A recent poll asked NBA GM’s which current player they would start their franchise with. Karl-Anthony Towns was first. Kevin Durant was second. LeBron was third. Colin thinks this is absurd. He compares LeBron’s gravitas to Tom Hanks, and the other players to young movie stars who don’t have near the impact.
“Karl-Anthony Towns will never get to four Finals in his career. LeBron’s guaranteed to get into the next three.”
Jerry Jones won’t commit to Tony Romo returning as the Cowboys starting quarterback. It looks like they are moving on. Colin thinks that Romo will be the most coveted quarterback since Peyton Manning, and the Broncos and Jets should go after him. In the right situation, he could have an impressive final act like Manning with the Broncos.
If the Dodgers lead the Cubs 2-1 in the NLCS. The historical pressure of the Cubs World Series drought is full blown, and they’re inside their own heads. If the Dodgers win tonight and go up 3-1, Colin thinks they should go with Kershaw in Game 5. If they do, the Cubs are done.
Ray Lewis – 2-time Super Bowl champion is in-studio to discuss what’s wrong with Aaron Rodgers, why the youth in the NFL is impacting the product and respect for the game, his take on the Cowboys moving on from Romo, and what is going on in Carolina.
Joel Klatt – Fox Sports College Football Analyst is in-studio to push back against Colin’s assertion that Colorado is a bottom tier program, how the coaching gap is impacting college football, and gives his now famous Almost Upset of the Week.
Jeff Pearlman – Author of Brett Favre: Gunslinger, The Remarkable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre discusses his experience interviewing friends and family for the book, what he discovered about Favre during the process that he didn’t know before writing it, why Favre wasn’t recruited out of high school, his lost rookie season in Atlanta, his relationship with Aaron Rodgers, and his battles with substance abuse.