Kay Adams is joined by a rotating roster of current and former players to talk about the top storylines in the NFL.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Mark Ingram returns to give his thoughts on Tom Brady's career after announcing his retirement, his reaction to Sean Payton being traded to the Broncos, if he can fix Russell Wilson after a disappointing first season in Denver, and if the Houston Texans got it right with the hiring of DeMeco Ryans as its next head coach. Then, Sam Rapoport joins to discuss her role in creating the Women's Careers in Football Forum and its evolution to get women more job opportunities in the league. Kay also talks about what she thought about the Broncos trading for Sean Payton, her reaction to Tom Brady's retirement, whether she thinks he'll stay retired this time, and her experience at the “80 for Brady” premiere.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to discuss the impact of bulletin board material, how Bill Belichick utilizes sound bites from opposing teams to his advantage, and the importance of QB depth for NFL teams. Then, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt joins to talk about the type of person that Eli Apple is, matching up against Stefon Diggs, and why going up against Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins in practice has helped him become a better player. Kay also gives her thoughts on the San Francisco 49ers' QB situation for next season and the Cincinnati Bengals' future.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Dante Hall joins to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the Cincinnati Bengals, describe what it was like in the stadium, what he thought of Patrick Mahomes' performance despite his injured ankle, and whether he considers the Chiefs to be a dynasty yet. Then, Brandon Marshall returns to talk about everything he saw from both conference championship matchups, which QB's injury he's more concerned with heading into the big game, and what he thinks the San Francisco 49ers should do about its QB situation for next season.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Boston Scott discusses being the "Giant Killer," Nick Sirianni's evolution as a head coach, what impresses him most about Jalen Hurts, and preparing for the 49ers' stout defense. BJ Kissel joins to talk about how much of a factor Patrick Mahomes' ankle injury will be and why the Bengals have been able to beat the Chiefs. Marisa Contipelli discusses the difference between this Bengals team compared to last year and if we could see the return of any injured offensive lineman. John Clark talks about the importance of Lane Johnson managing his injury, Jalen Hurts' growth over the past two seasons, and the key to stopping the 49ers' lethal offense. Rob Guerrera dives into his main concern with Kyle Shanahan in the NFC Championship Game and if Brock Purdy can get it done against the Eagles. Then, Sam Monson gives key PFF numbers ahead of this weekend's games.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen joins to discuss the keys to defending the Bengals' juggernaut offense, his relationship with Joe Burrow that goes back to their time at LSU, the type of guy Roquan Smith has been since being acquired mid-year, and his thoughts on Lamar Jackson's contract situation. Then, Eric Weddle returns to address his comments from last week about the Bengals having “no chance” of beating the Bills and gives out his conference championship picks for this weekend's games. Kay also reacts to Nathaniel Hackett's hiring as the offensive coordinator for the New York Jets and gives out a couple of x-factors for the NFC Championship game.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rob Gronkowski returns to talk about the progress he's making as he prepares for the “Kick Of Destiny,” his thoughts on the Patriots hiring Bill O'Brien as their offensive coordinator, Tom Brady's recent comments about his future, where he sees Sean Payton coaching next year, and his conference championship games picks. Then, Mark Ingram gives his keys to watch for both conference championship matchups, what he thought about Eli Apple's Twitter antics, and gives out red cards across the sports world.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman DJ Reader joins to talk about what makes this team special, the importance of Joe Burrow's leadership, playing for Lou Anarumo, and preparing to face Patrick Mahomes this weekend. Also, Darius Butler returns to discuss whether he thinks Mike McCarthy will be the Dallas Cowboys head coach next year, Stefon Diggs, and previews both of the conference championship matchups. Kay also touches on the New York Giants' optimistic future and the uncertainty surrounding the Dallas Cowboys.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Cris Carter joins to discuss Brock Purdy and Jalen Hurts' performances, preview the NFC Championship matchup between both the quarterbacks, and how much of the Dallas Cowboys' loss is on Dak Prescott. He also talks about how special the Joe Burrow-Ja'Marr Chase connection is, which of the four remaining teams he'd pick to win it all, and why coordinators taking head coaching interviews isn't a distraction. Kay recaps each of the playoff matchups from the weekend and talks about the Jacksonville Jaguars' bright future.