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HOUR 3: Bill Belichick would get ripped if he left Pats like Sean Payton left the Saints. We get Ben Volin's take on Tom Brady's potential retirement. Plus, producer Tyler Devitte hosts Big Deal or No Big Deal 1-25-22
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the fourth hour with more “Sounds of Sunday”. (11:59) We take calls on hot dog toppings, the stupidity of the Bills coaching staff, and whether Bill Belichick would've been able to stop the Chiefs. (25:46) The guys react to Mike Vrabel not calling out Ryan Tannehill after his terrible performance against the Bengals. (36:12) Today's Takeaways.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour by questioning whether we've seen the last of Tom Brady. (11:47) Calls come in on the officiating in Bucs-Rams, whether Tom Brady could return to the Patriots, and Bill Belichick's legacy. (24:45) The guys touch on the top storylines from the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs with this edition of “Read & React”. (34:11) The guys go back and forth on Aaron Rodgers choking in the playoffs once again and Jimmy Garoppolo advancing to the NFC Championship.
Hour 3 of GHS kicks off with NFL insider Adam Schefter who offers insight to the Brady retirement question, the head coaching carousel that is constantly spinning, and what he thinks of the Josh McDaniels rumors. Also this hour, Greg grades the first auditioning producer for the Laird-chair job.
(0:00) Arcand starts the second hour of the Sunday Service reacting to tweets from Patriots fans (9:16) The Patriots are in year 3 of the post Brady rebuild and where do they stack up against the top of the league and are they on the right path (22:52) With the 49ers upsetting the Packers, former Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo is in another NFC Championship game. Will his former teammate Tom Brady be joining him and what does that mean for the Patriots and Bill Belichick.
(0:00) Christian Arcand starts the Sunday Service giving his reactions to the divisional matchups in the NFL on Saturday. (12:58) The top seeded Titans were knocked out of the playoffs by the Cincinnatti Bengals, were the Titans frauds and why Mike Vrabel losing is good for Bill Belichick (27:48) Early reports are suggesting that Tom Brady is seriously considering retirement after this season. (37:52) Christian previews Bills/Chiefs and the possible ramifications for the Patriots
In the AFC Divisional round of the playoffs, the Buffalo Bills are heading to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in a rematch of the 2020 AFC Championship game. On the latest episode of the Billieve Podcast, hosts John Boccacino and Jamie D'Amico have everything you need to know as the Bills look to continue their 2021 revenge tour and earn their second win over the Chiefs this season. Among the topics discussed: We start off be reliving the gory that was Buffalo's 47-17 dismantling of the New England Patriots in the Wild Card round. Quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills offense was perfect in knocking off New England, and it was thoroughly enjoyable to see Bill Belichick miserable while watching the Bills pound his Patriots. Turning our attention to Sunday night's playoff game, this matchup, a rematch of last year's AFC title game, seemed destined to happen. The Bills should feel confident with their offense clicking on all cylinders and the defense making life miserable for opposing quarterbacks. But this will be the stiffest test Buffalo's D has faced since Tre'Davious White was lost for the year. Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and co. represent a formidable challenge to Leslie Frazier's defense. These teams met up on Sunday Night Football in Week 5, with Buffalo prevailing 38-20. Kansas City's defense has improved dramatically since then, and pass rushers Chris Jones, Melvin Ingram, and Frank Clark will challenge Buffalo's resurgent offensive line. Buffalo's running game has found its groove, led by Devin Singletary. An x-factor for the Bills: how well the team has run the ball when fullback Reggie Gilliam is on the field. Buffalo has changed up its run scheme from zone blocking to a pin and pull system, relying on the athleticism of the offensive line, and that is one of the key reasons why the Bills offense has become more balanced. Unlike last year, when the moment seemed too big for him, Josh Allen needs to stay in control of himself and his emotions and not force throws when nothing is there. How will Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Gabriel Davis, Emmanuel Sanders and Buffalo's wideouts handle the sticky press coverage of Kansas City's corners? Jamie and I argue over whether Buffalo's defensive line has improved since these two teams met. In that meeting, Buffalo got after Mahomes without bringing a single blitz. We close by giving our score predictions as Buffalo seeks its second straight appearance in the AFC title game. Subscribe to the Buffalo Rumblings podcast channel featuring Billieve, Buffalo Rumblings Q&A, Breaking Buffalo Rumblings, Code of Conduct with J. Spence, The Bruce Exclusive, The Buff Hub, Jamie D. & Big Newt, The Overreaction Podcast, Food For Thought, The Chop Up, Hump Day Hotline, Off Tackle with John Fina, Bills Mafia Time 2 Shine and Circling the Wagons: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Megaphone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 3: Mut is joined by Andy Hart and Andy isn't happy with so many Patriots fans rooting for Tom Brady. They also talk about Bill Belichick's legacy and if Tom Brady keeps winning is Bill Belichick no longer the greatest coach of all time? Mac Jones has a solid rookie year for the Patriots but is he the future quarterback for the Patriots?
