The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark recap Week 9 in the NFL by discussing how much Packers coach Mike McCarthy owes Aaron Rodgers for keeping his job this long (02:00), why Carson Wentz is the story of the NFL (07:45), and what Rams coach Sean McVay has done to lead the race for Coach of the Year (15:00). Then the guys talk about how A.J. Green's and Mike Evans’s aggressive actions are proof that the Bengals and Bucs have given up (19:00), why the Saints are a more realistic contender than the Jaguars (27:30), and how the Colts are ruining their franchise by mishandling Andrew Luck’s injury (36:00). Plus, Danny Kelly joins the show to explain how Kirk Cousins took down the Seahawks (43:30), and the guys offer their lasting impressions from Week 9 (54:00).
Week 9 Separated the Haves and Have-Nots
The Rams and the Eagles look like very good football teams
Warriors Meltdown and Two Players to Worry About, Plus a ’90s Music Nostalgia Session With Rob Harvilla
Plus, is one guy getting scammed into a trip to Hawaii on Life Advice?
This week’s Kram Session begins with a first look at the in-season tournament’s knockout round matchups, before bouncing around to other big story lines around the NBA
Golden State is no longer a contender as currently constructed. In order to remain relevant, the Warriors need to reinvent themselves around Steph Curry. Is a trade coming?