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Brandon Marshall returns to discuss whether he thinks Lamar Jackson will be back in Baltimore next year, his most important quality in a new head coach, and his predictions for every division-round matchup. Then, Sam Monson joins to talk about PFF numbers for the Kansas City Chiefs' offense, Josh Allen, Lane Johnson, and Micah Parsons ahead of this weekend's playoff matchups. Kay also gives out a few key people to watch in the playoff games.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Kay speaks with Philadelphia Eagles' linebacker T.J. Edwards to discuss his story of going from undrafted to all-pro, what makes Jonathan Gannon a great defensive coordinator, and the playoff matchup against the New York Giants. Then, Eric Weddle returns to talk about why the Los Angeles Chargers always seem to lose in the worst way, Brandon Staley's future, why he believes the Cincinnati Bengals have no chance against the Buffalo Bills, and the rest of his divisional-round picks.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rob Gronkowski returns to discuss what kicking practice has been like as he gets ready for the "Kick of Destiny", the Dallas Cowboys' impressive victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his thoughts on Aaron Rodgers' comments, and what he'd do to celebrate wins in the NFL. Then, Mark Ingram joins to talk about what he's looking for in his next team as he heads to free agency, the best landing spot for Lamar Jackson, and where he thinks Sean Payton could be coaching next season.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to discuss whether Tom Brady will be playing football next year, his thoughts on J.K. Dobbins' comments, and what Lamar Jackson should do moving forward as his future in Baltimore is in question. Then, Adam Vinatieri joins to give his thoughts on what happened with Brett Maher as he missed four extra points and what it's like training Rob Gronkowski for the “Kick of Destiny”.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rick Stroud joins to discuss the crucial factors for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ahead of their playoff matchup. He touches on what Ryan Jensen's return will mean for the battle in the trenches and whether Leonard Fournette will get back to playoff Lenny. Then, Clarence Hill Jr. talks about the key players that will need to perform if the Cowboys want to come away with the road victory, highlighted by Dak Prescott limiting turnovers and Micah Parsons getting pressure on Tom Brady.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Brandon Marshall returns to discuss Lamar Jackson's injury situation and future in Baltimore, whether he sees Kenny Golladay being a difference-maker for the New York Giants this weekend against the Minnesota Vikings, and if Derek Carr's the missing piece for the New York Jets. Then, PFF's Sam Monson shares key numbers for Nick Bosa, Justin Herbert, Dak Prescott, and more ahead of wild card weekend for the NFL playoffs.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rayshawn Jenkins talks about his sack and forced fumble that led to the eventual game-winning touchdown against the Tennessee Titans in week 18, Trevor Lawrence's growth this season, and going up against the Los Angeles Chargers. Then, Eric Weddle returns to preview the Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals matchup and what his former team needs to do to pull off the upset in Cincinnati. Kay also discusses Derek Carr being on the trade market, the Los Angeles Chargers' run defense, and Daniel Jones.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rob Gronkowski returns to discuss his kicking ability as he prepares for the “Kick of Destiny” with FanDuel, the importance of the first-round bye in the playoffs, and his wildcard weekend preview and predictions. Cam Jordan joins to talk about his career, J.J. Watt's retirement, his fondness for sacking people in the Manning family, and going up against Tom Brady. Then, comedian Paul Virzi comes on to cover his tour, the New York Giants, and his wild card playoff predictions.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to talk about Stetson Bennett as an NFL prospect, whether he's worried about the Dallas Cowboys in their wildcard matchup, a preview of Los Angeles Chargers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, and coaching vacancies across the NFL. Mark Ingram also joins to discuss how he'd grade Dennis Allen this season as a head coach and the best team for Sean Payton to return to coaching next year.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Nyheim Hines returns to discuss the game in Buffalo, where he returned two kickoffs for a touchdown, rallying around Damar Hamlin after his scary injury, Josh Allen's impact on the locker room. PFF's Mike Renner joins to talk about Jalen Hurts' return, the main worry for the Philadelphia Eagles, Brock Purdy's performance this season, teams poised to make a playoff run, and the aftermath of the Houston Texans losing out on the number one overall pick in the 2023 draft. Kay also dives into the NFL playoff matchups and her thoughts on the Detroit Lions eliminating the Green Bay Packers from playoff contention.