The Herd with Colin Cowherd is a thought-provoking, opinionated, and topic-driven journey through the top sports stories of the day.
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Colin takes a victory lap after a big win for the Ravens over the Chiefs after Lamar Jackson continues to silence all of his critics. He points out one NFL team that needs to admit they’ve made a huge mistake and it’s already too late to try and fix it. He also tells you why he was right about Derek Carr and wrong about Matt Ryan. Plus, Trent Dilfer joins the show to discuss Lamar Jackson’s big win and if Ben Roethlisberger is officially washed up.
Lamar Jackson was able to control the time of possession
The Chargers made too many mistakes against the Cowboys
The Dolphins will continue to have problems until they get the QB position right
Derek Carr has been fantastic this season
Guest: Joe Thomas
Where Colin was right and wrong
Big Ben has always relied on his size and talent
Carson Wentz is too reckless
Guest: Trent Dilfer
It's OK to be boring at Quarterback
Three Word Game: Colin describes NFL games in 3 words
Guest: Howie Long
Colin reacts to a wild Week 2 NFL Sunday. Hear why Big Ben's days with the Steelers should be numbered (3:00), why Sam Darnold's Carolina reboot is an indictment of the Jets (5:00), the biggest mistake the Dolphins have made since drafting Tua (8:00), and the new mind-blowing Tom Brady stat that should terrify the NFL. Then, longtime Dallas Cowboys writer - and host of The Doomsday Podcast - Matt Mosley and Colin discuss Mike McCarthy's questionable time management (23:00), why Justin Herbert reminds Matt of the early Troy Aikman years (25:00), why the Cowboys look much different than last year (28:00), how Tony Pollard is taking the spotlight from Zeke (31:00), how Dallas stacks up against the NFC East (36:00), and which coach on the Cowboys staff has become a major in-game liability (38:00).
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Jboy breaks down a stacked week 3 in college football. Jake tells you why he thinks Texas A&M still can't hang with Alabama (8:40), how Matt Corral is building his Heisman resume (18:30) and breaking down Auburn's loss to Penn State (28:00) Make sure to check us out LIVE on Youtube every day at 3pm EST, plus follow us @thejboyshow on all social media platforms!
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin tells USC what they must do after firing Clay Helton (2:00), explains the secret to betting football games early in the season (7:20), and names his favorite backup QB in the NFL (8:08). NFL Hall-of-Famer Tony Dungy on the best coaching he ever gave Peyton Manning, and the two most important characteristics for a successful QB (9:00). Aqib Talib gives his dark horse MVP candidate, and his most impressive team in Week 1 (19:40). Plus, Chad Millman lets Colin know if his NFL picks are sharp or square for Week 2 (25:20). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
After a disappointing loss to Washington, Colin believes the New York Giants are showing everyone they don’t trust their young quarterback Daniel Jones. He discusses Tom Brady possibly playing until age 50 and why it is believable. Colin shares his Blazing 5 picks for week 2 of the NFL season. Plus, NFL insider Albert Breer joins the show to talk about the Packers front office and why they are unhappy with Aaron Rodgers since he's returned from his holdout.
The Giants are showing us they don't trust Daniel Jones
Tom Brady says he could play in the NFL until 50
More on the Urban Meyer to USC rumors
Guest: Albert Breer
Colin's new Blazing 5 NFL picks
The importance of getting the QB position right
Guest: T. J. Houshmandzadeh
The problems with the NY Giants offense
Tomorrows headlines today
Guests: Brady Quinn, Jason McIntyre
John breaks down the good and bad from WFT's TNF W over the Giants, and explains why either team would be a good fit for Jimmy Garoppolo. He also discusses Urban Meyer to USC rumors, why it's not fair to put all the blame on Tua if he doesn't live up to NFL expectations, which two teams' seasons are already on the line, why this year's injury avalanche feels worse than most, previews the Week 2 games, runs his 3 for the $Money$ picks by Action Network's Stuckey, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag.
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In Fake Questions, Real Answers, Colin names his favorite non-starting NFL QB, explains why USC waited before firing Clay Helton, and calls out the team's fan base that frustrates him the most. Then Colin makes his NFL Week 2 picks and Action Network CCO Chad Millman tells him whether they're sharp or square. They make their picks for Cowboys/Chargers (11:00), Raiders/Steelers (13:00), Patriots/Jets (15:00), Rams/Colts (21:00), Saints/Panthers (24:00), Bengals/Bears (27:00), Chiefs/Ravens (30:00), Niners/Eagles (32:00), Bills/Dolphins (34:00), and Falcons/Bucs (35:00).
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Colin reacts to the Cowboys losing their best player on defense and why it’s time for Dak Prescott to rise to the occasion after getting a huge contract in the off season. He changes his tune about a super star wide receiver and why he’s more valuable to his team than Colin originally thought. He also tells you which quarterback from week 1 had a more impressive performance than he’s getting credit for. Greg Cosell from NFL Films joins the show to break down the opening week performances from Matthew Stafford, Justin Herbert and Russell Wilson.
The Cowboys will have to get by without DeMarcus Lawrence
Trey Lance isn't ready to be the 49ers starting QB
Colin changes his stance on the Browns and OBJ
Mac Jones looked good in his first start
Guest: Peter King
Don't overreact about what happened during week 1. Some teams will be fine.
NFL quarterbacks fall into 3 categories
Guest: Greg Cosell
Colin discusses the NFL teams that should be panicking
Guest: Greg Jennings
Colin shares what he thinks is actually a compliment to Baker Mayfield and the Browns even though people will try to make it sound like an insult. He explains why it’s time for the Bears to make a change at quarterback and make rookie Justin Fields their starter. He also shoots down the reports that Urban Meyer is considering a return to college football after only one game in the NFL. Plus, 2-time All Pro TE and NFL on FOX analyst Greg Olsen joins the show to talk about what he saw from Jets rookie QB Zach Wilson in his first NFL start.
We should be expecting more from the Cleveland Browns
How to handle the Bears QB situation
Urban Meyer isn't leaving for USC
The USC HC job is still a big deal
Guest: Nick Wright
More on the head coach opening at USC
Despite what Aaron Rodgers has been saying, what's going on in Green Bay is a big deal
Guest: Joel Klatt
Hot Take or Let it Bake: Colin picks which NFL scenarios he sees coming true
Guest: Greg Olsen
Colin explains the most important thing USC has to look for to find the right head coach (3:00). Then, legendary head coach and NBC Sports analyst Tony Dungy discusses the tough advice he once gave Peyton Manning (10:00), great stories from how the preseason used to be (12:00), why the Jameis Winston/Sean Payton relationship can work (15:00) the adjustment that Bruce Arians made with Tom Brady (16:00), the simple advice he got from Steelers legend Chuck Noll (21:00), why he rolls his eyes at Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay (24:00), why he's concerned about the pressures being put on NFL head coaches (26:00), what he loved about coaching against Bill Belichick (28:00), the two keys NFL QBs need to succeed (32:00), Tony's takes on the young NFL QBs and how he would defend them (32:00), the biggest cultural differences between when he was coaching and today (37:00), and why 90% of NFL games are lost rather than won (39:00).
This week Chad Millman, Chief Content Officer at the Action Network, is joined once again by professional NFL bettor Simon Hunter as they go through the entirety of the NFL board from Thursday to Sunday Night Football. They preview their favorite underdogs and totals, lock in some early picks against the spread, and talk about what Week 1 overreactions to profit against.
NYG WAS (7 MIN)
JAX DEN (14 MIN)
HOU CLE (19 MIN)
BUF MIA (22 MIN)
LAR IND (27 MIN)
SF PHL (32 MIN)
SIMON SAYS PICK (32 MIN)
CIN CHI (36 MIN)
LV PIT (40 MIN)
NE NYJ (42 MIN)
NO CAR (46 MIN)
MIN AZ (47 MIN)
HORNETS NEST (49 MIN)
LAC DAL (52 MIN)
TEN SEA (56 MIN)
KC BAL (58 MIN)
DET GB (59 MIN)
After a WILD finish on Monday Night Football, Colin praises Derek Carr for pulling off the win and what separates him from other quarterbacks in the league. He reacts to USC firing head coach Clay Helton and why it’s time to think outside the box when it comes to rebuilding the football program. He also unveils his Herd Hierarchy after week 1 of the NFL season. Plus, FOX NFL analyst and former USC QB Mark Sanchez joins the show to break down the rookie debuts in week 1 and what USC will do to replace Helton.
The difference between Derek Carr and Baker Mayfield
USC has fired their head coach
Colin defends Lamar Jackson
Guest: Peter Schrager
Colin's new Herd Hierarchy
Aaron Rodgers' drama with the front office is hurting the team
The Raiders are an entertaining mess
Guest: Chad Pennington
What to make of the end of the 49ers-Lions game
What's it like playing for Bill Belichick?
Guests: Mark Sanchez, Devin McCourty
John reacts to the Raiders thrilling OT win over the Ravens in the MNF opener, and what the Ravens did to lose the game that was inexcusable. He also explains why he loved Peyton and Eli Manning making their game broadcast debut, why this version of the Seahawks has a throwback feel from their Super Bowl teams, and why the Titans replacement for former OC Arthur Smith is a huge downgrade. He also recaps the rest of the Week 1 slate, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag.
A huge week 1 of the NFL season where Colin compares the off seasons of Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson and what impact that had on the start of the regular season. He discusses Baker Mayfield’s duel against Patrick Mahomes and how Mayfield was ultimately exposed. He also tells you why he was right about Sam Darnold and wrong about the Eagles. Plus, 3-time Pro Bowl QB Carson Palmer joins the show to give his thoughts on what he saw from week 1 including Mayfield and Rodgers.
Colin compares how Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers handled their offseason drama
What to take from the Browns-Chiefs game
Steelers won but Big Ben looks old
Guest: Michael Vick
The Bears game plan on Sunday
It's going to be difficult to predict the Cardinals record this season
Guest: Carson Palmer
More on week 1 of the NFL
Latest edition of the Three Word Game
Guest: Mike Silver
Colin reacts to Matthew Stafford's debut with the Rams (3:00), the Bears taking one on the chin with Andy Dalton (5:00), how Baker Mayfield's weakness got revealed against the Chiefs (7:00), how Mac Jones reminded Colin of Dak Prescott (12:00), Aaron Rodgers' sloppy performance Sunday, and how it illustrates the difference between him and Russell Wilson (14:00). Then, Super Bowl Champ - and host of Catchin' Fades - Aqib Talib and Colin discuss the Browns' loss to the Chiefs (19:00), Mac Jones' debut (25:00), what Tua always seems to get right (26:00), if the Cardinals are a legitimate threat this season (28:00), the Packers sloppy performance against the Saints (30:00), the X-factor Jameis Winston brings to New Orleans (33:00), the Eagles' strong performance against the Falcons (35:00), and the team that Aqib says has looked the best so far (37:00).
Jboy breaks down a stacked week 2 in college football. He tells you why Oregon was able to upset Ohio State (5:30), why Arkansas dominated Texas (27:20) and much much more! Make sure to check us out LIVE on Youtube every day at 3pm EST, plus follow us @thejboyshow on all social media platforms!
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Peyton and Eli Manning on their new show, "Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli" and some hilarious stories from their playing days (1:45). Nick Wright on the psychology behind Aaron Rodgers' issues and the one thing the Packers QB can't publicly admit (20:20). FOX College Football Analyst Joel Klatt on what Chip Kelly and UCLA are doing as well as any program in the country (35:03). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Colin reacts to the first game of the NFL season by laying out the main difference between the defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys. He remains in awe of Tom Brady at the age of 44 after throwing 4 touchdown passes and almost 380 yards in their win over Dallas. Colin gives his Blazing 5 picks for week 1 of the 2021 NFL season. Plus, 3 time Super Bowl Champion Eric Mangini joins the show to tell Colin if the Cowboys can win with Dak Prescott as the focal point of their offense.
The Cowboys lost but feel good about the game
Tom Brady can afford to make mistakes because of his defense
Thoughts on the non PI call at the end of the Buccaneers-Cowboys game
Guest: Eric Dickerson
Colin's new Blazing 5 picks
The Buccaneers-Cowboys game got huge ratings
Cam Newton comments on being cut by the Patriots
Guest: Eric Mangini
Guests: Sage Rosenfels, Jason McIntyre
John reacts to the Bucs handling the Cowboys in the season opener, Brady dominating at 44, and his take on Dak's return from injury. He also examines Aaron Rodgers comments that playing QB in the NFL is easier now than ever, gives his most hyped teams, explains why NIL is making CFB more interesting and reveals which week 1 storylines he'll have his eye on. Then, he runs explains why his 3 for the $ Week 1 NFL Picks by Action Network sharp Stuckey, and answers listener questions in Middlekauff's Mailbag.
Colin's NFL Week 1 picks are in, and he discusses them with Action Network CCO Chad Millman, including a surprising move Colin made on Jets/Panthers, (9:00) the Bills will fare as home favorites against the Steelers (13:00), which team has failed Colin for 37 straight years (17:00), how to bet Seahawks/Colts (25:00) and Chargers/WFT (28:00), why Browns/Chiefs play is a "no-brainer" (33:00), why Chad absolutely loves Colin's Niners/Lions pick (34:00), and the "gift" Chad is giving to Colin for this NFL season (44:00)
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Colin prepares for the kickoff of the 2021 NFL season by discussing the Cowboys v Buccaneers game and why he has difficulty labeling Dak Prescott an elite quarterback. He explains why Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa not being named captain for the season is reason for concern. He shares the 2 teams in the NFL who have disappointed despite having future hall of famers in their prime. Plus, Hall of Famer Jimmy Johnson joins the show to talk about Dak's return after last season's devastating injury.
The more the Cowboys ask Dak Prescott to do, the more they lose
Dolphins players simply don't believe in Tua Tagovailoa
The Steelers will be mediocre at best this season
Guest: Steve Beuerlein
The Browns and Baker Mayfield are taking it slow on a new contract
The Packers will be very good this season despite the drama
More on Dak Prescott's return
Colin describes NFL teams in three words
Guest: Jimmy Johnson
Colin starts off by defending Dana White's often criticized business model, and explains why the Steelers should ignore Big Ben when it comes to paying TJ Watt (1:00). Then, FS1's First Things First co-host Nick Wright and Colin discuss which future Hall of Fame QB - not named Tom Brady - is the best career comp for Aaron Rodgers (13:00), why Rodgers might be sick of living in Green Bay (18:00), if Tampa can cover as sizeable favorites against the Cowboys in the season opener (34:00), if Cam Newton has an NFL future (39:00), what winning trait Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury both lack in Arizona (49:00), the latest updates from Nick's 2nd job as a high stakes poker player (54:00), and Nick's two NFL sleeper teams that no one is giving a shot (59:00).
Colin explains why Aaron Rodgers is asking for too much when he wants to be included in roster decisions in Green Bay when compared to other top players in the NFL. He tries to define what makes Tom Brady so great after the 7-time Super Bowl champion was named the greatest football player ever. He also gives his final set of predictions for all 32 teams in the NFL before the regular season begins. Plus, Fox Sports College Football Analyst Joel Klatt joins the show to tell Colin what his biggest takeaway was from the opening weekend of games.
Aaron Rodgers had some recent comments about wanting more say in the Packers organization
An all-time great is a player you can't explain
Mac Jones talked about being named the Patriots starting QB
Colin gives his latest amendments to his NFL predictions
A closer look at the Chiefs in Super Bowl games
Tua Tagovailoa was not named a team captain
Colin describes NFL teams this season in 3 words
Guest: TJ Houshmandzadeh
We finally made it! The first week of the NFL season is here and Chad Millman and Simon Hunter of the Action Network return for a deep dive into all 16 games on the NFL slate, from Thursday to Monday Night Football, and everything in between. Chad is the head of content here at the Action Network, and Simon is a seasoned handicapper and professional sports bettor, who frequently shows Chad the proper ways to avoid traps and read the market from a professional gambler's perspective. Together they talk spreads, totals and moneylines, and give their early leans for the NFL Best Bets they'll settle on later this week on our Thursday show. We play a round of Simon Says, where we hold our nose and tail Simon's ugliest pick, and so much more.
TB/DAL (7 MIN)
TEN/AZ (12 MIN)
SEA/IND (15 MIN)
WAS/LAC (19 MIN)
JAX/HOU (21 MIN)
NYJ/CAR (26 MIN)
BUF/PIT (29 MIN)
CIN/MIN (34 MIN)
PHL/ATL (36 MIN)
SF/DET (38 MIN)
CLE/KC (42 MIN)
DEN/NYG (44 MIN)
NO/GB (46 MIN)
NE/MIA (49 MIN)
CHI/LAR (51 MIN)
LV/BAL (52 MIN)
Colin is skeptical of one team in the NFC that everyone seems to be putting into the Super Bowl. He reacts to an article that labeled Baker Mayfield as the most underrated QB in the NFL and argues this is completely wrong based on what we’ve seen from Mayfield in his career. He also has his Herd Hierarchy before the NFL season kicks off on Thursday. Plus, Cousin Sal from FOX Bet Live joins the show to give his best bets for the 2021 NFL season.
Vegas doesn't think Matt Stafford is much of a factor
People should realize Derek Carr is very underrated
The Cowboys are dealing with too many distractions
Cam Newton did all he could in New England
Colin's last Herd Hierarchy before the start of the NFL season
What happens when you pay your QB too much
Guest: Daryl Johnston
Who is on the hot seat for the Las Vegas Raiders?
The Niners will be fine if Jimmy G can stay healthy
Guests: Bill Romanowski, Cousin Sal
John reacts to College Football's opening weekend, including Bama dominating again despite losing stars from last years title team, and Florida State QB McKenzie Milton's inspirational comeback from a potentially career-ending leg injury (1:00). He also explains why he's not sold on the Rams D (19:00), if extending Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson is the smart move (29:00) how COVID DNP's will affect the way he gambles on games (35:00), which 3 QB's are facing make or break 2021's (43:00), and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag (48:00).
Peyton and Eli Manning join Colin to discuss the launch of Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli, how it will differ from a traditional game broadcast (1:00), what elite QB trait Eli possessed from an early age (12:00), what Eli learned from Peyton when he visited him at Tennessee (15:00), how they learned to adapt to living in new cities (22:00), Eli's memory of his first trip to New York City (24:00), the reality check Tony Dungy gave Peyton upon arriving in Indy (27:00), Tom Coughlin's first "purple moment" with Eli (31:00), the comment Colin made on-air about Peyton and his center Jeff Saturday (33:00), the unusual drill that helped Peyton win a Super Bowl with the Colts (35:00), and the prank that Eli's center Shaun O'Hara played on him (36:00).
Colin talks about the Cowboys losing their All Pro offensive lineman and why this is very bad news for Dallas as they prepare to take on the defending Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers to kick off the 2021 season. He discusses Alabama's dominating win over Miami and how Nick Saban has continued to keep their dynasty alive for well over a decade. He also tells you why he was right about Cam Newton and wrong about the Dodgers. Plus, Fox Sports Football analyst Brock Huard joins the show to explain how Chip Kelly rebuilt the UCLA football program and why they'll win the PAC 12 this season.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, former NFL player, pro scout and current FOX Sports Radio host Bucky Brooks joins Colin to discuss UCLA's dominant line play, the NFL's Week 1 matchups of intrigue and Jaguar head coach Urban Meyer's upcoming Jacksonville debut. Finally, an NFL Week 1 edition of Playoff or Takeoff.
