NFL Network senior correspondent Steve Wyche joins the show to talk about what has stood out over the past two weeks in terms of player activism and participation in the movement toward racial justice in the NFL. We touch on what still needs to be done by the league’s owners, as well as how players can sustain this movement throughout the season (0:40). Then, The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti calls in to talk about the biggest story lines of the 2020 season (31:50).
The Two Weeks That Changed the NFL, and the Biggest 2020 Story Lines
Plus, what still needs to be done by the league’s owners and players to sustain this movement throughout the season
There were strange results and few dominant teams in the NFL in 2021, but the postseason has shaped up perfectly
Two months ago, both offenses were struggling to find the big plays that had defined them both in 2020. Now, though, they’re back on track—and just in time for an all-important game.
The Bengals’ postseason hopes rest on the success of their second-year QB and rookie wide receiver. They’re doing the exact same things they did at LSU—and showing no signs of slowing down.
Plus, answering listener questions about the Bears’ front-office vacancy and Jim Harbaugh’s next move
Yahoo Sportsbook’s Ariel Epstein gives his best NFL prop bets for the weekend