Former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Doug Flutie hosts the all new podcast “Flutie FlakesCast”. You may know Doug from his days tossing Hail Mary’s and scoring touchdowns, but his life is much more than just football. Along with other passions like music, baseball and yeah, surfing, he's been able to travel the globe, catch some huge waves and make incredible memories along the way. Each week, he'll get together with friends from across sports and entertainment to share stories of their adventures and so much more! New episodes are available every Wednesday on the SiriusXM app, Stitcher, Pandora, or wherever you get your podcasts!
We close out another season of the Flutie Flakescast with newly minted Hall of Fame coach Dick Vermeil and reviewing the eventful Super Bowl 56 that was. Find out what obstacles coach Vermeil faced, discovering Kurt Warner and the moment he learned he was heading to the Hall of Fame.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Rams running back Eric Dickerson joins Doug to discuss his new book, give his prediction on the Super Bowl and discuss his playing days. Doug also previews the Super Bowl himself, and discusses why Tom Brady maybe should've waited to announce his retirement.
The great Tom Brady is finally hanging it up after 22 amazing seasons. Doug discusses what it was like to play with his former teammate and the many reasons why now is the perfect time to walk away. PLUS Bengals DT D.J. Reader joins the podcast and talks about what it was like when Evan McPherson nailed the field goal to send the Bengals to the Super Bowl for first time since 1989.
Doug reviews perhaps the greatest divisional round weekend ever, and gives his thoughts on the upcoming NFC and AFC championship game matchups. Plus, Bengals legend Ickey Woods joins the pod to discuss Joe Burrow, the return of the Ickey Shuffle and if the Bengals are going to be great for the next ten years?
Doug is joined is by Hall of Fame running back and his former teammate LaDanian Tomlinson to discuss life after retirement, what it means to be in the HoF and shared some memories with their time together as teammates. Doug also recaps the Super Wild Card Weekend that was.
On the latest edition of the Flutie Flakescast. Doug goes down memory lane with his former coach and 2x Super Bowl winning head coach Tom Coughlin. Tom talks about the Super Bowl XLII run, a memorable phone call he had with the late John Madden and the difficulties and insecurities of coaching. He also discusses his Jay Fund charity, which is in memory of a former player of his that passed away from leukemia. Doug revisists the Chargers/Raiders Sunday night thriller and previews the playoff matchups.
On this episode of the Flutie Flakescast, Doug recaps the Week 16 action, and takes a deep dive into what happened with Antonio Brown walking off the field during the third quarter of the Buccaneers vs. Jets. Doug also looks ahead toward the College Football Playoff National Championship game between Alabama and Georgia with 1982 Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker.
On this week's episode of the Flutie Flakescast Doug pays his respect to the late John Madden. Doug reviews a couple of games including Ian Book's debut against the Dolphins even though he struggled, he still has a ton of potential. The Josh Allen we all saw last week against the Patriots is the Josh Allen that could lead the Bills to a Super Bowl. Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer James Lofton joined Doug to talk all things Packers and the talent at QB in the NFL.
On this week's episode of Flutie Flakescast, Doug breaks down the Buccaneers shutout loss to the Saints and how losing Chris Godwin and Leonard Fournette could hurt the teams' chances to return to the Super Bowl. Former NFL MVP and Cincinnati Bengals Ring of Honor member Ken Anderson joins the show to talk about the AFC North leading Bengals and what the future holds for the squad. Detroit Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown talks about his success with the Lions thus, growing up with a bodybuilding father, his brothers in the NFL and video games.
Doug brings in his fellow Boston College Eagle and 2013 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Luke Kuechly to reminisce about his playing days at BC and with the Carolina Panthers. How is Terrific Tom still doing it? The man is leading the MVP race at 44. Plus, hear Doug's Heisman day story and what happened to the Batmobile?
Doug breaks down a wild week in both College Football and the NFL. Doug is joined by former Heisman Trophy Winner Desmond Howard to talk the College Football Playoff, this year's Heisman Trophy Race & the College Coaching Carousel. Then Doug is joined by 2021 Heisman Trophy Finalist and University of Pittsburgh Quarterback Kenny Pickett to talk about his historic season.
Doug talks Lincoln Riley leaving Oklahoma for USC and Brian Kelly leaving Notre Dame for LSU. Then Doug talks to fellow Heisman Trophy Quarterback and current FOX Sports Analyst Matt Leinart about the Lincoln Riley hire, the 2021 Heisman Race and the College Football Playoff.
Doug looks back at the Hail Flutie on its 37th anniversary before recapping Week 11 in the NFL and discussing the 2021 Heisman race. Then Doug is joined by Boston College Head Coach Jeff Halfley to discuss the Eagles season and the future of the program.
Cam Newton returns to Carolina, Rams and Bucs fall in Week 10 and the College Football Playoff picture gets clearer. Then Doug is joined by former Pro Bowl Quarterback Gus Frerotte to talk about the latest QB situations in the NFL, his career and life after football.
Doug talks about his Red Sox advancing to the ALCS before taking a deep dive into Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson's performance from Week 5. Then, Doug talks with 2002 Heisman Trophy winner and 2021 College Football Hall of Fame inductee Carson Palmer.
Doug recaps Week 4 in the NFL by discussing the Jets beating the Titans, the Justin Fields situation in Chicago and Tom Brady's return to New England. Then, Doug is joined by Pro Football Hall of Famer and former teammate Bruce Smith. All that plus Doug answers your Twitter questions.
