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What does the future hold for Aaron Rodgers now that they've been knocked out of the playoffs? How likely is it that he'd be the replacement for Tom Brady in Tampa Bay? Also, 2x NBA Champion & 710 ESPN's Mychal Thompson joins the show to talk about his son Klay, and the trajectory of the Lakers. Plus, how likely is it that the Cowboys try to move on from Mike McCarthy in favor of Sean Payton?
How likely is it that Sean Payton is not the head coach of the Saints next season? Where is Aaron Rodgers going to play net year? Also, Pro Football Hall of Famer Tim Brown joins the show to talk about what the future holds for Tom Brady. Plus, can Joe Burrow lead the Bengals to the Super Bowl?
T Bob Hebert and Jacob Hester kick off your day with some headlines, as Sean Payton's future as the saints' head coach is uncertain. We discuss the latest on the situation and update some injuries on the LSU men's basketball team. Ben McDonald of the SEC Network also joins the show to preview the LSU […] The post OTB HOUR ONE 01-25-2022- Headlines, Sean Payton's future uncertain, Ben McDonald appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
How likely is it that Mike McCarthy will get fired, and Sean Payton will get hired by the Cowboys? If Jimmy G makes another Super Bowl will they be able to move on from him? ESPN NFL Analyst Jeff Saturday joins to talk about that and more. Plus, what will the next steps be for Aaron Rodgers & Tom Brady?
How likely is it that Mike McCarthy will get fired, and Sean Payton will get hired by the Cowboys? If Jimmy G makes another Super Bowl will they be able to move on from him? ESPN NFL Analyst Jeff Saturday joins to talk about that and more. Plus, what will the next steps be for Aaron Rodgers & Tom Brady?
On this episode of UNFAIR SPORTS:Our return and battles with Dat Rona (00:00), lots of Dallas Cowboy slander! J/K Should the Cowboys go for Sean Payton? (05:40), The epic battle between the KC Chiefs and Buffalo Bills and the emergence of Patrick Mahomes vs Josh Allen (13:00), Why folks hate Josh Allen (23:30), Tampa Bay Bucs failing vs Matt Stafford and the Rams (37:20), What happened to Aaron Rodgers (48:10), Ryan Tannehill proving me right (56:08), OU Winning Jackson Arnold (01:09:16). Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozenteez.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://smarturl.it/unfairjj/youtubeWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairhttps://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdMfJE8m/Jay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
Tom Brady may be going home for good after this season for good. What will that mean for the Tampa Bay Buccanneers and their future plans? Aaron Rodgers had all the tools he needed to win a super bowl in Green Bay but didn't get the job done. What does he have to blame? Or will he walk away? Sean Payton's future in New Orleans is in question for the Saints. What would the Saints do to replace Payton if he retired? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick note on reports that Antonio Brown would like to catch passes from Lamar Jackson next season in Baltimore. The Ravens would be making a monumental mistake if they decide to kick the tires on AB for 2022 ;Baltimore doesn't need that kind of distraction in their locker room. The biggest story to come out on Monday, however, was that the Denver Broncos have zeroed in on Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett to be their next coach. Recall during his offseason of discontent Aaron Rodgers reportedly was targeting the Broncos as his next landing spot. If the hiring of Hackett can guarantee the arrival of Rodgers as well, the Broncos suddenly become a viable Super Bowl contender. In fact, Jason argues, Rodgers in Denver would be eerily similar to Tom Brady in Tampa Bay. Finally, J-Mac closes the show with a few thoughts on the rumors surrounding New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton. Payton is reportedly eyeing a move to TV if he decides to step away from the Saints, but couldn't you picture him taking a year off to recharge only to return to the NFL as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in 2024? File that one away. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The NFL could see a massively changing landscape in the NFC. Starting with two legendary quarterbacks that are reportedly taking time to decide their future. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers have both indicated that they'll contemplate their next steps before free agency. What it means for their teams, divisions, and the NFL if they call it quits. While some teams are pondering their futures based on potential losses, others are celebrating additions. The New York Giants have hired their new general manager in Joe Shoen. What he brings to the Big Apple and how he can impact them as they bounce back from the Dave Gettleman days. Other former Buffalo Bills staff members to watch. The future of Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints is also cloudy. With reports suggesting that there will be a meeting between Payton and Saints owner Gayle Benson, what the future of the Saints could look like without coach Payton, how Taysom Hill could be impacted, and what the Saints should do to try to keep him in the building. Follow Luke on Twitter @LukeBraunNFL Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. OnlineGambling.com Visit onlinegambling.com/NFL to get the edge over the competition throughout this year's Playoffs! GetUpside Just download the FREE GetUpside App and use promo code TOUCHDOWN to get up to 50¢/gallon cash back on your first tank. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It turns out that the NFL is supposed to be fun. More thoughts on a wild NFL Divisional Round Weekend and how far away the Panthers are to being on that level. Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Sean Payton, and Russell Wilson could all have new homes or be out of the NFC, or NFL, next season. Why the Panthers need to capitalize on the changing power dynamics in the NFC this offseason. Plus, an update on Matt Rhule's coaching staff as Ben McAdoo officially named OC. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. OnlineGambling.com Visit onlinegambling.com/NFL to get the edge over the competition throughout this year's Playoffs! GetUpside Just download the FREE GetUpside App and use promo code TOUCHDOWN to get up to 50¢/gallon cash back on your first tank. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The New Orleans Saints are no strangers to Sean Payton rumors. But this offseason, those rumors have taken a decisive step into reality as Jay Glazer confirmed on 105.3 The Fan that Payton is indeed weighing his options between returning to the Saints or retiring, even just for a break. What options does Sean Payton have? And how do they impact the New Orleans Saints? How the New Orleans Saints could fight to convince Payton to stay. Aggressively pursing another star QB like Russell Wilson or Aaron Rodgers, working to keep his staff in tact, and ensuring the resources to retain as much of a star-studded 2021 defense as possible could all go a long way in keeping Payton in the big Easy. What happens if the unthinkable does take place, and Sean Payton isn't the Saints coach in 2022? The Saints should move ahead and rebuild their staff with a full coaching search. They'd be a little late to the starting line with many teams with open coaching opportunities are already down to finalists, but the situation in New Orleans should be attractive enough to garner attention from candidates. Defensive coordinator Dennis Allen, 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel, Cardinals DC Vance Joseph, and other coaches with ties to the organization could be atop the list. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
Mike Florio and Charean Williams recap the craziness that was the Bills-Chiefs game and why it should be considered the greatest game ever played. They also debate the futures of Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady after neither would say whether they will play next season. Plus, has Sean Payton coached his last game in New Orleans?
(0:00) Michael Smith and Michael Holley sift through the last 13 seconds from the Bills-Chiefs game and debate whether the league should change its overtime rules. (28:20) Following another playoff loss from Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, Smith and Holley discuss how his brilliance in the regular season doesn't translate to the postseason. (49:30) Smith calls out Holley on how wrong he was about the Cincinnati Bengals after the team squeezed out a win against the Titans. (57:30) Charles Robinson joins the show to discuss what the future holds for Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, the Bengals shedding their underdog moniker, and whether or not Sean Payton could end up as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.(1:20:00) The brothers dissect how the 49ers have balanced Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance so far this season and debate who they'll lean on most moving forward in the playoffs.
The Advocate's Scott Rabalais joins Matt to recap his sit down interview with LSU AD Scott Woodward. Matt talks the NFL overtime rules after the Bills lost without getting an offensive possession in the extra period. Sean Fazende of FOX 8 in New Orleans joins Matt to discuss the growing uncertainty around Sean Payton and […] The post AFR 1-24-2022 Hour 3 | Scott Rabalais & Sean Fazende appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
Sean Fazende of FOX 8 in New Orleans joins Matt to discuss the growing uncertainty around Sean Payton and the Saints. The post Sean Fazende talks Sean Payton's future in New Orleans appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac break down all of the playoff action from divisional weekend. Adam Schefter, our ESPN NFL Insider, joins the show to provide the latest insight on the second round of head coaching interviews for the Broncos. At The Water Cooler, DMac asks Tyler whether or not Sean Payton's lack of commitment to the Saints so far this offseason is evidence that he'll be on the move. Will Tom Brady retire this offseason? Tyler gives his thoughts on Jimmy Garoppolo as a potential quarterback target for the Broncos. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bryan and David are back to discuss the weekend full of divisional-round playoff games. They break down the impact these games have had on the audience and touch on Aaron Rodgers's interview with Kevin Van Valkenburg two days before his divisional game as well as Tony Romo's performance (6:42). Then, they address the potential career moves for New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, former Cowboys star Troy Aikman, and NBC commentator Al Michaels (25:21). Lastly, in the Notebook Dump, they discuss the news that the Chicago Sun-Times was acquired and will become a nonprofit, touch on Robert Costa leaving The Washington Post for CBS News, and then wrap things up with a new feature called Chyron Copy Editor (39:20). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Which under-the-radar moments and plays deserve a little more attention after the most memorable weekend of playoff football in quite some time? Jake and Stacy give you theirs in What Caught My Eye to begin hour three. In NFL Headlines, what's Sean Payton's future in New Orleans looking like? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour one of After Further Review, Matt recaps the NFL Divisional Round. We also recap our picks from Friday. Is Sean Payton leaving New Orleans? Matt examines the possibility. Matt goes around the SEC with stories on Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina, Tennessee and more. We close the hour looking at the point spreads […] The post AFR 1-24-2022 Hour 1 | Is Sean Payton Leaving New Orleans? appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
There's no other way to put it. The Saints need to find themselves a franchise quarterback this offseason.
Marcus Mosher and Landon McCool of Locked On Cowboys discuss all of the NFL action from the Divisional Round of the playoffs and their biggest takeaway from each game. Plus, they debate the latest Sean Payton rumors and if he could return to the Cowboys in 2022. All that and so much more in this episode of the show! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. OnlineGambling.com Visit onlinegambling.com/NFL to get the edge over the competition throughout this year's Playoffs! GetUpside Just download the FREE GetUpside App and use promo code TOUCHDOWN to get up to 50¢/gallon cash back on your first tank. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Andy and Randy discuss the biggest headlines around the NFL including this weekend's wild Divisional Round games, the Packers having the worst special team's play of the weekend and Sean Payton reportedly thinking about not coming back to coach the Saints next season. Plus, we talk Super Bowl commercials and more in the Wendy Zone.
The Chicago Bears didn't do anything notable on the divisional round playoff weekend, but the biggest NFL news stories of the weekend should put a smile on Bears fans faces. Locked on Bears host Lorin Cox checks in on reports about Sean Payton leaving the New Orleans Saints, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers' catastrophic failure and 5 head coaching candidates losing in the playoffs to become available for Chicago. Subscribe to Locked On Bears on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXCnRo-iwMsS4iC1SobeGHA Follow @LockedOnBears on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lockedonbears Like Locked on Bears on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LockedOnBears Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. OnlineGambling.com Visit onlinegambling.com/NFL to get the edge over the competition throughout this year's Playoffs! GetUpside Just download the FREE GetUpside App and use promo code TOUCHDOWN to get up to 50¢/gallon cash back on your first tank. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lots of rumors continues to swirl around the New Orleans Saints and Sean Payton. Payton, who has several years left on his contract as the Saints' head coach is rumored to be potentially mulling a mini-retirement. Why these reports are extraneous until they aren't any longer. If Sean Payton did end up leaving, what would happen next for the New Orleans Saints? Two excellent coaching candidates to consider in defensive coordinator Dennis Allen and San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel. Why both would be solid options and how a potential ripple effect could get started if Payton were to depart. An early look at Mock Draft Monday: going wide receiver in this draft is very important for the future of the New Orleans Saints offense. Why Alabama's Jameson Williams, despite his injury, could be exactly what the New Orleans Saints need. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
Should the New Orleans Saints lose defensive coordinator Dennis Allen to one of the NFL's open head coaching positions, they have two excellent in-house options to take over the role. Ryan Nielsen and Kris Richard both have what it takes to carry on the success of Allen's defense and add their own spin and fire to the position. If the Saints choose to go out of the facility to fill the spot, they could look to an old friend of head coach Sean Payton's in former Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer. Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill both exceeded expectations in 2021, but one finite detail can be missed about Winston's passing distribution that speak positively of his decision-making, which was previously in question. How targeting players at all positions impacts our read on Winston's development. Along with Dennis Allen, Jeff Ireland has also drawn interest from the Chicago Bears. With the New York Giants having hired their GM in Joe Shoen, the pool for Chicago thins with one less top candidate. How this impact New Orleans. Meanwhile, across the division, the Carolina Panthers have hired Ben McAdoo to fill their offensive coordinator position and confidence in Charlotte is not high. Saints add WRs Jalen McCleskey and Kirk Merritt ahead of free agency. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
Chris Rosvoglou talks Sean Payton's future with the Saints.
