Belichick is more vulnerable than ever
Bill Belichick has ruled with an iron fist while overseeing his Patriot dynasty, and up until recently his authority had gone completely unquestioned. But, last season the Patriot machine showed the first signs of cracks in the foundation with a number of leaked stories detailing discontent in the organization.
According to another recent story, Tom Brady is spearheading the player revolt against Belichick and his totalitarian approach. After 18 years of dominance, Colin thinks Belichick is more vulnerable than ever, and now must confront the division which clearly exists between he and his players.
How he handles it will determine if his dynasty can continue or if the end is around the corner.
Aaron Rodgers is the only American superstar with no leverage
Aaron Rodgers has publicly expressed frustration at the Packers for letting go of key weapons and that he has zero input into a any player personnel decisions.
Colin understands Rodgers frustration since most teams give their franchise star at least some input on acquisitions. Even though Rodgers is frustrated, he doesn’t have any meaningful way to force Green Bay’s hand. Backup NBA small forwards have more power than Rodgers. He has the least leverage of any american sports superstar, and there’s not a lot he can do about it.
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Joe Banner – Former NFL Executive joins the show to discuss if Aaron Rodgers should have some personnel input in Green Bay; and why he doesn’t think high priced wide receivers aren’t worth the price tag.
Antonio Daniels – NBA Champion and Thunder analyst is in-studio to push back on Colin’s Westbrook shade and explain why there’s nothing wrong with Russ chasing triple doubles.