Guest: Bucky Brooks
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, it's another edition of Where Colin Was Right, Where Colin Was Wrong. Also, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon joins Colin to talk about Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott's return from injury as well as other pertinent NFL topics. Finally, forgive him for his bad jokes, but Notre Dame's Brian Kelly is the best football coach the Irish have had in a long time.
Guest: Warren Moon
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, there's one NFL team Colin views as being vastly more prepared than the other when Thursday's Dallas Cowboys-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game arrives. Plus, Alabama head football coach Nick Saban may be aging--but he hasn't lost his edge. Finally, former NFL quarterback and current FOX Sports college football analyst Brock Huard joins The Herd to discuss LSU-UCLA as well as Dallas-Tampa Bay.
Fox CFB Analyst Joel Klatt and Colin react to all the big games this weekend. They discuss Alabama's continued dominance, the inside story of how Chip Kelly rebuilt the program at UCLA, why the transfer portal has been so effective, how Wisconsin could've beaten Penn State, if Iowa is still the "Fake ID of College Football", why Clemson shouldn't feel so bad about losing to Georgia, why Joel has what Colin considers a "gem" of a theory about Notre Dame and Stanford, what USC's win exposed about the program, why the targeting penalties are out of control, and the most emotional moment of the weekend.
Colin Cowherd shares his Top 20 College Football Programs in the Last 20 Years. His criteria include Winning, Star Power, Consistency, and Influence. Do you think Colin got it right?
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Colin discusses a survey from NFL executives who rated the Cowboys as the 7th best team in the NFC and why this is bad news for America’s Team heading into the 2021 season. He puts one young quarterback on notice for holding his team back from being a real Super Bowl contender. He also points out which premiere college football programs will likely be looking for a new head coach at the end of the season. Plus, Fox Sports College Football analyst Chris Petersen joins the show to talk about CJ Stroud’s debut for Ohio State and if Jim Harbaugh can bounce back at Michigan.
Jerry Jones has a hard time seeing the obvious
The strongest QB-Coach combinations in the NFL
Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson will have a lot to overcome
Colin gives his college football preview for the weekend
Guest: Ryen Russillo
Cam Newton doesn't have a market for QB or as a backup
What to look forward to this college football weekend
Guest: Scott Pioli
More on the college football games this weekend
Guests: Scott Petersen, Jason McIntyre
John explains why the Dolphins' public flirtations with Deshaun Watson put Tua in an impossible position, why cutting Cam isn't an indictment on Belichick, and gives some rapid fire takes on the top NFL headlines, including Urban Meyer's recent vaccine comment blunder, and Tony Dungy's pearl clutching take on sports gambling. He also looks at the big-time pressure facing Sark and Eddie O to open the CFB season, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag . Follow John on Twitter and subscribe NOW to get all the latest 3 and Out content!!
Colin and The Action Network CCO Chad Millman discuss NFL Week 1 lines and if Colin is a 'Sharp or Square' with his early leans, including Cowboys/Bucs (4:00), Steelers/Bills (5:00), Jets/Panthers (7:00), Jags/Texans (8:00), Cards/Titans (10:00), Eagles/Falcons (13:00), Chargers/ WFT (14:00), Niners Lions (20:00), Seahawks/Colts (22:00), Bengals/Vikings (24:00), Dolphins/Patriots (27:00), Broncos/Giants (29:00), and Browns/Chiefs (32:00).
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Colin dives in on Jon Gruden's lack of success he's had since returning to the NFL and what has led to his downfall throughout his career. He completely disagrees with Tony Romo claiming Jets rookie QB Zach Wilson will be a top 3 player in a few years. He also believes Aaron Rodgers will be a repeat MVP contender to start the season but points out where it could all unravel. Plus, Fox Sports College Football Analyst Joel Klatt joins the show to tell Colin which national powerhouse will contend for a championship this season.
The Raiders are not a playoff team
Tony Romo is overhyping Jets QB Zach Wilson
The Packers will be interesting to watch this season
Can HC Jim Harbaugh turn around Michigan this season?
The potential of Patriots QB Mac Jones
The culture of the Seahawks causes a lot of noise
People need to realize some QBs will struggle this season
Guest: Bob Stoops
Has Jim Harbaugh been given too much power at Michigan?
What to expect from the Colts this season
Guests: Joel Klatt, Nyheim Hines
Colin shares an epiphany he had about the Patriots with Mac Jones as their new starting quarterback and if they’ll be successful in 2021. He argues despite his early “success” this one NFL quarterback who won the MVP never had a prime stretch of his career being elite. He also believes Tom Brady and the Buccaneers might have the best overall roster in the NFL over the last 15 years. Plus, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid joins the show to talk about the evolution of their high-powered offense and adapting to a rebuilt offensive line.
The Patriots will win more than people think this season
The Dolphins were very interested in Deshaun Watson
Cam Newton never had a prime
Colin picks the quarterbacks he would rather have over Tua Tagovailoa
How good is Patriots QB Mac Jones?
Guests: Mark Schlereth, Bruce Feldman
Ben Simmons officially says he wants the 76ers to trade him
Colin gives his latest NFL over/unders
Guest: Andy Reid
Jake and the boys preview Miami vs Alabama (3:00), Stewart Mandel joins us to take a look at the future of college football (18:00), Jake gives his top 5 SEC players of the last 20 years (32:00) and David Pollack joins us to break down Georgia's week 1 matchup with Clemson (40:00) Make sure to check us out LIVE on Youtube every day at 3pm EST, plus follow us @thejboyshow on all social media platforms!
Colin gives his reaction to the shocking NFL news of the day with the Patriots cutting former MVP Cam Newton and announcing Mac Jones as their starting quarterback for week 1. He discusses potential landing spots for Newton considering where he's at in his career and the regular season around the corner. Colin also takes a look at the landscape of young QBs around the NFL and which ones have the best chance to succeed. Plus, 2-time Super Bowl champion and former Cam Newton teammate Torrey Smith joins the show to give his thoughts on Newton getting released by the Patriots.
The Patriots have released Cam Newton
Being reliable is very important in New England
Mac Jones played better than expected
Guest: Christian Fauria
More on the Patriots releasing Cam Newton
The differences between the NFC and AFC quarterbacks
Guest: Donte Whitner, Eric Mangini
Reasons why Cam Newton will have a hard time finding a new team
Guest: Torrey Smith
In this episode, John talks QB's and why any GM would be insane to trade for Deshaun Watson right now, the challenges facing teams with unvaxxed QB's, and how Trey Lance/Jimmy G could both see significant PT this season (2:00). He also looks at why he's all in on Philip Rivers' move to high school coaching (12:00), his inside perspective on final cutdowns, why the trend of players sitting the entire preseason has gone overboard (19:00), and his evaluations of the top rookie QB's as the preseason winds down (35:00). He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag (48:00). Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin takes a look at the 49ers preparing to contend for another Super Bowl but wonders how they are going to manage their QB room with rookie Trey Lance looking like a potential superstar. He explains why it’s obvious the Miami Dolphins aren’t sold on Tua Tagovailoa being their franchise star after reports surfaced they are looking at a potential trade for Deshaun Watson. Colin tells you why he was right about Drew Lock and wrong about the Cowboys. Plus, Rams All Pro OL Andrew Whitworth joins the show to describe what he’s seen from his new QB Matt Stafford.
The quarterback situation for the 49ers is getting more interesting
The Dolphins simply are not special at the QB position
Who should the Patriots start at QB?
Another Seahawk player is upset about his contract
Guests: Gerald McCoy, TJ Houshmandzadeh
Carson Wentz has been put on the NFL Covid list
Another edition of Buy, Sell, or Hold
Guest: Andrew Whitworth
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants on why Cam Newton's NFL career could be on its last legs (1:56), the difference between Jameis Winston and Trevor Lawrence (4:50), and why Trey Lance is not ready to play for the 49ers (9:35). Kirk Herbstreit on Justin Fields' future, and what Jim Harbaugh needs to do to turn things around at Michigan (13:20). YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul on how he could beat Conor McGregor easily, and why Floyd Mayweather has been bad for boxing (24:28). Plus, Colin's go-to Packers insider Tyler Dunne on the "Aaron Rodgers Playbook" in Green Bay, and why Rodgers will be out after this season (35:47). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
In this Best of The Herd with Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin:
-How Jameis Winston is breaking a narrative
-Why the Cowboys are lying
-What Aaron Rodgers should learn from Kevin Durant
-Guest: CBS Sports college and pro football analyst Danny Kanell
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--tells us there's hope for Saints quarterback Jameis Winston in New Orleans after you look at the history of notable quarterbacks who played in Tampa, flamed out, and had success elsewhere. Plus, CBS Sports' NFL and college football analyst Danny Kanell joins The Herd to discuss college football's shifting geopolitics.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--looks into the future and likens Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers' possible post-Packers career trajectory to that of one NBA superstar, should the Packers not win a championship this coming season. What are Rodgers' best options after 2021? Doug expounds. Also, John Middlekauff--former NFL scout and host of the "3 and Out" podcast--joins Doug to chat about college football's powers jockeying for position as well as current storylines coming out of NFL training camps.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--welcomes FOX Sports football analyst and former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz to the program to share his season outlook on a handful of intriguing NFL teams. Plus, Doug lays out his five picks for college football's Week 0 in "Best For Last."
In this episode, John discusses why he's not sold on Ben Roethlisberger's health because of an impressive preseason, why the Broncos played it too safe by naming Teddy Bridgewater the starter, why Belichick should move on from Cam in favor of rookie Mac Jones, and why he has major questions about Urban Meyer's college type approach to his first NFL training camp. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
With Colin off, Doug Gottlieb steps in to give his thoughts on the quarterback battle in New England and why the Patriots are likely to go with former MVP Cam Newton as their play caller. He also outlines his concerns about the Dallas Cowboys as they prepare to contend for a Super Bowl title after last season’s disappointing finish. Plus, 4-time Super Bowl Champion Charlie Weis joins the show to tell Doug what Bill Belichick will do at QB as he continues to find a successor to Tom Brady.
Doug Gottlieb in for Colin
Mac Jones is playing well, will Cam Newton still start?
The Niners are in win now mode
Guest: Daniel Jeremiah
Dak Prescott's injury and the same old Cowboys
Teddy Bridgewater is the right choice for the Broncos
Guest: Charlie Weis
More on the QB situation between Mac Jones and Cam Newton
Guest: Sage Rosenfels
In this episode, Doug talks with former Israeli League guard Andrew "Combo" Salop about his upbringing in the Bronx, bouncing around to a handful of high schools, how he played in the ABA without playing DI college ball, his move to the Israeli league. Andrew and Gottlieb also break down the top NBA lottery picks performances from the NBA Summer League, Gelo's legitimacy, Russell Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, and which teams could surprise in the East and West. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob gives his take on the steamrolling Yankees steamrolling in the midst of an 11-game winning streak, his thoughts on Miguel Cabrera's 500th career home run, and his first impressions of the freshly released MLB postseason schedule, Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases.
Guests: 7x All-Star Matt Holliday discusses the NL West race, if the Dodgers can ever catch the Giants, and offers his thoughts on Miguel Cabrera's 500th homer. NY Post Columnist Ken Davidoff breaks down the Yankees 11-game winning streak and
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Colin explains why the Cowboys haven't had postseason success in over 2 decades based on something he saw on Hard Knocks. He elevates one NFL team back into Super Bowl contention based on one trade that fills a big hole on their roster. He also reacts to breaking news that the Broncos are going with Teddy Bridgewater as their starting quarterback over Drew Lock. Plus, 2-time Super Bowl champion Phil Simms joins the show to talk about Drew Lock's future after getting benched and what we should expect from the Cowboys this season.
The Dallas Cowboys are a soft team
Who won the trade between the Patriots and the Rams?
Teams have not figured out Lamar Jackson
Zach Wilson will struggle this season
The Broncos have selected their starting QB
Colin predicts the new NFL playoff teams
More on the Bears QB situation
Guest: Phil Simms
Colin discusses which NFL outcomes he would prefer
Guest: LaVar Arrington
Colin discusses the quarterback situation in New England right now and why the latest setback for Cam Newton perfectly sums up his NFL career. He has bad news for a promising young star in the NFL and the reason he is going to struggle this season. He also believes all the pressure is on Baker Mayfield this year to win games with a Super Bowl caliber supporting cast. Plus, former NFL linebacker Channing Crowder joins the show to tell Colin if Tua Tagovailoa is the real deal for the Dolphins and if Urban Meyer will succeed as a head coach in the NFL.
There's a reason this Cam Newton story has leaked
The Jaguars will be a slow rebuild
Baker Mayfield had a good end of the season last year but will be asked to do more
Guest: Mark Dominik
Colin gives his new NFL predictions
The Packers were voted as having the most disappointing offseason
Guest: Channing Crowder
Trust or Bust: Colin grades the young starting NFL QBs
Guest: Dave Wannstedt
In this episode, John discusses why Jameis Winston could be in for a huge comeback season in New Orleans, why Urban Meyer will be tested with more losing than he's ever experienced, how Patrick Mahomes' approach to the preseason is reminiscent of one Hall of Fame QB, why people need to pump the brakes on drooling over preseason QB performances, why the calls to start Justin Fields in Chicago are only going to increase, and why Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase could snowball into a major problem. He also gives his takes on the top NFL headlines and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin lays out the quarterback situation facing the 49ers and why they are in such a difficult spot heading into the 2021 season. He discusses the latest update on Dak Prescott’s shoulder injury and why the Cowboys should be concerned about the franchise star after signing him to a huge contract. He also tells you why he was right about Aaron Rodgers and wrong about Zach Wilson. Plus, former Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel joins the show to give his thoughts on who the starting quarterback should be in New England this season.
It looks like Jimmy Garoppolo has lost his confidence
More on Dak Prescott's shoulder injury
The value of the best athletes if they were free agents
Stop trying to compare young QBs to legends
Why Andy Dalton chose Chicago for a reason
Guest: Jonathan Vilma
More on the NFL preseason and what to take from it
Jimmy G needs to be playing better against 2nd and 3rd stringers
The Cowboys chances depend on the health of Dak Prescott
Guests: Matt Cassel, T. J. Houshmandzadeh
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast, with highlights from the live episode recorded prior to WWE's SummerSlam in Las Vegas. Colin rants on why he might never talk about Tim Tebow again (:25), and which rookie QB is most likely to win a playoff game this year (4:38). Aqib Talib on why Cam Newton should be the starter in New England over Mac Jones (12:45). Dave Wannstedt on why Justin Fields needs to pump the brakes in Chicago (21:55). Plus, Triple H on his possible return to the ring against The Rock (28:15).
Colin gives his takeaway from the Patriots second preseason game as the quarterback competition between Cam Newton and rookie Mac Jones heats up. He believes the Cowboys need to admit there is reason to be concerned about Dak Prescott’s shoulder injury as the regular season continues to get closer. He also explains why LeBron James should still be considered the best player in the NBA. Plus, WWE superstar Charlotte Flair joins the show to talk about preparing for SummerSlam and her favorite SmackDown moment.
The Eagles look horrible and the Patriots will have some easy wins this season
Dak Prescott's injury is a big problem for the Cowboys
LeBron James should get more consideration for best player in the league
Guest: Kevin Clark
Most NFL teams are not playing their best players during the preseason
Players that need more time on the field
Guests: Greg Cosell, Jordan Palmer
Update on the young NFL quarterbacks this season
Guest: Charlotte Flair, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, Doug is joined by agent Todd Ramasar discusses his hoops upbringing in inland Southern California, why he chose to walk on at UCLA, the surprising way he ended up representing Baron Davis, what sold him about an unknown Pascal Siakam, what it was like negotiating against Isiah Thomas as an inexperienced young agent, and his plans over the next decade. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
In this episode, John looks at Cam Newton's impressive performance against Philly, if he should start over Mac Jones in week 1, if the Eagles can come back after two down seasons, and his take on the Seahawks deciding to extend Jamal Adams instead of franchise tagging him. He also looks at some interesting news and notes from around the league - including why Hard Knocks is irrelevant in 2021, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin discusses the comments made by Kevin Durant and Draymond Green about the downfall of the Warriors dynasty and why they aren’t really addressing exactly what happened. He explains why teams should be cautious about pursuing Aaron Rodgers after his final season with the Packers. Plus, 2-time Super Bowl champion LeSean McCoy joins the show to talk about what it's like to play alongside great quarterbacks like Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.
Colin talks about Kevin Durant's final season with the Warriors and the end of that dynasty
Aaron Rodgers says he was thinking about retiring
There's nothing wrong with Andy Dalton being confident
The differences between the Warriors dynasty and the current Nets team
Aaron Rodgers says he doesn't want this season to be a farewell tour
Guest: Ric Bucher
What's it like playing with Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes?
Colin takes another rookie QB quiz
Guest: LeSean McCoy
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob gives his take on the surging Yankees in the AL East, Hall of Fame pitcher Jack Morris' suspension for racist comments about Shohei Ohtani, and why Mets Owner Steve Cohen making a fool of himself by mean Tweeting through his team's hitting woes. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases.
Guests:Pirates SS Kevin Newmandiscusses the recent accomplishment he shares with Honus Wagner, and how he stays focused despite Pittsburgh being out of playoff contention.
Mariners Play-By-Play Announcer Dave Sims explains why the Mariners are in playoff contention, and shares his thoughts on the Field of Dreams game.
Colin explains why the "boring" Cowboys we are witnessing on Hard Knocks is actually a good thing for America's Team heading into the 2021 regular season. He gives some advice to a super star quarterback in the NFL in order to stay in contention for Super Bowls at this point in his career. He looks over all the QB competitions around the league and shares what they all have in common. Plus, Super Bowl Champion Antoine Bethea joins the show to tell Colin which rookie QBs should start week 1 and which ones need to sit and learn from the veterans.
It's good that the Dallas Cowboys are now boring
Why getting the most money isn't always the best thing
Tim Tebow simply wasn't good enough to play in the NFL
Mike McCarthy on Hard Knocks
Some NY Mets fans are ridiculous
The well coached teams in the NFL
Guest: Brock Huard
Who should the Bears start at quarterback?
Which NFL teams will make the playoffs
Guest: Antoine Bethea
Colin reacts to Tim Tebow getting cut by the Jaguars and why it was obvious from the beginning he was never going to make a NFL roster. He tells you which NFL team has the worst QB situation right now as we get closer to the start of the regular season. He points out a NBA team that needs to accept it's time to break up their young stars and start over. Plus, Hall of Famer Edgerrin James joins the show to talk about playing for Tony Dungy and alongside Peyton Manning.