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rob Gronkowski returns to discuss the brotherhood in the NFL, the resiliency of the people in Buffalo, the team he grew up wanting to play for, and a preview of New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills. Jason Gay joins to talk about the NFL's decision regarding the Bengals vs. Bills game, the updated playoff schedule, his story on Damar Hamlin, and the league's handling of the events from Monday night, specifically Roger Goodell. Kay and Matt Hamilton also give their thoughts on the Detroit Lions' explosive offense and which teams they see taking the final playoff spots that are still up for grabs heading into week 18.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, James Jones joins to discuss the updates on Damar Hamlin, the importance of supporting Tee Higgins, the tough situation coaches are in as they try to get players ready for week 18, and a preview of Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions. Then, Eric Weddle returns to give his perspective on what happened on Monday night, what he told his players as a coach, and his reaction to the 2023 Hall of Fame finalists.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Dr. T.M. Robinson-Mosley joins the show to talk about how to cope with witnessing a traumatic event, the importance of the players' mental health, and offers advice for coaches in this unique time. Then, Buffalo Bills reporter Sal Capaccio gives his perspective on what he saw Monday night, Damar Hamlin the person, and the aftermath for the Bills as well as the city of Buffalo.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Eric Wood joins the show to give his perspective on what it was like inside Paycor Stadium after the tragic events surrounding Damar Hamlin, what kind of person Damar is, how close this Buffalo Bills team is with each other, and the coaches' handling of the situation. Mark Ingram returns to discuss his experience watching what happened to Hamlin, what it's been like for him in the New Orleans Saints' facility the next day, and the bond between the players. Peter King talks about his thoughts regarding what transpired on the field Monday night.
On today's episode, Matt Cassell joins to talk about the positives from the New England Patriots' win over the Miami Dolphins, whether they can pull off the upset over the Buffalo Bills next week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' big offensive day, and the threat they pose in the NFC. He also gives his thoughts on if Jalen Hurts should play in week 18 and whether the Las Vegas Raiders found something in Jarrett Stidham after his impressive performance against the San Francisco 49ers. Kay discusses the Pittsburgh Steelers' win over the Baltimore Ravens, the Green Bay Packers' playoff hopes staying alive, and the New York Giants clinching a playoff berth.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, NBCSports Boston's Tom Curran joins to discuss what went wrong between Derek Carr and Josh McDaniels, if Tom Brady could go to Las Vegas next year, keys for the New England Patriots against the Miami Dolphins, Mac Jones' struggles, and Bill Belichick's future in New England. Then, Eric Weddle returns to give out his grit list of players that impressed him from week 16. Kay also previews the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans Thursday night matchup and which NFC teams are fighting for playoff spots in week 17.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, the New York Post's Brian Costello joins to talk about the New York Jets' struggles during their four-game losing streak, Mike White back as QB1, and Zach Wilson's future in New York after this season. Then, Matt Schneidman from The Athletic discusses the Green Bay Packers' injury report ahead of a pivotal matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, the keys to beating their division rivals, and whether Aaron Rodgers will be back in Green Bay in 2023. Kay also gives her thoughts on Carson Wentz being named the starting QB for the Washington Commanders, if Daniel Jones should be the New York Giants starting QB next year, and what to make of the Pittsburgh Steelers' late push for the playoffs.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to discuss J.J. Watt retiring from the NFL, teams in both conferences that can make a run in the playoffs, his top choices to replace Nathaniel Hackett in Denver, and the Miami Dolphins' outlook after Tua Tagovailoa entered the concussion protocol again. Mark Ingram joins to talk about the New Orleans Saints' playoff hopes staying alive after a comeback win against the Cleveland Browns, Sean Payton's potential fit for teams as more openings appear across the league, and what needs to change with how the NFL handles concussions to protect the players.