NFL coaching is overrated, unless it’s Bill Belichick. Colin takes the listening audience on a tour of the 5-star Grand Belichick Hotel. A lot of things are overrated, until you have the best.
Bill B was in Hall of Fame form last night, but contrary to a popular media narrative this morning, he didn’t make Tom Brady. It’s only one game, albeit an impressive one. Bill and Tom would be great apart, but are better together.
The other takeaway from last night is that the Texans are a mess and need to get their act together. If they can’t take their expensive free agent quarterback and the best defensive player in the league into New England and beat the Patriots with a third string quarterback, they never will.
Colin doesn’t understand why Stanford is only a 3-point favorite against a struggling UCLA. Smells like a trap.
Also, a scorching hot Blazin’ 5 for NFL Week 3. Colin looks to continue his winning ways from last week.
Michael Lombardi – Fox NFL contributor and former NFL Exec is in-studio to talk about the Patriots process in evaluating and drafting Jacoby Brissett, the philosophy of scouting from inside out and not outside in, and the time he was accused by Al Davis of leaking the info that Randy Moss could still run.
Charles “Peanut” Tillman – 13-year NFL veteran cornerback with the Bears and Panthers and Fox NFL host is in-studio to give his take on the young quarterbacks, why he is a Wentz believer after seeing him play in-person, comparing Keuchly and Urlacher, and what it was like to have a front row seat for Josh Norman and Odell Beckham’s steel cage match last year.
Gary Myers – NY Daily News columnist and author of Brady vs. Manning joins the show to talk about why Tom Brady hates hearing that he’s a product of Belichick’s system, his takeaway on Brock Osweiler up and down start with the Texans, and what he thinks the Giants ceiling is this year.