Tim Tebow's NFL career is officially over
The Patriots haven't named their starting QB yet
The Sixers give Joel Emiib a 4 year contract extension
Ben Simmons and Joel Emiib didn't get along
Guest: Mark Schlereth
The Bears should consider starting Andy Dalton for a few games
Where you're drafted in pro sports matters
Colin gives his NFL predictions
Guests: Edgerrin James, Tom Curran
The Seahawks and Jamal Adams agree on a four year $70 million extension
Colin tries to name the backup QB of NFL teams
Guest: Drew Bledsoe
In this episode, John analyzes the different situations the rookie QB's are in, which should start or sit in week 1, what factors are working against Urban Meyer as he transitions to the NFL. He also gives his quick takes on the other top NFL headlines from the week, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin analyzes all of the rookie quarterbacks who made their debuts in the NFL preseason and why they all look to be exactly as advertised. He points out that one of the rookies that looks to have the best physical traits still needs time to grow before being named the starter. He explains why he was right about Tom Brady and wrong about Team USA winning the gold medal at the Olympics. Plus, 5-time Pro Bowler Tony Boselli joins the show to tell Colin if Urban Meyer can rebuild the Jaguars after having so much success in college.
The process of grading quarterbacks in the NFL
Trey Lance isn't ready to start for the 49ers
The Dolphins are a well coached team
There's no reason to rush Justin Fields
Why the Niners should start Jimmy Garoppolo over Trey Lance
Colin names the young QBs that are trending up, down, or sideways
Guest: Tony Boselli
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants on why Baker Mayfield is the Keanu Reeves of quarterbacks (0:44), why you can't blame the ownership for the Chargers move to LA (2:22), and why Carmelo Anthony is a terrible teammate (5:52). Colts Head Coach Frank Reich on why we might see Carson Wentz play Week 1, and the player that is unlike anybody he has ever been around before (7:17). John Middlekauff on why the Zach Wilson pick is already looking like a disaster for the Jets (16:40). Plus Rams GM Les Snead on why he loves trading 1st-round picks, and how Jared Goff actually helped bring Matt Stafford to LA (24:25).
Colin reacts to Mac Jones' debut with the Patriots and why he will never live up to what Tom Brady was despite having a better college career. He believes another rookie quarterback is destined to shine on what we've seen in training camp so far. He also gives high praise to Major League Baseball for the Field of Dreams game and why they need to become more like the NFL. Plus, 6-time All Star Jermaine O'Neal joins the show to talk about his behind the scenes documentary about what really happened at "The Malice At The Palace".
First look at Patriots QB Mac Jones and their chances this season
Bears QB Justin Fields looks special
MLB got it right with the Field of Dreams game
Colin ranks the best young NFL quarterbacks
The Clippers have re-signed Kawhi Leonard
The Malice at the Palace documentary
Guests: Chris Simms, Jermaine O'neal
Colin's thoughts on the NFL preseason games this weekend
Guests: Bucky Brooks. Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John explains why the NFL is the ultimate level playing field for late round/undrafted underdogs, why he sees major red flags with Dak Prescott's health based on the season premiere of Hard Knocks, why the Dolphins can't run from Tua being a bust, why Urban Meyer should name Trevor Lawrence the starter today, and quick takes on the other top headlines from the week. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin explains why Dak Prescott getting another MRI on his throwing shoulder is reason for concern as we get closer to the start of the NFL regular season. He discovers what Tom Brady's real inspiration is to continue playing in the NFL after winning 7 Super Bowls. He is also making a surprising comparison between 2 NFL QBs, one that was drafted number 1 overall and another that was drafted in the 6th round, and how similar their careers have been. Plus, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin joins the show to talk about his former quarterbacks Jalen Hurts and Mac Jones transitioning to the NFL.
Dak Prescott is having a second MRI
Now the Patriots are giving complements
Derek Carr wants to play until he's 45 years old
Guest: Lane Kiffin
What happens when you don't protect your quarterback
Urban Meyer's comments on his starting QB
Dak Prescott doesn't want to be pass happy this season
Your team will be fine if you have a top 12 QB
NBA players you should want to play for your team in a Game 7
Guest: Eric Wood
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks ahead to the "Field of Dreams" Game between the White Sox and Yankees, gives his thoughts on the Padres potentially moving Fernando Tatis, Jr. to the outfield, Dodgers Trea Turner's incredible slide for the ages from this week. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases.
Guests:A's Announcer and former MLB All-Star Bip Roberts discusses the surging A's, and the uncharacteristic deadline deals that made it happen.
Astros Play-by-Play Announcer Robert Ford weighs in in the Astros post All-Star break struggles, and why Houston has become numb to aggressive opposing team fan hate.
Colin gives his takeaway from the first episode of Hard Knocks and why it doesn't look good for Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy. He has run out of patience for NBA All Star Ben Simmons and believes the 76ers have every right to be upset with their franchise player. He also shares the 5 things he hopes to see in the 2021 NFL season. Plus, former WR T. J. Houshmandzadeh joins the show to preach patience for this top 5 pick in the NFL before we start calling him a bust.
Mike McCarthy on Hard Knocks has Colin shaking his head
Ben Simmons has been a huge disappointment
Pete Carroll is pushing to help Jamal Adams because he's a defensive guy
The young QBs playing this week and what to look for
The Cowboys on Hard Knocks and Mike McCarthy
Guests: T. J. Houshmandzadeh, Clarence Hill
The NFL knows what they're doing when it comes to taunting
Which NFL coaches will be on the hot seat this season
In this episode, Doug concludes his extended three part interview with former Ohio State standout running back and national champion Maurice Clarett, who discusses how he rebuilt of life after prison, why he's able to get his message across to today's athletes effectively, his struggle to get proper mental health diagnosis while inside, how he started educating himself while in prison, why his early morning workout regimen is a key to his success, his plans for the next 10 years, and how he takes time to give himself perspective. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin explains why Josh Allen is an unique player in today's NFL and why you have to be careful when searching for a comparison. He has bad news for one NFL team with a young quarterback who is already struggling in training camp. He discusses Tom Brady setting a new standard in Tampa Bay and what it takes to win another Super Bowl. Plus, Michael Vick joins the show to tell Colin why it's important for front offices to make sure their franchise QBs are as comfortable as possible in order to win Super Bowls.
The path of Josh Allen and why he got his mega deal
Zach Wilson is struggling already for the Jets
Russell Wilson is butting heads with the Seahawks again
Kawhi Leonard is staying with the Clippers
Colin admits to being wrong about the Los Angeles Chargers
LeBron James recruiting players to the Lakers
More on Zach Wilson
The Sixers need to trade Ben Simmons
Which QBs should be getting paid big money
In this episode, John gives his takeaways from an impressive Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions, the massive Josh Allen extension, and takes you inside the insane life of an NFL scout during training camp. He also runs through the top headlines from the week and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin breaks down the big Josh Allen contract and what it means for the rest of the 2018 Draft Class. The 49er’s quarterback situation seems to have no obvious leader since Jimmy G. might not be with the team long term. Plus, Doug Whaley former General Manager for the Buffalo Bills stops by for all the happenings and insight in the NFL!
Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin
Did the Bills extend QB Josh Allen too soon?
Team USA wins gold in basketball
Guest: Jason La Canfora
49ers QBs & how this will play out
HOF inductions & why the club needs to be more exclusive
Guest: Doug Whaley
More on Josh Allen's contract and the impact on the league
BFL: What Doug & Tom Brady have in common
Guest: John Middlekauff
In this episode, Doug recaps the best and worst from Team USA's gold medal run, and sits down for part two of his interview with former Ohio State standout running back and national champion Maurice Clarett, who explains why he ultimately decided to leave Ohio State instead of continue to fight for eligibility, what it was like taking on the NFL to enter the draft as a 19-year old, inside his disastrous combine, what went wrong with the Broncos, what really happened with his public arrest for robbery, and how he transformed his life while in prison. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
On today’s episode of the 'Boys and Girl Podcast, Jane and Bobby welcome Jon Machota from The Athletic to discuss the Hall of Fame game, Mike McCarthy’s future, and the status of Dak Prescott’s injury. Follow Jane and Bobby on Twitter and subscribe to get all the latest inside information from two of the most connected people in the Cowboys’ community.
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants on what makes the NFL unstoppable (0:26), why the Colts entire season is in jeopardy (0:57), and the antique store that is the Lakers roster (3:34). Ike Taylor on the surprising difference between Big Ben and Aaron Rodgers, how his Steeler teams intimidated their opponents, and what makes Tom Brady so disrespectful (6:37). John Middlekauff on his dark horse candidate for NFL MVP (18:20), and Mike Silver on his concerns about Dak and the Cowboys (29:00). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Nick Wright fills in for Colin and disputes Charles Barkley's argument against LeBron James being the greatest player of all time. He reacts to breaking news out of the NFL with Bills quarterback Josh Allen getting a huge $258 million contract extension. He also responds to Colin's assertion that Patrick Mahomes is not a Hall of Famer despite his amazing career thus far. Plus, Fox Sports NFL analyst Bucky Brooks joins the show to tell Nick if the Bills overpaid for Josh Allen.
Nick Wright filling in for Colin
Charles Barkley is absolutely wrong about LeBron James
Update on the health of Dak Prescott
Do the Packers and Aaron Rodgers have a handshake deal?
The Buffalo Bills give Josh Allen a massive contract extension
Nick Wright disagrees with Colin Cowherd about Patrick Mahomes
Guest: Chris Broussard
More on the impact of Josh Allen's new deal
Will Aaron Rodgers be a Packer after this season?
Why Bob Costas is flat out wrong about LeBron James
In this episode, John gives his thoughts on Peyton Manning's Hall of Fame induction this weekend, why Trey Lance needs to start for the Niners, what he's hearing from his sources about the potential for a Deshaun Watson trade, he also hits the biggest headlines from around the league, including why he thinks Dan Campbell's meathead persona is misleading and why Joe Judge running the brakes off his players will ultimately backfire. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin's excited for the football season but everyone needs to slow down on hyping up Patrick Mahomes as a Hall of Famer. The simple fix in Green Bay would be allowing Aaron Rodgers to feel more involved with personnel. LeBron James claps back on social media to all the doubters & haters about the Lakers being one of the oldest teams. Plus, Colin decides which NFL stars are already Hall of Famers!
Guest: Joe Theismann
Patrick Mahomes is good but he has yet to face crisis
Colin doubles down on the age of the Lakers roster
Aaron Rodgers latest comments on Packers GM Brian Gutekunst
The current NFL players Colin would put in the Hall of Fame
Reason for concern about Joe Burrow
It's OK to say USA is a lot better at basketball
Guests: Jay Glazer, Kevin O'Connor
More on Aaron Rodgers and his relationship with the Packers GM
Would bringing in Nick Foles cause issues with Carson Wentz?
Guests: Greg Jennings, Joe Theismann
Doug sits down for part 2 of his interview with former Hofstra star Charles Jenkins to discuss his rookie year with the Warriors, his first interactions with a rookie Steph Curry, how he stayed ready despite limited action, how the unexpected Monta Ellis trade opened up playing time led to huge PT, and how his surprising trade to Philly taught him a hard lesson about NBA reality, Then, he discusses the transition to playing overseas, his tales from life on and off the court during a successful career in Serbia, Italy, Greece and Spain, and what it was like playing during extreme COVID lockdown. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob reacts to Max Scherzer's Dodger debut and what he expects going forward, Cole Hamels surprisingly signing for a year with the Dodgers, and the release of the 2022 MLB schedule. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week and Foul or Fair.
Guests:Fox Sports Analyst Ben Verlander weighs in on Dodgers fans unleashing on the Astros over the cheating scandal, and the Cubs unloading the core of their title team at the trade deadline.
Longtime Los Angeles Sports Reporter Ted Sobel discusses his book Touching Greatness which looks back on his interactions with countless celebrities during his long broadcasting career.
Colin breaks down the Lakers roster after they sign Carmelo Anthony and why they should no longer be considered an elite championship contender. He lays out the future of the 49ers and what they'll do at the quarterback position as rookie Trey Lance continues to impress in training camp. Plus, Hall of Famer Jimmy Johnson joins the show to share some memories from his career and what his relationship with Jerry Jones is like before his induction this weekend.
The Lakers are too old to win the title next season
There's a reason the 49ers are complimenting Jimmy Garoppolo
Grading NBA free agency moves
These Laker moves make LeBron James look desperate
The Colts might draft a QB after this season
Guest: Thomas Dimitroff
The Olympics are difficult to watch
Which teams got better, worse, or stayed the same during NBA free agency
Colin celebrates Tom Brady's 44th birthday by admiring everything he has accomplished in his career and what makes him different from any other QB in NFL history. He advocates for the Colts to pursue Nick Foles as a replacement for the injured Carson Wentz and why they need to capitalize on their Super Bowl window right now. He tells you which teams in the NBA got better in free agency and which got worse. Plus, Chargers QB Justin Herbert joins the show to talk about his stellar rookie season and what will be different this season under new head coach Brandon Staley.
Tom Brady's career is too unbelievable to be a movie
The Colts should consider going after Nick Foles
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst responds to Aaron Rodgers
Are the Pelicans doing everything they can to keep Zion Williamson happy?
Chris Paul is the right fit for the Suns
Update on Dak Prescott
Guests: Dwight Freeney, Jane Slater
Trey Lance is taking 1st team reps at Niners camp
More on what the Colts should do at QB
Guests: Justin Herbert, Bucky Brooks
In this episode, John dives deep into if there's a viable replacement for Carson Wentz that will allow the Colts to avoid an early season collapse, the case for starting rookie QB's in week 1, why NFL coaches have significantly more power than coaches in the other major sports. He also runs through the top headlines out of training camp, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin reacts to breaking news out of the NFL: Carson Wentz will be out 5-12 weeks due to a foot injury and what this means for their hopes of contending for another Super Bowl. He explains why one veteran quarterback who the Colts are rumored to target as a replacement for Wentz doesn't make any sense. He tells you why he was right about Aaron Rodgers and wrong about Kawhi Leonard. Plus, Pro Bowl WR T. J. Houshmandzadeh joins the show to discuss the Colts and what they should do at quarterback after Wentz's injury.
Carson Wentz will be out 5-12 weeks
How Russell Westbrook will fit in for the Lakers
Championship windows can end faster than you think
Did Aaron Rodgers get what he wanted?
Guest: Darius Butler
Who should the 49ers start at QB?
What should happen in NBA free agency
In this episode, ahead of Team USA facing off against Spain in the Olympic quarterfinals, Doug sits down with Poland Men's National Team Head Coach Mike Taylor, who previews Team USA vs. Spain quarterfinal matchup, Team USA's biggest weaknesses, the biggest difference in the FIBA game compared to the NBA, and his prediction for the matchup. He also dives into how he prepared for a YEAR to face Luka Doncic, and breaks down the remaining teams left in the Olympic tournament. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
In this episode, Doug gives his key impressions of the NBA Draft, and is joined by former Hofstra star Charles Jenkins discusses avoiding pitfalls during his NYC upbringing, dealing with the sudden loss of his brother, why he chose to play ball at Hofstra, navigating the ups and downs of his college career, and his NBA Draft experience. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants on why Russell Westbrook to the Lakers is a smart move for LeBron (0:30), and why the Simone Biles reaction represents the biggest paradigm shift in the history of sports (2:55). Matt Mosley has more on the fallout from Jerry Jones admitting he “f****d up” his relationship with Jimmy Johnson, and why Texas is going to get "run" in the SEC (5:14). Bruce Feldman on the uncertain future for USC, and where Notre Dame could end up (19:22). Plus Dan Porter, the CEO of Overtime, on the founding of his massively successful company and how they plan to change basketball forever with a new venture (26:00).
Make sure to subscribe NOW and follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates. Also, check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
In this Best of The Herd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--is skeptical that former Washington Wizard Russell Westbrook joining LeBron James and Anthony Davis on the Lakers is something that will work. There are just as many questions as there are answers. Also, Aaron Rodgers wanted to be part of the managerial process in Green Bay but Doug tells you why that's not realistic for the face of the team. Plus, the "3 and Out" podcast's John Middlekauff has a bad feeling about Carson Wentz--who was ruled out indefinitely with a foot injury.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--sees a few issues with former Washington Wizard Russell Westbrook joining the Los Angeles Lakers after a blockbuster trade Thursday night. Plus, Doug dissects the differences between home-grown professional basketball prospects and international talents--and how they'll impact the NBA. Also, we finally hear from maligned Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst and Doug reacts. Lastly, Kurt Helin--lead writer and managing editor of ProBasketballTalk--joins The Herd to discuss the NBA Draft and other hoops topics.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--finds some contradictions in Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers' comments from his training camp press conference. Plus, Bleacher Report's Eric Pincus talks with Doug about the dynamics of the Russell Westbrook-Lakers deal. Finally, Doug names his "Benedict Arnold" of college football.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--wonders if the Lakers' newly-minted "big three" of Russell Westbrook, LeBron James and Anthony Davis will result in success. Also, "3 and Out" podcast host and former NFL scout John Middlekauff chats with Doug about Indianapolis quarterback Carson Wentz's recent foot injury as well as other NFL matters.
In this episode, John reacts to Aaron Rodgers laying his problems with the Packers on the table in his first presser f training camp, Saints WR Michael Thomas, looks at the downside to the era of the soft training camp, and how front offices handle inevitable camp injuries differently. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin disagrees with Aaron Rodgers listing of 12 players during a candid presser he felt were disrespected by Green Bay. The NBA Draft is on tonight with four top candidates that will end up on terrible franchises. Brian Gutekunst says the Randall Cobb trade was entirely Rodger's decision to keep him happy. Plus, Colin was right about the Aaron Rodgers drama during the NFL Draft despite Rodgers saying the media makes up stories!
Aaron Rodgers didn't like how some of his teammates were treated
The NBA Draft is tonight
Colin discusses what Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said about Aaron Rodgers
How will the Packers do this season?
What works in the NFL when it comes to young QBs
Guest: LeRoy Butley
Aaron Rodgers has the Packers in a corner
More on the NBA Draft
Guests: LaVar Arrington, Rashad Phillips
In this episode, Doug breaks down some of the top NBA Draft prospects and if Cade Cunningham is a lock at #1, and Team USA's losing ways carrying over into the Olympics. His guest is former Ohio State standout running back and national champion Maurice Clarett, who looks back at his Youngstown upbringing, the surprising way he ended up at Ohio State, how he went from 4th string to 1st string in one day, his memories of the 2003 national title run, the championship game against a legendary Miami team, and the NCAA Investigation that spelled the end of his Buckeye days. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, the trade deadline is approaching and Rob looks at which team will come out on on top of the Max Scherzer sweepstakes, the latest on the Trevor Bauer's administrative leave being extended as his sexual assault investigation continues, if the Yankees might be sellers at the deadline. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair, Betting on the Bases and Jonesin' for Baseball.
Guests: MLB Tonight Host Fran Charles talks trade deadline, if the Cubs are going to to sell off the last of their title team, and if the Nats should move their ace Max Scherzer. MLB Bro Writer Malik Wright looks at why the Rangers may have a star in call up Curtis Terry.
Colin reacts to the Packers making a trade for WR Randall Cobb in hopes to rebuild the relationship with Rodgers. The Athletic released their QB 1-4 Tier List having both Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes tied for best quarterback in the league. Great players throughout history don't leave teams, they leave bad organizations. Plus, Colin tips his cap to Aaron Rodgers spilling all the beans on his future with the Packers during his press conference!