Hour 1: The Patriots have been knocked out of playoffs while Tom Brady and the Buccaneers face the Rams in the divisional round. Will Patriots fans be rooting for Tom Brady in the playoffs or will they be rooting against him? Does Bill Belichick's legacy keep getting knocked down if Tom Brady keeps winning with the Buccaneers?
HOUR 4: Merloni, Fauria and Fitzy give their picks for the NFL Divisional Round and favorites storylines of the weekend. Plus, Bill Belichick once again visits the victorious opponent's locker room and has a ton of praise for Josh Allen. 1-21-22
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the second hour discussing Josh Allen and the Bills in the AFC East (12:04) Callers weigh in on Agenda Free Friday! (24:37) More caller reaction on Patriots, Bruins, and more! (31:40) Thoughts on Bill Belichick's postgame comments following the Patriots Wild Card Weekend loss to the Bills.
On this episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles, Greg is joined by Brendan Glasheen to discuss the Patriots' offseason and give their picks and predictions for the Divisional Round in the NFL playoffs. The Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles is brought to you by BetOnline and LinkedIn Talent Solutions. Go to BetOnline.ag and use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Visit Linkedin.com/BEDARD to post your first job for free! LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn. 1:00 How does Belichick handle his coaching staff this offseason 8:00 How are they going to play on defense? 13:45 Dealing with the free agents, veterans, contracts & roster tweaks. 21:00 What offensive changes are needed? 27:20 Find a WR in the draft! 34:00 Bedard was 6-0 last week straight up, 5-1 vs. spread 34:45 Bengals at Titans Pick/Breakdown 39:00 49ers at Packers Pick/Breakdown 42:00 Rams at Bucs Pick/Breakdown 45:15 Bills at Chiefs Pick/Breakdown 51:20 BSJ member question of the day: is there any scenario at all where Brian Flores agrees to return as Associate Head Coach with DC responsibilities, and a handshake agreement that he gets the keys after Belichick passes Shula/moves upstairs to a formal GM role? Check us out over at www.bostonsportsjournal.com, for 39.99 on our annual plan. Not only do you get top-notch analysis of all the Boston pro sports, but if you're a Patriots junkie — and if you're listening to this podcast, you are — then a membership at BSJ gives you access to a ton of video analysis Bedard does on the coaches film, and direct access to him in weekly chats.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the first hour by discussing which playoff team has the most to lose in the Divisional Round. (14:57) We take calls on Andy Reid's success and not writing off Bill Belichick after the Bills beatdown. (24:29) The guys go back and forth on Devin McCourty admitting Steve Belichick was calling defensive plays against the Bills, before a call comes in on Odell Beckham Jr. and the Patriots coaching staff. (35:17) Ahead of the Divisional Round, we give our picks for the weekend with The Football Card.
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Hour 1: The NFL rookie class has been ranked for the final time and Mac Jones was the 2nd ranked player behind Micah Parsons. Mut plays the hypothetical would Belichick have taken Parsons or Mac if both were available at pick 15? Mac Jones had a strong rookie season for the Patriots but is Mac Jones the right guy to build the offense around?
The guys gave their thoughts on Bill Belichick going into the Bills locker room to congratulate Josh Allen after Saturday night's loss. Allen shared the story while he was a guest on the Pat MacAfee Show on Thursday.
