The NFL attempting to achieve perfection through replay is a mistake
NFL instant replay drew more backlash this weekend after a TD catch by by Bills wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin was reversed after being nitpicked to death on review. Colin thinks the call should have been left as called on the field, and believes the purpose of NFL replay was created to prevent bad calls from deciding the outcome of a game, not to achieve perfection.
The NFL’s current practice of micromanaging every questionable call is bad for the game, and makes the fan experience worse. They need to dial it back.
The Cowboys shouldn’t fire Jason Garrett
Many Cowboys fans are calling for the firing of Jason Garrett, following their loss at home to the Seahawks, which eliminated them from playoff contention. Colin thinks firing Garrett would be an overreaction.
He thinks Dallas is a good team, but they’re average at key skill positions, were without Ezekiel Elliott for 1/3 of the year, and Dak Prescott still has limitations in his second season. Firing Garrett won’t fix these problems.
Shannon Sharpe – Co-host of Undisputed and NFL Hall of Famer is in-studio talking Big Ben and Todd Haley’s rift; his take on Jimmy g hype; and his dark horse playoff team.
Greg Jennings – FS1 NFL Analyst is in-studio talking Dallas/Seattle; and why he doesn’t think the Cowboys are well coached.
Mike Pereira – FS1 NFL Rules Analyst is in-studio talking NFL replay controversy; and his opinion on the reversal of a Buffalo TD against New England.