Adam and Ryan discuss the rumors of Sean Payton possibly retiring or going to another team. We talk about the SaintsTwitter Spaces that took place and some of the hot topics we took away and also hit on some of the playoff games from Wild Card weekend. Fun convo! www.whodatdish.com www.saintstwitterpod.com Become a Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/saintstwitterpod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In hour two of After Further Review, Matt explores the idea of Sean Payton leaving the Saints for a tv job sooner rather than later. Host of Sports 225 Lee Feinswog joins Matt to talk LSU Basketball and beer. Lee's beer recommendation for the week is Walker Melon Texas Ranger by Great Raft Brewing. Kendall […] The post AFR 1-18-2022 Hour 2 | Lee Feinswog & Kendall Rogers appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
The New Orleans Saints will be looking for solutions at the quarterback position. They could look to reunite with Jameis Winston or trade for other proven commodities like Russell Wilson and Derek Carr.But the Saints value on draft picks will be the potential deciding factor. If the Saints do make a move for Russell Wilson, it would likely run them at least a couple of first-round picks. So if they went that route, they could still land an immediate impact WR in the second day of the NFL Draft. John Metchie of Alabama and Wan'Dale Robinson of Kentucky could be interesting options to pair with Wilson due to his previous success with players of similar skillsets. Is there more than just smoke around the Sean Payton offseason chatter? Why we should be paying attention to it and what could be the solution if the unexpected happens. Demario Davis and JT Gray both named to All-Pro lists, but Saints brass not getting the head coaching and general manager attention that was expected. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
On today's episode, @canadiancutler makes his return to Take It Easy after 10 months!!! We discuss the Bills Offense rolling into KC on Sunday for the Game of the Year and Devin Singletary's long-awaited breakout. We also discuss team's missing on QBs with the #1 Pick, poor development of QBs, the lack of parity at the top of the modern NFL, Derrick Henry, TJ Watt, is Zac Taylor a good coach, and whether Sean Payton would leave the Saints. We also marvel at the end of the Cowboys-49ers game and discuss how this might be the 2nd best Aaron Rodgers Packers team ever. I also break down the 2021 Cardinals after they lost a Wild Card Game in rough fashion to the Rams CKSAML Productions | Linktree This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code "BLEAV" for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
The pod that can't be killed once again arises from the ashes like a phoenix that has been repeatedly hit by a car and shot with a bazooka before being dropped off a cliff and skewered on a old-timey pike over a fire pit. The homies celebrate 60 epis with a rematch of Mystery Movie Mayhem. Along the way they discuss the trailers for Home Team, The Lost City, and The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent, as well how Sean Payton feels about Kevin James, whether or not Brad Pitt is broke, whether or not Nic Cage is broke, their existential thoughts on the future of the podcast and much, much more on this episode of The Loosest Conceptual Movie Podcast On The Internet™. Shirts & Sweatshirts: bonfire.com/looseconcept2 Closing Song: "Mystery" by Turnstile
While the rest of the NFL is focused on coaches being fired amidst Black Monday, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is already preparing for the 2022 season, his 16th in the Big Easy. On the heels of one of the most unprecedented seasons, Payton led the Saints to a 9-8 record despite losing their Hall Of Fame quarterback in Drew Brees, digging themselves out of their +$100M salary cap deficit, having personnel limited throughout the season to the point in which they set the NFL record for most starters in a season, plus COVID issues and being relocated by Hurricane Ida. An impressive resume for a head coach that has matched the criteria for coach of the year on many occasions. This year, he should not be overlooked. No coach has been selected for this award with single digit wins since Bruce Arians in 2012, taking over for Chuck Pagano and leading the team to a 9-3 playoff run. Back in 1990 Jimmy Johnson rebounded the hapless 1-15 Dallas Cowboys to a 7-9 season and was also given the honor. Could Coach Payton be the next? Also in this episode: Taysom Hill will undergo offseason procedures for lisfranc injury, further complicating the Saints quarterback conversation headed into 2022. They also bring back eight players on future/reserve contracts helping to fill out the 90-man training camp roster for next season. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
(3:50) Raiders def. Chargers: Las Vegas had plenty of reason to play for the win. And Justin Herbert deserved better.(19:25) Steelers def. Ravens: Contrary to rumors, Ahmed did not bet on Pittsburgh.(26:15) Jaguars def. Colts: "It was a straight up buttwhupping...and then Carson Wentz dumb sh!t started happening."(30:40) 49ers def. Rams: Damn! Okay...Kyle Shanahan, who makes everything happen.(39:50) Saints def. Falcons: Kudos to Alvin Kamara and Sean Payton.(42:20) Seahawks def. Cardinals: Chris doesn't know if this Arizona offense can last in the playoffs.(46:30) Buccaneers def. Panthers: What is Antonio Brown thinking as Rob Gronkowski racks up incentives?(49:50) Dolphins def. Patriots: Miami did Brian Flores wrong.(56:45) Bills def. Jets: Does Buffalo want the Pats coming to town again?(1:01:20) Cowboys def. Eagles: "Wow they moved the ball against third stringers! That did nothing for me."(1:04:05) Chiefs def. Broncos: "What is Patrick Mahomes looking at?"(1:06:20) Browns def. Bengals: Can we believe the Baker Mayfield reports? And we can't wait to watch Cincy in the playoffs.(1:08:50) Titans def. Texans: Why isn't Tennessee the AFC favorite?(1:15:30) Lions def. Packers: Green Bay is the top seed, but Chris like a value pick to win the NFC.(1:21:10) Vikings def. Bears: Which fired head coach could be a head coach again next year?(1:25:00) Washington def. Giants: New York can't bring back Joe Judge, can they?(1:27:20) Requiem For A Team: Ahmed eulogizes the Colts, Chargers, Ravens, and Saints.(1:29:30) The Grand Finale: "I will celebrate this moment for all of Steelers nation."
Ben Maller debates which head coach is more likely to leave their situation, Sean Payton in New Orleans or Mike Tomlin in Pittsburgh, the future for Matt Ryan, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The New Orleans Saints might not be postseason bound, but they did enough in Atlanta to handle their business and remind their players, future players, and others paying attention of their competitive spirit and winning culture. Between loosing Drew Brees, chopping down the salary cap, replacing players at just about every position, a record-breaking 58 unique starters, Hurricane Ida, and COVID outbreaks, the New Orleans Saints went through the ringer. But whether it was Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill, Tevor Siemian, or Ian Book under center, Sean Payton was prepared and ready to compete - a clear Coach of the Year candidate. Cam Jordan, Kwon Alexander, Alvin Kamara, and Marcus Davenport - among others - all had standout performances in the Saints' 30-20 victory over the rival Atlanta Falcons. Although the Los Angeles Rams couldn't hold up their end of the bargain and the Saints will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2017, New Orleans needs not be pitied. As the team proved itself to be one of the most competitive and resilient rosters in the NFL. Offseason storylines are on the way. Will Dennis Allen be the Saints defensive coordinator? Will the Saints be able to keep Marcus Williams? What's happening at quarterback? All just part of what is setting up to be a very intriguing offseason in the Big Easy. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
The New Orleans Saints are one win and little help away from another playoff performance. What Alvin Kamra, Taysom Hill, Cam Jordan, and other Saints stars need to do to get a win against the Atlanta Falcons with a little help from the Los Angeles Rams. Pre-snap conflict, sheer want and will all factor in to what the Saints have to do on the offensive side as is the health of the o-line with Terron Armstead, Erik McCoy, and Ryan Ramczyk. Cam Jordan, Marcus Davenport, and David Onyemata look to pressure Matt Ryan and eliminate the run game while looking to limit the big plays to Kyle Pitts and Cordarrelle Patterson. Ricardo LeCompte of WWLTV joins to talk Sean Payton, Saints chances against the Falcons, and a potential matchup with the Los Angeles Rams if they make the playoffs. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
In hour three of After Further Review, Matt reacts to Brian Kelly not retaining LSU Football GM Austin Thomas. ESPN's Mike Triplett joins Matt in his weekly spot to talk Saints. We discuss the playoff scenarios, Sean Payton's case for Coach of the Year and more. We preview LSU Women's Hoops vs. No. 1 South […] The post AFR 1-6-2022 Hour 3 | Austin Thomas not retained appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
In hour one of After Further Review, Matt reacts to LSU CB Derek Stingley Jr. officially declaring for the NFL Draft. How should Stingley's time at LSU be remembered? Matt looks at the latest Saints injury report, and makes a case for Sean Payton to win Coach of the Year. Matt goes around the SEC […] The post AFR 1-6-2022 Hour 1 | Derek Stingley Declares for NFL Draft appeared first on 1045 ESPN.
The New Orleans Saints are a win away from putting themselves in prime position for a fifth straight playoff appearance pending the result of the San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams game. The only thing standing in their way, the NFC South division rival Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons may be without a key cog in rookie tight end Kyle Pitts, but they'd still love nothing more than to play spoilers to Sean Payton and the Saints. The Saints defensive line, led by Cam Jordan (11.5 sacks) should look to get after Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan as they have shown a propensity to do in the past. They'll also look to get the run game going with Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, and Taysom Hill. The Saints will hope to have their full compliment of offensive lineman this week with the hopeful returns of Ryan Ramczyk and Terron Armstead. A New Orleans Saints win will take another top performance from Cam Jordan, Marshon Lattimore, Demario Davis, and the Saints defense as well as a grind-it-out style, resilient performance by the Saints offense. The offense may struggle to move the ball through the air, but a stout defense limiting Cordarrelle Patterson and others can help the Saints keep things in control during what should be a tightly contested divisional matchup. Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
We're rounding out the 2021 NFL season by handing out some awards of our own, from Most Improved Player to WTF Moment of the Year and more before Lindsay Jones and Robert Mays dive into MVP talk, Coach of the Year, Exec of the Year and all the rest - then Saints writer for The Athletic, Katherine Terrell, stops by to weigh-in on Robert's Sean Payton trade hypothetical, the fans' desire to make a playoff run and more Saints talk. Discount code for The Athletic just in time for PLAYOFFS! theathletic.com/footballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about Big Ben's last game at Heinz Field, the emotions of getting a send off in Pittsburgh, what he meant to the city, what's going on with the Browns and if Kevin Stefanski is openly trying to expose Baker Mayfield with some of the stuff he's being asked to do while hurt, thoughts on the Manning Cast, and more as we wrap up week 17 of the NFL season. Joining the program as he does every Tuesday fresh off clinching the number 1 seed and home field advantage throughout the playoffs, the Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers. Pat, Aaron, and AJ chat about his appearance on the Manning Cast, his thoughts on the season as a whole as the regular season comes to a close, the future that looms after the season, why he's playing so good right now, his relationship with Davante Adams, and much more (30:11-1:16:37). Later, 7x Pro Bowler, New Orleans Saints Walter Payton Man of the Year, 3x All-Pro, member of the 2010's All-Decade team, Cameron Jordan joins the program to discuss how the season has gone in New Orleans and how it's been a change without Drew Brees, the Saints getting into the playoffs with a win next week, his thoughts on Sean Payton's movie coming out, and much more (1:17:46-1:30:36). 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.