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The Athletic's Ben Standig is talking about the Commanders' vibe with rookie RB Brian Robinson back at practice five weeks after being shot and where this team stands entering Week 5 with Michael Phillips (Richmond Times-Dispatch) and former Washington head coach Jay Gruden. Ben opens the show with Michael discussing Robinson's thoughts on his recovery, his potential usage, frustrated Ron Rivera, injuries to Jahan Dotson and Sam Cosmi, and Dan Snyder's presence in Dallas. Then Jay joins Ben (26:10). They discuss if 1-3 Washington faces a "code red" scenario in Week 5, what's wrong with the offense, how to fix play-action, and facing the Titans.
Russell And Medhurst Hour 2: Touchdown @ 10: Jay Gruden joins the show to talk about the Commander's struggles, Callers Weigh in on their thoughts on where the Commanders have gone wrong, and More Callers weigh in on the state of the Washington Commanders
1:12 - Not My Beat: JP Finlay 12:48 - The Commanders offense is too predictable and very much simplified 24:06 - Jay Gruden comments on the Commanders offense 35:21 - Is it time to move on from Carson Wentz as the Commanders starting QB?
10.3.22 Hour 41:00- Jay Gruden, former head coach for Washington, joins G&D like he does every Monday to break down the Commanders game the previous day. Also, what does he think about the Tua discussion around the NFL? 22:30- Jay Gruden agreed for the most part with what the fans of the Commanders are seeing. Offense is struggling, and Carson Wentz has to be better. 35:00- The Commanders, with all the speculation behind Dan Snyder, posted a picture of him and Jerry Jones and Commanders fans are outraged by this... we dive in here.
After a promising start to the 2022 season, the Washington Commanders now find themselves 1-2 entering Dallas Week, with an underperforming defense and an inconsistent offense. Ron Rivera has a worse win-loss record than Jay Gruden did at the same point of his Washington tenure, and Jack Del Rio's defense has been gouged repeatedly during his time as defensive coordinator. So is it time to start wondering if the coaches seats are heating up? Twitter: Chad Ryan - @ChadwikoTWW Felix Trammell - @BlessdCommander
The Athletic's Ben Standig is talking Commanders with former Washington head coach Jay Gruden. Ben opens the show with a reminder of why the team needed to seek outside help for the interior offensive line -- and he doesn't mean letting Brandon Scherff walk. Then Jay enters for a breakdown of those OL breakdowns against Philadelphia. How much on Carson Wentz, the linemen, play-calling, and what are the fixes with the Cowboys pass rush up next? Also, why can't they get Terry McLaurin the ball earlier in games, Jay's famous "guard" quote, and if the coaches move Kendall Fuller to the slot and Benjamin St-Juste outside.
9.26.22 Hour 41:00- Jay Gruden, former coach for Washington, joins G&D like he does every Monday to help digest that Eagles beat down yesterday, and he breaks down what went wrong and what went right. 22:00- Wentz had a rough day yesterday as the offensive line was getting dominated, and he was getting hit, it only got worse. We get the shovels out here and start digging as to why he struggled.
Russell And Medhurst Hour 2: Touchdown @ 10: Jay Gruden joins the show to talk about Sunday's football games, Callers weigh in on the game Sunday, and Continued callers about who's to blame for Sunday's loss
The Athletic's Ben Standig is ready to talk Commanders entering Week 3 with former Washington head coach Jay Gruden and The Athletic's Eagles insider Bo Wulf. Ben opens the show with the latest injury news from practice. Then Jay enters the chat with a film review of Washington's Week 2 loss at Detroit. What is happening with the defense allowing so many explosive plays? Also, Jahan Dotson's strong start, the one time Jay thought he might get fired, and watching games at a sports bar. Then Ben and Bo break down Sunday's matchup at FedEx Field with a focus on the Carson Wentz journey, Jalen Hurts' development and keys to the game (35:20)
Russell And Medhurst Hour 2: Touchdown @ 10: Jay Gruden joins the show to break down Sunday's Loss, Callers weigh in on the state of the Washington Commanders, Chris and Pete continue the autopsy on the loss to the Lions
9.19.22 Hour 41:00- Jay Gruden, former coach for Washington, joins G&D like he does every Monday to break down what he saw in the Commanders game, and gives us a different perspective from what we all saw yesterday. 22:30- Jamin Davis posted a cryptic message on Instagram, so we get into that and his overall performance from yesterday against the Lions.
The Athletic's Ben Standig kicks off Week 2 of the NFL season with former Washington head coach -- and weekly guest this season -- Jay Gruden! We'll also hear from Commanders safety Jeremy Reaves. Ben opens the episode with the latest from practice, including an appearance by Brian Robinson, Kam Curl's status, the new defensive lineman, and Reaves on the receiving room revolution during his five seasons. Then it's Gruden time (12:00). Jay shares his views on Carson Wentz's debut and Washington's pass rush. He also breaks down Jahan Dotson's first touchdown catch and why Jamin Davis defended Christian Kirk at times. Plus Lions preview, Super Bowl contenders and what Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett was thinking on that end-of-game call. (Forgot to mention in the episode that Jon Allen (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, but that seems like a precaution.)