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Rob Gronkowski returns to discuss what makes Tom Brady so special on pivotal, late-game drives, who started the Gronk spike, whether he has the itch to return to the NFL, as well as his top moments from the year on and off the field. Then, Washington Commanders' Safety Jeremy Reaves joins to talk about making his first Pro Bowl, going from undrafted to the practice squad to a Pro Bowler, the impact his mother and Ron Rivera had on him, as well as the Washington Commanders' playoff push.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks joins Kay to discuss the 33-point comeback against the Indianapolis Colts, how it feels to be the champions of the NFC North, and Kirk Cousins. Then, Sam Monson returns to give out PFF numbers from across the NFL for players such as Justin Fields, Jalen Hurts, Josh Jacobs, 49ers' QBs under Kyle Shanahan, and Roquan Smith. Kay also recaps the Jacksonville Jaguars' win over the New York Jets on Thursday night in the battle between Trevor Lawrence and Zach Wilson, as well as previews a few week 16 matchups.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Kay's joined by Rob Gronkowski to discuss him joining FanDuel, the possibility of him returning to the NFL and if any teams have reached out to him, his relationship with Tom Brady, as well as giving back to the kids. Then, Eric Weddle returns to give out his grit list and talk about Zach Wilson ahead of a big matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night. Kay also touches on Gardner Minshew being announced as the Philadelphia Eagles' starting QB this weekend against the Dallas Cowboys, how the Buffalo Bills' defense has stepped up without Von Miller, and Trevor Lawrence's continued ascension this season.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Kay is joined by C.J. Uzomah to talk about Zach Wilson's growth since being benched and whether he can lead them to the playoffs, his role on the team as a veteran leader, as well as producing a broadway show. Then, Joe Haden returns to discuss Franco Harris, Jalen Hurts' injury, his favorite Pro Bowl memory, and whether he thinks a few NFL playoff hopeful teams will end up making it. FanDuel CCO Mike Raffensperger also joins to announce a giveaway, talk about the famous 7-leg parlay, and what he's looking forward to with FanDuel in 2023.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to discuss the Indianapolis Colts' collapse against the Minnesota Vikings, whether he thinks Jeff Saturday could return as the Colts' head coach next season, and if he believes the Tennessee Titans can right the ship amid a four-game losing streak. Then, Mark Ingram joins to discuss the New Orleans Saints' outlook to finish the season in a tight NFC South divisional race. Kay also talks about the Green Bay Packers' win over the Los Angeles Rams, their playoff chances, and Gardner Minshew stepping in for Jalen Hurts.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Brandon Marshall joins to give his thoughts on Daniel Jones, whether he and Saquon Barkley should be back with the New York Giants next year, Zach Wilson's play on Sunday and his future with the New York Jets, what's wrong with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after they blew a 17-0 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals, the head scratching ending to the New England Patriots-Las Vegas Raiders game, and Trevor Lawrence's continued emergence as the Jacksonville Jaguars comeback to beat the Dallas Cowboys. Kay also recaps Bills-Dolphins, Vikings-Colts, and Browns-Ravens.
On today's episode of Up & Adams, Brandon Marshall joins to discuss Brock Purdy's continued ascension after the San Francisco 49ers 21-13 win against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, the New York Jets playoff chances and what to expect from Zach Wilson this week as he fills in for Mike White, his thoughts on where he thinks Odell Beckham Jr. should sign, and he gives out a surprise Super Bowl contender to watch out for. Then, Sam Monson dives into PFF numbers for Tua Tagovailoa, the Philadelphia Eagles' defense, the Tennessee Titans' rushing offense, and the Denver Broncos' penalties.
Matt Maiocco talks about Brock Purdy's emergence over the past couple of weeks and how Deebo Samel's Injury will affect the 49ers going forward. Stacy Rost discusses Kenneth Walker's impact on the Seahawks offense this season and Geno's future in Seattle after this year. Cincinnati Bengals LB Logan Wilson joins to talk about losing In the Super Bowl last season and playing Josh Allen, his former Wyoming teammate, in a couple weeks. Eric Weddle returns to give his thoughts on matchups to watch for TNF, Baker's performance last week, and coaching high school football.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Fox Sports' Carmen Vitali joins to discuss what has led to the Detroit Lions strong play as of late, Christian Watson's recent emergence for the Green Bay Packers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' issues that continue to plague them this season, and the outlook on Justin Fields as we come to the end of his second season with the Chicago Bears. Then, Shams Charania joins to discuss the play of the New Orleans Pelicans as they sit atop the Western Conference, names to watch in the NBA trade market, and his thoughts on the changing of the award names.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to give out his updated picks of which teams he expects to come out of the AFC and NFC and talks Justin Jefferson's 212-yard performance. Mark Ingram also joins to discuss his partial MCL tear, what his plans are for the future of his NFL career, and to give a message for Saints fans. Kay also recaps the New England Patriots 27-13 win over the Arizona Cardinals, discusses whether the Cowboys should still be in on Odell Beckham Jr., talks the Carolina Panthers outlook after an impressive week 14 win, and questions whether the Tennessee Titans can right the ship
