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
Joe B and Art DiCesare return to make their picks for NFL Week 14
We’re talking potential after-show love triangles, final thoughts on all the cast members, and more!
Chris and Andy also look ahead to ‘Industry’ and the remake of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’
Ted Hope, a producer and the former cohead of movies at Amazon, joins the show to discuss the current state streaming and his perspective on the topic. Plus, a box office prediction for Hayao Miyazaki’s newest film, ‘The Boy and the Heron.’
Mike, Jesse, and Mark discuss the Juan Soto trade and where Shohei Ohtani might end up
What’s Going On With Ian Garry? Plus, Mike Perry’s BKFC Superstardom, and UFC’s Class Action Lawsuit Takes a Twist.
And later the guy’s bring up some Discord questions, one of which leads to a trip down Spotify Live memory lane