The Cowboys will be fine if Ezekiel Elliott misses time
Ezekiel Elliott’s 6 game suspension was upheld on appeal, and even though Elliott will play in Week 1 against the Giants, barring a stay from a federal court judge, it looks like he’ll serve the suspension.
Even though the Elliott is a top level talent, Colin thinks the Cowboys will be fine without him. Colin thinks he’s a great player, but the Dallas identity is rooted in their dominant offensive line, and the leadership of Dak Prescott.
Even though they would be better with Elliott, they’ll still be able to run the ball without him until he eventually returns.
The NFL says Tom Brady didn’t suffer any concussions, but the media will never buy it
Several months ago, Tom Brady’s wife created a media firestorm when dhe casually mentioned that Brady had suffered concussions during the 2016 Super Bowl season. The NFL looked into the matter, and the findings of its probe found Brady didn’t suffer any concussions.
Colin reviewed every hit Brady took during the season, and didn’t find any hits where Brady came up looking foggy or confused. Ultimately, he thinks that regardless of the evidence, the media won’t buy the findings because it doesn’t fit their narrative of the NFL as an evil, corrupt organization.
There are instances where the NFL should be questioned, but ignoring empirical data on Brady proves that today’s media is more opinion and agenda driven than fact based. Believing the NFL is bad for business.
Seth Joyner – Former All-Pro linebacker and Super Bowl champion is in-studio to discuss the Tom Brady concussion findings, and explain why he thinks Colin Kaepernick should have an NFL job.
Eric Dickerson – Hall of Fame running back is in-studio to tell Colin why he disagrees with his take that Adrian Peterson is overrated, and why A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin has to go.
Anthony Herron – Fox Sports college football analyst joins the show to break down Sam Darnold’s Week 1 performance.