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Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

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Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre

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Fox Sports’ Jason McIntyre sets the agenda for the day by providing bold opinions on the biggest stories in sports including the day’s biggest sports betting topics. Straight Fire also features insiders and newsmakers as contributing guests.

Latest Episodes

Done with Doug Pederson, What to Make of Carson Wentz & Football Outsider's Aaron Schatz

On today's episode, Jason open things up by sharing his thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles rollercoaster victory over the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football. Daniel Jones was turnover machine and Carson Wentz was wildly inconsistent, both of which were to be expected, but the big takeaway form this game was the evolution of Doug Pederson. Two years ago, he was dialing up trick plays to Nick Foles for touchdowns in the Super Bowl. Now? He's dialing up 4th down fade routes to receivers who are still without an NFL catch. Safe to say that Jason is officially done with Pederson. Later, Football Outsiders' Aaron Schatz swings by to discuss his creation of the DVOA metric that's become so wildly popular in NFL circles, how the Eagles' 2018 Super Bowl run changed the way teams feel about being aggressive playcalling, why it's hard to determine if the Las Vegas Raiders' inability to practice this week due to COVID would be a positive or a negative this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, why you should expect Ryan Tannehill to continue his high level of play moving forward, why Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns are nowhere near as good as their record while Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are much better than theirs, and much more! Plus, Jason closes things out with a special 3-pack edition of the Best Bet for Week 7 in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 min3 d ago
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Done with Doug Pederson, What to Make of Carson Wentz & Football Outsider's Aaron Schatz

Miami Turned to Tua Too Early, The Hard Truth About Carson Wentz & The Ringer's John Gonzalez

On today's episode, Jason gives a quick hat tip to the Tampa Bay Rays for winning Game 2 of the World Series and setting up what we're all hoping to be a long series against the heavily favored Los Angeles Dodgers, and tells us why he thinks the Miami Dolphins made a mistake turning the keys over to rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa while the team is still in the thick of the AFC East title chase. Jason also explains why he's dubious about the New Orleans Pelicans' decision to hire Stan Van Gundy as their next head coach. SVG was an absolute dumpster fire during his stint with the Detroit Pistons and if things start to go bad again the Pelicans run the risk of alienating their superstar Zion Williamson. Plus, The Ringer's John Gonzalez swings by for a long interview to discuss the evolution of print journalism over the years and the harsh realities that upcoming journalists need to accept if they want to enjoy a long career in the field, explain why bad injury luck is the probably the biggest reason why the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles are so bad, discuss why Eagles fans were so quick to turn on Wentz once he started to play poorly, tell us why he believes Doc Rivers is a much better coach than guys Jason give him credit for, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 min4 d ago
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Miami Turned to Tua Too Early, The Hard Truth About Carson Wentz & The Ringer's John Gonzalez

Kudos to Kerhsaw, Brady is Winning the Break-Up with Belichick & Former NFL Pro Bowler Donte Whitner

On today's episode, Jason opens things up by congratulating Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw for delivering a vintage 'Regular Season Kershaw' performance in the postseason to help Los Angeles win Game 1 of the World Series. He also does a deep dive into the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick break-up now that we're almost halfway through their first season. As things stand right now, it's clear that Belichick's New England Patriots and Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trending in opposite directions. To put it quite simply, Brady is 'winning' that break-up. Plus, former Pro Bowl safety and NBC Sports Bay Area analyst Donte Whitner swings by to explain how working in television compares to playing int he NFL, why he considers Vic Fangio to be one of the greatest defensive minds in League history, why he believes college football is doing a poor job of preparing young quarterbacks for the NFL (shout out Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen), why Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes are clearly the top two quarterbacks in the NFL right now, why he believes the quality of play in the NFL is suffering this season, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

40 min5 d ago
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Kudos to Kerhsaw, Brady is Winning the Break-Up with Belichick & Former NFL Pro Bowler Donte Whitner

Time for a Dallas Cowboys Fire Sale, Josh Allen is NOT Who We Thought He Was & Brees vs. Rivers

On today's episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys embarrassing home loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football. The Cowboys were already bad with Dak Prescott under center but they've become downright unwatchable without him. The supposed ‘best backup quarterback in the NFL’ Andy Dalton can’t hit the red side of a barn and the defense is an absolute sieve. At this point, it’s clear that the roster is fatally flawed, and Jerry Jones would be wise to consider moving on from high-priced offensive stars Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper if they want to rebuild the right way. Later, Jason admits that he was dead wrong for calling Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen an MVP-caliber player a few weeks back. As soon as the schedule started to toughen up, Allen went back to being one of the most inaccurate throwers of the football in the AFC. While the Bills may still win the AFC East, it’s clear that they’re not the Super Bowl contenders some made them out to be during the first month of the season. Finally, Jason closes things out by throwing a wild hypothetical question involving two aging quarterbacks: Who would you rather have for the rest of the season: Philip Rivers or Drew Brees? J-Mac makes the case for one, and his answer may surprise you. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

