Jason Fitz is solo and gets to talk to Chicago Bears Safety Tashaun Gipson about the Bears hot start. He also talks about how Jerry Jones knows the words he says have a lot of power.
Chiney has a special guest to confirm whether she's telling truth or lying about a school related matter. Plus, top 5 bottom 5 of the NFL week.
- Cowboys' Gregory off exempt list, eligible to play
- Former Cowboys DE Irving signs with Raiders
- Jones 'not in feel-good mood' about Dallas at 2-4
- Cowboys OL Martin out vs. Cards with concussion
Clarence Hill, from the Dallas/Fortworth Star-Telegram, says Cowboys players aren't happy The Chiefs are doing it behind the running game! That's dangerous The Bucks must trade Giannis because he won't sign long term Last Take
Max holds a fake press conference congratulating himself on his Draft Kings win Max on the biggest problem the Dallas Cowboys currently have Why start Tua right now if you're the Dolphins? Fitzpatrick is doing fine Max explains why Clayton Kershaw isn't among the All-Time greats Axe Max
Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory has been removed from the commissioner's exempt list and is available to play Sunday against Washington.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Randy Gregory has been removed from the Commissioner's Exempt list and is eligible to play Sunday at Washington now that he is on the 53-man roster. The Cowboys waived defensive back Saivion Smith and wide receiver Ventell Bryant, who had been on injured reserve. Gregory last played in a game in the 2018 playoffs against the Los Angeles Rams because of a suspension.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Chiefs' run-heavy offense last night, the Dolphins turning to Tua Tagovailoa, the Cowboys' abysmal loss and tonight's Game 1 of the World Series.
Former Dallas Cowboys pass-rusher David Irving signed with the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday.
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast talking about the differences between football and basketball coaches handling the pandemic, and seniors getting an extra year of eligibility. Then Baylor head coach Scott Drew joins the show to discuss the Bears’ tough early season schedule, the team’s excitement getting back in the gym, his experienced roster and Matt Mayer never seeing a shot he didn’t like (14:42).
Bomani shares his thoughts on the misery that is the Dallas Cowboys as currently constructed (0:56). Why do they still matter so much? Why are they “America’s team”? He also discusses why Derrick Henry of the Titans may be the last in a long line of Hall of Fame running backs (23:07) and sheds light on the situation around “The Eyes of Texas” for the Longhorns’ football team (33:37). Plus, an IYHH with returning museum artifacts to their country of origin (49:21) and your voicemails from being let down by your home squad (1:03:55). IYHH Stories @SuyinSays on the four activists that have been fined for trying to remove an artifact from a French museum: https://bit.ly/3obYPxS @BrandiVincent_ on the national defense outfitting and steering military dogs with augmented reality goggles: https://bit.ly/2HqDEY4 @sarafischer on the industries that won’t recover from the pandemic economically without a vaccine: https://bit.ly/35iphNr
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Cowboys embarrassing MNF loss, the Chiefs running all over the Bills, Jimmy Butler’s boat buckets, World Series Game 1 and Tua’s Dolphins' debut.
Max talks about what the real issue in Dallas is and it is not Zeke or Dak
First Take hour 1: Cowboys look bad against Cardinals, Chiefs the team to beat in the AFC and Khabib Nurmagomedov joins the show!
Stephen A, Max, Marcus Spears and Khabib Nurmagomedov debate if the it's time for the Cowboys to panic after a bad game against the Cardinals, if anyone can stop the Chiefs in the AFC and what Khabib has to do to be considered an all time great.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Kyle recap Monday Night Football, update you on the latest injury news and give you the key Week 7 waiver wire adds.
Jerry Jones said he is "not in a feel-good mood" about the Cowboys' lead in the NFC East, citing the team's 2-4 record and emphasizing that "we've got to get better."
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There is a 28% chance that the winner of the NFC East will have just six or fewer wins, according to FPI. In 13 of FPI's 20,000 simulations this morning, a team won the division with just *four* wins (11 of those were the Eagles, with one apiece of the Giants and Washington). In one simulation the Chiefs won 15 games and the entire NFC East won 14 games combined.
Keyshawn tells us why, even though he didn't put up crazy numbers, Patrick Mahomes was great vs. the Bills last night. Former Falcons WR Roddy White joins and talks about the mess the Falcons have become since blowing the 28-3 lead to the Patriots in the Super Bowl. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred joins and talks about how the league got through the 2020 season during a pandemic.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Jerry Jones doesn't care much about the 2-4 Cowboys being in first place in the division. “Certainly the NFC East is having its challenges now,” he said on 105.3 The Fan. “… When you're not playing better than we are, it's hard for me to basically look at the end game, which is win the East, and get excited that we're better. (That's) ‘We may be slow, but we're ahead of you,' syndrome. We've got to get better to have the kind of season that makes sense for us.”
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Jerry Jones still believes in the roster and coach Mike McCarthy and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan. “What I do feel good about with the entire group is our ability,” he said on 105.3 The Fan. “We do have the ability and we have the talent to make adjustments with the personnel we have. We just haven't done it. We will not have success until we take our personnel we got today and put it out there not giving ourselves a big hole to dig out of.”
Adam Gase's 0-6 Jets are in line to take another quarterback in next year's draft. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are no longer the NFC East favorites.
How high could Alabama RB Najee Harris rise in next year's draft? What about Crimson Tide QB Mac Jones?
There's no other way to put it...the Cowboys stink. Plus, Josh Allen is what we thought he was...not an MVP candidate, that's for sure. Sal Paolantonio joins the show to talk about where the blame lies for the Eagles' terrible start to the 2020 season.