Today in The Herd, Colin lays out the case why Josh Norman is a better cornerback than Odell Beckham is a wide receiver. He thinks Beckham is overvalued because he produces what society values, GIF’able highlights.
Carolina and the NFL are discussing the possibility of moving this weekend’s game out of Charlotte because of protests. Colin thinks unrest and protesting are part of the fabric of the history of the country and we always get through it.
Consumption is truth serum. If you consume something and say you hate it, you’re still consuming it. Kaepernick is polarizing. Polarizing is relevant.
Vegas respects Bill Belichick so much that they made the Patriots a 1-point underdog tonight, starting a third-string quarterback against a playoff team. Colin lays out his prediction for tonight’s Texans/Patriots matchup.
Colin’s sources tell him that if USC gets drilled by Utah tomorrow night, heads could roll. He gives you the details.
Also, Greg Cosell breaks down what the game film is telling him about the young quarterbacks and the struggles of Aaron Rodgers.
Greg Cosell – Executive producer of NFL Matchup joins the show to tell the audience what the film says on all of the young quarterbacks, why Aaron Rodgers may be harder to fix than people think, and what he liked from Sam Bradford’s first start with the Vikings.
Nick Wright – FS1 host joins the show to talk about fans claiming they won’t watch because of political protest, why the NBA could take the anthem protests to another level, why fans who claim they won’t watch football because of protests are lying, and his Patriots/Texans pick.
Ray Lewis – 2-time Super Bowl champ is in-studio to on why offense is about giving and defense is about taking, why he’s for protesting, but wants to see solutions presented, and the time Colin distracted a mob of autograph seekers in Lewis’ direction so he could escape in a getaway vehicle.