The Packers should not go after Randall Cobb, they need help and corner
Ranking quarterbacks by tiers
The Packers screwed up the 2020 NFL draft
Colin discusses Aaron Rodgers' comments at Packers training camp
Guest: Warren Moon, Mike Sando
Colin gives his reasons why he agrees with what Aaron Rodgers had to say at Packers training camp
Guest: Will Blackmon
Colin rejoices at the return of Aaron Rodgers to Green Bay, saying it's a big win for everyone but there are four things to be worried about going into this season. Gregg Popovich creates a strawman argument to excuse USA losing from their loss to France. Simone Biles deserves to take a step back if she's not in the right head space even on a global stage. Plus, Colin brings you an early Top 10 NFL Herd Hierarchy!
Aaron Rodgers is coming back to the Packers
Gregg Popovich is making a strawman argument for USA's loss to France
Simone Biles pulling out of the Tokyo Olympics
Colin ranks his top 10 NFL teams going into this season
More on Aaron Rodgers coming back to the Packers
Guests: Mike Silver, Tyler Dunne
The teams Colin believes have a chance to get Aaron Rodgers next season
In this episode, players are reporting to NFL training camps across the league and John is kicks things off by discussing Aaron Rodgers concluding his contentious offseason by reporting to training camp, why he's calling BS on rumors that teams are interested in trading for Deshaun Watson, why there's nothing like the level playing field of training camp evaluations, and why the era of rival college football super conferences is just getting started as the B1G starts recruiting schools. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
In this Best of The Herd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--reacts live to the news of Aaron Rodgers intending to play for the Packers this season. Doug breaks down the bleak future of the Big XII Conference as Oklahoma and Texas are officially headed to the SEC. Former NFL scout and "3 and Out" podcast host John Middlekauff joins Doug to talk Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, Tom Brady, Deshaun Watson and more!
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--critiques the timeline unfolding in Green Bay with regards to Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his mysterious status with the team. Doug argues that Rodgers' noncommittal behavior doesn't jive with the positive aura that surrounds Green Bay and its recent success with Rodgers. Plus, FOX College Football and The Athletic's Bruce Feldman joins The Herd to discuss the details of Texas and Oklahoma's departure from the Big XII Conference. Finally, what do the Houston Texans do with quarterback Deshaun Watson--who continues to tread water with pending civil lawsuits?
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--pleads with the Green Bay Packers' brass not to trade their reigning NFL MVP. Also, Doug ponders if there is a summer Olympic sport a regular person could train for and actually compete in four years later. Plus, Aaron Wilson of Sports Talk 790 in Houston brings Doug up to speed on what Texans' quarterback Deshaun Watson is doing with himself during his time in legal limbo.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--explains why Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has no real leverage in Green Bay because of his contract. Plus, John Middlekauff of the "3 and Out" podcast joins The Herd to chat about quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Deshaun Watson as well as other NFL matters.
In this episode, Doug is joined by former All-Pac 10 Stanford standout Dan Grunfeld who discusses growing up as the son of longtime NBA Exec Ernie Grunfeld, what lessons he learned being so close to the NBA, transitioning to high school in Milwaukee with his dad taking over as GM of the Bucks, why he was such a huge Ray Allen fan, why he chose to play at Stanford, how he turned an injury disappointment into a solid overseas career, his transition from the court to the business world, and his new book By The Grace of The Game detailing his dad's improbable path from immigrant to Olympic gold medalist and his family's escape from, and loss during the holocaust.
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The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin on the Bucks impending dynasty (1:00), why ignorance is no longer bliss when it comes to vaccines in the NFL (3:15), and why Giannis and the Bucks are great for the NBA (4:58). Dave Wannstedt on the never-ending Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones saga in Dallas (10:34). Ric Bucher on why not growing up in the U.S. has helped Giannis develop (16:35). Plus, Nick Wright on why Giannis now has to be considered the best player in the world (22:10). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Colin explains how Tom Brady deserves to have an ego after teams like Miami and others passed on him. Texas and Oklahoma are ready to move over to the SEC. Expect major moves for the Lakers next season after the rumors on Dennis Schroder & Kyle Kuzma feuding. The NFL drops a major hammer on non-vaccinated players that will affect both teams. Plus, Colin defends his Top 10 NBA Players going into next season!
Guest: Jake Paul
The team that most likely turned down Tom Brady was the Dolphins
Being aggressive in sports pays off
There was dysfunction in the Lakers locker room
The NFL wants the league to get vaccinated, and they are right in doing so
Colin plays buy, sell, or hold with Chris Broussard
More on the drama between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers
More on the NFL trying to get the league vaccinated
Guests: Jake Paul, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John explains why the news of Texas and Oklahoma looking to bounce from the Big 12 and join the SEC isn't surprising, why Big Ben showing up to camp looking out of shape are predictable, despite reports he was finally in great shape, and discusses the uncomfortable microscope that Mike McCarthy will be under on Hard Knocks. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin appreciates Jerry Jones finally taking the blame for the fallout with Head Coach Jimmy Johnson. Texas and Oklahoma reached out to the SEC about interest in joining their conference. Big Ben's weight has never been the problem in Pittsburgh, and Aaron Rodgers needs to start seeing what he does have rather than the things he doesn't have.
The Dallas Cowboys keep shooting themselves in the foot
The problems with College football in Texas
The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't take full advantage of their window
Colin talks about Tom Brady's recent comments
Giannis is a great two-way player
Thoughts on a possible SEC realignment
Guests: Antoine Walker, Emmanuel Acho
Ranking the best players in the NBA
New Covid-19 rules for the NFL
Guest: Brian Billick
On today’s episode of the 'Boys and Girl Podcast, Jane and Bobby discuss the Cowboys’ “State of the Team” address at the opening of training camp in Oxnard, CA. Follow Jane and Bobby on Twitter and subscribe to get all the latest inside information from two of the most connected people in the Cowboys’ community.
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob is on the road in Chicago and discusses the surging White Sox, which star could be on the block at the trade deadline, Mookie Betts disappointing 2021 campaign, and Rob's story about attending the Nats game when a shooting occurred. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair and Betting on the Bases.
Guests: Chicago Cubs Beat Writer Russell Dorsey discusses the Cubs chances for a 2nd half surge, and if they are ready to sell at the trade deadline.
Colin praises the Milwaukee Bucks for winning the NBA Finals last night and Giannis for showing us he's the most physically unique player. Super teams make for a great movie billboard and star-studded casting list, but they never turn into that long of a movie. Packers are on the same doorstep as the Bucks are to win a championship, the only difference is Giannis works hard to win while Rodgers is working hard to get out of Green Bay. Plus, Colin hands out his NBA Finals Report Cards!
Giannis is a special player who is only getting better
The Bucks earned their Championship
Is Giannis the new face of the NBA?
Sports ratings are bringing in the money
What the Suns should do with Chris Paul
Guest: BJ Armstrong
What it takes to be the face of the NBA
Colin grades the NBA Finals
Guest: Chris Mannix
Colin examines new information that Aaron Rodgers will be coming back to Green Bay this year and turned down a massive extension to stay with the team. The Bucks are on the brink of starting a dynasty tonight but don't overlook the breaks they've gotten along the way. Although Aaron Rodgers is trapped with the Packers this season, once he leaves, he'd rather retire than play for a bad team. Plus, there's a big difference between the winning success of Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers!
Guest: Cuttino Mobley
The issues Aaron Rodgers has with the Packers isn't about money
Rodgers most likely feels trapped
Can the Bucks dominate the East?
Guest: Matt Light
The Buccaneers had no business winning it all last season
Chris Paul's stock is going down
More on Aaron Rodgers turning down a two year extension from the Packers
Preview of game 6 of the NBA Finals
More teams are rumored to be interested in Damian Lillard
In this episode, John reacts to Peyton and Eli Manning taking a gig doing an alternate Monday Night Football broadcast, why Deshaun Watson is untradeable in 2021, why NIL won't solve the exodus of top Cali prospects to out of state schools, and his top 3 offseason moves that John wants to see play out in 2021. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin ponders the question that if Giannis leads the Milwaukee Bucks to a NBA Championship tomorrow night, are we seeing the beginning of a new dynasty in the East? Nick Wright made an extremely accurate statement about free throws being overrated and volume shines for a reason in every aspect of life. With the release of Space Jam 2, its already turned into Jordan VS LeBron again but we all know there is no competition between the two. Plus, another riveting edition of: "Where Colin was Right & Wrong!"
Guest: Cedric Ceballos
Can the Bucks be a dynasty in the East?
The Suns are getting overpowered by the Bucks
There's a reason the Suns aren't shooting a lot of FTs in the Finals
Things could get very ugly between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers
Does Damian Lillard want to be traded?
How good will Giannis be over the next 5 years?
Guest: Enes Kanter
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin's epic travel nightmare (0:50), and why a crazy Aaron Rodgers stat explains everything about his prickly personality (12:30). Suns legend and color analyst Eddie Johnson on Chris Paul's unpredictable future in Phoenix (21:40). Former NFL scout John Middlekauff on why Jon Gruden and the Raiders are in big trouble (25:00). Plus Marcus Thompson of The Athletic on why the Suns should be nervous despite having home court advantage in the Finals (29:50). Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates. Check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Colin reacts to some BIG news out of the NBA: Trail Blazers G Damian Lillard is expected to request a trade in the next few days. He lays out the best options for Lillard to end up with and which rumored teams have the best and worst chances to acquire the 6-time All Star. He also explains why the rest of the NFL should be concerned about the Buccaneers this season as they look to win back to back Super Bowls. Plus, 2-time NBA Champion Mario Chalmers joins the show to tell Colin which team is best suited to close out the NBA Finals.
Damian Lillard will be asking to be traded
Which teams could Lillard be traded to?
What Aaron Rodgers may be looking for from the Packers
Guest: J. A. Adande
More on Damian Lillard wanting to be traded
Tom Brady played last season with a torn MCL
Guest: Antoine Walker
Game 5 of the NBA Finals
Guests: Mario Chalmers, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John explains why Colts GM Chris Ballard made the right call not to chase Julio Jones, why Big Ben is reportedly finally getting into shape, and reacts to the Richard Sherman arrest and other NFL headlines. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin explains why the Suns should still feel good about their chances to win the NBA Championship despite the Bucks tying up the series. He believes it’s time for Aaron Rodgers to accept some culpability for his role in the standoff between him and the Packers organization. He also shares his 2021 predictions for the NFC and why Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are set up for another season of domination. Plus, NFL Insider Kevin Clark joins the show to give the latest on Rodgers and if he will return to the Packers this season.
Colin is still picking the Suns to win the NBA Finals
Aaron Rodgers will play this season
What should the Suns do with Chris Paul?
Colin gives his predictions for the NFC
Not every thing is going to go your way in the playoffs
The Bucks are finally making adjustments
Which NFL teams championship window is open or closed
Guest: Ryan Hollins
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob is at the MLB All-Star Game in Denver and gives his 3 biggest takeaways from the All-Star Game and the state of the game heading into the second half. He also talks with Rockies Pitcher Taijaun Walker, Blue Jays 2nd Baseman Marcus Semien, O's slugger Cedric Mullins, White Sox SS Tim Anderson, and
Colin provides an update on the faceoff between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and why we shouldn't be surprised if the superstar quarterback is traded midseason. He discusses Kawhi Leonard's future with the Clippers and why this relationship could end much quicker than we expect. He also shares his 2021 predictions for the AFC and surprising team with Super Bowl hopes is left out of the playoffs. Plus, NBA All-Star Michael Redd joins the show to tell Colin what Chris Paul is like as a teammate and previewing game 4 of the NBA Finals.
There's a possibility Aaron Rodgers gets traded to the AFC West by the trade deadline
Kawhi Leonard has surgery on his knee, where will he end up?
Big Ben is finally taking his health seriously
Colin gives his predictions for the AFC
What to expect from Chris Paul
Guest: Michael Redd
Which NFL quarterbacks will be under the most pressure this season
Guest: Mark Sanchez
Colin discusses the rapid rise of Shohei Ohtani to superstardom before tonight's All-Star game and why he's already better than Babe Ruth. He analyzes USA basketball after suffering another loss as they prepare for the Olympics and why we have fallen behind in international competitions. He also explains what it takes to be an elite QB in the NFL today and why they don't always come from where you'd expect. Plus, Hall of Fame and MLB on FOX analyst John Smoltz joins the show
MLB needs to do a better job marketing Shohei Ohtani. He's better than Babe Ruth
Thoughts on Team USA losing back to back games
The Sixers are shopping Ben Simmons
What Baseball needs to get a bigger audience
Preview of tonight's MLB All-Star game
Guests: Buddy Hield, John Smoltz
More on Team USA's back to back loses
2 truths and a lie: Colin decides which NBA statements are the truth or a lie
Guest: Joe Vardon
In this episode, John is back from a brief break and ready to go! He dives into the special off-field connection between Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, the bottom line for Aaron Rodgers after his disgruntled offseason, and his thoughts on the NIL floodgates opening in college sports. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
With Colin off, Nick Wright fills in to discuss the Bucks win in game 3 of the NBA Finals and why Giannis Antetokounmpo reminds Nick of a young star quarterback in the NFL right now. He’s hesitant to consider Devin Booker a “superstar” in today’s NBA after a disappointing performance in the Finals and what it takes for him to get into that elite category. He also explains why Suns head coach Monty Williams needs to stop complaining about the officiating even though it’s actually a good strategy. Plus, NBA champion Antoine Walker joins the show to tell Nick Giannis should be considered the best player in the world right now.
Nick Wright in for Colin
Game 3 NBA Finals recap
Can Giannis become the best player in the NBA?
Who is the face of the NBA?
The officiating in game 3 of the NBA Finals
We use the title "Superstar" too often
What do look for in Game 4 of the NBA Finals
Scoring records in the NBA Finals
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin has takes on which college athletes would have made the most if NIL rules had changed earlier (:56) why Scottie Pippen got what he deserved with his new book (2:20), and his DM convo with Damian Lillard about leaving Portland (5:40). Legendary Bulls writer Sam Smith on the ups and downs of Scottie Pippen, the inaccuracies in "The Last Dance," and why Zach Lavine is better than Devin Booker (9:50). Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated and the Volume Sports Network on possible Ben Simmons trades, and why Kyrie Irving is not leaving Brooklyn (23:35). Plus New York broadcasting icon Michael Kay on his battles with Mike Francesa and Craig Carton, as well as his most interesting and disastrous interviews (36:20).
Make sure to subscribe and follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin explains how Chris Paul is the best NBA version of Tom Brady. Steph Curry lets it be known that the Warriors Championship window is still wide open! Plus, former Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Memphis Grizzlies John Hollingerjoins Doug for all the insight around the league!
Chris Paul is the NBA’s Tom Brady
What the Bucks need to win it all
Guest: John Hollinger
Is it over for the Warriors?
Sorry Derek Carr, the Raiders are not that close
Is Damian Lillard done in Portland?
More on Chris Paul being on the right team
Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers must be jealous of Tom Brady
BFL: Best Tom Hanks movies
Guests: Trevor Story, Ariel Helwani
Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin today, explains how Chris Paul is an old iPhone, he’s great right now but may breakdown in the near future. Doug Pederson and the Eagles weighed the Pros/Cons with Carson Wentz choosing a back up over their Quarterback. Plus, in “Best For Last” Doug shines a much needed light on the steroid era in Major League Baseball!
Chris Paul is the old iPhone. Don't pay him whatever he wants
The big mistake the Eagles made
Guest: Eddie House
The Bucks need to make adjustments
The best compliment Matt Stafford has received
Guest: David Thorpe
What do you do with Chris Paul after the Finals?
How MLB has seriously hurt itself
Guest: Mo Dahkil
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses the ice cold Cubs locked in a 12-game slide, C.C. Sabathia's criticism of the game in his new book, the Dodgers continuing to distance themselves from Trevor Bauer during the investigation of an alleged sexual assault. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair.
Guests: Former MLB All-Star Centerfielder Mike Cameron on the illegal substance pitching scandal, and his thoughts on his son playing MLB ball with the Tigers. MLBBro.com's Malik Wright talks Home Run Derby participants and his pick to win.
Colin knows that in sports, the most comfortable team always wins the game, and the Suns are that team. Aaron Rodgers keeps it cool even while golfing at The Match yesterday not budging even the slightest over Packers questions. Chris Paul knows this is his time to win but after this season, there's no need for the Suns to run it back with the same team next year. Everyone needs to stop saying injuries are playing a big part in the playoffs, everyone playing is hurt in some way at this stage.
The Suns looked more comfortable in Game 1
It looks like Aaron Rodgers knows he's coming back to the Packers
If the Suns win the NBA Finals
More on game 1 of the NBA Finals
Chris Paul mixes well with the young Suns players
Guests: Antoine Walker, Tom Chambers
What to look forward to as the NBA Finals continue
Guests: Jim Jackson, Dana White
Colin says we don't give ourselves enough time to be alone, Aaron Rodgers is doing just that to get his mind right. The NBA Finals starts tonight and just like the ending of Sopranos, Chris Paul has ambiguity, he's not like your normal star player. This upcoming NFL season in Green Bay is going to look a lot like Kevin Durant's last year in Golden State. Plus, Colin gives you his Top 10 players in the NBA Finals!
Aaron Rodgers comments about mental health
Reasons why players like Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers are frustrated
What makes Chris Paul so interesting
The best players in the NBA Finals
A lot of NBA champions have gotten injury breaks
The western conference has been superior for a while
Update on Giannis Antetokounmpo for game 1 of the NBA Finals
Could the Lakers get DeMar DeRozan?
Guests: BJ Armstrong, Alexi Lalas
Colin explains very patriotically that Charles Barkley speaks the truth because when Giannis wasn't on the court, both Jrue Holiday and the offense both shined. Luka Doncic needs a star now because unlike Dirk, he doesn't need time to develop. He's the best young player in the world. Green Bay didn't call Aaron Rodgers on his bluff and even though the Denver story sounds good, he won't be leaving this year. The NFL has a very clear distinction this year between four very bad teams and very good teams. Plus, another edition of "Where Colin was Right and Wrong!"
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Colin separates Milwaukee Buck star Giannis Antetokounmpo's long-term value from Giannis in the short term or in a single series. The proof is reflected in the Bucks' Eastern Conference Finals success without Giannis. Also, Colin is floored by Dallas Maverick star Luka Dončić's ability to get his sparsely populated home country of Slovenia to the Olympics. Plus, FS1 NBA analyst Ric Bucher discusses the Milwaukee Bucks without Giannis.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, it's another edition of "Where Colin Was Right, Where Colin Was Wrong." Also, Sports Illustrated senior NBA writer Howard Beck joins The Herd to chat about Bucks-Suns in the NBA Finals. Finally, Matt Mosley--radio personality and host of The Doomsday Podcast--connects with Colin to talk about the impact of the Dallas Cowboys appearing on HBO's Hard Knocks yet again.
