The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark react to a wild Week 1 in the NFL, including how the Cowboys regained their NFC contender status Sunday night (03:30) and how the Seahawks may have lost theirs (08:00). Then, the guys discuss how the Raiders and Marshawn Lynch are the perfect mix of fun and force (10:00), why running backs won’t play a role in playoff races this season (20:00), and how some lesser-known Ravens exposed the bumbling Bengals (30:00). Then, Danny Kelly joins the show to explain why Le’Veon Bell struggled out of the gates against Cleveland (33:00) and Rodger Sherman helps the guys decide whether some Week 1 surprises were a fluke or not (42:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin point out some marquee matchups that we lost for this season this weekend (49:30) and how one glaring weakness could make for a long season leaguewide (51:00).
Week 1 of the NFL Was More Bad Than Good
Robert Mays and Kevin Clark break down the action from a wild opening week, including the Seahawks’ poor play, the Ravens’ trouncing of the Bengals, and Marshawn Lynch’s effectiveness in Oakland
Sheil and Ray discuss whether this is the best Philadelphia Eagles team we’ve ever seen and talk about the evolution of Jalen Hurts and Nick Sirianni
Rosenberg, SGG, and Dip discuss Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn’s superstardom, and the Pitch Black match
With Major League Wrestling set to debut on REELZ with ‘MLW Underground,’ the MLW CEO reflects on the two decades it took to get there
The East Coast Bias boys also share their favorite bets of the night