Dominique Foxworth, Dan Graziano, Jeff Saturday and Marcus Spears join Mike Greenberg to discuss a Monday Night Football thriller that ended in a questionable way. Were the Bills right to go for it on 4th down? Should Derrick Henry and the Titans be taken more seriously? After Dak Prescott was diagnosed with a calf sprain, how concerned should we be? Plus, the Browns are sitting at .500 but just how much of that is on Baker Mayfield?
Mike Greenberg, Ryan Clark, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Ryan discuss Week 6 in the NFL. After what could be the potential game of the year, did the Cowboys' win prove they are the best in the NFC? In a matchup featuring two MVP candidates, did Lamar Jackson and the Ravens show they are the best in the AFC? Plus, is it time to panic in Cleveland?
Sam Acho, Ryan Clark, Dan Graziano and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg as they give their reaction to the Bucs beating the Eagles to open Week 6. Did Brady prove that he could actually be the greatest free agent signing of all time? One of our analysts smells an upset brewing in Foxboro. Can the Patriots beat the Cowboys? Plus, David Pollack gives his analysis on whether Alabama can make the playoff and who should make the start for the Sooners this week.
Mike Greenberg, Kimberley A. Martin, Louis Riddick and Bart Scott preview Thursday night's Bucs-Eagles matchup. Are the Bucs asking too much from a 44 year old Tom Brady? Is Jalen Hurts the future of the Eagles? After experiencing early season struggles, is Patrick Mahomes trying to do too much on offense? Plus, Jessica Mendoza breaks down Thursday night's NLDS Game 5 between the Dodgers and Giants.
Mike Greenberg, Ryan Clark, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Ryan discuss an exciting Sunday in the NFL. After a crushing defeat to the Bills at home, are the Chiefs in trouble? What did the Bills prove? With the lack of a statement win this season, can the Browns trust Baker Mayfield to win the big game? Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum join the show to break down the craziness of Week 6 in college football.
Mike Greenberg, Sam Acho, Dan Graziano and Rob Ninkovich discuss the Rams beating the Seahawks and the significance of Russell Wilson's injury. What does Wilson's injury mean for both the Seahawks' present and future? In a battle between two of the AFC's powerhouses, will it be the Bills or Chiefs coming out on top Sunday night? Plus, how important is it for Oklahoma to get a win over Texas? Could Texas really be back with a statement win? Desmond Howard gives his insight on the rivalry.
Episode 359 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with the NFL Network's, Kyle Brandt. The "Good Morning Football" host talks about auditioning with Peyton and Eli Manning for the host role on their alternate "Monday Night Football" telecast, why he thinks it was best that he didn't get the gig and what makes the broadcast special. Brandt also talks about Nate Burleson leaving "Good Morning Football," his "10 Questions" podcast and pushing the envelope on air. In addition, Bradt pulls back the curtain on his "Wall Streeters" segment in which he and Peter Schrager transform into Jared and Trent. How many people write the sketch? How much is it rehearsed? What is it like to get up for and then come down from the sketch. Following Brandt is the weekly Traina Thoughts segment. This week, Jimmy and Sal Licata from WFAN and SNY talk about the Urban Meyer mess, ESPN naming Mike Greenberg the host of "NBA Countdown," the "Sopranos" prequel movie, "The Many Saints of Newark" and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Mike Greenberg, Jess Mendosa, Booger Mcfarland and Domonique Foxworth discuss the Al Wildcard beat down at Fenway. Are the Cowboys a superbowl team? Aaron Rodgers wants to be a Steeler? Are the Bears making QB mistakes? Is Big Ben done as QB1?
Mike Greenberg, Jeff Saturday,Dan Granziano Domonique Foxworth, and Marcus Spears dicuss the Chargers beating the Raiders. Are the Chargers the best team in the AFC West? Why is Nagy pushing for Dalton to be Qb1? Is Big Ben washed up? Are the Cowboys a Superbowl contender? Are the Bucs asking too much of Tom? Justin Herbert Justin Fields, Matt Nagy
Mike Greenberg, Ryan Clark, Dan Graziano, Rob Ninkovich and Rex Ryan discuss how Bill Belichick's knowledge of Tom Brady impacts Sunday night's matchup as well as what they are most looking forward to. After Damien Woody called Ben Roethlisberger "washed" on Thursday's show, the crew gives their takes on whether Woody is right. Plus, David Pollack joins the show to break down the possibilities of Alabama and Notre Dame getting upset this weekend.