FOX Sports and NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks joins Colin to examine the Aaron Rodgers-Green Bay Packers standoff, the Dallas Cowboys on Hard Knocks (again) and more. Finally, Colin closes with his ten sports figures who will shape the industry in "Best For Last."
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin has takes on which college athletes would have made the most if NIL rules had changed earlier (:56), why Scottie Pippen got what he deserved with his new book (2:20), and his DM convo with Damian Lillard about leaving Portland (5:40). Legendary Bulls writer Sam Smith on the ups and downs of Scottie Pippen, the inaccuracies in "The Last Dance," and why Zach LaVine is better than Devin Booker (9:50). Chris Mannix on possible Ben Simmons trades, and why Kyrie Irving is not leaving Brooklyn (23:35). Plus New York broadcasting icon Michael Kay on his battles with Mike Francesa and Craig Carton, as well as his most interesting and disastrous interviews (36:20). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Colin reacts to a report that the Mavericks and Heat are making a strong push for Kawhi Leonard in free agency and which team will be the best fit. He predicts a major trade in the NBA involving 2 superstars and championship contending teams. He also plays a new game called "Paul or Pass". Plus, Suns F Cam Johnson joins the show to talk about their run to the NBA Finals and how Chris Paul changed the culture of the organization.
There are two NBA teams who are rumored to be interested in Kawhi Leonard
Could Damian Lillard end up on the Lakers?
College sports will be fine, people need to relax
Recapping the Suns-Clippers series
Paul or Pass: Colin explains which situations he would like to see Chris Paul in
The Cowboys will be the next team on Hard Knocks
Guest: Cameron Johnson
What are the chances of Kawhi leaving the Clippers?
Guests: Kevin O'Connor, Jason McIntyre
Colin's happy for Chris Paul finally getting the recognition he deserves after reaching the NBA Finals for the first time in his career. He thinks the Clippers need to accept their reality and limitations after building the team around Kawhi Leonard who regularly misses games. He takes a look into the future of college sports as players are now able to get paid for their name, image and likeness. Plus, World Series Champion and Dodgers 3B Justin Turner joins the show to talk about his All-Star caliber season and the difficulties of being the reigning champs.
Chris Paul is finally going to his first NBA Finals
The two seasons Kawhi Leonard has been with the Clippers has been a disappointment
Paul George career up to this point
College athletes can now make money off their name, image, and likeness
The Bucks will have to win tonight without Giannis Antetokounmpo
The point guard is the quarterback of the NBA
Guest: Justin Turner
More on college athletes making money from their name, image, and likeness
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks at Shohei Ohtani going off on the Yanks in the Bronx, the Astros shaking off the haters and leading the AL West, the sexual assault allegations against Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer, and the lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of former pitcher Tyler Skaggs over his tragic death. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair.
Guests: MLB Writer Kevin Kiernan discusses Shoei Ohtani's explosion against the Yankees in the Bronx and the Yankees first half struggles. MLBBro.com Reporter Brandon Carr discusses the annual celebration of Bobby Bonilla Day!
After Giannis Antetokounmpo goes down with an injury, Colin explains why all the injured super stars in the NBA hasn’t actually affected the outcomes in the NBA playoffs. He addresses the criticism Paul George has faced for his playoff performances and why he should actually be accepting them as a compliment. He also believes the Dallas Cowboys are already destined to disappoint in the 2021 NFL season. Plus, NBA veteran Quentin Richardson joins the show to preview the Suns vs Clippers series and shares some great stories about poorly run NBA teams.
Why you shouldn't use injuries as an excuse for not winning in the NBA playoffs
The criticism of Paul George has never been overblown
The Utah Jazz are a much better organization than you think
The Cowboys continue to make the same mistakes
Which NFL players run the league
Clippers-Suns game 6 preview
Guest: Quentin Richardson
The Clippers are doing whatever it takes to keep Kawhi happy
Colin breaks down which NBA stars are either a One or a Two
Guest: Dan Woike
Colin praises Paul George for his recent run in the playoffs and keeping the Clippers alive in the postseason after Kawhi Leonard's injury. He critiques Scottie Pippen for his comments about Phil Jackson and why he needs to properly frame his NBA career alongside Michael Jordan. He also ranks his top 10 sidekicks in the history of sports and you'll be shocked to find out where Pippen ends up. Plus, NBA All Star Cedric Ceballos joins the show to describe Pippen's career and if the Suns have what it takes to close out the Clippers.
To be a star it's important to be available, like Paul George
Colin's thoughts on Scottie Pippen's comments
What a number 1 player on a team looks like
Colin ranks the top second best players on pro teams
There's a rumor of a possible huge Warriors trade
The NBA playoffs are exciting, despite the injuries
Who were the greatest "Robins" of all time?
Guest: Jim Jackson
John dedicates the entire pod to answering listener questions in a deluxe sized Middlekauff Mailbag on a variety of football and non-football topics! Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin takes a look at the Hawks, their run to the Eastern Conference Finals and why this team is not what we’ve built them up to be. He explains why Damian Lillard could find his new wingman this summer at the Olympics playing for team USA. He also tells you why he was right about the Clippers and wrong about Tom Brady. Plus, NBA veteran Raja Bell joins the show to talk about Chris Paul’s leadership on the Suns and how Trae Young fits into today’s NBA.
If you want to be a champion you need to overcome adversity
Damian Lillard is rumored to be unhappy in Portland
The officiating in Game 4 of Suns-Clippers
More on Damian Lillard being unhappy with the Blazers
NBA playoffs so far
Where should Damian Lillard end up?
Guest: Raja Bell
In this episode, Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the third installment of a three part interview, where they discuss the recruiting scandal that landed Tech on probation, how he would avoid a similar situation in the future, and how he bounced back and led the Yellow Jackets to an ACC Tournament Championship and 2020 NCAA Tournament berth. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants about how Ben Simmons needs to be repurposed (:55), Tom Brady's real genius (2:50), and how the Sixers meltdown could actually be a good thing for the organization (6:00). Marcus Thompson of The Athletic tells us why Ben Simmons to the Warriors makes a lot of sense (8:55), Nick Wright of FS1's First Things First explains why we could see Zion with the Knicks sooner rather than later (22:25), and Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated and Fox Sports on the "sticky stuff" controversy in baseball (28:45). Plus, with the big changes happening in Dallas, we flash back to Colin's interview with Mark Cuban when he talked about what he learned from Dirk, and the mistakes he won't make with Luka (36:39). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Doug Gottlieb filling in for Colin explains that Chris Paul doesn’t make the Suns worse, but he sure did last night. Aaron Rodgers may just opt out of the 2021 season but it could cause for more problems than solutions. Plus, Rayford Young: Trae Young’s Father and Dwane Casey: Pistons Head Coach joined Doug on The Herd!
Chris Paul doesn’t make the Suns worse, but he did last night
Why did Kevin Love make the USA basketball roster?
Guest: Amin Elhassan
Will Aaron Rodgers opt out of the 2021 season?
Guest: Rayford Young
The most impressive part about Paul George last night
BFL: Best Throwback Uniforms
Guest: Dwane Casey
In this episode, John discusses the risks Lamar Jackson is taking by not hiring an agent to negotiate his extension, why the league moving the out of Indy isn't a good idea like moving the draft. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
In this episode, Doug sits down with ESPN basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla to discuss the NBA explosion of Trae Young, the postseason collapse of Ben Simmons, how to fix him, how the Mavericks can keep Luka Doncic happy enough to stick around, his take on the DeAndre Ayton buzzer beater in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, and which international teams have a chance to beat Team USA in the next Olympics, and some quick scouting reports on the top prospects in this year's NBA draft. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin discusses Trae Young's run through the playoffs, the Hawks winning game 1 over the Bucks and what this tell us about the Eastern Conference since LeBron James signed with the Lakers. He agrees with Steve Kerr saying Kevin Durant is more talented than Michael Jordan even though MJ is still the GOAT. He believes one young quarterback in the NFL is in line to get a contract extension, but the team should hold off on that. Plus, longtime NBA veteran Olden Polynice joins the show to tell Colin why the Clippers could be in big trouble tonight down 0-2 to the Suns in the Western Conference Finals.
The Hawks are a great story but the Eastern Conference is weak
Kevin Durant is more gifted than Michael Jordan
The Browns should wait before giving Baker Mayfield a new contract
The 50 best NFL players right now
Can the Clippers come back against the Suns?
Guests: Antoine Walker, Mark Medina
The reasons why the Suns are playing so well in the playoffs
Colin lists his 10 best NFL players
Guest: Olden Polynice
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob tries to figure out what's wrong with the underachieving Yankees, tells you which historic milestone Shohei Ohtani achieved, and why he's glad Mets slugger Pete Alonso is running it back at the Home Run Derby to defend his crown. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair.
Guests: Writer Branson Wrightjoins the pod to discuss his recent Undefeated piece on the historic HBCU cafreer of former MLB All-Star Rickie Weeks.
Colin tells you why he was so impressed with the Suns and the Clippers based on what he saw in game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. He explains why he hates how long video reviews take in NBA games but unfortunately they are necessary. He also believes Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are turning into Big Ben and the Steelers with one major difference. Plus, he talks to NBA veteran Cuttino Mobley to find out if the Suns have what it takes to win the title this year.
The Clippers and the Suns are the two best teams left
The replay system in the NBA
The final play of the Clippers-Suns game
The Sixers are trying to rebuild Ben Simmons' image
Why the Seahawks and the Steelers have a lot in common
Baseball has always been slow to change
Deal or no deal: Which NBA trades Colin would agree with
Colin explains why Kevin Durant will never be considered the "Face of the NBA". He plays detective in order to figure out who Tom Brady was talking about when discussing the teams he considered signing with in 2020 free agency. He also compares Ben Simmons to an NFL QB who needs a change of scenery in order to reach his full potential. Plus, NBA Champion Stephen Jackson joins the show to talk about defending elite scoring in the NBA.
It's hard for Kevin Durant to be the face of the league
Tom Brady wasn't bashing who you think
Thoughts on the NBA Western Conference Finals
Carl Nassib is a wonderful story
More on Tom Brady's comments on The Shop: Uninterrupted
How the 76ers are handling Ben Simmons
More on the NBA playoffs and the new rule change for next season
NBA Lottery is tonight
Guest: Stephen Jackson
In this episode, John explains why no NFL team would ever 'Trust the Process' and rebuild by tanking like NBA teams, his take on Cole Beasley's anti-vaxx battle with the NFL, why the Bears should ask to get tax payer funding for a new stadium, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin loves the way the Suns have built their team counter to what people consider "modern basketball". He points out why Ben Simmons and the 76ers failed this post season and what they have in common with the other teams who came up short in the post season. He also tells you why he was right about Zion Williamson and wrong about Doc Rivers. Plus, NBA veteran Al Harrington joins the show to tell Colin what the 76ers need to do in order to fix Ben Simmons in the off season.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Colin describes the three qualities that make the Phoenix Suns so hot to handle. Also, FS1 NBA analyst and FOX Sports Radio host Chris Broussard offers his insight on the ongoing NBA playoffs. Plus, Colin examines the messy situation regarding the Philadelphia 76ers and their fading star Ben Simmons as well as why the Brooklyn Nets' regular season issues caught up to them in the playoffs.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, it's another installment of Where Colin Was Right, Where Colin Was Wrong. Plus, retired NBA veteran Al Harrington offers his reaction to the narrowing NBA playoff field. Also, what should we make of Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers renewing his country club membership in Green Bay?
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Sports Illustrated senior NBA writer Chris Mannix joins The Herd to discuss the most recent chapter of the 2021 NBA playoffs. Also, Colin plays his Three Word Game for the eight NBA teams who made their respective conference semifinals.
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants about why the Aaron Rodgers/Packers dispute seems so intense (:45), why people need to get over these NBA injuries (3:35), and why sports TV ratings don't actually matter (6:30). Gary Payton joins the show and lets us know what Ben Simmons needs to do to save his career in Philly, and Gary goes right back at Michael Jordan about his comments from "The Last Dance" (10:20), plus Doug Gottlieb on why he doesn't like the new college football playoff proposal (25:28). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action!
Colin explains why he's not impressed with Bucks after their game 6 win over an exhausted Brooklyn Nets team. He believes it was time for the Mavericks to start over and begin rebuilding around Luke Doncic after releasing GM Donnie Nelson and head coach Rick Carlisle. He also points out the main difference between a player like Tom Brady and another great QB in Aaron Rodgers. Plus, NBA champion Antione Walker joins the show to react to Colin's list of the top 10 players in the NBA under 25.
The Nets were playing tired against the Bucks in game 6 & James Harden will be better in game 7
Colin talks about the Mavericks needing a solid number 2 option for Luka.
Why Aaron Rodgers will never be in Tom Brady’s class.
Don’t confuse Luka’s situation with Zion’s situation.
Guest: FOX Sports NBA Analyst Ric Bucher
Colin lists his top 10 young NBA players to build around,
How the Mavericks should build around Luka Doncic,
Nets shouldn’t worry about loss to the Bucks in Game 6,
Can Matt LaFleur & Aaron Rodgers still win Super Bowl in Green Bay,
Guest: NBA Champion Antoine Walker
Colin discusses how the NBA Conference Semifinals will finish up with FS1/FSR Host Jason McIntyre in Tomorrow’s Headline’s Today.
The Athletic Senior NBA Writer Sam Amick
FOX Sports Digital / FSR / "Straight Fire" Podcast Host Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John explains why the Bucs accepting Brady's trainer Alex Guerrero into the facility is smarter than Belichick's approach, if there's reason for concern after Tua's 5 INT minicamp performance, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
In this episode, Doug gives some quick takes on KD's dominant performance against the Bucks, and Rick Carlisle's sits down with Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the second part of a three part interview, where they installment of a multiple part interview, where he goes inside the whirlwind process that ended with him getting the Memphis job, how he established his own identity, the pressure of following Coach Cal, and why he decided to take the Georgia Tech job. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin gives credit to Paul George for the biggest win in Clippers history to take a 3-2 lead over the Jazz without Kawhi Leonard. He says it's officially time to break up Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid after another humiliating meltdown blowing a 26 point lead against the Hawks. He reacts to big news out of the NBA with another super star trying to force his way onto a new team. Plus, NBA champion Jason Terry joins the show to talk about Luka Doncic's unhappiness in Dallas and Giannis' struggles in the playoffs.
in hour 1, Colin recaps the Clippers victory over Utah, perhaps being the best game in franchise history. 76ers have a epic meltdown in the 4th quarter and the Pelicans are having a tough time keeping Zion Williamson happy. Chris Broussard joins the show to talk NBA Playoffs and more.
Lebron James jumps on the bandwagon to tell the league, "I told you so" in terms of injuries and the affects of the bubble last season. Jason Terry joins the show to talk NBA Playoffs, injuries and more. Aaron Rodgers was called selfish by a GM. Do players deserve a little more lee-way ?
In hour 3, Colin recaps the Clippers historic game 5 against Utah. The 76ers epic meltdown against the Atlanta Hawks. BJ Armstrong joins the show to talks scouting players in the league, Luka Doncic's unhappiness and more.
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks at MLB moving quickly to cut off the bleeding from the pitchers foreign substance scandal, Fernando Tatis, Jr. continuing to amazed, and Jacob De Grom's historic first half. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair.
Guests: World Series Champ Kevin Millar discusses the foreign substance scandal consuming the headlines,. Yankees Announcer Michael Kay discusses his new book, and gives his take on the Bombers inconsistent first half.
Colin reacts to Kevin Durant’s incredible performance against the Bucks and why it feels like the Nets are setup to win the championship. He shares the latest on Kawhi Leonard’s status for the remainder of the Jazz series and what it means for the rest of the playoff landscape. He also puts some blame on Aaron Rodgers for the drama filled offseason the Packers have dealt with so far. Plus, Nick Wright from FS1 joins the show to talk about Durant’s big night and if the Clippers season is over after Leonard’s latest injury.
In hour 3, Colin recaps Kevin Durant's elite game 5 performance. Stephen Jackson joins to talk Milwaukee Bucks, NBA Playoffs and more. Rich Klieman, manager of kevin Durant joins to talk Brooklyn Nets and KD/Nash relationship.
In hour 2, Colin explains how the Clippers knew what they were in for and got what was expected. Kawhi & Paul George's resumes speak for themselves. Jim Jackson joins to talk Kevin Durant and NBA Playoffs.
In hour 1, Colin recaps Kevin Durants game 5 performace, calling him an "Offensive Expert". Kawhi Leonard being out for game 5 and Nick Wright joins to talk NBA Playoffs and more.
In this episode, Doug sits down with Georgia Tech Head Coach Josh Pastner for the first installment of a multiple part interview, where they discuss his youth hoops background growing up in Houston, how he landed a walk on spot on for Lute Olson at Arizona, his memories from the '97 national championship run, the unbelievable way he got the Memphis job, and the challenges of following Coach Cal and keeping the program together. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin compares Kawhi Leonard to some of the other all time great players and what makes Leonard different from the rest. He dissects the 76ers and their star players and why it's officially time to break up their 2 star players now that it's clear they cannot win together. He also explains why Aaron Rodgers is creating a difficult situation for the Packers front office. Plus, long time NBA veteran Udonis Haslem joins the show to talk about his experience with LeBron James on the Heat and what it's like winning a championship on a super team.
In Hour 3, Colin recaps Kawhi's clutch ability amongst the leagues best. Kevin Durant's legacy isn't in jeopardy if he doesn't win the title this year, but it wont elevate him either. Ethan Strauss joins the show to talk NBA playoffs, Dallas Maverick Organization and more.
In Hour 2 Colin talks how Aaron Rodgers isn't always the easiest person to build a relationship with and Packers are feeling that. Udonis Haslem joins the show to talk the importance of chemistry, NBA Playoffs and more.
In hour 1, Colin recaps the Clippers and Utah, Kawhi is the clutch player you need. The 76ers have issues with their stars. Is KD maybe to impulsive for his own good and Ric Bucher joins to talk NBA Playoffs and more.
In this episode, John reacts to Russell Wilson publicly walking back his trade demand from earlier in the offseason, lets listeners in on his big revelation about the future of the NFL relative to the other major professional sports, runs through the worsening Packers/Aaron Rodgers mess and other NFL headlines, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin shares his excitement that Chris Paul is finally getting all the respect he deserves after sweeping the Nuggets and carrying the Suns into the Western Conference Finals. He discusses the Nets losing Kyrie Irving to an ankle injury and what this means for Kevin Durant now that he will have to carry Brooklyn without his 2 superstar teammates. He also tells you why he was right about Dak Prescott and wrong about Ben Simmons. Plus, former TE Greg Olsen joins the show to talk about the disconnect between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers organization.
In hour 3, Colin recaps the NBA playoffs thus far and Chris Paul's contributions to his teams. Greg Olsen joins to talk family, football and much more.
In hour 2 Colin goes over Dak's new contract and Jordan Brand deal. Along with Luka Doncic needing some help and looking exhausted in the playoffs and Tyler Dunne joins to talk Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers.
In hour 1, Colin discusses Chris Paul's role on his teams throughout his career. The fragile Nets and how Kevin Durant may be dealing with those pressures being the lone Star left on the court. Aaron Rodger may have unfair and unrealistic expectations placed on him and Chris Broussard joins to talk NBA Playoffs and more.