12:11 - RG3 and Jay Gruden give us their take on Carson Wentz and the Commanders 22:24 - Guest: Joe Theismann talks about his feature on NFL Network's “A Football Life” 34:40 - What else happened in sports this weekend? Frances Tiafoe lose in US Open Semis, upsets in College Football and Washington Spirit win
Russell And Medhurst Hour 2: Touchdown @ 10: Jay Gruden joins the show to talk about the Commanders win yesterday, Callers continue to weigh in on the Commanders win yesterday, and even MORE callers come on the show to give their thoughts on the Commanders win
9.12.22 Hour 41:00- Jay Gruden, former Washington head coach, joins G&D (now every week, Mondays at 5pm ET) to break down the Commanders-Jags game as the Commanders are undefeated! 33:35- After discussing the impressive offensive performances, we then move to the flip side of the field, the defense. The defense struggled at times, but we really get the shovel out here and dig into the issues.
Kevin opens the show with thoughts on the Bills blowout win and Washington-Jacksonville. Jay Gruden and Bram Weinstein join to talk everything Commanders, as well as Sunday's season opener against the Jaguars. Plus, 8 "Smell Test" picks for the weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Segment 4 - Sean McVay brought in a familiar face as Jay Gruden joins his staff as a consultant. Segment 5 - Can Washington's offense carry the defense to the playoffs in 2022? Segment 6 - Jerry Coleman previews the Ravens-Commanders preseason finale and the latest on negotiations between the front office and Lamar Jackson on a long-term extension.
The Washington Commanders have fired defensive line coach Sam Mills III two weeks into training camp in a surprise move, replacing him with Jeff Zgonina. Former Washington Head Coach Jay Gruden, weighs in on that, Carson Wentz, Terry McLaurin, Daron Payne and the disappointing D-Line plus the the best divisions in the NFL and more! Find and Follow Locked On Commanders: Apple: https://apple.co/2YHegGc Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3mHG7ye Audacy: https://bit.ly/2YDl7jE Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3IcmdUK Google Play: https://bit.ly/34JEKKq Locked on Washington Commanders has the latest reaction, news, and player interviews from the organization with this daily podcast from DC & national sports personality Chris Russell and co-host David Harrison. You can also catch Chris with his co-host Pete Medhurst on The TEAM 980 & the Audacy App from 9 A- NOON ET and at Command Post Magazine. David can be found covering the Washington Commanders in writing as well, as a part of Sports Illustrated's family of sites. Follow Chris and David on Twitter, where they share the latest news and analysis about the Washington Commanders, and interact with fans of the team! Chris Russell: https://twitter.com/Russellmania621 David Harrison: https://twitter.com/DHarrison82 #WashingtonCommanders #HTTC #NFL Twitter Links
8.9.22 Hour 41:00- Jay Gruden, former Commanders head coach, joins G&D to discuss the season ahead for the Commanders. Also, he gives some insight into who should play, and who shouldn't in the preseason. 24:00- Roger Goodell released a statement today regarding the Deshaun Watson suspension for this season, as it is being appealed by the NFL. We discussed that here.
The Athletic's Ben Standig welcomes back Jay Gruden to the podcast for episode 200! After Ben opens the show with notes on Dan Snyder skipping this week's hearing on Capitol Hill, Gruden joins for a fun and informative Q&A (8:20). Topics: What's the looming battle between NFL offensive and defensive coordinators? How will Carson Wentz help Terry McLaurin? Who did Gruden chat up at Sean McVay's wedding? Which of his former Washington players does he keep in touch with? Is any part of Jay cool with not being the head coach here considering the last three years of chaos? Tons more as well. With the NBA Draft this week, Ben and George Washington University men's basketball coach Chris Caputo explored the lottery picks and potential options for the Wizards. They also discuss Caputo's challenges at GW and scheduling other DMV programs.
Kevin opened with his thoughts on the Commanders' $100,000 fine of Jack Del Rio yesterday. He spent time on Steph Curry's incredible Game 4 performance last night in Boston. Then it was a conversation with guest Jay Gruden followed by Eddie C's Belmont picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our good friend Craig Hoffman joined the show to discuss the latest on the Commanders and also weigh in on the swirling story that has wrapped up many of the biggest names over the last few days. There is also an animal making an appearance on Fans of the Week.