Doug tells stories from his weekend back at Boston College and takes the pulse of New England ahead of Tom Brady's return to Gillette Stadium. Then, 2X Super MVP and New York Giants legend Eli Manning joins the show to talk about getting inducted into the Giants Ring of Honor, his Monday Night Football snafu and what goes into throwing a successful Hail Mary.
Doug touches on his biggest takeaways from Week 2, including how athletic quarterbacks are taking over the position from stationary quarterbacks who play predominantly in the pocket. Then, Broncos linebacker Von Miller joins the show to talk about his much anticipated return to football and the Broncos prospects for this season.
Doug goes around the NFL after Week 1. He weighs in on the QB controversy in Chicago, Mac Jones thriving in New England and tries to make sense of the Green Bay Packers. Hall of Fame NFL Executive and SiriusXM NFL Radio host Bill Polian joins the show. Bill tells stories from his legendary career across the CFL, USFL and the NFL.
Doug talks about McKenzie Milton's unlikely return to football as well as how excited he is to see Mac Jones take over the reigns as the Patriots starting QB. Then, the great Joe Willie Namath pops in to talk about this years Jets side, the quality of today's game, his memories of Coach Bear Bryant, and a whole lot more.
Doug weighs in on the start of the college football season and @KirkHerbstreit stops by to discuss how the NIL impacts the NCAA, early contenders for the CFB Playoffs, and his new book! Plus, Doug's shares his adventures on a jet ski from Miami to the Bahamas this summer!
On this episode of the FlakesCast, Doug Flutie is joined by two of his longtime friends: ESPN's Chris Berman and Heisman Trophy Winner Eddie George. He talks to Chris about what's he been up to in semi-retirement, his thoughts on the NFL Draft and how the new QBs will fit with their teams and the legendary story of how he influenced Doug's drop kick. Then Eddie joins the show...or should we call him Coach George....because he's the brand new head coach of the Tennessee State Tigers football program. They discuss why he took that job, what acting and coaching have in common, what's next for the team and Heisman Trophy memories. Doug also gives his thoughts on the Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay and why he loves Mac Jones on the Patriots.
On this episode of The FlakesCast, Doug Flutie starts by giving his thoughts on Julian Edelman's retirement and Trevor Lawrence's comments about his life outside football. Then former Notre Dame QB Ian Book joins the show to discuss his mindset heading into the NFL Draft next week and what he loved about playing for the Irish. Finally, as always, Doug answers your Twitter questions!
On this episode of the FlakesCast, Doug Flutie starts by discussing the Masters over the weekend and gives his thoughts on athletes performing under immense pressure. Then Masters runner up Will Zalatoris joins the show to discuss his play, how much pressure he felt, and...Billy Madison? All of that, plus Doug answers your Twitter questions!
Doug reacted to the New York Jets trading Quarterback Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers. 2007 Heisman Trophy Winner and Former QB Tim Tebow joined the show. We talked about our life away from sports and Urban Meyer's transition to the NFL.
Doug Flutie starts this episode of Flutie FlakesCast talking about all the quarterback pro days going on recently, and why they're flawed ways to evaluate a prospect. Then, Hall of Fame QB Dan Fouts joins the show to discuss football in San Diego, playing with Johnny Unitas, the worst stadiums he's played in and how the the QB position has changed over the years. As always, we finish by answering your Twitter questions.
On this episode of the FlakesCast, Doug Flutie talks about playing football with family members and how the game is passed down through generations. Who knows more about that than the legendary Archie Manning, father to Peyton, Eli and Cooper Manning and grandfather to the up-and-coming QB prospect Arch Manning. Doug also takes your Twitter questions!
On this episode of the FlakesCast, Doug starts by giving his thoughts on the retirement of Drew Brees and their relationship dating all the way back to when Drew was drafted by Doug's Chargers. Then the legendary Rob Gronkowski joins the show to talk about Buffalo, the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation and of course, his Super Bowl victory. All of that, plus much more, including your Twitter questions.
On this episode of Flutie FlakesCast, Doug chats with Hall of Famer (and personal idol) Roger Staubach about his unlikely journey to stardom, their similar playing styles and all the weird ways their paths have crossed over the years. They also discuss Dak Prescott's big new contract with the Dallas Cowboys. All of that, plus Doug answers your Twitter questions.
Doug opens the show talking about Russell Wilson's future in Seattle. Then Super Bowl Champion QB Joe Theismann jumps on to share his memories of the CFL, the Washington Football Team Quarterback situation, and how Joe is a better golfer!
Doug opens the show talking about the Eagles-Colts Carson Wentz trade and how we could see a lot of QB movement this off-season. Then Phil Simms joins the program to discuss Wentz, Deshaun Watson's future, Tom Brady, and how the QB position has evolved in the NFL.
Listen to two of the greatest CFL players of all time, Doug Flutie and Warren Moon, talk about their memories playing in Canada and what it took to transition from American Football, to the Great White North, and back to the NFL. All of that, plus Doug answers your questions, on this week's episode.
Doug Flutie gives this thoughts on Super Bowl 55 and why even though Tom Brady was already the greatest quarterback off all time, this win takes him to yet another level. He's also joined by NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner who gives his take on the game, having been there to call it for Westwood One Radio. Doug finishes up by talking about the cool events he was a part of in Tampa.
On the first episode of Flutie Flakescast, Doug's joined by two Hall of Fame QBs: Brett Favre and Jim Kelly. They both give their thoughts on the Super Bowl matchup, especially Tom Brady vs Patrick Mahomes. All of that, plus some great stories of how their careers crossed paths with Doug and what they've up to in retirement.