Colin continues to be mystified by the Clippers who despite their talented roster lose games they shouldn’t. He shares some bad news for one NBA team that thinks they can contend for a NBA title but clearly they aren’t that close. He also advocates for the expansion of the college football playoff and what we can expect once this inevitably happens. Plus, former NBA head coach George Karl joins the show to tell Colin if the Clippers can comeback against the Jazz after falling down 0-2 once again in the playoffs.
Colin discusses the Clippers being down 0-2 to the Jazz
Despite their loss to the Bucks, the Nets will still win the series
It's time to pay players if the College Football Playoff is set to 12 teams
Donovan Mitchell is a very special player
Giannis Antetokounmpo needs to become a better shooter
Guests: George Karl, Joe Vardon
More on the NBA playoffs
Guests: Sarah Kustok, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John explains why it's time for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers to have a mob-style sit down, the significance of Dak Prescott cashing in on and off the field following his season ending injury, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin praises Chris Paul for his leadership and what he’s overcome in his NBA career as the Suns take a 2-0 lead over the Nuggets in the second round of the playoffs. He’s not buying the “PR War” going on between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and shares what’s really the issue at hand here. He also explains why Dak Prescott finds a way to win on and off the field despite not being the most talented QB in the league. Plus, Packers insider Matt Schneidman joins the show to tell us how Jordan Love has looked in minicamp while Rodgers holds out.
Chris Paul's career is amazing, he should get more consideration for MVP
It doesn't matter who wins the PR battle in Green Bay
Dak Prescott has been signed by Michael Jordan's brand
Jordan Love's comments at Packers training camp
CFP to consider expansion to a 12-team format
More on the issues between QB Aaron Rodgers and the Packers
Would You Rather: Colin says which NBA scenarios he prefers
Guest: Matt Schneidman
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks at the developing scandal of pitchers doctoring the ball with illegal substances, why Shohei Ohtani's 470-foot blast is the latest must see moment in a year full of them for the 2-way savant, and why O's centerfielder Cedric Mullins is Baltimore's only bright spot. Also, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Foul or Fair.
Guests: Rangers Analyst and former MLB Pitcher CJ Nitkowski discusses the pitcher cheating scandal and his experiences using substances on the ball. MLB Writer Craig Calcaterra breaks down the AL and NL division races and biggest surprises as the All-Star break approaches.
In this episode, Doug talks with former Providence star and NBA forward Jamel Thomas on his rough Coney Island upbringing, not playing hoops until later in his childhood, transitioning into a stable environment in Rockaway, starring at the famed Lincoln High School, his relationship with Steph Marbury, their legendarily stacked AAU teams, why he chose Providence, and how he got other stars like God Shammgod to join him. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin has a surprising takeaway from the Clippers loss to the Jazz in game 1 in the second round of the playoffs. He officially announces that he is DONE with Ben Simmons and no longer considers him a true leader of a NBA franchise. He also rips into the Lions for the latest “fumble” and lack of self-awareness. Plus, Raptors head coach Nick Nurse joins the show to breakdown the remaining teams in the NBA playoffs.
The Clippers lost game 1 against the Jazz, but Colin believes they will win the series
Ben Simmons doesn't seem to care as much as Joel Embiid
LeBron James isn't hated as you may think
The Detroit Lions continue to embarrass themselves
Jordan Love looked good today at Packers minicamp
More on the NBA playoffs so far
Colin gives his own NBA awards
Guest: Nick Nurse
Colin explains why the Nets are perfectly made to be successful in today’s offensive friendly NBA. He argues in favor of Aaron Rodgers skipping OTAs and minicamp after winning the MVP last season. He also ranks his top 10 players in the NBA playoffs and tells you why this 2-time MVP was left off the list. Plus, former Packers WR James Jones joins the show tell Colin how the Green Bay front office can repair their relationship with Rodgers.
The Nets are showing us how important offense players are
Chris Paul is showing you why he should be the MVP
Aaron Rodgers shouldn't show up to to Packers mandatory minicamp
Colin names 10 NBA players more valuable than Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Jordan Love is not looking good at Packers minicamp
Guest: Bonzi Wells
More news about Jordan Love at Packers minicamp
Colin discusses who should be back for the Lakers next season
Guest: James Jones
In this episode, John reacts to the Titans pulling off a blockbuster deal with the Falcons for Julio Jones, and why the Packers wide receivers showing up to OTA's hurts Aaron Rodgers leverage to get out of Green Bay. He also goes fires through the top college and pro headlines and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin discusses the Clippers advancing to the second round of the playoffs and why this isn’t very impressive for a team with championship aspirations. He explains why the Nets don’t meet the criteria for a typical championship team despite having so much success so far in the playoffs. He also tells you why he was right about Julio Jones and wrong about the Lakers. Plus, NBA Champion Stephen Jackson joins the show to analyze what the Clippers did to turn it around in their series against the Mavericks.
The Clippers continue to be a very strange franchise
The Nets have so much talent and it showed against the Bucks
Julio Jones going to the Titans will not have a huge impact
Reasons why the Packers shouldn't wait to trade Aaron Rodgers
More on the Clippers struggle to finally beat the Mavericks
The Mavericks need to get another star player to help Luka
What will the Packers do if Aaron Rodgers no-shows mandatory camp?
When will the Bears start Justin Fields?
Colin describes NBA teams in three words
Colin discusses the Lakers future after getting eliminated from the playoffs and why the problem is not easy to fix. He explains why the Trail Blazers need to make a big move this off season in order to finally support Damian Lillard in the prime of his career. He also defends LeBron James from the criticism he’s getting for losing in the first round of the playoffs and why it has no impact on his legacy. Plus, 3-time NBA Champion BJ Armstrong joins the show to put LeBron’s legacy in perspective compared to his former teammate Michael Jordan.
The Lakers were inconsistent all season
Damian Lillard should consider leaving the Blazers
LeBron's legacy is fine
Why aren't people blaming Kawhi Leonard?
Guest: Kevin O'Connor
More on the Clippers-Mavericks series so far
Mac Jones is not looking good at Patriots practice
What will happen if Aaron Rodgers continues no-show
Colin gives his reasons why the Bucks should beat the Nets
Guests: Antoine Walker, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John relays his observations from his trip to Niners OTA's, the reality of seeing Josh Rosen fighting for his NFL life and his first impressions of Trey Lance. He also looks at the recent media frenzy over bad fan behavior in other sports, attacks the top headlines with some NFL rapid fire, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin tries to make sense of the Clippers after another surprising loss and why this has everything to do with Kawhi Leonard’s personality. He marvels at the excellence of Luka Doncic and what the Mavericks need to do in order to win a title. He talks to Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie about the return of the USFL. Plus, legendary Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski joins the show to discuss his decision to retire after 41 seasons.
The Clippers are on the verge of imploding
Luka Doncic is an amazing player and he's only 22 years old
Colin doesn't see the Lakers winning tonight
The Nets-Bucks series should be interesting
More on the Lakers-Suns game tonight and Anthony Davis' injury
Tom Brady and Russell Wilson know how to use social media
Guest: Howard Beck
Colin believes the USFL can succeed this time around
Why Duke HC Mike Krzyzewski is retiring after next season
Guests: Doug Flutie, Mike Krzyzewski
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses the red hot Cubbies winning 9 of 10, Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.'s MVP caliber start to the year, and Diamondbacks announcer Bob Brenly stepping into a controversy with comments about Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman's durag. Also, Betting on the Bases, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Diamond Dust.
Guest: NBA Champion Eddie House discusses young star swag and if his hometown A's can finally break through this year. Fox Sports MLB Insider JP Morosi breaks down the surprising Rays, other division races, and the Dodgers picking up Albert Pujols,
As a huge fan of LeBron James, Colin admits something about the 4x champion and what we can expect from him at this point in his career. Big news out of the NBA with the Celtics moving head coach Brad Stevens into the front office and letting go of Danny Ainge and why we shouldn’t be so negative about his time in Boston. He also defends LeBron for leaving the bench early during a blowout loss in game 5 against the Suns. Plus, NBA insider Chris Mannix joins the show to tell Colin what's next for the Celtics and Ainge after the massive overhaul.
Colin believes the Lakers-Suns series is over
The Celtics now have a new GM
Green Bay doesn't believe Aaron Rodgers is willing to hold out
Colin defends the Boston Celtics
Anthony Davis is proof you shouldn't play yourself into shape
Duke HC Mike Krzyzewski will retire after next season
Guests: Chris Bosh, Stephen Jackson
More on Boston Celtics GM Danny Ainge retiring
Colin discusses the differences between Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers
Colin compares Aaron Rodgers’ absence from OTAs to what Russell Wilson did earlier this year when he expressed his frustration with the Seahawks organization. He thinks one young star in the NBA has a serious flaw that might not be fixable. He also explains why Anthony Davis’ latest injury should not be a surprise since this has been happening his entire career. Plus, former NBA All Star Cedric Ceballos joins the show to break down the remaining NBA playoff match ups.
Why are the Packers leaking information?
Aaron Rodgers was never a perfect fit for Green Bay
Ben Simmons doesn't care about becoming a good shooter
Mental health in professional sports
Guest: J.A. Adande
Injuries in the NBA playoffs
Tim Tebow is a distraction and he's not helping the situation
More on the Packers holding their ground against Aaron Rodgers
Guests: Cedric Ceballos, Greg Jennings
The Utah Jazz are better than most people think
The Lakers can't rely on Anthony Davis
Colin ranks the top 10 young NFL QBs
In this episode, John reflects on the Hall of Fame career of Adam Vinatieri following his retirement announcement, why the conventional wisdom that OTA's and group workouts are a waste of time is wrong, looks at the latest with the Julio Jones trade watch and why he has Kyler Murray red flagged. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin doesn’t believe LeBron has the shoulders needed to carry the Lakers without Anthony Davis into the Finals, and their roster is looking more like LeBron’s 2018 Cavaliers. With the Lakers’ injury woes, Colin sees the Clippers as the best team coming out of the West. If fans continue to act out during NBA games towards players, it’s time to add assault charges to let fans know that this type of behavior is no longer being tolerated. Green Bay has shown Aaron Rodgers time and time again that they don’t want to fix the relationship. Plus, another fan favorite edition of Where Colin Was Right / Wrong!
The Lakers' roster is basically the 2018 Cleveland Cavaliers and Anthony Davis' health determines how far the team can go.
Colin discusses the Seahawks emerging as a potential suitor for Julio Jones.
Colin reacts to Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes saying he wants to go 20-0 next season.
Plus, another edition of ‘Colin Right, Colin Wrong.’
Guest: Ryan McDonough
Colin predicts what will happen next in the NBA playoffs with another edition of Buy, Sell, & Hold!
Guest: Shams Charania
After a dominating win over the Suns, Colin realizes what makes the Lakers special in the postseason and if that’s enough to win the championship. He has bad news for one NFL team and who they were hoping would become their new franchise quarterback. He also explains why Aaron Rodgers is quickly losing leverage in his standoff with the Packers organization. Plus, NBA veteran Jim Jackson joins the show to tell Colin why the Clippers might be headed for an early exit from the playoffs.
The Lakers are dominant when Anthony Davis is playing well
Mac Jones looks like he has a way to go
Tom Brady is sending a message to the Patriots
It doesn't look like Aaron Rodgers has much leverage
The NBA has more talent right now than ever before
The Blazers need a reboot
The Clippers next game against the Mavericks is vital
The problems the Clippers are facing against the Mavericks
Guests: Cuttino Mobley, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John discusses the latest in the Aaron Rodgers/Packers divorce soap opera, and answers listener questions in the Memorial Day Weekend Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin gives praise to the Knicks for winning a playoff game for the first time since 2013 but he lays out the reality of what their roster is when compared to other NBA super teams. Tebow-mania has officially returned to the NFL as rumors about the Heisman Trophy winner potentially playing quarterback again have already surfaced. He casts doubt about the drama between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers could have been easily avoided. Plus, NBA Champion Metta World Peace joins the show to talk about a fan pouring popcorn on Russell Westbrook and his experience with unruly fans in the NBA.
The Knicks-Hawks series is showing us why fans are important
What are the Jaguars doing?
Should the Packers have let Aaron Rodgers know they were drafting a QB?
Was there a purpose to Tua Tagovailoa's comments?
There are some similarities between Kevin Durant and Aaron Rodgers
Sometimes fans go too far
Guests: Antoine Walker, Metta World Peace
NBA playoff predictions
Colin discusses potential NFL trades
In this episode, Doug talks with Iona Assistant Tom Abatemarco about his path into a five decade career in coaching with Jim Valvano at Iona College, working under the legendary Lou Carnesecca, Maryland's Lefty Driesell, recruiting Dell Curry to Virginia Tech, re-joining Valavano at NC State, his '83 title run memories, recruiting Spud Webb, and Spencer Dinwiddie.
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob gives the Padres props for sitting atop the NL West heading into Memorial Day weekend, discusses former Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway's ban for sexual misconduct, and the Marcell Ozuna finger injury gut-punch to the Braves. Also, Betting on the Bases, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Diamond Dust.
Guest: WKYC Cleveland Sports Anchor and former ESPN Host Jay Crawford discusses the Indians battling for the AL Central lead, and why Cleveland dodged a bullet by letting Francisco Lindor walk.
Despite getting a win over the Suns, Colin believes the Lakers should be losing this playoff series if this one thing was different. He explains why the Clippers still don’t have what it takes to win a NBA Championship even with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Plus, former NFL QB Alex Smith joins the show to talk about his comeback from a near-career ending injury, Urban Meyer transitioning to the NFL and what he makes of the Aaron Rodgers situation with the Packers front office.
Colin discusses game two between the Lakers and Suns
The Clippers keep making excuses
Aaron Rodgers wasn't the only player to not show up to OTAs
More on the lack of communication between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers
Why a lot of players agree with Rodgers' issues with Green Bay
Guest: Alex Smith
Colin discusses the Wednesday NBA playoff games
It's unlikely the Packers will fire their GM for Rodgers
Guest: Sam Amick
After Aaron Rodgers spoke about his relationship with the Packers, Colin explains why this has evolved into an unsalvageable situation. He identifies which NBA team in the playoffs right now is clearly a mirage based on their past “success”. He also has bad news for Packer fans and the reality they are facing when it comes to contending for another Super Bowl. Plus, 2x All Pro running back Christian McCaffrey joins the show to talk about his new QB Sam Darnold and his versatility as a receiver in today’s NFL.
Aaron Rodgers doubling down on not playing for the Packers
The Heat may be one hit wonders
Guest: Sarah Kustok
More on Aaron Rodgers' issues with the Packers
Packers should go get Julio Jones
Are the Clippers in trouble?
Guests: Greg Jennings, Marques Johnson
Colin discusses which NBA teams should be worried in the playoffs
Guest: Christian McCaffrey
In this episode, John reacts to Phil Mickelson's unexpected PGA Championship win at 50, and how his health evolution is similar to the evolution of the NFL culture. He also looks at how the new one-time college football transfer rule is a game-changer, and discusses the biggest headlines from Monday, including Julio Jones declaring he's leaving the Falcons on Undisputed. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Despite losing game 1 of the playoffs, Colin explains why Laker fans shouldn't be worried about their match up with the Phoenix Suns. He does have bad news for one NBA team that lost the first game of their playoff series and why we could see a big upset early this postseason. He also tells you why he was right about Phil Mickelson and wrong about Chris Paul. Plus, 16 year NBA veteran Derek Harper joins the show to discuss the Mavericks potentially upsetting the Clippers and if the Lakers are in trouble dropping game 1 to the Suns.
Anthony Davis had a bad game but the Lakers should still win the series
Knicks-Hawks should be a long series
Colin gives his thoughts on the issues with the Clippers
The face of the NBA has to be able to shoot well
Guest: Derek Harper
More on the Lakers-Suns series
Colin's new face bracket for the NBA playoffs
Guest: Bill Oram
In this episode, John discusses the compromises coaches have to make in the new world of OTA's as the players and the league continue to battle it out, why the new era of slotted rookie deals has been good for the overall NFL product, why the Tebow signing has been a home run as a publicity stunt, and how Bruce Arians and Brady have prolonged each other's careers. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin explains why we should expect this star studded NBA title contender to struggle in the postseason and why another team with championship hopes is likely to implode. Despite being a huge fan of LeBron James, he explains why it’s time for him to stop being so dramatic. He also believes this NFL player is clearly taking over the league and the face of a franchise despite not playing in almost a decade. Plus, new Hall of Fame inductee Chris Webber joins the show to preview the NBA playoffs before they officially begin.
We haven't seen the Nets under pressure yet
The Clippers may reboot everything if they underachieve again in the playoffs
People are exaggerating LeBron James' ankle injury
Tim Tebow fans will be irrational if Trevor Lawrence struggles early
NBA playoff matchups and predictions
Guest: Chris Webber
More on the start of the NBA playoffs
Guests: Jim Irsay, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, Doug concludes his two part interview with George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English by discussing the LeBron/Steph play-in thriller, when he finally bought into an unselfish philosophy as a player, his transition to coaching under Frank Haith at Tulsa, Tad Boyle at Colorado, Rick Barnes at Tennessee and his head coaching philosophy as he heads into his first year as the man at George Mason. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin pushes back against the Laker-doubters after their impressive win over the Warriors in the NBA “play in game” to secure their place in the playoffs. He argues that LeBron’s clutch 3 pointer late in the game was clearly skill, not luck. He talks about Steph Curry’s status in the Bay Area and why it could be time for him to find a new contender in the near future.
Colin discusses the Lakers-Warriors play-in game last night
LeBron James' late three point shot wasn't luck
Steph Curry should considering leaving the Warriors
Guest: Chris Haynes
A great deal of Tim Tebow fans are ridiculous
Coaches need to learn to adapt to changes in the game
Colin gives grades to the NBA playoff teams
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses the latest no-hitter in a season that is currently on an all-time record pace, Tony La Russa's salty reaction to Yermin Mercedes 3-0 home run in a blowout win, why Angels superstar Shohei Ohtani is making the case for a massive two-way payday, Also, Betting on the Bases, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Diamond Dust.
Guests: Longtime former MLB Pitcher Edwin Jackson on this season's record no-hitter pace, his unconventional no-no, and his take on unwritten rules. Mariners Play-by-Play Announcer Dave Sims on calling two no-hitters in two weeks, and 6 no-no's in his career.
Colin analyzes Russell Westbrook coming up short in the NBA play-in game and why this is par for the course based on what we’ve seen from Westbrook since Kevin Durant left for Golden State. He defends Celtics head coach Brad Stevens from those saying Boston has underachieved based on some questionable front office moves. He also reveals his NBA stars – NFL quarterback comparisons before the playoffs officially begin. Plus, professional trainer Tim Grover joins the show to talk about working with Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant and how that differs from his newest client Russell Wilson.
