the weekend that was in the NFL. The Chiefs came out fast and popped the Colts; the Rams adjusted and the Cowboys did not; Tom Brady did what Tom Brady does in January in Foxboro; and the Saints edged out the defending champions in a nail-biter in the Superdome.
On today's show, Brian discusses the head coaching carousel in the NFL and how everyone is trying to find their own Sean McVay. We talk about the moves made in Green Bay, Arizona, and Cleveland and debate the merits of hiring a young, offensive-minded head coach. Lastly, Brian gives his "get-off-my-lawn" take on College Football.
We open the week by diving into what we learned from Wildcard Weekend in the NFL. Brian openly asks if Dak Prescott showed something on Saturday night. Then we explain what the Nick Foles phenomenon really is. Also, Brian says the Bears loss was a necessary evil; he identifies the scariest thing about this Chargers team; and he explains why Frank Reich is the right guy in Indianapolis. We wrap up with an NCAA College Football National Championship prediction.
On our Special Saturday show, Champ stops by to pick winners in each of the Wildcard games. The guys also rank the 12 playoff teams according to their chances of winning the Super Bowl, predict eight coaches who will fill the eight head coaching vacancies, and wrap up with a "Dads Only".
On our first show of the New Year, Brian examines the respective messes that exist in Pittsburgh, Denver, and Atlanta. Then we turn our attention to the always spinning coaching carousel -- who's interviewing where and what should we believe?
Champ stops by on our Monday show and discusses some of the puzzling things that happened in Week 17 in the NFL: Vikings didn't show up, Nick Foles is back, and the Jaguars might need a re-boot. Then, Champ and Brian discuss the Wildcard Weekend matchups. We wrap up the show by examining the brand new head coaching vacancies and what some of the rumors are; and we do a Dads Only.
On the Friday show, Brian starts off by previewing the handful of meaningful games on the slate for Week 17 in the NFL. Plus, we look at what the playoff picture could look like after the weekend is over. Then, we discuss the two National Semifinal games set for Saturday in College Football. Lastly, Brian runs through the 10 things you may have missed in the NBA to this point in the season.
On today's show, Brian analyzes the current state of the running back position in the NFL: Why do teams think it's worth paying any of them? Then, we move on to some wild playoff scenarios that could play out in Week 17, and who's going to be that team with everything to play for that loses? Also, with a week remaining in the regular season, who's the MVP? Lastly, Brian asks, "Is any team any good this year?"
It's Christmas Eve and we're recapping Week 16 in the NFL. The Eagles are zombies and Nick Foles is their leader; the Houston Texans are making life very difficult for themselves; Pat Mahomes is still the MVP (right???); and Colts-Titans will be a play-in game next Sunday night. Then Brian gets into the three "ups" of the week and the three "downs".
We open our special Saturday show with some therapy sessions for Champ. Then we move to which quarterbacks could be on the move this offseason and which teams could be interested. We, also, answer some mailbag questions; and we finish with a special holiday edition of "Dads Only."
We open our Friday show with a preview of the marquee Week 16 games in the NFL. Can Lamar Jackson withstand the Chargers athletic defense? Will the Nick Foles Miracle Run, Part 2 continue against the Texans? How will the Chiefs defense respond to Seattle's run game? Are the Saints slated to return to normalcy on offense at home against the Steelers? Then, we get to Archie's Picks. Finally, if quarterbacks in the playoff race were Christmas movies, which ones would they be?
On today's show, Brian reacts to the MNF game. Cam's shoulder is obviously not in good shape. But is there more we should be wondering about Cam -- and is it fair to have these thoughts? The Saints win ugly, and despite a less-than-perfect stretch of 3 games, this team looks to be in great position. The Brian looks at some narratives that we might be facing here on out for the remainder of the regular season.
On Monday's show, Brian passes out some Week 15 awards. The Bears looked Aaron Rodgers in the eye and slit his throat; the Patriots forgot how to run an offense; and the Steelers are back and alive. We also try to figure out what happened with the Rams and their offense against Nick Foles and the Eagles. Also, why are the 49ers playing so hard and Hue Jackson is back in the winner's circle.
On the special Saturday show, Champ joins Brian, and the guys debate whether Pat Mahomes is the best passer in the NFL. They also lend a hand to Green Bay and attempt to hire the next Packers' head coach. Then we examine other possible coaching openings this offseason. Finally, we confront the question: Who can seriously make the Super Bowl? And we wrap up with a Dads Only.
On the Friday show, Brian looks ahead to the week 15 games in the NFL. How will the Steelers (who's playoff lives are at stake over these final 3 weeks) adjust to a Patriots offense that they haven't been able to slow down for years? In a defensive battle in Indy, who will emerge as the X-factor in the Cowboys-Colts game? And can the Bears exercise their Aaron Rodgers demons as they try and kill the Packers' playoff hopes. We'll also look to some other intriguing storylines of the week and...
On our Wednesday show, Brian looks back at the MNF game between the Vikings and Seahawks. Then, we attempt to answer the question: What's gone wrong in Minnesota? Vikings fired their OC -- what's next for a team that had Super Bowl aspirations a couple months ago?
Brian opens the Monday show venting about the "Miami Miracle". We, then, move to Pat Mahomes's performance in a comeback win against Baltimore. If he's the MVP at season's end, this game will be his highlight reel. In the same game, Lamar Jackson impressed and has sentenced Joe Flacco to the bench. In Chicago, the Rams again failed to come through on the road -- is this a telling sign of who this team is? Brian also looks at the host of now 7-6 teams vying for the 6th seed in the AFC and how...