Louis Riddick, Bart Scott and Damien Woody join Mike Greenberg to discuss what this Sunday night's game means for both Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Jenna Laine reports on the latest regarding how Brady and the Bucs are preparing for the Patriots. Currently sitting at 1-2 and last in the AFC West, are the Chiefs giving us reasons to be concerned? Plus, what is wrong with the Steelers? Is this it for Big Ben? Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Ben Roethlisberger
Mike Greenberg, Robert Griffin III, Kimberley A. Martin and Rob Ninkovich react to Jerry Jones and Mike McCarthy's comments on McCarthy's questionable time management in the Cowboys' win over the Eagles. Are people being too hard on McCarthy? With Tom Brady's return to New England just days away, the crew describes what they believe Brady is visualizing for that moment. Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum join the show to discuss whether Clemson's time as a national powerhouse is over.
Dan Graziano, Dominique Foxworth, Jeff Saturday and Marcus Spears join Mike Greenberg to give their analysis on the Cowboys' dominant Monday night performance. Should the rest of the NFC view the Cowboys as contenders? While the Cowboys offense shined, the Eagles struggled with Jalen Hurts at the helm. Is he the long term answer at QB for Philadelphia? Plus, how worried should we be about Justin Fields on this Bears team?
Mike Greenberg, Ryan Clark, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Ryan discuss Week 3's slate of NFL games. The crew breaks down the performance of Aaron Rodgers after he put the Packers on his back to beat the 49ers. With Justin Fields struggling mightily in his first start, is Matt Nagy to blame? Plus, are we watching the beginning of the end of an era in Pittsburgh?
Sam Acho, Ryan Clark, Dan Graziano and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg to discuss the comments surrounding Tom Brady's time in New England under Bill Belichick. With the addition of Micah Parsons on defense, is this finally the year for the Cowboys? Plus, how will Justin Fields fare in his first career NFL start?
Jeff Darlington, Louis Riddick, Bart Scott and Damien Woody join Mike Greenberg to give their takes on Justin Fields making his first career start this weekend. Should Matt Nagy hand the keys to the franchise over to Fields despite saying Dalton is the starter when healthy? With Tom Brady's return to Foxboro just over a week away, is there a chance he could overlook this weekend's matchup against the Rams? A day after Greeny hopped on the Cowboys' bandwagon, will Bart and Woody do the same?
Domonique Foxworth, Tim Hasselbeck, Desmond Howard and Kimberley A. Martin join Mike Greenberg as they discuss how Aaron Rodgers is responding to the critics. After a Week 2 loss to the Ravens, just how vulnerable are the Chiefs? Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum break down all things related to college football including the possibility of Deion Sanders coaching at USC.
Dominique Foxworth, Dan Graziano, Jeff Saturday and Marcus Spears join Mike Greenberg as they break down the Packers' first win. The crew discusses their interpretations of Matt Nagy's comments on who the Bears' starting QB is. Plus, with Ben Roethlisberger already taking a ton of hits this season, will he make it through 17 games? Aaron Rodgers, Andy Dalton, Justin Fields, Ben Roethlisberger
Ryan Clark, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Ryan join Mike Greenberg to discuss the Sunday night thriller between the Chiefs and Ravens. Was Lamar Jackson's performance enough to silence the doubters? After getting their first win of the season, has the Cowboys defense turned it around for good? Plus, the crew gives their biggest takeaway from Justin Fields' outing after coming in for an injured Andy Dalton.
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Ryan Clark, Dan Graziano and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg to discuss their takeaways from Washington's Thursday Night Football win over the Giants. With the Chiefs and Ravens facing off Sunday night, the crew gives their takes on how wide the gap is between Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes. Plus, David Pollack joins the show to discuss if Florida has any chance of upsetting Alabama in a battle of the SEC.
