In the midst of the Odell Beckham drama, Colin doesn’t think the Giants shouldn’t deal with his headaches. They can win without him. Elite, diva wide receivers are the most overrated position in football.
“The diva wide receiver. The game is up. The data is in. The analytics are proof. They simply don’t matter.”
Vegas is disrespecting LeBron and the Cavs. LeBron owns the Warriors, and they have all the pressure this year, while LeBron has none for the first time in his career. And, he owns Golden State.
“For the first time in LeBron’s career, no pressure. The pressure is all on Golden State.”
Texas plays Oklahoma this week and Colin is rooting for Charlie Strong. He loves when traditional powers matter. But, Strong still hasn’t turned around Texas in year 3, when most elite coaches only need 2 years. The biggest problem for Strong is that he’s a defensive coach and can’t get the defense right. It doesn’t feel like he is a fit.
It turns out that the guy who dumped the beer on an Orioles outfielder in Totronto was a media member. Colin is sick of political and sports media getting into the rooting business. What happened to journalistic objectivity?
Nebraska football is dead and they’re not coming back. Nothing against Nebraska, but it’s hard to get elite players and coaches to come to Lincoln with so many options nationally. It’s a different world.
And, platinum Herd guest Greg Cosell stops by the Herd Film Room to tell the audience what the film says about NFL Week 4 performances.
Greg Cosell – NFL Films and NFL Matchup joins the show to break down the film from the last week and explain why the idea that there is an on-field Odell Beckham problem is a media creation, why Andrew Luck critics are off-base, and if Carson Palmer is just playing poorly or in a permanent decline.
Jason McIntyre – Founder of The Big Lead and co-host of Speak for Yourself is in-studio to talk about the looming NFL quarterback problem, why everyone needs to lay off Andrew Luck, why Texas is a tougher job than it was 10 years ago and Charlie Strong deserves more time, and why he thinks Alabama could struggle to beat Arkansas this weekend.
Bob Kravitz – Colts Insider and columnist joins the show to talk about whether Andrew Luck is getting closer to voicing his displeasure of with the front office, why the Colts have struggled, his take on Jim Irsay and the direction of the organization.
Ray Lewis – 2-time Super Bowl Champ is in-studio discussing the right to protest and the need for solutions, whether NFL players are envious of NBA players’ power, where Odell Beckham’s head is at after he spoke with him, and his thoughts on Raiders Punter Marquette King doing his dance.