Tag Archives: New England Patriots

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Dan Patrick and championship weekend preview

Dan Patrick joins the latest edition of The #REP Dan Patrick joins the latest edition of The #REP
Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes

Rich Eisen dials up longtime friend of the program Dan Patrick to recap the divisional round of the NFL playoffs and preview the upcoming conference championship games. Eisen, along with Chris Law and Chris Brockman, also delve further into breaking down this weekend’s big games and give an update to the listener leaderboard for both the REP Weekly Pick ‘Em contest as well as the REP Playoff ChallengeRead

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Peter King and Rob Lowe

Which team has the best chance to win Super Bowl XLVII? (Associated Press/US Presswire) Which team has the best chance to win Super Bowl XLVII? (Associated Press/US Presswire)

Senior Sports Illustrated writer Peter King dials in to chat with Rich following one of the greatest weekends in NFL playoff history. The Hall of Fame sportswriter found himself in the enviable position of attending both the Falcons last minute comeback win over the Seahawks on Sunday and the Ravens thrilling double overtime win over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos on Saturday. King managed to spend time spent time with players from all four squads following the two contests and shares some of the insights he gathered in what was a spectacular weekend of NFL football.

Up next is actor Rob Lowe, who last year around this time made headlines across the National Football League with a tweet about a certain (former) Colt quarterback and retirement rumors. Rich dials up Lowe to discuss the incident and to get the big time Indy fans take on Andrew Luck’s first season and find out how Lowe and his two boys are doing in the post-Manning era as Colts fan. The star of “Parks and Recreation” lets Rich in on a little more credible NFL related news this time around. Lowe and some of his NBC cast mates recently hit up Lucas Oil Stadium and shot a few scenes for this week’s upcoming “Parks and Recreation” episode with Reggie Wayne, Jim Irsay and the aforementioned Andrew Luck. You can tune in to see their cameo appearance this Thursday, January 17th at 8:30pm ET on NBC… Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Michael Lombardi AFC East preview

Rich welcomes back NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi to the podcast to preview the AFC East division leading up to the 2012 season. Its another comprehensive team-by-team breakdown that provides insightful analysis of what to expect in one of the toughest divisions in football for the upcoming season.

It’s all capped off with a chat between Rich and his producers that involves an entertaining “incident” 30,000 feet up, a baby, and… Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: The 2012 Hall of Fame Enshrinees

Guests include the 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinees, Curtis Martin, Willie Roaf, Cortez Kennedy, Chris Doleman, Dermontti Dawson and Jack Butler.

The Day after Canton, Ohio’s six newest residents were enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, they sat down with Rich for an intimate discussion in front of 4,000 plus fans at the Canton Civic Center for the Enshrinnes’ Gameday Roundtable.

The roundtable discussion is an unscripted, up-close-and-personal format where the Enshrinees share stories and… Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Matt Light and Katy Brown

Guests include three-time Super Bowl champion Matt Light, plus a special guest appearance by Katy Brown, who is a former classmate of Rich’s at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

First up is a surprise special appearance by Katy Brown, who was recently named Sportscaster of the Year in Oregon and has long history with our humble host. The two first met during their days at Northwestern’s Medill School while obtaining their Masters degree in journalism. Katy has plenty of good stories to share about Rich in his early days, including how she helped him land his first full time gig in Redding, Calif.

After a fun stroll down memory lane, recently retired Patriots tackle Matt Light swings by for lengthy discussion about his tremendous career in New England. Light doesn’t hold back as he discusses the ups and downs of his career, how he handled the two Super Bowl losses to the Giants and the infamous party videos that were shot with him and Rob… Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Alec Baldwin and Mike Mayock

Guests include two time Golden Globe and Emmy award winning actor, Alec Baldwin, who phones in from the set of his hit NBC show “30 Rock.” As a Long Island native, Alec doesn’t only have a New York rooting interest in Super Bowl XLVI, he is also going to be a part of the fun. Baldwin will fulfill a role he’s quite familiar with as he plays host to the inaugural NFL Honors show Saturday, February 4th in Indianapolis.

Mike Mayock then joins Rich from Mobile, Alabama where he is covering the 2012 Senior Bowl for NFL Network and getting a glimpse at the leagues incoming crop of dynamic talent

If you happened to miss this week’s earlier podcast featuring Michael Strahan, Ray Rice, Carson Daly and Warren Sapp, be sure to check it out. he special one-hour TV version of the podcast airs Thursday at 12p.m. ET only on NFL Network. Read

Rich Eisen Podcast: Hue Jackson, Mark Wahlberg, Champ Bailey, Michael Lombardi and Jim Mora
Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Hue Jackson, Mark Wahlberg, Champ Bailey, Michael Lombardi and Jim Mora

Guests include the former head coach of the Raiders, Hue Jackson, who joins Rich just one day after being fired in Oakland. Following Coach Jackson, the star of the action-thriller film “Contraband”, Mark Wahlberg phones up the podcast to discuss his beloved Patriots and their chances against the Tim Tebow led Denver Broncos… And speaking of the Denver Broncos, 11-time Pro-Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey joins the program and weighs in from Broncos Cam on how the divisional round matchup with New England will end differently then when the two teams met just a few short weeks ago.

