Loaded Monday after NFL Week 4.
Dak has been good, but he isn’t better than Tony Romo. Romo could do what he’s doing and more with that offense.
Colin thinks Jon Gruden to one of the major college jobs for around $8 million per year. USC and Texas top the list. College teams with coaching vacancies better start lining up behind the scenes right now.
“I’m just going to throw the name Jon Gruden out there. I think Jon Gruden, for about 7, $8 million would consider both USC and Texas.”
Vin Scully looks and sounds amazing at 89 because he’s a gracious, happy person. Colin thinks nothing ages people faster than anger. Farewell to a legend.
Also, Colin faces the music after a weekend of predictions with Where Colin was right, where Colin was wrong. He was right on the Cowboys not missing Dez, but really wrong on the NFC West leading Rams. Take it easy. Everybody was wrong on the Rams.
Jimmy Johnson – NFL Hall of Famer and Fox NFL Sunday co-host is in-studio to talk about why Dak Prescott is succeeding, what 1 – 3 Arizona and Carolina need to do this week, his take on Mark Richt reenergizing The U, and why college coaching jobs are a better gig than NFL coaching jobs.
Shannon Sharpe – NFL Hall of Famer and co-host of The Undisputed with Skip and Shannon is in-studio to explain why Romo should start when he returns, whether Cam needs to change his game to avoid taking so much punishment, and why defenses can’t wait to light him up when he leaves the pocket.
Ian Rapoport – NFL Network Insider breaks down the latest league buzz after an eventful Week 4, he updates the Carson Palmer and Cam concussion status, if Dez Bryant missing meetings is a real problem, if it’s written in stone that Romo gets his job back when he’s healthy, Gronk’s nagging hamstring, and the future of the Jets at quarterback.
Bruce Feldman – FS1 College Football Insider is talking major program coaching movement at Texas, USC, LSU. Whether Charlie Strong is dead man walking at Texas, LSU and Tom Herman rumors, whether Chip Kelly will still listen to college offers, why Jon Gruden is the “White Whale” for college football openings.