Aaron Rodgers deserves better from the Packers.
After the Packers lost to the Falcons, Aaron Rodgers made the comment that the Packers didn’t need to rebuild, they just need to reload.
Instead of adding any significant pieces that could put them over the top, Green Bay has signed some marginal players, and lost key contributors like guard T.J. Lang. MEanwhile, New England just signed 5 starters.
Rodgers covers up a lot of the teams shortcomings, but he can only do so much. The Packers need to do more for their franchise quarterback.
“At some point, Aaron Rodgers deserves to play with better players.”
The Warriors and Steph Curry were anointed as “all-time” too soon.
The Warriors look like a shell of themselves since Kevin Durant went down with a knee injury. Colin thinks that, as often happens in our knee jerk society, the Warriors and Steph Curry were elevated to all-time status before they proved they had staying power.
Steph Curry was anointed as an all-time great player when he’s really just an all-star, and the Warriors weren’t a dynasty, just a team that won a title.
“He’s the 3rd best shooter on his own team.”
Bruce Arena – U.S. Men’s National Soccer team head coach is in-studio to discuss replacing Juergen Klinsmann as coach; what he plans on doing differently from his first term as head coach; if he believes they will qualify for the World Cup; and reveal the lineup for their upcoming qualifier against Honduras.
Ray Lewis – 2-time Super Bowl Champ with the Baltimore Ravens joins the show to discuss if Terrell Owens is hurting his chances to make the Hall of Fame; and why the Hall of Fame means so much to NFL players.
Peter King – Editor-in-Chief of the MMQB and NFL Hall of Fame voter joins the show to discuss Terrell Owens and the Hall of Fame; if it’s fair for voters to hold his reputation a locker room cancer against him; and if he thinks the Cowboys will wait to trade Romo.