Louis Riddick, Bart Scott, Adam Schefter and Damien Woody join Mike Greenberg to discuss this week's Thursday Night Football matchup. The crew stays within the NFC East as they give their takes on who is more important for the Cowboys this week: Dak Prescott or Ezekiel Elliott? Plus, is Baker Mayfield good enough to lead the Browns to an AFC North title?
Dominique Foxworth, Kimberley A. Martin and David Pollack join Mike Greenberg to discuss former Packers TE Jermichael Finley's critical comments of Aaron Rodgers' work ethic. The crew debates whether the Saints are better off with Jameis Winston than they were with Drew Brees last season. Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum give their takes on if Alabama remains above everyone else and the chances of them getting upset on the road in Florida.
Dominique Foxworth, Kimberley A. Martin, Rob Ninkovich and David Pollack join Mike Greenberg to discuss the outlook of the NFC East. Hear why one of our analysts thinks it's best for Justin Fields to sit on the sidelines for the entire season. Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum give their takes on their top four teams and if Ohio State has played themselves out of the college football playoff with their loss to Oregon last weekend.
Mike Greenberg, Domonique Foxworth, Dan Graziano and Jeff Saturday discuss the Monday Night Football game between the Ravens and the Raiders.. The crew breaks down how worried fans should be about Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Plus, has everyone's vision of the NFC East changed following Week 1?
The Get Up crew discusses how good of a season Tom Brady will have. Will Mac Jones become Rookie of the Year and live up to Brady's legacy as his successor? Eli Manning joins Mike Greenberg to talk about everything from Eli's Places to Daniel Jones.
Mike Greenberg, Adam Schefter, Bart Scott, and Damien Woody discuss the season opener between the Cowboys and Bucs. Could this be Aaron Rodgers' final season in Green Bay? TJ Watt returns to the team amid contract negotiations. How short of a leash do the Bears keep Andy Dalton on?
Tim Hasselbeck, Kimberley A. Martin and Dan Orlovsky join Mike Greenberg to discuss the expectations for Dak Prescott heading into his matchup with the Buccaneers' defense. Hasselbeck tells us why our expectations for Tom Brady this season are not high enough. The crew makes their pick on which rookie quarterback will be the most successful in the next five years. Plus, Orlovsky gives his list of the NFL's top five offenses.
Tim Hasselbeck, Kimberley A. Martin and Dan Orlovsky join Mike Greenberg as they break down the likelihood of the Cowboys getting blown out in the season opener. The crew debates the best way for the Browns to beat Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs this weekend. Plus, Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum discuss whether or not Clemson has already knocked themselves out of playoff contention.
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Mike Greenberg and the Get up crew discuss the college football rankings. How will the Cowboys react without having Zack Martin? Which young Qb will have the most pressure this season? Bucs or Cowboys in the NFL season opener?
Mike Greenberg, Marucs Spears, Mike Tannenbum, and Kimberly Martin, discuss the start of college football. They also discuss the upcoming NFL opening weekend. Will the Bucs repeat? Is the pressure on Baker Mayfield? Can the Packers succeed without their Left tackle?
Desmond Howard and Paul Finebaum join Mike Greenberg to discuss whether Georgia or Clemson needs the head-to-head win more. Plus, they break down the chances of Oklahoma's season ending with a national championship. Sam Acho, Jeremy Fowler and Marcus Spears share their level of concern with Carson Wentz and his lack of reps this preseason. The concern continues into the crew's discussion with the Cowboys' approach heading into the season opener.
David Pollack joins Mike Greenberg, Sam Acho and Marcus Spears to break down Ohio State's season opener and preview the biggest game of the weekend in Georgia vs. Clemson. Rob Ninkovich, Acho and Spears discuss whether the Cowboys should have interest in Cam Newton. The crew makes their picks on which NFL player is under the most pressure to have a bounce back season.
Tedy Bruschi and Dan Orlovsky join Mike Greenberg to discuss Cam Newton's future in the NFL. Mike Tannenbaum enters the conversation as the crew breaks down how the loss of David Bakhtiari will affect Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' season. The crew along with Jeff Darlington talk about how the Cowboys and Dak Prescott should approach Week 1.