Cris Carter joins Kay to talk the expectations for Justin Herbert and what makes him a superstar in the league, what the Miami Dolphins offense can do to get back on track, how elite Justin Jefferson is and why Justin Jefferson is better than both himself and Randy Moss, what is going on in Tampa Bay and the issues Tom Brady is facing, and why the Philadelphia Eagles are the most dominating team in the NFL this season. Kay also gives a breakdown of the Brock Purdy experience and how impressive his first career start was.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Andrew Whitworth is back to discuss Baker Mayfield's performance last night as the Los Angeles Rams quarterback, his opinion of Baker's constant headbutting, what it meant to give Tremayne Anchrum Jr. his WPMOY nomination, whether he thinks LSU or Bengals fans love Joe Burrow more, and to praise Trevor Lewan's willingness to showcase his personality in the media and through his podcast no matter what people think. Kay also breaks down what Joe Burrow needs to do to get a win over the Browns on Sunday and brings Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus back to talk key numbers for fantasy football.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Taylor Lewan, tackle for the Tennessee Titans, talks to Kay about what he thinks the best path for Michigan football is to make the college football championship, provides an update on his injury, talks his future with the Tennessee Titans after this season and how Jon Robinson's firing affects him, and explains why Mike Vrabel is the best coach in the NFL right now. Eric Weddle also makes his weekly call in to give Taylor Lewan both tooth fairy advice and retirement advice, to talk Utah's huge win over USC, and to discuss whether Baker Mayfield will play tonight for the Rams.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Ryan Shazier, former linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, talks to Kay about the upcoming Ohio State-Georgia matchup and why he's confident Ohio State will win, his new podcast with Dave Dameshek that focuses on athletes who have defied all odds to get to where they are, the Steelers-Ravens rivalry and what moments define why he hates the Ravens, and his opinion of Mike Tomlin as a coach. Cam Inman, 49ers NFL reporter, also joins Kay to discuss whether he thinks Jimmy G will be back in time for the playoffs and why the 49ers didn't put in a claim for Baker Mayfield. Clarence Hill Jr., Dallas Cowboys writer, calls in to give an update on the Cowboys OBJ deal and what the biggest difference is with the Cowboys team this year. And lastly, Paul Kuharsky, Titans reporter, gives some insight into what led to the firing of GM Jon Robinson.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to talk to Kay about Tom Brady leading the Buccaneers to a shocking win over the Saints and whether Brady will end up in San Francisco next season, what happened with the Dolphins losing to the 49ers, the matchup between D.K. Metcalf and Jalen Ramsey, and to give a preview of Davante Adams playing Jalen Ramsey on Thursday. Kay also breaks down the Detroit Lions' run and why Jared Goff deserves more credit and how the Las Vegas Raiders have gotten themselves back in the playoff hunt.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Brandon Marshall returns to talk to Kay about Mike White's performance against the Minnesota Vikings, why the Chicago Bears can't beat the Packers and Aaron Rodgers' impact on the rivalry, whether the Baltimore Ravens should pay Lamar Jackson after a new injury, if the Titans can recover from trading away A.J. Brown, and whether the San Francisco 49ers should claim Baker Mayfield. Kay also breaks down the Dallas Cowboys' huge win over the Indianapolis Colts and how this affects the Cowboys position going into the playoffs and talks her FanDuel Odds Boost for the Saints-Buccaneers Monday Night Football matchup.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Austin Ekeler talks to Kay about the Chargers season and why he is tough on his own performance. Mitchell Schwartz, former NFL offensive tackle, and his wife call in to talk to Kay about their love for Kansas City and life after football. Pro Football Focus' Sam Monson also returns to talk about the number of pass blocking snaps between pressures that Tristan Wirfs has given up this season, the percent of Derrick Henry's yards that have come after contact this season, and the ranking that the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line has had all year. Kay also recaps the Bills-Patriots game, previews the Dolphins-49ers matchup, and breaks down the New York Giants upcoming schedule and how important a win against the Washington Commanders is for Daniel Jones.