Things don’t end there though, when podcast regular and one of the best information men in the business, Michael Lombardi joins Rich to talk about the latest rumors surrounding the Dolphins courting of Jeff Fisher and recap the wild-card round of the playoffs. Last, but certainly not least is the Saints all-time winning coach, Jim Mora, who discusses the Saints chances at a title this year. And as the official movie reviewer of the Rich Eisen Podcast, Rich couldn’t let coach go without getting his predictions for the weekends Golden Globe awards…

It’s a fun, informative listen, thanks for downloading and enjoy. Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Matt Damon, Al Michaels, Rob Lowe and Mike Florio

Guests include Academy Award winning actor and die-hard Patriots fan Matt Damon, who joins Rich from NFL headquarters in New York. A New England native, Damon chats with Rich about the Patriots chances at a title this season, where he was when he first met Tom Brady, and much much more… Including his new movie “We Bought A Zoo”, directed by the super talented Cameron Crowe that hits theatres Friday, December 23rd.

Up next is the voice of “Sunday Night Football” on NBC, Al Michaels, who is fresh off fantastic finish in Dallas that saw Tony Romo and the Cowboys let another fourth quarter lead slip away. As always it’s an informative chat when Al is in-studio and we look forward to him and Cris Collinsworth on the call for Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis.

Our second big time actor of the show phones in fresh off of hosting the Country Music Television awards, when big time Colts fan, Rob Lowe dials up the program. Like millions of Americans, Lowe was suffering from the Fantasy Football blues, after a devastating loss in week 14, at the hands of his very own son no less. But it certainly isn’t bad being Rob Lowe these days, as the bestselling author of “Stories I Only Tell My Friends” recently announced he’ll be penning a follow up book titled “Love Life” and also has a new film currently in theatres called “I Melt With You” co-starring Jeremy Piven. Like we said, it certainly isn’t bad being Rob Lowe.

This week’s show rounds out with the founder of Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio, who shares his take on the James Harrison hit that nearly knocked out Colt McCoy, and the leagues handling with a one-game suspension. Florio also shares his thoughts on some of the recent coaching vacancies and where he thinks some of the more high profiled “retired” coaches may land in the offseason.

It’s a fun, star studded podcast to get you ready for not one, but two games on NFL Network this week. Thanks for downloading Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast: Wes Welker and Jeff Schaffer

We’ve passed the quarter post point of the NFL regular season and in this Year of the Exploding Offense look who’s on top of the receiving world: Wes Welker, who’s on pace to smash Marvin Harrison’s single-season record for receptions and Jerry Rice’s single-season record for receiving yards. And with the Patriots fresh off a big win in Oakland and getting set to host the hated New York Jets – the team that ended its 2010 season if your memory needs refreshing — who better to have on the podcast than Wes Welker? So, we fire up Patriots cam for him. And, yes, I do ask him if he has a message for Rex Ryan.
My other guest is a returning guest: Jeff Schaffer, the co-executive producer and co-writer of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Jeff was last on the show in July when we dedicated an entire podcast to “Curb.” This time, Schaffer appears to promote a show of his very own creation: the fantasy-football inspired comedy “The League,” which premieres this Thursday night for a third season on FX. Lots to talk about with Jeff, including his own fantasy leagues and how he incorporates them into the show. Which NFL stars are set to make cameos on his show this year? And then there’s this: How can he can create/write/direct a show about a 2011 fantasy football league when he conceives and shoots most of the scripts during the summer?
Of course, I can’t let Schaffer leave the studio without asking him the origin of the newest classic “Curb” storylines from this past season (Pig Parker, Sh*t Bow, Bill Buckner, Palestinian Chicken Restaurant to name a few) and how he and his writing partners come up with this stuff with Larry David. Then, I press him on the most important issue of all: Will there be a ninth season of “Curb”? His answer… breaks entertainment news, which, as you know, I love to do on the podcast.
Keep an eye peeled for another show this Thursday with NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi, former boxing champ Sugar Ray Leonard and a special surprise guest who, after having an unfortunate career-altering incident in the TV booth, is starting his comeback on the podcast. Stay tuned.
Read

Podcast

Rich Eisen Podcast Kickoff 2011: Tom Brady, Dan Patrick and Adam Carolla

Guests include 2010 NFL MVP and 3-time Super Bowl Champion QB Tom Brady, the host of the DP show and former colleague of Rich’s Dan Patrick dials in and guys chat mancave to mancloset. The podcast wraps up with the one and only ‘Ace-Man’ as Adam Carolla stops by NFL Network studios to talk a little Rams, NFL Rulebook, and take part in the Rich Eisen Podcasts first ever physical challenge. Enjoy and thanks for listening Read

%d bloggers like this: