Deconstructing the Diva wide receiver. Vegas says no NFL player other than the quarterback is worth more than a point. Wide Receivers don’t win games. Dez Bryant is example 1A. Colin thinks he’s the single most overrated player in the NFL, and that the Cowboys should trade him.
“To me, I look at that young impressionable Dak Prescott, and I’m Jason Garrett, I need to start winning now. I’d trade Dez.”
Nick Saban is a hypocrite af when it comes to transfers. He calls players who transfer quitters, but has no problem being a liar. Colin calls out Saban on his double standard.
How many more times does Miami need to see Tannehill be mediocre, before they realize he’s not a franchise quarterback. The Dolphins need to draft a quarterback this year and move on. There’s nothing worse in the NFL than living in the purgatory of having an average quarterback.
Tim Tebow, Legend of the Diamond. Colin regales the future Hall of Famer.
All that, and a Blazin’ 5 that’s so hot it’s as if it was born of the surface of the sun. Colin’s off to Vegas to take advantage. Back on Monday.
Michael Lombardi – Former NFL Exec and Fox NFL Analyst is in-studio to explain why the Dolphins need to move on from Tannehill, why Andy Dalton is a 20/20 quarterback, the difference between building a team, and collecting talent, like the Cowboys, and sage advice Bill Walsh gave him about the importance, or lack of importance, of wide receivers.
Pete Rose and Frank Thomas – The MLB greats and co-hosts of Hurt & Hustle, which debuts on FS1 tomorrow, are in studio to talk about whether Colin is a bad guy for having questions about Big Papi’s monster last year, steroids in their eras, why The Big Hurt thinks Tim Tebow is going to make it in baseball, and why The Hit King doesn’t.
Terry Bradshaw – NFL Hall of Famer and co-host of Fox NFL Sunday is in-studio to talk about near-death private jet experience, why college offenses are a big obstacle for young NFL quarterbacks, life on the ranch, his unique relationship with Howie Long, and why he is a Dak Prescott believer.