Colin discusses the start of the NBA playoffs
Russell Westbrook is not a good playoff player
Anthony Davis is going to age poorly at the worst time
The 49ers can keep a secret
If the Clippers don't at least make the conference finals
The Lakers-Warriors play-in game tonight
Guests: Enes Kanter, Don Woike
Colin predicts when the 1st round rookie QBs will get their first win
Guest: Tim Grover
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On today's episode, Jason kicks things off by sharing his thoughts on Jayson Tatum's 50-point performance in the Boston Celtics' play-in victory over the Washington Wizards. Tatum has a ton of Kobe Bryant to his game, and given what we've seen from him in the postseason the past few years, it's hard to make a case as him being anything lower than the third best player in the NBA right now under the age of 30. He's that good. With Tatum running the show, don't be surprised to see the Celtics put a scare in the Brooklyn Nets in round 1. Later, Jason does a quick breakdown of the rest of the playoff field and explains why he likes the Portland Trail Blazers to upset presumptive MVP Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets in round 1. Finally, Locked on Lakers podcast host Andy Kamenetzky swings by to discuss his time covering Kwame Brown in Los Angeles and his overall reaction to Kwame's recent string of social media videos, how concerned Lakers fans should be about LeBron James' ankle injury, why he wouldn't be surprised to see Anthony Davis play most of the play-in game against the Golden State Warriors if he has to, how the Lakers have been able to mostly corral Steph Curry in their 3 regular season meetings this year, why he doesn't view the Utah Jazz or the Phoenix Suns as 'scary' at all given how poorly each team matches up with LeBron and Anthony Davis, the notion that the Los Angeles Clippers tanked to avoid the Lakers early in the postseason and if could actually work out for them, why some Lakers fans are still mad about the team trading away Eddie Jones so they could eventually acquire Kobe Bryant, and much more!
Colin reacts to legendary Packers general manager Ron Wolf criticizing today’s superstar quarterbacks in the NFL and why he’s completely wrong. He argues in favor of LeBron James’ greatness and why his latest accomplishment is further proof of that. He also shares his top 5 players under the most pressure entering the NBA playoffs. Plus, former Cowboys LB Sean Lee joins the show to tell Colin when he knew QB Dak Prescott was special.
Aaron Rodgers is not a diva, he just wants help
LeBron James could score more if he wanted to
What would the Packers get if they traded Aaron Rodgers?
The top 5 NBA players that have the most to lose in the playoffs
Ranking the NFL starting QBs
Guests: Sean Lee, Bruce Gradkowski
The Niners did a good job not letting information leak
Colin gives his NBA playoff predictions
Guest: John Lynch
In this episode, John explains why Urban Meyer's decision to play Travis Etienne at wide receiver is just the latest in a series of early head scratchers to start his NFL career, the bare minimum teams are looking for in rookie mini camp, and why Najee Harris' comments about having more free time in the NFL than Alabama is a problem that many rookies can't handle. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin explains why the Clippers are clearly still scared of the Lakers based on how they finished the season. He proclaims Steph Curry as the greatest shooter of all time after another impressive season from the 2-time MVP. He also tells you why he was wrong about James Harden and right about Tim Tebow. Plus, Warriors insider Marcus Thompson joins the show to talk about the Warriors preparing for the playoffs and if Kevin Durant is happier now in Brooklyn.
The Clippers did their best to avoid the Lakers
Steph Curry is the greatest shooter of all time
For some reason teams will avoid Aaron Rodgers next season
The latest news on Aaron Rodgers
Guest: LeRoy Butler
Guest: Marcus Thompson
In this episode, Doug is joined by George Mason Head Basketball Coach Kim English, who discusses his Baltimore hoops background, his grandfather's influence, transferring to four different high schools, his battle to overcome a childhood stutter, playing under Mike Anderson and Frank Haith, trying to stick it in the NBA, and his overseas experience. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
The effect of the NFL's 17 game regular season games
How serious was Tom Brady's surgery
QB Trey Lance should sit
Reasons why QB Aaron Rodgers will stay in Green Bay
Guest: Christian Fauria
Tom Brady’s offseason surgery and what it means
Christian Fauria: 2x Super Bowl Champion, WEEI Host
Why sitting Trey Lance for year 1 is the right call
Aaron Rodgers Packers & Denying the trade
Randy Mueller: Former NFL GM
The #1 thing everyone is missing about the NFL right now
Brady Revenger Game / Surgery RESET
Rick Stroud: Buccaneers Insider Tampa Bay Times
Best for last: Top 10 sitcoms
In this episode, John looks ahead to the Brady/Belichick blockbuster regular season matchup, looks at the loaded AFC, discusses the biggest question marks heading into the 2021 NFL season, and if the Pac-12 can make a comeback from irrelevance under new leadership. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin goes all in on the release of the NFL regular season schedule and why there are 2 teams that clearly benefitted from the structure of their schedule. He explains why all signs are showing you Aaron Rodgers will stay with the Packers despite all the offseason drama. He also tells us which QB in the NFC should already be in the MVP spotlight. Plus, National Champion and former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops joins the show to talk about joining the Big Noon Kickoff Crew and previewing the college football season.
The NFL teams that have the toughest schedule this season
More proof Packers QB Jordan Love isn't ready
There's a good chance QB Aaron Rodgers is staying in Green Bay
Despite being favored in every game, the Bucs will not go undefeated this season
Colin discusses the NFL teams that are rebuilding
Is the Aaron Rodgers drama with the Packers fixable?
Guests: Peter Schrager, Eric Mangini
How does the NFL come up with its schedule?
Guests: Bob Stoops, Michael Mulvihill
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses the likely coming relocation of the Oakland A's, why the overload of no-hitters is making them less special, and why it's probably the end of the line for Albert Pujols, following his Angels release. Also, Betting on the Bases, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Diamond Dust.
Guests: Author Rocco Constantino discusses his new book detailing the history of African Americans throughout the history of Major League Baseball. MLB.com writer Mark Feinsand on the Jacob DeGrom's arm issues, if Shohei Ohtani can win the MVP, the best fits if the and when the Rockies move SS Trevor Story, and where the A's could end up if they leave Oakland.
In this episode, Doug gets together with former Oklahoma State teammates Desmond Mason, Adrian Peterson, Brian Montonati to share memories and stories about their former coach Eddie Sutton as the Basketball Hall of Fame prepares to induct him posthumously this weekend. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin shares his excitement about the release of the NFL schedule by highlighting his favorite games from week 1 and why the NFL continues to separate itself from other pro leagues. He points out the main difference between the Lakers and the Knicks as we gear up for the playoffs. He tosses the old fashion and overly complex “QB Tiers” by putting each NFL QB into 2 very simple categories. Plus, former Washington tight end Chris Cooley joins the show to tell Colin if Tim Tebow really has a chance to succeed after not playing in the NFL for almost a decade.
The NFL has released their new schedule
What we learned from Lakers-Knicks last night
Tim Tebow doesn't have the experience to play TE
The NFL knows how to make a schedule
The Lakers are built for the playoffs
Guests: John Fox, Ric Bucher
Colin discusses which NFL team's schedules he's the most interested in
Guest: Chris Cooley
Colin reacts to Tim Tebow's return to the NFL and why we should all be highly skeptical of his chances to succeed after not playing in the league for 8 years. He talks about Russell Westbrook's record breaking night and why this turned out to be "on brand" for the former MVP. He also warns the Green Bay Packers about where they could be headed if the run Aaron Rodgers out of town. Plus, Vikings WR Justin Jefferson joins the show to talk about their reported interest in drafting a new QB to replace Kirk Cousins.
The Jaguars are making a mistake bringing in Tim Tebow
The game Russell Westbrook broke the triple double record was on brand
The repercussions of the Packers possibly losing Aaron Rodgers
More on Tim Tebow signing with the Jaguars
Dolphins HC Brian Flores says he hasn't lost confidence in Tua
The Packers are trapped if Jordan Love has a long way to go
Guests: Chris Broussard, Justin Jefferson
Colin describes the NFC teams in three words
In this episode, John give his thoughts on Tim Tebow re-uniting with Urban Meyer in Jacksonville and discusses NFL players falling in line for OTA's after pushback from high profile players, the constant dilemma of taking talented players with character issues and team chemistry, the biggest factors that determine schedule strength in the first 17-game season. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin is ready to welcome the Knicks back into relevancy and why it finally feels different for the first time in years. With all of the rumors about where Aaron Rodgers could end up, he explains why 1 destination is a bad fit and another makes a lot of sense. He also tells you why he was wrong about LeBron James and right about Kirk Cousins. Plus, Colin talks to Packers WR Davante Adams to find out what he knows about Rodgers’ unhappiness in Green Bay.
The Knicks are overachievers
Baker Mayfield is the right fit for the Browns
Aaron Rodgers might work out in Denver
The Clippers have a hard time scoring in the clutch
More on Aaron Rodgers possibly leaving Green Bay for Denver
Guests: Davante Adams, Mark Schlereth
Tim Tebow is signing with the Jaguars
Colin describes AFC teams in three words
Colin reacts to Anthony Davis suffering another injury and what this means for the Lakers championship hopes with LeBron James still on the sidelines as well. He lays out a solution for the Packers to fix their relationship with disgruntled QB Aaron Rodgers. Plus, one of Rodgers’ former teammates AJ Hawk joins the show to separate fact from fiction regarding the reported disconnect between the reigning MVP and the Green Bay front office.
Anthony Davis can't stay healthy because he doesn't take care of his body
The Packers need to admit they made mistakes
Does Aaron Rodgers feel trapped?
Guest: AJ Hawk
Can the rift between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers be fixed?
James Harden's game is built for the regular season
Who leaked the Rodgers story?
Will Aaron Rodgers go the Carson Palmer route?
Guests: T. J. Houshmandzadeh, Jason McIntyre
In the second part of a two-part interview, Doug continues his conversation with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his NBA Summer League experience, good, bad and ugly overseas stories, the D-League grind, why he called it quits and how he decided to transition into broadcasting. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
In this episode, John looks at the reality of the Aaron Rodgers/Packers standoff and the likely anti-climactic endgame. He also explains why the viral video of disagreement in the Eagles war room is being blown out of proportion, the reality about internal draft board debates, and why the media's opinion about late round draft value is irrelevant. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin looks at the inevitable divorce between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and why he's falling in line with other all-time great quarterbacks at this point in their careers. He believes this team is clearly the leader in the Rodgers sweepstakes and should be driving a hard bargain to land the 3x MVP. He also explains why Kevin Durant is starting to have a career similar to Wilt Chamberlin. Plus, Bears head coach Matt Nagy joins the show to talk about drafting QB Justin Fields and when he will take over as the team's full time starter.
Eventually teams will be looking to replace their QB no matter how great they are
Aaron Rodgers needs to make sure he wins the trade
Kevin Durant will be remembered for not winning enough titles
Why Colin thinks it's a bad idea for the Packers to fire their GM
The process of the Bears getting Justin Fields
Guest: Matt Nagy, Mike Silver
Which QBs would Colin take over Aaron Rodgers?
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob gives his take on the resurgence of Gio Stanton in New York, the Blue Jays finally returning home to Toronto, and the Dodgers' unexpected recent slump. Also, Fair or Foul, Betting on the Bases, Pocket Protector Stat of the Week, Diamond Dust.
Guests: Former MLB Player and Manager Rod Allen discusses the Mets firing hitting coach Chili Davis, the Royals surprise start, and if Shohei Ohtani can sustain his two-way stardom for the entire season.
Yankees Beat Writer Erik Boland discusses Gio Stanton's recent tear, what's wrong with Gary Sanchez, and Aroldis Chapman's dominance.
In the first part of a two-part interview, Doug talks with former Wisconsin star center Brian Butch about his Wisconsin hoops upbringing, what it's like dominating high school ball as a 7-footer, getting recruited as a McDonald's All-American, his growth at Wisconsin, running into a Step Curry buzzsaw in the NCAA Tourney, and trying to find his footing as a pro. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin discusses the latest drama in Aaron Rodgers’ campaign to leave the Packers and why this is starting to remind him of the Royal Family. He has an interesting thought on how the 49ers can get the most out of QB Jimmy Garoppolo before transitioning to 1st round pick Trey Lance. He also explains the chain reaction that rippled throughout the NFC after Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers. Plus, Nick Wright from FS1 joins the show to give his thoughts on the potential Packers-Rodgers break up and his surprise NBA MVP.
More proof Aaron Rodgers is done with the Green Bay Packers
The Niners handled their QB issue differently than the Packers
Tom Brady is the gold standard for the NFC
More on Aaron Rodgers' issues with Packers GM Brian Glutekunst
Guests: Sam Acho, Tyler Dunne
The issues some teams face with star players
Colin takes a crack at some throwback trivia
Colin dissects the eroding relationship between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and why this all boils down to trust. He argues in favor of this NFL team’s draft pick and why it’s already obvious they made the right choice. After the draft and free agency, Colin unveils his first Herd Hierarchy of 2021. Plus, he talks to Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw about Rodgers and how superstar quarterbacks are treated in today’s NFL.
The trust has been lost between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers
The 49ers locker room might not have accepted Mac Jones
Terry Bradshaw's comments on the Aaron Rodgers situation
Colin's new Herd Hierarchy: New NFL rankings
More on Terry Bradshaw's comments about Aaron Rodgers
Are the Lakers really in trouble?
Guest: Terry Bradshaw, Chris Broussard
Colin gives some NFL predictions for next season
Guest: Rashawn Slater
In this episode, John explains why the reality TV aspect of the NFL Draft is making it more popular every year, what separates a draftable red flag player from an undraftable one, and gives his takes on the top headlines coming out of draft weekend. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Following the NFL draft, Colin hands out his NFL offseason awards where he gives high praise to teams that excelled in both free agency and the draft. He discusses the developing disconnect between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and why there’s one key factor that will determine how much longer Rodgers is in Green Bay. He also tells you where he was right about the 49ers and wrong about LeBron James. Plus, NFL insider Albert Breer joins the show to explain why the Packers and Rodgers are at odds over their future together.
How Colin grades the NFL Draft for each team
The Packers will be fine IF Jordan Love can play
The Jets need to be patience
The Cowboys had a weird draft
The Lakers aren't getting the breaks this season and LeBron is getting old
Colin gives his NFL Draft awards
In this episode, John reacts to the Aaron Rodgers bombshell news that he doesn't want ever suit up for the Packers today , and if there's any way to salvage the relationship. He also gives his top takeaways from rounds 1-3 of the 2021 NFL Draft, including who got the best value, and his thoughts on the first round QB's!
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Colin goes all in on the NFL draft: explains why he loves the 49ers taking North Dakota State QB Trey Lance and the Bears making a big move to land Ohio State QB Justin Fields. He addresses Aaron Rodgers wanting out of Green Bay and why Colin understands his frustration. Find out which moves he didn’t like from the first round. Plus, former Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff joins the show to breakdown the best picks from the first round.
The 49ers did the right thing drafting Trey Lance and keeping Jimmy Garoppolo
The Bears finally have a QB and hope
Aaron Rodgers showed how petty he really is
Colin discusses which draft picks he didn't like
More on Aaron Rodgers and where he could end up
Guests: Joel Klatt, Greg Jennings
Recap of the first round of the NFL Draft
What goes on in the NFL Draft room?
Guests: Thomas Dimitroff, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, Doug continues hos conversation with Tremaine Fowlkes on his NBA experience playing for a bad Clippers team during the Shaq/Kobe era, winning a title as a reserve on the 2004 Pistons title team, his experience playing for the Pacers after the roster was decimated from the 'Malice in the Palace' brawl, and what he's pursuing in his post-hoop life. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
On the day of the NFL draft, Colin wants to know exactly what the Patriots are going to do to address their hole at quarterback and if it will be a young prospect or try to reunite with Jimmy Garoppolo. He points out the one Super Bowl contender he thinks has a great chance to take the next step after the draft. He also has his final mock draft of the year. Plus, former scout and analyst Daniel Jeremiah joins the show to preview the entire first round one last time!
The Patriots might go after Jimmy Garoppolo, but they may be ready for a rebuild
What the Packers should do in the draft
The Niners should just keep Jimmy G
Guest: Jay Glazer
Colin's last NFL mock draft
More NFL Draft day scenarios and rumors
Guests: Daniel Jeremiah, Drew Bledsoe
Tim Tebow has reached out to the Jaguars
Some teams have sent trade offers for Aaron Rodgers
Guest: Bill Polian
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks at George Springer's much anticipated Blue Jays debut, Bryce Harper's hot start, and why Fernando Tatis, Jr. may be the best young MLB star since Ken Griffey, Jr. Also, Fair or Foul, Betting on the Bases,
Guests: Former Major Leaguer and A's Analyst Bib Roberts discusses the A's scratching back from a slow start to lead the AL West. Author Andrew Maranniss discusses his new book about MLB's first openly gay player, Glenn Burke .
Colin discussions all the options the 49ers have with the #3 overall pick and why there’s clearly one quarterback prospect that would be the best choice. He lays out a scenario that leads to Bill Belichick and the Patriots landing their franchise quarterback of the future in the draft. He also reacts to some NFL breaking news and updates his latest mock draft. Plus, Nick Wright joins the show to dispel the idea that LeBron ruined the NBA with “Super Teams.”
Colin discusses what the 49ers should do with the third pick in the NFL draft and how the gap between Trey Lance and Mac Jones is narrowing. Nick Wright joins the show to talk about the NFL draft and Dr. J snubbing LeBron James
Colin discusses his mock draft and what could happen with several quarterbacks as the draft approaches with Greg Cosell. TJ Houshmandzadeh joins the show to share his thoughts on the upcoming NFL Draft.
Colin reacts to Teddy Bridgewater being traded to the Denver Broncos and explains how it will change the draft. Jordan Palmer shares his thoughts on the Bridgewater trade and if Justin Field or Trey Lance will be a fit for the Patriots. And Andy Ruiz joins the show to discuss his upcoming fight with Chris Arreola.
In this episode, Doug talks with former Fresno State star and 2004 NBA champion Tremaine Fowlkes on his L.A. hoops upbringing, his recollections of the '92 L.A. riots, transferring from Cal to Fresno State and Jerry Tarkanian, and breaking into the NBA. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
As we approach the NFL draft Colin looks at the top quarterback prospects and why teams in the NFL have a much different view on players when compared to the NBA. He points out the biggest difference between Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers and why Brady has had more success in the NFL. He also defends Lamar Jackson from the ridiculous criticism he receives despite his success in the league. Plus, former OL Geoff Schwartz joins the show in studio to breakdown the top lineman prospects and has serious questions about the 49ers taking Mac Jones at 3rd overall.
If the 49ers draft Mac Jones it's because of fear
Look for the Niners to trade Jimmy G soon
Tom Brady takes care of his body and is always restructuring his contract
People need to realize there isn't a perfect player or coach
Colin discusses the latest NFL Draft scenarios and rumors
The process when athletes are waiting to be drafted
Baker Mayfield probably should've kept those comments to himself
Guest: Geoff Schwartz
In this episode, John kicks off Draft Week by looking at why teams are so willing to move up and take risks on drafting quarterbacks with a high risk factor, why the Chiefs are being aggressive to upgrade Patrick Mahomes' protection. He also puts out his First Round Top 10 Mock Draft and answers listener questions in Middlekauff's Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin points out the teams ahead of the NFL draft that can improve the most based on making a big move to trade up. He thinks the Dolphins are making a mistake by sticking with Tua Tagovailoa as their franchise quarterback when they have the chance to take a star prospect in the draft. He also tells you why he was right about Baker Mayfield but wrong about Mike Tomlin. Plus, NFL insider Peter Schrager joins the show for the FINAL live mock draft of 2021!
