Reaction to the Cavaliers and Celtics swapping Kyrie Irving and Isaiah Thomas, what's next for LeBron James, Jon Jones' future with the UFC and why NFL players should be upset with the NFLPA headline today's show. Cowherd, Whitlock, McIntyre, Jim Jackson, Seth Joyner and Eric Davis discuss the day in sports.
Colin mentions his own family to explain why he doesn’t love the protest from the University of Minnesota football team. Whitlock agrees with Draymond Green that the new NBA CBA shows too much favoritism to star players. Former NFL GM Michael Lombardi tells a story of a problem he faced when working for Al Davis and Hall of Famer Cris Carter defends the move to sign Michel Floyd. Finally, Chris Broussard and co-host of The Herd Kristine Leahy come by to talk about a possible civil war in the NBA.
College basketball dominates the show as Colin offers a unique theory about the NCAA Tournament television ratings. The Raiders get the NFL owners approval for a Las Vegas relocation and Whitlock suggests it will improve their brand. Former NBA All-Star Kenyon Martin believes "one and dones" are not good for the NCAA or the NBA, but Hall of Famer Cris Carter defends John Calipari and Kentucky. Plus, LeBron goes to Twitter to send a powerful message.
Whitlock explains why Kirk Cousins should get the most money he can this offseason, and Colin compares his situation at ESPN to Lane Kiffin. Fox Sports College Football Insider Bruce Feldman breaks down how to fix the College Football Playoff system, and Eric Mangini questions Odell's decision to party in Miami before the NFL playoffs. Plus, Fox Sports NBA Analyst Chris Broussard jumps in to talk Steph Curry and the problems he sees with the Golden State Warriors.
Colin backs Kevin Durant in his latest round of words with Russel Westbrook. Could Deflategate be behind Aaron Rodgers' recent struggles? Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin tells Whitlock just how they can stop the tide from rolling on. And, Ray Lewis joins to talk about Eli Manning's comments on Odell Beckham Jr.
Is the Jon Gruden hiring the dumbest sports decision of all time? (00:21) Better duo: McVay/Goff or Payton/Brees? (15:40) Should LeBron and the Lakers be concerned with their slow start? (29:38) How lack of defense in the NBA could be a good thing. (41:00) Should the Steelers stop whining about Joe Flacco throwing shade? (49:30) A photo of a 49ers cheerleader kneeling during the anthem went viral. (53:41) Did the Oakland Raiders make a mistake hiring Jon Gruden? (1:01:43)
We recap the madness from this weekend's Duke vs. South Carolina game. Plus Jay Glazer gives us an FS1 exclusive about how Brady's Super Bowl jersey has been found. Colin isn't sympathetic towards the other Colin...Kaepernick that is; while Whitlock thinks Tiger Woods is doomed.
Colin says the World Series now favors the Chicago Cubs and the reason may surprise you. Whitlock says Tony Romo has a right to be upset if he does not get his job back. The Buffalo Bills make threats to the New England Patriots about warm-up territory. Also, who handled the protest better, The NBA or The NFL? Michael Lombardi stops by to shed light on the Patriots upcoming game against the Bills and Chris Broussard drops knowledge about Doc Rivers.
How the Cowboys have handled the Lucky Whitehead situation, Jerry Jones' accountability, Tom Brady's future, a new CTE study and LeBron and Kyrie's relationship headline today's show. Cowherd, Whitlock, Kristine Leahy, Seth Joyner, Greg Jennings and Eddie House discuss the day in sports.
Whitlock describes how the Atlanta Falcons remind him of the 2010 New Orleans Saints, plus Colin breaks down why politics will be an afterthought once we get to Sunday. Pro Football Hall of Famer Cris Carter tells us why Brady's dad has made his son's job even harder this week and New York Giants RB Rashad Jennings gives a fierce defense of teammate Odell Beckham Jr. Plus, former NFL head coach Eric Mangini explains the strategy behind the 49ers hire of John Lynch.
The NBA award show, Russell Westbrook as the NBA MVP, Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton's speech, Carmelo Anthony and Dwyane Wade’s future, and the pressure on Lonzo Ball to be the face of the LA. Lakers headline today’s show. Colin, Jason, Jason McIntyre, Chris Broussard, and Eric Davis debate the day in sports.
Whitlock suggests the Seahawks still have a lot to prove to be considered one of the better teams in the NFL. Colin believes last night proved the Chiefs are the most complete team. The guys debate if Eli Manning will make the Pro Football Hall of Fame and if the problems in Carolina are bigger than the dress code. Whitlock sits down with Fox Sports Insider Jay Glazer to take us inside the Jeff Fisher and L.A. Rams situation. Plus, former NFL GM Michael Lombardi is here to talk about Dak Prescott and what’s next for the Raiders.
Colin says Dak Prescott needs to win big against the Philadelphia Eagles and Carson Wentz to ensure his starting job. Whitlock says he is beginning to feel sorry for Kevin Durant. LeBron sends strong words to Khloe Kardashian. Plus, Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz tells Whitlock that Kyle Hendricks reminds him of a young Greg Maddux.
Michael Vick joins the show to discuss the Dallas Cowboys and the latest drama with Ezekiel Elliott. Plus, why Colin Kaepernick needs to change his look, Lonzo Ball, Mayweather vs. McGregor and Vick responding to a media critic highlight today's episode. Whitlock, Vick, Mark Schlereth, Eric Davis and Chris Broussard discuss the day in sports.
Today on Speak for Yourself, the guys discuss how Bill Belichick’s Patriots dominated Houston despite not having most of their biggest weapons. Is the Eagles breakout quarterback, Carson Wentz in for a rude awakening this Sunday verse the Steelers? Broncos wide receivers have publicly acknowledged that they are frustrated with their rookie quarterback, Trevor Siemian. With the protests raging in Charlotte, will the unrest be a distraction to the Panthers on the field Sunday? And, former All-pro corner and Fox Sports NFL analyst, Peanut Tillman is here.