36 min6 d ago
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Time for a Dallas Cowboys Fire Sale, Josh Allen is NOT Who We Thought He Was & Brees vs. Rivers

Dodgers Back in the World Series, Derrick Henry for MVP & Blowout Wins for the Bucs and Steelers

On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob get things started by sharing their thoughts on a wild Game 7 in the NLCS. The Dodgers got a clutch home run from Cody Bellinger to clinch their 3rd World Series appearance in the last 4 years - but should we expect the results to be any different this time around? Will Clayton Kershaw finally be able to exercise his postseason demons once and for all? We'll find out soon enough. Later, Jason reacts to all the Week 6 action in the NFL, including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' thrashing of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Tennessee Titans' overtime victory over the Houston Texans led by MVP-candidate Derrick Henry, the Pittsburgh Steelers suffocating win over Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns, and much more. Jason also takes a quick look-ahead at the Week 7 gambling lines and lets you know which games look appetizing from a betting perspective. Plus, Jason puts his wagering skills to the test once again with a special NFL Monday Night Football double-dip edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

33 min1 w ago
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Dodgers Back in the World Series, Derrick Henry for MVP & Blowout Wins for the Bucs and Steelers

The Jason McIntyre Show: 10/17/2020

Jason McIntyre warns NFL fans not to overreact to the first quarter of the season and weighs in on the biggest NBA offseason rumors. Jason explains why he has struggled to watch college football this season. Plus, he previews Week 6 in the NFL and tells you which top teams that he is not buying into just yet. Guests include: Football Outsiders founder Aaron Schatz, NBA insider Brian Windhorst, FS1 MLB Analyst Nick Swisher Listen to The Jason McIntyre Show Saturdays from 10am - 1pm ET! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

128 min1 w ago
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The Jason McIntyre Show: 10/17/2020

Le'Veon Bell Picks the Chiefs, Ty Lue Skepticism & NFL conversation with PFF's Sam Monson

On today's episode, Jason starts things off by explaining why he thinks running back Le'Veon Bell will be a great fit with the Kansas City Chiefs, why you have to give former Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey credit for his role in revolutionizing the way basketball is played today even if his Rockets never actually won a title, and why he's skeptical about Tyronn Lue being the right man for the job as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers. Plus, Pro Football Focus analyst Sam Monson swings by to discuss his unlikely rise from message board commenter to PFF NFL analyst, explain exactly how the PFF grading system works and why longevity is key in determining a player's true grade, tell us why he's expecting big things from Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and why he's nervous about Baker Mayfield's matchup against that aggressive Pittsburgh Steelers, explain why he likes the Philadelphia Eagles' season-long outlook now that Carson Wentz is rounding back into form, discuss how the Las Vegas Raiders may have created a blueprint for other teams to follow on how to slow down Patrick Mahomes, and much more! Finally, Jason closes things out with a special NFL Sunday 4-pack edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

53 min1 w ago
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Le'Veon Bell Picks the Chiefs, Ty Lue Skepticism & NFL conversation with PFF's Sam Monson

The Ring Chasers will Come Flocking to LeBron and the Lakers & NFL Week 6 Preview with Tori Gurley

On today's episode, Jason does a deep dive on the future of LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, and explains why he can envision a scenario where a slew of NBA veterans look to 'ring chase' next season alongside The King. Do you want to play alongside 2 of the greatest players in the NBA? Are you willing to set ego aside in the quest for a championship? Do you want to use the Lakers brand to elevate your own individual brand? Are you interested in setting yourself up for a career after basketball? If the answer to these questions is yes, then the Lakers are the perfect spot for you in 2021. Jason even has a list of 5 veteran players he could envision looking to latch on to the Purple and Gold next season (We see you, Carmelo Anthony!) Plus, former NFL wide receiver Tori Gurley swings by to discuss what it was like playing on the same AAU basketball team as Steph Curry (and beating a team led by Kevin Durant) and when he knew Steph was destined for greatness, his biggest regret from his days in the NFL, tell us why he's betting big on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this Sunday, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