Sam Acho, Tedy Bruschi, Jeff Darlington and Mike Tannenbaum join Mike Greenberg as they react to the sudden release of Cam Newton. The crew breaks down what's at stake for Bill Belichick this season. Heather Dinich and Paul Finebaum join the show to discuss the opening weekend for college football.
Chris Canty, Jeff Darlington and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg to discuss the Patriots' QB battle between Cam Newton and Mac Jones heading into their preseason game Thursday night. The crew talks about the QB battle taking place in Chicago with Andy Dalton and Justin Fields. Canty, Darlington and Ninkovich make their picks for which AFC North team is most likely to be in the Super Bowl.
Chris Canty, Jeff Darlington and Rob Ninkovich join Mike Greenberg to talk about Aaron Rodgers' comments on his future in Green Bay. The crew breaks down whether this is a make or break season for Daniel Jones. Jeff Passan discusses whether Shohei Ohtani is having one of the greatest individual seasons in MLB history.
Sam Acho, Jeff Darlington and Jeff Saturday join Mike Greenberg to discuss how much pressure is on Tua Tagavailoa as he enters his second season. The crew talks about Matthew Berry's top fantasy quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, and their expectations for him this season. Acho, Darlington and Saturday along with Greenberg make their picks on which rookie quarterback they would draft first in fantasy football.
Sam Acho, Jeff Darlington and Jeff Saturday break down whether they think Jalen Hurts can have a breakout season. Matthew Berry joins Mike Greenberg to discuss the potential of Dak Prescott and Saquon Barkley in fantasy football as well as his sleeper quarterback picks. Jeff Passan talks baseball in New York and the playoff hopes for the Yankees and Mets.
We talk Malice at the Palace with The Way Brothers. Dan Stanczyk returns. He tells great stories about Colin Cowherd and Mike Greenberg. The Suicide Squad. Val Kilmer documentary, Val. Kevin Costner joining Cinephile? Do all villains hate their parents? Catch Me If You Can. What's a worse name for a villain than Polka-Dot Man? Bowfinger.
Sam Acho, Jeff Darlington and Damien Woody join Mike Greenberg to discuss which offense is the biggest threat to the Chiefs for the best in the NFL. The crew talks about Saquon Barkley's return and what that means for the Giants and the NFC East. Plus, Acho, Darlington and Woody discuss the Patriots' quarterback battle between Cam Newton and Mac Jones.
Sam Acho, Jeff Darlington and Damien Woody join Mike Greenberg to give their predictions on when the Buccaneers will lose their first game this season. The crew discusses whether Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers are being underestimated. Plus, Buster Olney joins the show to discuss the MLB divisional races.
Mike Greenberg shares his thoughts on the recently released FPI predictions, Peyton Manning's Hall of Fame speech and Joey Votta saying baseball fans should move on from being angry at the Astros. Plus, former FSU quarterback Christian Ponder reflects on the legend that was Bobby Bowden who passed away at the age of 91.
Dominique Foxworth, Kimberley A. Martin and Mike Tannenbaum join Mike Greenberg to discuss their concern over Dak Prescott's shoulder injury. The crew talks about Aaron Rodgers and his potential to torch the league again this season. Plus, Foxworth, Martin and Tannenbaum look ahead to next year's potential NFL Hall of Fame class.
The Suns win in an absolute thriller. Playoff P is back. Canadiens are just going to keep on winning (2:50 -13:07). Carl Nassib comes out as the first active gay NFL player (13:07 - 19:18). Hot Seat/Cool Throne (19:18 - 43:00). Jaguars Co-Owner Tony Khan joins the show to talk wrestling, the Jaguars, and tons more (43:00 - 80:39). Cubs Patrick Wisdom joins us in studio to talk baseball, how much it sucks to face Jacob deGrom, hitting homers and respecting 90 (80:39 - 102:31). We finish with Mike Greenberg's dumb rules about baseballs sticky stuff and FAQ's.