Tom Brady has officially closed down all debate on the topic of greatest NFL QB
At 40, Tom Brady is having one of his best seasons ever and just poured one on the Broncos last night. After the Super Bowl win over Atlanta, most reasonable people acknowledge that Brady is the best to ever play the position, but Colin thinks Brady has now moved into the same class as Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky where making any argument challenging their G.O.A.T status just sounds idiotic.
This debate is officially over.
Dallas needs to burn the Atlanta tape and move on
The Cowboys got blown out by Atlanta yesterday, and dominated in just about every way possible. Dallas was missing Ezekiel Elliott – who began serving a 6-game suspension, starting All-Pro tackle Tyron Smith, and lost starting linebacker Sean Lee to a hamstring injury during the game.
Colin doesn’t think this game defines them, and they can still push for a playoff spot if they can at least get Smith and Lee back in the lineup. They just need to burn this tape and move on. It doesn’t change who they are.
Greg Jennings – FS1 NFL Football Analyst is in-studio talking Adrian Clayborne’s domination of the Cowboys; the maturation of Jared Goff; and why he doesn’t think Ben McAdoo is an NFL head coach.
Bruce Feldman – Fox Sports College Football Insider is in-studio to discuss the college football playoff picture; why Ohio State isn’t out yet; his Top 4; and candidates for the Florida and Tennessee jobs.
Bucky Brooks – NFL Analyst and former scout is in-studio talking how Minnesota is winning with a back-up; takeaways from the Dallas loss to Atlanta; and why the Rams could win it all.