Kevin Durant constantly playing the victim is exhausting
Kevin Durant has won two titles since joining the Warriors, and been named Finals MVP twice, but for some reason he can’t stop playing the victim, and Colin thinks it’s exhausting.
In a recent interview, Durant was complaining about how he wasn’t even considered as a defensive player of the year candidate because everyone hates him. Colin has never had a problem with Durant’s decision to join the Warriors, but thinks the blowback from joining a team that already won without him is predictable, and should have been expected. Durant isn’t hated, he just hears everything because he has rabbit ears. The result is this exhausting victim complex, and Colin is over it.
Baker Mayfield is already a star
Baker Mayfield rocketed into the Top 10 in NFL jersey sales after his surprising debut win over the Jets, and even though Colin has been critical of Mayfield and didn’t think he should have been picked first overall, he thinks one thing is clear. Mayfield is a star.
Colin isn’t saying Baker is one of the top QB’s in the league – he hasn’t started a game yet – but it’s undeniable he has whatever qualities move the needle.
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Greg Cosell – NFL Films Senior Producer joins the show to look at the film from NFL Week 3, including Dak’s struggles; how the Lions shut down the Pats passing game; and what he liked on film from Baker Mayfield’s debut.
Michael Strahan – Fox NFL Sunday Co-Host and NFL Hall of Famer joins the show to talk this week’s Thursday Night Football matchup and why Khalil Mack isn’t the “next” Lawrence Taylor.
Rod Woodson – Hall of Famer is in-studio talking Baker Mayfield’s debut; and why a good scheme can make everyone better.