Chiney and Golic Jr. are joined by ESPN/YES Announcer Ryan Ruocco and ESPN NFL Analyst Dan Orlovsky to breakdown the Top 5 and Bottom 5 from the NFL including QB injuries and Drew Brees' career.
We start with the results of the NFL's divisional round, where Drew Brees may have played his last game after New Orleans's loss to Tampa Bay.
Bomani Jones discusses the “Final Four” of the NFL Playoffs (1:06), including why the Saints electing to keep rolling with Drew Brees may have cost them a Super Bowl, as well as why they should be the first in line regarding Deshaun Watson’s availability in a trade from Houston. He also gets into why Kevin Durant’s level of play should be good news for the Warriors (16:44), and the NFL getting close to completing a head coaching carousel without hiring a Black coach (26:20). Plus, an IYHH with Bow Wow’s concert in Houston (38:42) and a discussion on Dr. Martin Luther King and how he would have been received in present times following the holiday bearing his name (50:05). IYHH Stories @RashaFierce on criticisms of Bow Wow for performing at a crowded nightclub amid COVID-19: http://bit.ly/2XYti6o @NellieBowles on tech companies who can’t leave the Bay Area fast enough: http://nyti.ms/2N9FiQr @csreinicke on calls to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour: http://cnb.cx/3nYrTaN
Ryan Nielsen, who had been close to a deal to become defensive coordinator at LSU, instead has received a new three-year contract with the Saints and will replace Dan Campbell as assistant head coach, sources told ESPN.
Michael Thomas, who played in just seven games this season due to multiple ankle injuries, will have procedures for a torn deltoid and other ligaments in his ankle, a source told ESPN.
The Falcons have named Terry Fontenot their new general manager.
Con su derrota por la mínima, en casa ante Puebla, La Máquina suma dos derrotas consecutivas en el arranque del presente certamen.
Tony Kornheiser and Pablo Torre discuss the Chiefs holding on and Brees losing in what may have been his last game.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Brady and the Bucs big win and the Bills season continuing with a big win over Baltimore.
LSU is working to finalize a deal to make Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen its next defensive coordinator, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Mike and Chiney react to Tom Brady's 14th Conference Championship appearance and the Gutsy moves by the Chiefs.
Today on NFL Live, Laura Rutledge and the crew recap the AFC and NFC Divisional matchups, the aftermath of the loss for the Browns and Saints, the growing trouble between Deshaun Watson and the Texans, and so much more!
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby break down all the angles of this weekend’s NFL playoff action. Plus, James Harden’s Nets debut, Zion Williamson dunks all over the Kings, and is it time for Texans and Deshaun Watson to part ways… all that and more on J&J.
Bomani, Domonique and Israel question if the Bucs deserved credit for beating the Saints and the significance of the win for the Chiefs
Bucs get passed Brees but Brees must do better. Ryan Clark stops by to and explains why Drew Brees has underachieved. Ryan also expects a shootout between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. What does Lamar Jackson need to take him to the next level. Public Enemy's Chuck D drops by to talk about what MLK Day means to him.
Bart & Hahn discuss the status of Patrick Mahomes heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game with Buffalo and the result of what may have been Drew Brees' last game in an NFL uniform.
The Saints couldn't throw downfield. The Browns were carved up in the middle of the field. The Ravens need a No. 1 receiver.
First Take discusses what this loss means for Drew Brees now, if the Nets will go to the finals with or without Kyrie, and much more.
Stephen A and Max debate if they were impressed by the Bucs or disappointed by the Saints, how did the Brown lose to the Chiefs, and much more.
From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
Drew Brees said he has no regrets about deciding to play this season as he ponders retirement once again.
The GOAT met with Brees' family on the field after the Bucs' playoff win -- even throwing a touchdown pass to Brees' son, Baylen.