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray open the third hour of the show going back to their Tom Brady discussion from yesterday. (11:54) Reminiscing on Jim Murray's Tom Brady productions from last seasons Super Bowl run for Brady. (23:36) Caller reaction to all the guys have discusses today! (32:10) Thoughts on Bill Belichick visiting Josh Allen postgame on Saturday night.
Colin discusses the state of the Lakers after Russell Westbrook gets benched during a disappointing performance against a bad Pacers team. He looks below the surface on the rumors of Jim Harbaugh's return to the NFL and what these really mean for Michigan Football. He talks about the head scratching comments by Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy trying to defend his gaffe at the end of their loss to the 49ers at home in the playoffs. Plus, Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders joins the show to share what makes QB Josh Allen special and what it was like to dominate Bill Belichick and the Patriots in the playoffs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about the looming Divisional Round Playoffs, and everything else going on in the NFL with injury updates and who we're expecting to be back come this weekend. Joining the program is Pro Bowler, All-Pro, one of the best Quarterback's in the NFL, fresh off a huge playoff win against the Patriots, friend of the progrum, Josh Allen. Pat and Josh talk about his mentality going into the game against the Chiefs this weekend in Kansas City, what Bill Belichick said to him after the game last weekend, his relationship with his teammates and how close they appear to be with one another, and whether or not he cares about the post season accolades after being snubbed and selected as Pro Bowl alternate (12:26-26:03). Next, UFC President, friend of the show, Dana White stops by to chat about this weekend's UFC 270 card that is shaping up to be one of the bests in recent memory, and what's next for the UFC (31:49-42:34). Later, NFL Insider on FOX, founder of MVP & Unbreakable Performance, now author of the book "Unbreakable," Jay Glazer joins the progrum to chat about his new book, battling the stigma of mental illness, how much this whole process has helped him, the different teams he's formed to help combat being "in the gray," and much more (45:48-1:09:26). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the fourth hour with calls on Zo's breakdown of the Patriots coaching staff, life if Tom Brady was still with the Patriots, and Braxton Berrios. (9:51) We dive into a conversation about the artist Omarion, before touching on Bill Belichick's drafting history and whether Tom Brady would've beat the Bills. (17:46) More calls come in on Zo returning to his alma mater to coach, rooting for Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick needing to pick between coach and GM (31:08) Today's Takeaways.
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(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the first hour by discussing whether Tom Brady could retire after the season. (14:43) We dive into where the scoreboard between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will be if Brady opts to retire at the end of the season. (23:23) Celtics Head Coach Ime Udoka joins the show to breakdown Jayson Tatum's struggles shooting the 3, Robert William's return from the birth of his child, and the chemistry of the team. (34:07) Calls come in on Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick, Antonio Brown being the reason the Episode 10 of “Man In The Arena” was scratched, and Josh McDaniels potentially replacing Bruce Arians.
Curtis believes Bill Belichick has made a mess of his defensive staff by allowing Steven too much input, and not handing things over to Jerrod Mayo. Courtney tends to agree but doesn't believe it's a negative indication of Steven Belichick, but there were just too many voices.
Hour 1 of the Greg Hill Show kicks off with plenty of speculation around the new GHS Producer search which is underway after Ken Laird announced his departure from the show due to a promotion. Greg, Wiggy, and Coco are all on board for recently-fired Spaz. Also this hour, The Lead featuring takes on Belichick's nepotism, Buffalo Bills All-Pro Safety Jordan Poyer clowning the Patriots, and a local restaurant owner that is sick of having to mandate customers.
