Aaron Rodgers would boost his legacy by coming back even if the Packers are done
Aaron Rodgers was warming up before the Packers’ game against the Steelers, and the internet immediately began to speculate about his potential return from a broken collarbone that most thought would cost him the year.
It seems puzzling Rodgers would be planning a return when Packers are collapsing and should be out of the playoff picture by his earliest possible return date, but Colin thinks Rodgers’ only motivation would be to add to his legacy. Rodgers will always be compared to Brett Favre, and this shows he’s willing to risk injury just to suit up for Green Bay, like Favre would have done, even with nothing left to play for this season.
Mike Gundy would be a great choice to reboot Tennessee
After the Greg Schiano hire turned into a dumpster fire, rumors are circulating that Tennessee is interested in Oklahoma State Head Coach Mike Gundy. Colin thinks Gundy would be a great fit in Knoxville, and now is the perfect time to make the move.
This year, Gundy had a 3-year starter at QB, the best receiver in the country, and an easy schedule, but missed out on the Big 12 Championship game. Instead of re-configuring in Stillwater, Gundy should head to a new challenge under the bright lights of the SEC in Knoxville.
Doug Gottlieb – FS1 Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio to talk Ben Simmons first game against LeBron; why Aaron Rodgers should come back this season, regardless of record; his beef with Clay Travis over the Greg Schiano situation; and if Dak has been exposed.
Stephen Jackson – NBA Analyst and former player is in-studio talking David Fizzdale’s firing; why he doesn’t like Chandler Parsons; and why Marc Gasol needs to look in the mirror; and why Lonzo shouldn’t get crushed for not backing up his teammates.
Brandon Marshall – Giants wide receiver is in-studio talking Aaron Rodgers’ potential return; why Odell Beckham is the first NFL global superstar; and his experience during a tough season in New York; .
Clay Helton – USC Head Football Coach discusses the Trojan season; playoff possibilities; and Sam Darnold’s decision.