Rich Eisen and the podcast crew recap the wild Monday Night Football game between the Patriots and Panthers, as well as the rest of the action from Week 11 across the NFL.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians then dials in to discuss his team’s big matchup this week with the Indianapolis Colts, the team Arians served as interim head coach of last year while Chuck Pagano battled cancer. Arians discusses his unique relationship with Pagano and how the 6-4 Cardinals are getting ready for the stretch run in the NFC West.
NFL senior advisor Joe Browne, who is the National Football League’s longest tenured employee and served under both Commissioner Pete Rozelle, and Paul Tagliabue joins the show next. With the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination approaching, Browne dials in to help shed some light on Rozelle and the NFL’s decision to play football games just two days after the assassination of JFK on Friday, November 22 1963.
The podcast rounds out with actor and Chicago native Vince Vaughn, who dials in to talk about his beloved Bears and whether or not they can make a run down the stretch. Vaughn talked about the optimism surrounding the Bears chances in the NFC North with Aaron Rodgers banged up in Green Bay and the Detroit Lions dropping a game on Sunday in Pittsburgh. Be sure to check out Vince Vaughn’s new comedy, Delivery Man, which hits theatres this Friday.
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