Brady and Belichick have lasted because they have the same wiring
Despite a season uncharacteristically filled with drama, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick made it to their 8th Super Bowl together, and will try to beat the Eagles to win their 6th Super Bowl. The most shocking thing isn’t that there is tension between the two, but that they have manged to co-exist for almost 20 years of excellence.
Colin believes the key to the duo’s success is that they are essentially wired the same in terms of their legendarily obsessive personalities regarding preparation and grinding. The similarities are evident to anyone who has watched Tom vs. Time and The Two Bills. They’re basically the same documentary.
Russell Westbrook doesn’t deserve heat for shoving idiot fan
Colin has frequently criticized Russell Westbrook’s on court play, but he defended him today after some in the media were killing him for shoving a fan who confronted him on the court after a loss to Denver, last night.
Westbrook doesn’t deserve to catch grief for the incident. This one is on the idiot fan, and the NBA for not having security measures in place to prevent the guy from getting onto the floor in the first place.
-Colin’s Super Bowl LII pick and game preview
Eli Manning – Giants quarterback joins the show to discuss how to attack the Eagles D; and how he dealt with a season filled with adversity.
Drew Brees – Saints Quarterback joins the show to discuss his relationship with Sean Payton; the last-second loss to the Vikings;
Jason McIntyre – Founder of The Big Lead is in-studio to talk LeBron to Warriors rumor; and the ramifications a Patriot loss would have on their dynasty.
Le’Veon Bell – Steelers Running Back joins the show to explain why it’s frustrating watching the Patriots in the Super Bowl, and the status of his contract negotiations with Pittsburgh.
Dak Prescott – Cowboys Quarterback joins the show to discuss an up and down second NFL season, and and how he expects to improve in year 3.