Former front office guru for folks like Bill Walsh and Bill Belichick and host of the GM Shuffle Podcast, Micheal Lombardi joins Olivia and Yannis on the show. He shares his amazing insights with the guys on a host of issues including: who he thinks has the stuff to win in the AFC and NFC divisional rounds, where Russel Wilson might land, what the Steelers will do for a QB next season, who will be filling the coaching vacancies, why he doesn't like short players and who he refers to as “The Mayor of Munchkin Town.” Plus find out which NFL greats he thinks could be recast as characters from the Sopranos, Bill Belicheck as Tony?? Yannis and Olivia sound off in “Unleashed” and we ask the question, “Who should replace The Dallas Cowboys as America's Team?” Plus Micheal from MGM and Ireland joins the show to do the “Punishment Picks” and Yannis reads an outrageous outro from Olivia. Make sure to vote for “Unleashed” as Best Sports comedy podcast HERE. Follow UsTwitter @BetMGMFacebook @BetMGMInstagram @BetMGMPresented by BetMGMwww.BetMGM.com
In what could easily be our most negative show yet, the Let's Go To The Phones boys discuss the dark abyss that is the future of Philadelphia sports. The boys go over the absolute disgrace of Sunday's Eagles playoff loss, evaluate who should be back on the Birds next year, and talk the next Eagles quarterback into existence. Just remember, the Eagles can absolutely be Super Bowl contenders next year if they get elite quarterback play. They can be Super Bowl winners if they get elite quarterback play and fix the pass rush. It's just that easy, folks!
Hour 1: The Patriots offense did all they could with the talent that they had and this offseason Belichick needs to get a talented wide receiver for Mac. The Patriots have question marks on both sides of the ball and they even have question marks who is even coaching the defense.
Colin compares Andy Reid to Bill Belichick at this point in their careers and why it wouldn't be crazy to think Reid surpasses Belichick in the next decade. He points out the main trait in each of the NFL's best quarterbacks that results in their success. He also presents a case for Aaron Rodgers being under the most pressure in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Plus, Nick Wright from First Things First joins the show to defend the Chiefs as people argue for the Bills to be the best contender out of the AFC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
(0:00) Zolak & Bertrand start the second hour with Albert Breer of SI and MMQB joining the show, as they discuss whether this season was a success for the Patriots. (10:57) We dive into why Bill Belichick went into the Bills locker room after being blown out in Buffalo, and what it says about his relationship with Sean McDermott. (23:33) The guys go back and forth on Jerod Mayo interviewing with the Broncos and the rumors circling the NFL coaching carousel. (32:36) We decipher why teams are shying away from hiring Josh McDaniels and the likelihood of him sticking around with the Patriots.
The most pressing decisions for franchises that lost in the wildcard round. Big offseasons ahead for the New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles. Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick confirm they are coming back for 2022. Why is Mike Tomlin's name popping up in the Las Vegas Raiders coaching search? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Patriots playoff run is over. And it ended badly! Do you still have faith in Bill Belichick as the coach and GM? He is 17-17 over two seasons, with one playoff appearance (a loss), since Tom Brady left. Which two teams do you see in the Super Bowl? Who is the top QB in the league? Tom, Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers? BTW, did you ever notice how many insurance commercials there are? What's your favorite?Welcome to our newest sponsor Cold Spring RV in Weare, NH!Our Best Foods #ourbestmeatballs
Hour 4 of the Greg Hill Show starts off with a little dive into the Patriots blame pie, the coaching responsibilities, and Belichick's possible course of action to improve the Pats for next season. Wiggy sums up his feelings about Mac Jones overall and talks about the QB's he would much rather have if possible. Then, Curtis expounds on his theory that Brady is retiring and his new evidence is...rather telling.
Hour 3 of the Greg Hill Show and it's blame pie time! Who is to blame for the Patriots collapse? Wiggy thinks a lot of blame goes on Steven Belichick, but he'll never be fired by his dad. Jerrod Mayo could also leave for a Head Coaching position, and then there is Matt Patricia who is escaping all blame.
