Russillo shares his updated Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick rankings (1:30) before he is joined by former Super Bowl champion and current ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday to discuss some keys to last night’s Super Bowl, watching Tom Brady grow throughout his career, the Buccaneers’ coaching staff, and more (14:00). Then Ryen talks with Sara Walsh of Fox Sports and NFL Network about covering the Buccaneers all year, how the team gained momentum late in the season, Tom Brady’s impact on a locker room, GM Jason Licht’s personnel decisions, and more (34:00). Finally, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (55:00).
Super Bowl Recap With Jeff Saturday and Sara Walsh
Plus, Russillo shares his updated Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick rankings
Bryan was on the ground for the second Republican debate, and New York Times journalist Adam Nagourney joins to discuss his new book, ‘The Times’
Plus, Musa and Ryan round up some of the results from midweek, including Inter’s slipup to Sassuolo, Napoli’s success on the pitch despite the noise off it, Girona at the top of La Liga and some great EFL Cup results and goals
Bill Simmons is joined by Chris Ryan and Sean Fennessey to rewatch Lawrence Kasdan’s 1983 comedy-drama, ‘The Big Chill,’ with Kevin Kline, Glenn Close, Tom Berenger, William Hurt, Jeff Goldblum, Mary Kay Place, and JoBeth Williams
The newest offering from the ‘Boys’ extended universe premieres Friday, and it’s full of the same super-antihero angst of the original series—now set in the bodies of impulsive, moody, horny young adults
The East Coast Bias boys discuss the keys to Miami Dolphins–Buffalo Bills and what makes the Cleveland Browns defense historically great