The Patriots are rumored to be moving up in the draft to get a QB
Will the Dolphins draft a QB at number 6?
Nobody knows what the 49ers are going to do in the draft
Colin talks about where he was right and wrong
Colin's latest NFL mock draft
Colin discusses the latest NFL Draft rumors
Guest: Bruce Gradkowski
Colin reacts to the Browns picking up Baker Mayfield’s 5th year option and why this means Mayfield still has a lot to prove this season. He defends Trevor Lawrence from the recent criticism as the NFL is now less than a week away. He shares some unfortunate news for Broncos fans as it looks like they are back in the market for a franchise quarterback. Plus, Super Bowl champion QB Drew Brees joins the show to tell Colin how he made it in the NFL despite being undersized.
Colin talks about Baker Mayfield's situation in Cleveland. He also says he doesn't need a QB who is too smart on his team. And NFL Analyst Chris Simms drops by.
Newly retired NFL QB Drew Brees joins Colin to talk about his amazing career and what's next. The Man-Genius, Eric Mangini drops in to break down the NFL Draft. And Colin compares the current NFL Draft prospects to Academy Award winning movies.
Former Stanford Head Football Coahc, David Shaw joins Colin to break down the NFL Draft. And Jason McIntyre leaves us with "Tomorrow's Headlines Today."
In this episode, John sits down with 2009 #7 overall pick Darius Heyward-Bey looks back at his college recruitment, why he chose Maryland, deciding to turn pro, inside the agent selection process, his life-changing NFL combine performance, why he thinks he could have run faster than his 4.30 40, the draft day surprise of getting picked #7 by the Raiders, meeting Al Davis, the chaos at the time in Oakland, why it was important for him to become a key role player with the Steelers.
Colin breaks down the NFL Draft and lays out why it’s clear 1 of the top prospects is going to end up busting despite being compared to one of the all-time greats. He discusses the NBA playoffs with Anthony Davis expected to return from injury and why AD needs LeBron more than you think. He takes aim at anonymous NFL scouts for criticizing Trevor Lawrence when he’s clearly the best QB prospect in years. Plus, Ryen Russillo from The Ringer joins the show to tell Colin why he’s dead wrong about Anthony Davis.
Zach Wilson will not have an easy time in the NFL
The Lakers are still the best team in the NBA
Quarterbacks in the NFL don't really play well under pressure
Why Colin can't stand it when an athlete is called a "winner"
Colin discusses how Justin Fields having epilepsy will affect him in the NFL Draft
Guests: T. J. Houshmandzadeh, Bruce Feldman
The latest edition of Buy, Sell, or Hold
Why you should always play to your strengths
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses Gary Sheffield's recent comments that he doesn't watch baseball today, Francisco Lindor's early struggles with the Mets, and the MLB player reaction to the George Floyd verdict. Also, Fair or Foul, Betting on the Bases,
Guests: 1990 World Series Champ Herm Winningham on the '90 Reds run, his experience playing in Montreal for the Expos, and why he doesn't enjoy watching today's MLB. Dodgers Reporter David Vassegh on if the Dodgers can break the all-time wins record, Mookie Betts injury scare, and Trevor Bauer's dominant start to his Dodgers career.
In this episode, Doug touches on l Anthony Davis' return, pushes back on Steph Curry hate , and is joined by former Knicks and Grizzlies Head Coach David Fizdale joins the pod - for the second installment of a two part interview . He recounts his climb up the NBA assistant coaching ranks working with Mike Woodson in Atlanta, and rejoining Spoelstra in Miami with the Heat, LeBron's Decision, what happened inside the devastating 2012 Mavs Finals loss, the Game 6 Ray Allen miracle in 2013, and his relationship with LeBron. He also looks back at his head coaching break with the Grizzlies, his clashes with Marc Gasol, what he would do differently, and what he sees in his future. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin shares the latest insight on the top QB prospects ahead of the draft and why he starting to buy in on Mac Jones as the 49ers selection at 3rd overall. Find out which top team in the NBA right now Colin thinks is “unlikable”. He also shares his latest mock draft as everything is starting to become clearer for the top 5 picks. Plus, Joel Klatt joins the show defending Heisman Trophy winner Devonta Smith’s potential to translate to the NFL.
The 49ers could win now with Mac Jones
James Harden's injury is bad news for the Nets
Colin gives his reasons why he feels Zach Wilson will be a bust
Colin's new NFL mock draft
There's a story that Bill Belichick was looking to leave the Patriots
When you can tell if a rookie will be a hit in the NFL
What makes a player Hall of Fame worthy?
Guests: Bill Romanowski, Chris Hogan
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on the James Harden now being out indefinitely after suffering a setback in rehab for his hamstring injury. It's looking more and more likely that we won't see the Brooklyn Nets Big 3 together again until the playoffs. If they're all back by the second round, would that be enough time for them to gel and make a run at a championship? Heck, without Harden, are we sure that the Nets even get out of the first round if they ending facing the Miami Heat? Later, Warren Sharp from Sharp Football Analysis swings by to discuss how a focus on analytics helped him get his foot in the NFL media door, how he's able to navigate smokescreens leading up to the NFL Draft and why it's so important to identify reporters with a history of correct prognostications, why some around the league believe that 2022 Draft capital is more valuable than 2021 Draft capital, why he values Florida TE Kyle Pitts higher than any wide receiver available in the NFL Draft, why he's betting on Alabama WR Jaylen Waddle going ahead of his more heralded teammate Devonta Smith, why he's skeptical that Mac Jones would be worth all the draft capital that the San Francisco 49ers spent to move up to #3, and much more!
After another huge night from Steph Curry, Colin explains why he hasn’t been impressed with the offensive outbursts we’ve seen around the NBA. He discusses the career of one young quarterback in the NFL and why the more we see of him, the less we like. He also shares his controversial list of top 5 NBA MVP candidates. Plus, Florida head coach Dan Mullen joins the show to talk about his experience coaching Kyle Pitts and Dak Prescott.
Steph Curry is having big games against lousy defenses
The Broncos are most likely moving away from Drew Lock
Mike Tomlin has never lost the locker room
Colin discusses his top 5 NBA players who should be considered for MVP
Guests: Dan Mullen, Ric Bucher
Stories are leaking about what the Falcons will do with their first round pick
In this episode, John discusses the continued debate surrounding Trevor Lawrence's love of football, shares some draft nuggets he's focusing with a week until the Jags are on the clock. He also tips the cap to Alex Smith after his retirement announcement and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
In this episode, Doug reflects on Baylor taking it to Gonzaga in the national championship game, and is joined by former Knicks and Grizzlies Head Coach David Fizdale joins the pod - in the first of a two part interview - to discuss his L.A. hoops upbringing, playing college ball at San Diego, and how he got his big break as a video assistant with the Heat, and the time he sent Pat Riley home with a blank VHS scouting tape. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
Colin reacts to Kevin Durant suffering another injury and why this further solidifies his doubts about the Nets being a championship contender this year. He lobbies for one team in the top 5 to draft TE Kyle Pitts despite everyone calling for them to take a quarterback. He tells you why he was right about the Lakers and wrong about the Knicks. Plus, 2-time Super Bowl Champion Jimmy Johnson joins the show to share some insight on preparing for the NFL Draft.
Kevin Durant can't seem to stay healthy
There's a rumor that the 49ers are looking at two people in the upcoming NFL Draft
Why are stories all of a sudden leaking about the Niners?
The Nets have chemistry concerns
What to expect in the first round of the NFL Draft
Guests: Chris Broussard, Bucky Brooks
More news on the NFL Draft
Jimmy Johnson was a trendsetter when it came to NFL trades
Guests: Jimmy Johnson, Torrey Smith
Colin explains why he’s not buying into the Mac Jones hype heading into the draft and why Justin Fields deserves more praise. He shares an idea for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in order to land more star players and win another Super Bowl. He lays out a harsh reality for one NFL team that thinks they are building a contender. Plus, QB coach John Beck joins the show to analyze the top prospects in the draft.
Scouting before the NFL draft is showing us that people see what they want to see
The Packers don't seem to want to make Aaron Rodgers happy
Sam Darnold was poorly coached in New York
More on the QB class of the upcoming NFL draft
Guests: Ric Bucher, John Beck
How NFL teams are ranking this QB class
Guests: Eric Mangini, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John discusses Trevor Lawrence's recent comments that have some calling his commitment into question, if they're a red flag, the bottom line on Julian Edelman's Hall of Fame case. He also gives his take on recent reports of dysfunction inside the Eagles, the case for OTA's for players and the league, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin puts a group of NFL quarterbacks under the spotlight and labels them the “Pressure Club” entering the 2021 season. He has no issue with Trevor Lawrence’s comments about life without football and why he can still be a great quarterback in the NFL. He casts doubt on the championship hopes of 1 NBA team after noticing something in a narrow loss last night. Plus, LaVar Arrington joins the show to tell Colin how much of an impact Jadeveon Clowney will have on the Browns and their Super Bowl chances.
With all the talent the Browns have, they should win at least 13 games
You don't always need to have a chip on your shoulder
Colin's thoughts on Justin Fields getting the most criticism of the QB class
The Nets might be like the Clippers from last season
Which NFL teams actually need a QB in the draft
Guest: Jermichael Finley, Kyle Trask
Colin discusses which NFL players are Hall of Fame worthy
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob looks at the significance of Jackie Robinson Day, if Padres slugger Fernando Tatis, Jr. is returning too soon from a dislocated left shoulder, why Trevor Bauer has been better than average for the Dodgers. Also, the Analytic Stat of the Day, Betting on the Bases, and Foul or Fair.
Guests: 7-time All-Star Dave Parker discusses his new book Cobra, his favorite teams, and what he feels was his signature moment. MLBBro.com writer David Grubb discusses the launch of the new website covering black and brown major leaguers, and the early season explosion of Byron Buxton.
After months of doubt, Colin finally realizes why one of the fastest rising prospects in the NFL is destined to land in the top 3. He discusses the Brooklyn Nets as they dominate the East but explains why he has his doubts about their championship hopes. Plus, Fox Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt joins the show to break down the top prospects ahead of the NFL draft.
You can tell the Niners believe in their system
The Nets defense isn't good enough to win a title
The Falcons are giving the illusion of interest
It makes sense for the Lakers to rest AD and LeBron as much as they can
QB Justin Fields is more accurate than people think
Guests: Joel Klatt, Kevin O'Connor
Colin discusses the QB class in the upcoming NFL draft
Guests: Brian Billick, Bill Burr
Colin talks about Julian Edelman announcing his retirement and why he belongs in the Hall of Fame. He takes a look at the NFL draft to determine which of the quarterbacks expected to be drafted in the top 10 will have the most success. He also tells you which team is destined to fail in 2021 based on who they hired at head coach. Plus, Pro Bowl WR TJ Houshmandzadeh joins the show to tell Colin if Edelman should make the Hall of Fame.
Colin strongly believes Julian Edelman should be in the Hall of Fame
Will the Niners draft QB Mac Jones?
Which NFL teams will have the most wins?
He probably wont get in, but Julian Edelman should be in the Hall of Fame
The Eagles have a history of getting rid of good head coaches
Colin gives some NFL regular season predictions
In this episode, John explains why he has questions about Zach Wilson to the Jets, why he's not buying Mac Jones to the Niners, and some other Draft predictions with two weeks out. He also looks at how Panthers OC Joe Brady and Sam Darnold can change each others NFL fortunes. why things look worse and worse for Deshaun Watson as more information comes out, and the pros and cons of the Rams skipping college pro days, He also gives his thoughts on Julian Edelman retiring, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin discusses quarterback prospect Zach Wilson and why creating your own chaos is detrimental to success in the NFL, not a strength. He thinks the media is falling for the same mistake by choosing a finesse offense over a tough defense when analyzing the NBA championship contenders. Colin explains why he was right about LeBron James and the Lakers and why he was wrong about QB Teddy Bridgewater. Plus, Albert Breer joins the show to Colin what’s going on between Aaron Rodgers and the Packers front office this offseason.
Some athletes like Aaron Rodgers are addicted to chaos
The Clippers showed us how important chemistry is
Kevin Durant cares more about winning championships than he claims
The Browns should win their division
Colin has his latest NFL mock draft
Colin explains that Tom Brady & Pat Mahomes show us how committed they are to winning while Aaron Rodgers continues to show he's stubborn. Justin Fields continues to receive harsh criticism even though he might be the second best QB in the draft. LeBron James rebuilt the most dysfunctional team in the league while bringing the Lakers to a Championship level. Plus, everything in life including the quality of it has gotten better especially the NBA!
Tom Brady is showing everyone how committed he is, Aaron Rodgers is not
It seems like only one QB is getting nitpicked in this years NFL draft
LeBron James is in a great situation since coming to the Lakers
Colin discusses Draymond Green's comments about the league
Guests: Eric Mangini, Daniel Jeremiah
More on Tiger Woods' car accident and the aftermath
Scouting QBs in the draft
Guests: Jordan Palmer, Jason McIntyre
In this episode, John gives a scout's perspective on pre-draft meetings, building draft boards, and why draft decisions don't necessarily reflect the scouting department's opinions. He also discusses the annual pre-draft misinformation season, why it's incredible fans and media continue to take the same bait every single year, and looks at Deshaun Watson's suddenly uncertain NFL future, and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin doesn't understand the urge to Draft Mac Jones after seeing his present abilities. Washington needs to step on the gas and trade up to number 4 with Atlanta to draft a quarterback. Patriots have shown us all they're irrelevant without Tom Brady. Plus, Bucky Brooks joins Colin for a first round NFL Mock Draft!
The Niners are rumored to be set on drafting Mac Jones
The Cowboys should draft Kyle Pitts
Washington actually has a plan to get a QB in the draft
Colin's thoughts on the disturbing Deshaun Watson story
Guest: Kyle Pitts
Colin discusses possible NFL draft scenarios
Guests: Greg Cosell, Barry Alvarez
Guests: Dave Wannstedt, Bucky Brooks
This week on Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob gives looks at the Angels' Shohei Ohtani's Ruthian start to the season on the mound and at the plate, why Dusty Baker is way off base with his criticism of fans booing his Asterisks, and the hot start from Tigers unheralded rookie Adil Baddoo.
Guests: MLB Network Analyst Harold Reynolds on MLB's decision to remove the All-Star Game from Georgia over the passage of their controversial voting bill, if Shohei Ohtani can keep up his two-way excellence for a full season, and which teams are contenders. MLB Writer Bobby Nightengale looks at the Reds hot start to the year, what's working, and if they can sustain it.
Colin explains Jerry Jones isn't focused on winning, he only cares about not being boring. Aaron Rodgers is creating his own reality keeping Jeopardy on the back burner since Green Bay still isn't invested. Matt Ryan is still a great quarterback; NBA players will be resting a lot more using injuries as "excuses".
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has a fear of being irrelevant
Aaron Rodgers is showing his frustration with the Packers
What will the Atlanta Falcons do in the draft?
James Harden's injury raises some questions
Colin talks about good character guys in the draft
Guests: Steve Beuerlein, Mark Dominik
Did the Panthers give up too much for Sam Darnold?
What to look for when drafting a QB
Guests: Aqib Talib, T. J. Houshmandzadeh
Colin takes a victory lap predicting Sam Darnold heading to Carolina while saying he gets a second chance because of the Jets disfunction. Zach Wilson will have the support needed to succeed in New York with the new acquired draft picks. Aaron Rodgers is an extremely calculated person saying exactly the things he wants to be interpreted. Plus, Colin gives you his new Top 10 Mock NFL Draft picks!
Colin's thoughts on Sam Darnold being traded to the Panthers
Breaking down Baylor's upset win over Gonzaga
Guest: Steve Lavin
Colin's top 10 NFL mock draft
Why teams like the Broncos and Panthers are moving on from their current QBs
More on Baylor's surprise victory over Gonzaga
Colin discusses other surprise upsets in big games
In this episode, John dissects all the sides of the Jets trading Sam Darnold to the Panthers for both teams and defends increasingly polarizing Ohio State QB Justin Fields as the NFL Draft approaches. He also gives his takes on the top headlines from around the league and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
Colin witnessed Gonzaga evolve from a David into Goliath this weekend winning over UCLA. Jalen Suggs benefitted from playing in college, allowing the world to hear his story. Many first round quarterbacks have busted in the NFL, but Trevor Lawrence will hit. Plus, another edition of Where Colin Was Right / Wrong.
Guest : Marcedes Lewis - GB WR
Gonzaga has a chance tonight at immortality
The report on Mac Jones is telling us he's outdated
The percentage of QBs drafted who make it is very small
You need to have an athletic QB in the NFL
Seahawks are looking at WR Antonio Brown
Colin picks which QBs he would rather have for the next 5 years over Trevor Lawrence
Guest: Marcedes Lewis
In this episode, Doug is joined by Gonzaga Assistant Coach Roger Powell who looks back at their semifinal war with UCLA, Jalen Suggs thrilling buzzer beater, why the Bruins were so tough and looks ahead to the matchup against surging Baylor, and his own experience playing in a national championship game with Illinois in 2005.
Hartford Head Coach John Gallagher and Doug dive deep into the X's and O's of the Gonzaga/UCLA semifinal classic, and why the Bruins had more success against the Zags than anyone else this season, They also look ahead to Monday night's championship game, the key matchups, and what Baylor and Gonzaga each need to do to take home the hardware. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
In this episode, John is coming in hot on a Saturday talking NFL Draft. He explains his scouting philosophy when it comes to defining value, the positions where he sees the most first round value, the positions where it pays to wait, why the 2nd and 3rd rounds are where to find max value, and why future picks aren't equal to current ones. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!!
In this episode, Doug talks with UCLA Assistant Coach Michael Lewis about the Bruins' sneaking into the NCAA Tourney, what came together during their unexpected Final Four run and their upcoming matchup with undefeated Gonzaga. Also longtime Pac-12 Assistant Gregg Gottlieb explains what's behind the much maligned Pac-12's tournament resurgence. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts!
In this Best Of The Herd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--lays out San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan's greatest challenge yet. Also, Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera's plan to build a winner. Plus, the New England Patriots' next big move. Finally, two-time NBA champion and former Gonzaga All-American Adam Morrison.
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--explains San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan's greatest challenge yet. Also, former head coach and current college basketball analyst for FOX Sports, Tim Miles chats with Doug about the retirement of North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, Gonzaga's unstoppable run and more. Finally, are the New England Patriots ready to make another big move?
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Doug Gottlieb--in for Colin--examines Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera's master plan for building a winner. Also, John Middlekauff--former NFL Scout and host of the 3 & Out podcast--stops by to discuss team activity and movements prior to the NFL Draft. Plus, Doug touches on Brooklyn Nets power forward Kevin Durant's ugly back-and-forth with comedian Michael Rapaport.