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Eric Weddle returns to talk Utah football playing in the Pac-12 championship against USC, why the Baltimore Ravens have blown four 4th quarter leads, why Patrick Peterson calling out Kyler Murray was wrong, and to give a message to Devin McCourty for playing his 200th game with the New England Patriots. Kay also previews the Patriots-Bill games tonight and discusses why this game could change the narrative for Mac Jones.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Mark Ingram makes his weekly call in to discuss the Saints players trailing the US team in the World Cup and give out his weekly NFL red cards. Brian Costello, New York Jets beat reporter, joins Kay to talk the Jets quarterback situation and what the team needs to do to beat the Vikings. BJ Kissel, Chiefs reporter, calls in to discuss the Chiefs getting revenge on the Bengals and give his thoughts on Patrick Mahomes season. And lastly, Chris Perkins, Miami Dolphins journalist, gives a preview of the Dolphins-49ers matchup and talks how Tua's level of confidence has greatly improved his game.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Darius Butler returns to talk to Kay about whether Kenny Pickett is the future of the Steelers, give his opinion on why Jeff Saturday's clock management wasn't a bad thing, and break down the situation in Tampa Bay between Tom Brady and Todd Bowles. Julie Stewart-Binks, sports television host, also joins the show to give her favorite moment of the World Cup so far and break down what to lookout for in USA's must-win match against Iran this afternoon. Kay also gives her own thoughts on Jeff Saturday's clock management and what is going on in Tampa and the disconnect between Brady and Bowles.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, James Jones calls in to talk to Kay about the quarterback situation in Green Bay between Aaron Rodgers and Jordan Love for the future, why the Dallas Cowboys would be the best fit for OBJ, why the Broncos players are frustrated with Russell Wilson, what Mike White did right for the Jets wide receivers, and how Kliff Kingsbury has lost the Arizona Cardinals locker room. Kay also discusses how Jordan Love did filling in for Aaron Rodgers, gives praise to Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles, talks her key takeaways from Mike White starting as the New York Jets quarterback, breaks down the Cincinnati Bengals win over the Tennessee Titans, and gives her opinion on why the NFC is fun this year.
Joe Haden and Darius Butler join the show to talk about retirement, the Steelers future, Week 11 Shenanigans and give a MNF preview. Eric Weddle joins to give his take on Zach Wilson's performance this season and his lack of accountability. Plus, Kay gets pumped about this years Thanksgiving slate, but no one is more excited than Kirk Cousins who may be playing his most important regular-season game of his career.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Mark Ingram returns to talk the Saints win against the Rams, Jameis Winston's mindset after being benched, and to discuss the World Cup. Kay is also joined by Rob Guerrera, 49ers analyst, who talks to Kay about the 49ers win over the Cardinals, the way in which Jimmy Garoppolo performed, and what the potential quarterback situation is for the team next season. Kay also talks the World Cup in comparison to the NFL and is rooting for her World Cup Parlay.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Joe Haden, former NFL cornerback, joins Kay to discuss his decision to retire, his hope to enter the broadcasting world, and what his take was on Zach Wilson taking no accountability after the Jets loss to the Patriots. Darius Butler also returns to talk to Kay about who he is keeping an eye on for the 49ers-Cardinals game tonight and the Thanksgiving matchups this year. Kay breaks down the Chiefs-Chargers game and how Patrick Mahomes continues to make a run for MVP, the Patriots being in playoff contention and how Bill Belichick is getting wins without any top tier playmakers, and the Cowboys dominant performance over the Vikings and how the NFC East should be scared of Tony Pollard.
In today's episode of Up & Adams, Kay is joined by former NFL running back Darren Sproles to talk his career highlights and stats, who in the league compares to him as a player, playing with Mark Ingram, and what he misses about playing in the NFL. Kay also gives praise to the Tennessee Titans and Ryan Tannehill after their win against the Packers, discusses the future of the Packers and Aaron Rodgers' career, breaks down the Patriots Jets rematch on Sunday and the potential for both to make the playoffs, and gives a preview of the Chiefs Chargers game this weekend. Lastly, Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus returns to talk the total yards given up in coverage by Jaycee Horn this season, the number of snaps it took Blake Brandel to give up a sack in relief of Christian Darrisaw, rush yards by Justin Fields over the last 5 weeks, the turnover worthy plays by Colt McCoy vs. the Rams, and the PFF game grade for Chris Jones last time he faced the Chargers.