45 min1 w ago
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The Ring Chasers will Come Flocking to LeBron and the Lakers & NFL Week 6 Preview with Tori Gurley

Josh Allen and the Bills Got Exposed, the Dumpster Fire New York Jets & Michael Thomas' Diva Tendencies

On today’s episode, Jason shares his thoughts on The Tennessee Titans’ Tuesday Night Football demolition of the Buffalo Bills, and he wonders aloud if Josh Allen and the Bills were overrated all along. It’s impossible to come away from that game thinking that Buffalo is a legitimate Super Bowl contender or that Allen is a better quarterback than the slightly above-average Ryan Tannehill. Later, Jason discusses the New York Jets shocking decision to dump high-priced running back Le’Veon Bell and explains that although Bell was a disappointment in New York it’s hard to put 100% of the blame on the mercurial tailback. Let’s be honest, the Jets have been arguably the worst-run NFL franchise of the last decade. Finally, Jason closes the show by doing a deep dive into the scathing report in the Athletic on New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas. Is Thomas the latest diva wide receiver to let success get to his head, or will he take the criticism to heart and get back on the straight and narrow? Only time will tell. But if the Saints keep struggling this season… it could get worse before it gets better. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

30 min1 w ago
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Josh Allen and the Bills Got Exposed, the Dumpster Fire New York Jets & Michael Thomas' Diva Tendencies

The Cursed Chargers, The Dak Prescott Conundrum & LeBron the IG King

On today’s episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the Monday Night Football matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers and the New Orleans Saints, and explains why it’s time to admit that the Chargers are a cursed franchise – even if rookie quarterback Justin Herbert is an absolute stud, and that it’s crazy to think that Drew Brees is still an upper-echelon quarterback. Jason also goes off on Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones for proclaiming Dak Prescott to be the ‘future’ of the franchise on the heels of Dak’s catastrophic ankle injury. Who in their right mind would willingly paint themselves into a corner like that? Later, Producer Rob joins the discussion to help make sense of LeBron James’ latest social media shot at all the haters and naysayers in the sports media world. If Michael Jordan can use perceived slights as motivation to elevate his play why can't LeBron do the same? Finally, Jason looks to keep his hot streak going with a very special Tuesday Night Football edition of The Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

41 min1 w ago
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The Cursed Chargers, The Dak Prescott Conundrum & LeBron the IG King

Latest Episodes

Done with Doug Pederson, What to Make of Carson Wentz & Football Outsider's Aaron Schatz

On today's episode, Jason open things up by sharing his thoughts on the Philadelphia Eagles rollercoaster victory over the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football. Daniel Jones was turnover machine and Carson Wentz was wildly inconsistent, both of which were to be expected, but the big takeaway form this game was the evolution of Doug Pederson. Two years ago, he was dialing up trick plays to Nick Foles for touchdowns in the Super Bowl. Now? He's dialing up 4th down fade routes to receivers who are still without an NFL catch. Safe to say that Jason is officially done with Pederson. Later, Football Outsiders' Aaron Schatz swings by to discuss his creation of the DVOA metric that's become so wildly popular in NFL circles, how the Eagles' 2018 Super Bowl run changed the way teams feel about being aggressive playcalling, why it's hard to determine if the Las Vegas Raiders' inability to practice this week due to COVID would be a positive or a negative this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, why you should expect Ryan Tannehill to continue his high level of play moving forward, why Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns are nowhere near as good as their record while Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are much better than theirs, and much more! Plus, Jason closes things out with a special 3-pack edition of the Best Bet for Week 7 in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 min3 d ago
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Done with Doug Pederson, What to Make of Carson Wentz & Football Outsider's Aaron Schatz

Miami Turned to Tua Too Early, The Hard Truth About Carson Wentz & The Ringer's John Gonzalez

On today's episode, Jason gives a quick hat tip to the Tampa Bay Rays for winning Game 2 of the World Series and setting up what we're all hoping to be a long series against the heavily favored Los Angeles Dodgers, and tells us why he thinks the Miami Dolphins made a mistake turning the keys over to rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa while the team is still in the thick of the AFC East title chase. Jason also explains why he's dubious about the New Orleans Pelicans' decision to hire Stan Van Gundy as their next head coach. SVG was an absolute dumpster fire during his stint with the Detroit Pistons and if things start to go bad again the Pelicans run the risk of alienating their superstar Zion Williamson. Plus, The Ringer's John Gonzalez swings by for a long interview to discuss the evolution of print journalism over the years and the harsh realities that upcoming journalists need to accept if they want to enjoy a long career in the field, explain why bad injury luck is the probably the biggest reason why the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles are so bad, discuss why Eagles fans were so quick to turn on Wentz once he started to play poorly, tell us why he believes Doc Rivers is a much better coach than guys Jason give him credit for, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 min4 d ago
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Miami Turned to Tua Too Early, The Hard Truth About Carson Wentz & The Ringer's John Gonzalez

Kudos to Kerhsaw, Brady is Winning the Break-Up with Belichick & Former NFL Pro Bowler Donte Whitner

On today's episode, Jason opens things up by congratulating Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw for delivering a vintage 'Regular Season Kershaw' performance in the postseason to help Los Angeles win Game 1 of the World Series. He also does a deep dive into the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick break-up now that we're almost halfway through their first season. As things stand right now, it's clear that Belichick's New England Patriots and Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trending in opposite directions. To put it quite simply, Brady is 'winning' that break-up. Plus, former Pro Bowl safety and NBC Sports Bay Area analyst Donte Whitner swings by to explain how working in television compares to playing int he NFL, why he considers Vic Fangio to be one of the greatest defensive minds in League history, why he believes college football is doing a poor job of preparing young quarterbacks for the NFL (shout out Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen), why Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes are clearly the top two quarterbacks in the NFL right now, why he believes the quality of play in the NFL is suffering this season, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

40 min5 d ago
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Kudos to Kerhsaw, Brady is Winning the Break-Up with Belichick & Former NFL Pro Bowler Donte Whitner

Time for a Dallas Cowboys Fire Sale, Josh Allen is NOT Who We Thought He Was & Brees vs. Rivers

On today's episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys embarrassing home loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football. The Cowboys were already bad with Dak Prescott under center but they've become downright unwatchable without him. The supposed ‘best backup quarterback in the NFL’ Andy Dalton can’t hit the red side of a barn and the defense is an absolute sieve. At this point, it’s clear that the roster is fatally flawed, and Jerry Jones would be wise to consider moving on from high-priced offensive stars Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper if they want to rebuild the right way. Later, Jason admits that he was dead wrong for calling Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen an MVP-caliber player a few weeks back. As soon as the schedule started to toughen up, Allen went back to being one of the most inaccurate throwers of the football in the AFC. While the Bills may still win the AFC East, it’s clear that they’re not the Super Bowl contenders some made them out to be during the first month of the season. Finally, Jason closes things out by throwing a wild hypothetical question involving two aging quarterbacks: Who would you rather have for the rest of the season: Philip Rivers or Drew Brees? J-Mac makes the case for one, and his answer may surprise you. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

36 min6 d ago
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Time for a Dallas Cowboys Fire Sale, Josh Allen is NOT Who We Thought He Was & Brees vs. Rivers

Dodgers Back in the World Series, Derrick Henry for MVP & Blowout Wins for the Bucs and Steelers

On today's episode, Jason and Producer Rob get things started by sharing their thoughts on a wild Game 7 in the NLCS. The Dodgers got a clutch home run from Cody Bellinger to clinch their 3rd World Series appearance in the last 4 years - but should we expect the results to be any different this time around? Will Clayton Kershaw finally be able to exercise his postseason demons once and for all? We'll find out soon enough. Later, Jason reacts to all the Week 6 action in the NFL, including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' thrashing of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Tennessee Titans' overtime victory over the Houston Texans led by MVP-candidate Derrick Henry, the Pittsburgh Steelers suffocating win over Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns, and much more. Jason also takes a quick look-ahead at the Week 7 gambling lines and lets you know which games look appetizing from a betting perspective. Plus, Jason puts his wagering skills to the test once again with a special NFL Monday Night Football double-dip edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

33 min1 w ago
Comments
Dodgers Back in the World Series, Derrick Henry for MVP & Blowout Wins for the Bucs and Steelers

The Jason McIntyre Show: 10/17/2020

Jason McIntyre warns NFL fans not to overreact to the first quarter of the season and weighs in on the biggest NBA offseason rumors. Jason explains why he has struggled to watch college football this season. Plus, he previews Week 6 in the NFL and tells you which top teams that he is not buying into just yet. Guests include: Football Outsiders founder Aaron Schatz, NBA insider Brian Windhorst, FS1 MLB Analyst Nick Swisher Listen to The Jason McIntyre Show Saturdays from 10am - 1pm ET! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

128 min1 w ago
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The Jason McIntyre Show: 10/17/2020

Le'Veon Bell Picks the Chiefs, Ty Lue Skepticism & NFL conversation with PFF's Sam Monson