Jay Gruden joins Craig Hoffman and Logan Paulsen to talk about what it takes to run an NFL offense. The guys talk about the demand of putting together a gameplan, how it works, and the major factors that affect how it comes together. They talk about the challenges of different coordinators and personnel as well as deal breakers, specifically at the quarterback position. Plus, Gruden gives his assessment of some of the current Commanders from defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio to wide receiver Terry McLaurin. Our off-season scouting reports continue with the Dallas Cowboys. Logan and Craig debate whether the Cowboys should have moved on from Amari Cooper and the pressure that puts on Dak Prescott. Plus, Logan goes deep on the Cowboys draft class. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guest: former Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan with his evaluations of key picks by the Commanders in the 2022 NFL Draft - Jahan Dotson, Sam Howell, Phidarian Mathis and Brian Robinson Jr. - and with some story time on him and Jay Gruden convincing Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen that Kirk Cousins needed to be the Skins' QB1 in 2015 Wizards: react to the Wizards getting the No. 10 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft via yet another NBA Draft Lottery that did them no favors Nationals: analysis of more ugliness in a 5-1 loss at the Miami Marlins and of Cade Cavalli struggling for Triple-A Rochester Orioles: thoughts on a 5-4 loss to the New York Yankees, Grayson Rodriguez continuing to dominate for Triple-A Norfolk and Matt Harvey being suspended for 60 games by MLB for distributing opioids to the late Tyler Skaggs https://HelloFresh.com/Galdi16 and use the promo code Galdi16 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Segment 4 - Jay Gruden joined Kevin to discuss Washington's options at QB this year and in the future Segment 5 - The Commanders fixed their crest. How happy is Kevin? Segment 6 - Kevin asked Brendan if we should give the Commanders credit for fixing their crest. Now we want to ask you.
Kevin with Jay Gruden today on Washington's pursuit of a quarterback, the Super Bowl, and more NFL-related topics. Kevin opened the show explaining the difference between the Dan Snyder/Washington and Jerry Richardson/Carolina situations. He also weighed in on the college football decision to not expand its playoff format. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this hour of Follow The Money, Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard continue to handicap the Super Bowl as they are joined by Jay Gruden and Nat Tice. Then they continue to talk about the NBA trade deadline before 4 pm eastern.Hosts:Mitch MossPauly HowardGuests:Jay GrudenNate Tice Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
NJF 148 Start Bench Cut Gruden's rehabilitation tour: Hosts Manning Bros esque show with his brother, Jay Gruden who got jealous of a player banging his girl and benched him for the guy that missed the block that led to Alex Smith's injury Launches Last Chance U but for white kids only New Jeopardy host Colts-Ravens Reactions Game was shit, they fired Gruden, the game got amazing Did Lamar take a shit at halftime? Seems like the league has figured Lamar Jackson out huh? Tavon Young Personal Foul bailed out Why couldn't we get the Manning Bros tonight? I'd love their take on Gruden Worst Excuse in a losing performance Colts were up 22-3 Week 4 Picks Trevor - Doug - 4-1 (Titans, Saints, Bills, Bucs) 5-5 total NotJoe - 2-3 (Saints, Titans) Start Bench Cut The Most Done Steelers (2-3) Raiders without Gruden (3-2 but lost two straight and their HC) New England (needed a comeback to beat the Texans) Best punch Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder Kadarious Toney NotJoe MVP Radar (now 2-4 following being caught on radar) Kyler Murray - Undefeated Justin Herbert - first place in the AFCW Dak Prescott 1066, 10 TD, 8.0ypa Awards Offensive Defensive Player of the Week Kickers. Fucking all of them Sam Darnold -- 177, 1TD 3-INT ‘Best Excuse in a Losing Performance Browns - 500 yards, no turnovers, 42 points, and we got fucked by the refs 49ers - Started a rookie, on the road, against the last unbeaten team and it wasnt so bad Giants - Mike Glennon played over half the football game Lions Coaching to Lose the Game Sending stupid emails 10 years ago and having your locker room quit on you Texans fake punt thing Browns running the ball on 3-10 needing a score Zac Taylor attempting 57y FG instead of going for 4-1 Shanahan 1-5 on 4th down Jekyl and Carlos Hyde Award Ravens - IN THE SAME GAME Eagles - Time to say nice things again! Do the steelers qualify here? Is beating denver a good win? Every team on their schedule so far has a winning record and they're 2-3 with a mummy playing QB Award for terrible officiating that only affected the 49ers browns or giants No holding call in the end zone Wtf was that PI call Questions from the rest of the games I asked last week if the Panthers could beat the Bucs. I'll say no. Moving on Cowboys home field advantage? Dan Campbell crying Eagles on pace for 3 top 10 picks Jameis 12 TD 3 INT Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
During my time in Washinton in 2019, I had the pleasure of coaching tennis to Jay Gruden's wife, Sherry. While coaching her, we spoke about the importance of team values that subsequently drive behaviour. She suggested that I share a values activity with her husband, Jay Gruden, who at the time was the head coach of the Washington Redskins. This was an opportunity not to be missed for The Coaching Podcast. Jay Gruden is an American football coach and former quarterback. Currently, he has joined the Jaguars with coach Doug Marrone as one of their offensive coordinator coaches. He previously served as the head coach of the Washington Redskins from 2014 to 2019 and as offensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2011 to 2013. During his time in the Arena Football League (AFL), he won four Arena Bowls as a player and two more as a head coach. He is the younger brother of Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and was an assistant coach of the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers team that won Super Bowl XXXVII.