Chris Broussard and Rob Parker break down what teams we could see Sean Payton coach for next season.
The whole incident has been handled above board and out in the open, so any mention of racism is just embarrassing.
He has the skills, but those skills seem to desert him when it actually matters.
On Friday's 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Giants Wide Receiver Kenny Golladay vents his frustration about lack of playing time, but it's Head Coach Brian Daboll's response to the veteran WR that displays why he's quickly becoming the most popular coach in the league today.
Friday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Aaron Rodgers speaks about interests outside of football and his intention to stop playing before age 45. Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington think his mindset is closer to the "common man" than it is the "football player," and the guys share stories of how mortality sets in and the football mentality fades away.
Tonight on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker the two react to breaking news by update anchor Monse Bolanos of Ime Udoka’s year suspension for the 2022-2023 NBA season.
Today on The Two Headed Monster, Dan Beyer & Aaron Torres talked about Jerry Jones optimism in Cooper Rush while Dak Prescott is out with a fractured thumb injury.
Aaron Judge is dominating the best athletes in the world, in the best version of baseball that's ever been played.
Chargers HC Brandon Staley says Justin Herbert is day-to-day with his fractured rib cartilage, but 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe believe Justin Herbert will need to gut through the pain if the Chargers want to remain competitive in the AFC West.
Thursday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington preview the AFC North matchup between the Browns and Steelers and discuss how much is on the line for both Mitchell Trubisky and Offensive Coordinator Matt Canada.
Today on The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon, Jason and Mike react to the news of Celtics HC Ime Udoka facing disciplinary action by the Celtics for violating an unspecified team guideline.
Doug Gottlieb discusses the news of Tom Brady returning to practice on Wednesday for the Bucs, despite previous reports that the Buccaneers were inserting a special ‘veteran day’ exemption every Wednesday to accommodate Brady supposedly needing more time off with his family.
Today on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard and Rob Parker, Chris and Rob discuss Robert Sarver’s announcement of selling both the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury.
Sometimes it’s easier to toil away at work than stay home and argue with your spouse.
Jason Smith of Fox Sports Radio explains why he thinks Kirk Cousins’ days are numbered in Minnesota, with Cousins and the Vikings coming off an embarrassing Monday Night Football loss in Philadelphia where Cousins three threw picks and posted a rancid 17.5 QBR score.
Considering his age and injury history, that is a seriously risky proposition.
Wednesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington react to Yankees OF Aaron Judge hitting his 60th home run of the season and wonder how these milestones stack up to those of the past.
Jason Smith takes a deep dig into Browns head coach, Kevin Stefanski.
Chris Broussard and Rob Parker tell you to pump your brakes on these young quarterbacks.
Dan Beyer and Aaron Torres discuss and compare Josh Allen to the greats of sports.
Tuesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Cowboys Stephen Jones gave an encouraging update on the recovery timeline for Dak Prescott, but Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington explain why it's better to say nothing than to raise expectations.
Dan Patrick is joined by NFL HoF DE Michael Strahan.
Tuesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington recap the Eagles impressive win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football and the guys agree Philadelphia is looking like a real contender this season, led by Jalen Hurts who is starting to exceed expectations.
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon react to the Vikings losing to the Eagles on Monday night.
Unless he can win the job back in camp next year, or somebody else gets injured, he's done starting games in SF.
Nobody expected some of these guys to play at all this season, much less start chalking up victories already.
Jason Smith and Mike Harmon talk about the latest developments in the case of Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver.