Robert Mays and Kevin Clark dole out their end-of-season NFL awards, including Defensive Player of the Year (02:30), the best rookies on both sides of the ball (05:30), and best head coach (07:30). Then, Kevin sways Robert’s opinion on Most Improved Player (16:30), and the guys reveal the surprise crushes they developed this season (21:00). Finally, Danny Kelly joins the show to crown the best celebration (31:00) and best fan base (34:45), and everyone tries to agree on an MVP (42:15).
End-of-Season NFL Awards Show
From best fan base to MVP, Robert Mays and Kevin Clark crown the best in the game
Plus, some news in college basketball and NFL betaches
How Basketball Media Consumption and Discourse Have Changed Over the Years. Plus, Giannis’s Place in NBA History.
Logan, Raja, and Howard discuss how basketball (and basketball media) is consumed in the modern age and talk about Giannis Antetokounmpo’s place among the league’s all-time players
Jagielka joins Ben Foster, Mark Goldbridge and Paul Robinson to break down all the weekend drama from the Carabao Cup final and the Premier League
Tate Frazier is joined by J. Kyle Mann to discuss Kentucky’s 22-point drubbing of Alabama, the mythology behind Rick Pitino’s white suit, the court storm seen round the world, and more
And the Cold Open Question of the Week: Who gets a bigger POP, Rhea Ripley in Perth, Australia, or Paul Heyman in Philadelphia?