Something is really wrong in Green Bay, and Aaron Rodgers has been a big part of the problem. It’s time for people to face the reality that he hasn’t played well for about a year and needs to shoulder a large part of the blame.
“Let’s be honest about Aaron Rodgers. In the second half, he’s become a weak quarterback. Not even average.”
“At some point, you gotta put your arms around it and just acknowledge this. Aaron Rodgers is a big part of this mess in Green Bay. I know you’re looking at their record. If you think they’re gonna stack up with Minnesota, forget it.”
Cowboys fans are forgetting about Tony Romo’s greatness. Dak Prescott has has been better than expected, but the Cowboys offense with Romo would be even better because they can throw the ball down the field. Right now, the Cowboys are running the “Dak ‘n Dunk”. If Romo is healthy he should start.
“Can we stop with the ‘Tony Romo’s no good.’ Jerry jones came out yesterday and said, ‘I love Dak, but we’re starting Tony Romo.’ You should. Tony Romo, in his last 19 games, is 15-4. I know you love Dak. I know you want Dak to be good. I know how bad the Cowboys were last year without Tony Romo. But, when Tony Romo played, they were fantastic with Tony Romo.”
It doesn’t take 3 years to rebuild a program like Texas. Charlie Strong has to go. Look how quickly Jim Harbaugh and Chris Peterson have turned around their programs. The media wants Strong to work, but it’s just not working.
It doesn’t make any sense for big time programs to spend money on air conditioned lockers and million dollar lounges for players and not spend big money for an elite coach. Athletic departments should spend big on big time coaches. Whatever it takes.
Colin thinks that Deflategate will be a footnote in Tom Brady’s legacy, not a headline. A lot of athletes have done a lot worse, and managed to salvage theirs. Brady’s lasting legacy will be greatness, above all else, not deflated footballs.
Also, it’s Where Colin was right, where Colin was wrong after NFL Week 5.
Peanut Tillman – Fox NFL Analyst and former Bears and Panthers cornerback is in-studio to talk Brady’s first game back, what makes him great, his lasting impression from playing against him, what’s wrong with Aaron Rodgers, and how he can fix it.
Ian Rapoport – NFL Network Insider joins the show for his weekly appearance to break down the biggest NFL buzz after Week 6, whether Jay Cutler will ever start again for the Bears, if Kaep will start in San Fran, and whether Mike McCoy is on his way out in San Diego.
Michael Holley – Boston Globe writer and author of the book Belichick and Brady joins the show to talk about his new book and discuss the relationship between coach and QB, why they need each other, what he found out about Brady or Belichick that he didn’t know before he wrote the book, and whether Brady is replaceable in Belichick’s eyes.
Clay Travis – FS1 and founder of Outkick the Coverage joins the show to give his Presidential Debate takeaway, whether he thinks Charley Strong is done at Texas, why colleges should invest big money on elite coaches instead of player lounges and juice bars.