Star NFL cornerback Richard Sherman is back to discuss the NFL playoffs and the Buccaneers' Super Bowl Hopes, the future of the 49ers after their big playoff win, the coaching carousel, the 2022 NFL Draft and more. Download the SuperDraft app on the App or Play Store, use the code "PFF" when you create an account, deposit $10 and get a free PFF ELITE subscription. The offer is only eligible for new accounts: https://superdraft.io/register?utm_source=affiliate&cid=pff 0:00 - Intro 1:20 - What are the 49ers chances against the Packers? 4:40 - Were the Cardinals a fraud? 7 - Previewing Buccaneers-Rams 11:20 - How good are the Bengals? 14:20 - Is Bill Belichick's window closed? 15:40 - Who wins Bills-Chiefs? 18:20 - What should the 49ers do with Jimmy Garoppolo? 23:20 - What's going on with the Cowboys? 26:00 - What is it like playing with Tom Brady? 28:00 - What do the Buccaneers need to do to beat the Rams? 28:30 - Richard Sherman on the top prospects in the NFL Draft 32:40 - Are fans not appreciating what they have? 36:10 - Should the Dolphins have fired Brian Flores? 45:50 - SuperDraft Super 15
(0:00) Felger, Mazz, and Murray are joined by Greg Bedard of Boston Sports Journal to discuss the Patriots loss to the Bills in the playoffs. (11:13) Caller reaction to the Patriots playoff loss to the Bills. (24:54) 3 Up and 3 Down with Greg Bedard. (32:24) Bill Belichick and the future of the team.
(00:00) To Mac Jones' arm strength to Steve Belichick's mullet, listeners weigh in on the disappointing end to the Patriots 2021 season. (14:12) Did SNL steal a sketch from Key & Peele? Plus, Very dark episodes of the Golden Girls. (35:18) Bill Belichick would rather use bandaids instead of a full rebuild, which is exactly what the Patriots need right now. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
(00:00) Three-time Super Bowl champion Ted Johnson joins Toucher & Rich in-studio for his weekly hour-long segment. Ted shares his thoughts on the Patriots 47-17 blowout loss to the Buffalo Bills. (13:53) With his first season, Ted Johnson shares his thought on Mac Jones and his progression moving forward (35:33) Listeners weigh in with their thoughts on the Patriots, the coaching staff and CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
Chris and Rob discuss whether Jerry Jones, Mike McCarthy or Dak Prescott deserves the most blame following the latest Dallas Cowboys playoff flameout, share their thoughts on Josh Allen's virtuoso performance in the Buffalo Bills' beatdown of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, debate whether or not all the playoff blowouts is proof that the NFL Playoffs never should have expanded to 7 teams per conference, and discuss the likelihood that the Cowboys should consider trying to upgrade at the quarterback position this upcoming offseason. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Chris and Rob share their thoughts on Josh Allen's virtuoso performance in the Buffalo Bills' beatdown of Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, debate whether or not all the playoff blowouts is proof that the NFL Playoffs never should have expanded to 7 teams per conference, pay their respects to the late, great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Plus, Hall of Fame defensive back and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Rod Woodson swings by to share his thoughts on the NFL Playoffs thus far. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this hour of The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Colin dissects the Dallas Cowboys' frantic, final seconds of their loss to the San Francisco 49ers--including their questionable call for a quarterback draw. Also, it's clear to Colin that New England head coach Bill Belichick doesn't yet have the quarterback to compete with Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills. Lastly, former NFL quarterback and current FOX Sports NFL analyst Michael Vick joins The Herd to reflect on the weekend's quarterback playoff performances. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Stephen A. Smith and Michael Irvin talk about the 49ers defeating the Cowboys and whether Bill Belichick has won his last Super Bowl. Ryan Clark stops by to debate if Dallas should move on from Mike McCarthy. The guys discuss what life after Ben Roethlisberger looks like in Pittsburgh and if there is more pressure on Matthew Stafford or Sean McVay for tonight's game against the Cardinals.
Colin lays into Dak and Jimmy G for their bonehead decisions, explains why the Bengals will run out of gas and why he won't be shocked if Belichick trades Mac Jones and the Eagles opt for a better QB than Jalen Hurts (3:00). Then, longtime Dallas Cowboys writer - and host of The Doomsday Podcast - Matt Mosley joins Colin post-game from AT&T Stadium to discuss the wild ending to the Niners/Cowboys game. They cover the misguided run by Dak (12:00), the officiating mess (14:00), if Jerry Jones should fire Mike McCarthy to keep Kellen Moore (14:00), what fixes they should make in the offseason (22:00), looking back at Dak's season as a whole (25:00), and why the Cowboys' 12-5 regular season record was so misleading (26:00). Subscribe and follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com