On today's episode, Jason starts things off by explaining why he thinks running back Le'Veon Bell will be a great fit with the Kansas City Chiefs, why you have to give former Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey credit for his role in revolutionizing the way basketball is played today even if his Rockets never actually won a title, and why he's skeptical about Tyronn Lue being the right man for the job as the head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers. Plus, Pro Football Focus analyst Sam Monson swings by to discuss his unlikely rise from message board commenter to PFF NFL analyst, explain exactly how the PFF grading system works and why longevity is key in determining a player's true grade, tell us why he's expecting big things from Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and why he's nervous about Baker Mayfield's matchup against that aggressive Pittsburgh Steelers, explain why he likes the Philadelphia Eagles' season-long outlook now that Carson Wentz is rounding back into form, discuss how the Las Vegas Raiders may have created a blueprint for other teams to follow on how to slow down Patrick Mahomes, and much more! Finally, Jason closes things out with a special NFL Sunday 4-pack edition of the Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

53 min1 w ago
Comments
Le'Veon Bell Picks the Chiefs, Ty Lue Skepticism & NFL conversation with PFF's Sam Monson

The Ring Chasers will Come Flocking to LeBron and the Lakers & NFL Week 6 Preview with Tori Gurley

On today's episode, Jason does a deep dive on the future of LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, and explains why he can envision a scenario where a slew of NBA veterans look to 'ring chase' next season alongside The King. Do you want to play alongside 2 of the greatest players in the NBA? Are you willing to set ego aside in the quest for a championship? Do you want to use the Lakers brand to elevate your own individual brand? Are you interested in setting yourself up for a career after basketball? If the answer to these questions is yes, then the Lakers are the perfect spot for you in 2021. Jason even has a list of 5 veteran players he could envision looking to latch on to the Purple and Gold next season (We see you, Carmelo Anthony!) Plus, former NFL wide receiver Tori Gurley swings by to discuss what it was like playing on the same AAU basketball team as Steph Curry (and beating a team led by Kevin Durant) and when he knew Steph was destined for greatness, his biggest regret from his days in the NFL, tell us why he's betting big on Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this Sunday, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

45 min1 w ago
Comments
The Ring Chasers will Come Flocking to LeBron and the Lakers & NFL Week 6 Preview with Tori Gurley

Josh Allen and the Bills Got Exposed, the Dumpster Fire New York Jets & Michael Thomas' Diva Tendencies

On today’s episode, Jason shares his thoughts on The Tennessee Titans’ Tuesday Night Football demolition of the Buffalo Bills, and he wonders aloud if Josh Allen and the Bills were overrated all along. It’s impossible to come away from that game thinking that Buffalo is a legitimate Super Bowl contender or that Allen is a better quarterback than the slightly above-average Ryan Tannehill. Later, Jason discusses the New York Jets shocking decision to dump high-priced running back Le’Veon Bell and explains that although Bell was a disappointment in New York it’s hard to put 100% of the blame on the mercurial tailback. Let’s be honest, the Jets have been arguably the worst-run NFL franchise of the last decade. Finally, Jason closes the show by doing a deep dive into the scathing report in the Athletic on New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas. Is Thomas the latest diva wide receiver to let success get to his head, or will he take the criticism to heart and get back on the straight and narrow? Only time will tell. But if the Saints keep struggling this season… it could get worse before it gets better. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

30 min1 w ago
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Josh Allen and the Bills Got Exposed, the Dumpster Fire New York Jets & Michael Thomas' Diva Tendencies

The Cursed Chargers, The Dak Prescott Conundrum & LeBron the IG King

On today’s episode, Jason shares his thoughts on the Monday Night Football matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers and the New Orleans Saints, and explains why it’s time to admit that the Chargers are a cursed franchise – even if rookie quarterback Justin Herbert is an absolute stud, and that it’s crazy to think that Drew Brees is still an upper-echelon quarterback. Jason also goes off on Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones for proclaiming Dak Prescott to be the ‘future’ of the franchise on the heels of Dak’s catastrophic ankle injury. Who in their right mind would willingly paint themselves into a corner like that? Later, Producer Rob joins the discussion to help make sense of LeBron James’ latest social media shot at all the haters and naysayers in the sports media world. If Michael Jordan can use perceived slights as motivation to elevate his play why can't LeBron do the same? Finally, Jason looks to keep his hot streak going with a very special Tuesday Night Football edition of The Best Bet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

41 min1 w ago
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The Cursed Chargers, The Dak Prescott Conundrum & LeBron the IG King
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