Colin says the NFL numbers are down due to the Trump Effect, not the Kaepernick Effect. It doesn’t matter what some outlier poll says, no one is going to stop watching football because of Kaepernick.
Last night was Colin’s first time seeing Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson in action, and he was impressed. Carson Wentz has a competent staff, and backup Chase Daniel to mentor him in Philly, while Jared Goff is stuck with a defensive staff and no experienced assistants. Colin thinks you need talent and support to succeed as a young quarterback in the NFL, and Wentz has both.
The Bears need to ditch Jay Cutler, it’s a bad relationship. Stop making excuses that he’s had a lot of coordinators. Everyone has a bunch of coordinators. Win some games. He’s a walking bad vibe.
Tuesday in The Herd means it’s time for The Herd Hierarchy. See how Week 2 shifted his rankings.
Antonio Brown – Steelers All-Pro wide receiver is talking with Colin about why he supports celebrations, his level of on-field connection with Big Ben, being grateful for what he’s achieved, and what it takes to stay at the top of his profession.
Peter King – Founder of the MMQB joins the show to bounce around the hottest NFL topics after the completion of Week 2. He discusses Carson Wentz’s early success, if it’s time for the Bears to part ways with Jay Cutler, why it’s too early to panic on Kirk Cousins, and the troubling long term signs for the Seahawk offense.
Nick Wright – FS1 host is in-studio to push back at Colin’s Aaron Rodgers criticism, talking Carson Wentz’s impressive debut, how Andrew Luck killed the Colts this weekend, and why there’s nothing left that isn’t politicized, including sports.