Colin releases his Herd Hierarchy after NFL Week 3. Philly’s up and he’s feeling Minnesota.
People need to learn to relinquish control. Lester Holt did an excellent job moderating last night’s Presidential debate because he relinquished control and let the candidates reveal themselves. The same applies to the Kaepernick situation. There’s no point to controlling it, just let it play out naturally. it’ll be OK.
It’s man-overboard time for USC with Clay Helton. Colin is pro-divorce and annulment. Sometimes you have to cut your losses, USC needs to get out of the Clay Helton train wreck and go after Houston’s Tom Herman hard.
UFC is now the de facto term for MMA. Just like people call adhesive strips Band-Aids. That irreversible branding that’s invaluable.
Also, it’s “Hunch or Lunch” time. Can Colin guess the point spreads for this weekend’s games, or is he buying lunch for the staff?
Bill Parcells – NFL Coaching legend and 2-time Super Bowl Champion joins the show to talk about the success of his protégé Mike Zimmer, why he likes what he sees so far out of Carson Wentz, why NFL teams shouldn’t shy away from taking small school quarterbacks, and the art of hiring assistants.
Norm Macdonald – Stand Up Comedian, and author of Norm Macdonald: Based on a True Story, is in-studio to talk about the evolution of his stand up career, facing rejection, being embraced by Letterman, and how he plans to incorporate one of Colin’s jokes into his next special.
Peter King – NFL Network Insider joins the show via the Cowherd Global Satellite Network for his weekly appearance to jump around the hottest NFL topics after Week 3, why Trevor Siemian has exceeded expectations, and how the Eagles have become the surprise team in the NFL.
Eric Mangini – Former Browns and Jets Head Coach is in-studio talking about how the Patriots culture is built for success despite adversity, why Josh McDaniels will be more prepared for a head-coaching gig, why no first-time NFL coach can ever be fully prepared for the job, and whether big-time college coaching jobs are intriguing for NFL coaches.