The Ringer NFL Show

The Ringer NFL Show

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The Ringer NFL Show features a rotating group of Ringer NFL experts, including Michael Lombardi, Robert Mays, Kevin Clark, and Danny Kelly. The show will also feature ex-players and coaches, among others, as guests.

Episodes

Week 1 Was More Bad Than Good (Ep. 139)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark react to a wild Week 1 in the NFL, including how the Cowboys regained their NFC contender status Sunday night (03:30) and how the Seahawks may have lost theirs (08:00). Then, the guys discuss how the Raiders and Marshawn Lynch are the perfect mix of fun and force (10:00), why running backs won’t play a role in playoff races this season (20:00), and how some lesser-known Ravens exposed the bumbling Bengals (30:00). Then, Danny Kelly joins the show to explain why Le’Veon Bell struggled out of the gates against Cleveland (33:00) and Rodger Sherman helps the guys decide whether some Week 1 surprises were a fluke or not (42:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin point out some marquee matchups that we lost for this season this weekend (49:30), and how one glaring weakness could make for a long season leaguewide (51:00).

'GM Street' — Week 1 Rapid Reactions (Ep. 138)  

Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier react to the Sunday slate of Week 1 games. Topics include: Cowboys-Giants (1:26), Andy Dalton's donut (14:33), Le'Veon's lackluster return (23:15), and the Rams' rout (26:35).

'Ringer NFL Show' — The Patriots Fall Flat (Ep. 137)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark kick off their regular-season show by discussing the shocking Chiefs win over the Patriots (01:30) and why Kansas City will never be in perfect form again this season (05:00). Then the guys look at a possible NFC championship preview in Green Bay (09:30), how Dak Prescott’s true test is still to come (16:30), and why Aaron Donald should sit out the entire season (23:00). Also, Danny Kelly joins to explain why the numbers say Kirk Cousins may have a long day against an underrated Eagles defensive line (30:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin offer some story lines that will dominate NEXT week, including a warning for anyone who thinks the Patriots dynasty is ending (52:30).

‘GM Street’ — Shots Fired From Philly, Tampa's Addition, and Week 1 Preview (Ep. 136)  

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier discuss the backlash from Eagles fans regarding Lombardi's comments on Doug Pederson (01:30), new Buccaneer T.J. Ward (13:30), and dividing snaps in Chicago (18:00), and then preview a few Week 1 matchups (24:00).

33 Preseason Questions — Out of Luck, the New Watt, and Super Bowl Picks (Ep. 135)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark answer the final four of 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night, including why Andrew Luck's absence could cost the Colts their season (03:45) and how one transaction from this weekend makes an NFC West team an instant Super Bowl contender (05:00). Then, the guys make their predictions for Coach of the Year (10:00), Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Year (14:00), and MVP (24:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin pick all 12 playoff teams (31:30) and make their Super Bowl LII predictions (49:30).

‘GM Street’ — Big Moves, Big Splashes, Big Injuries (Ep. 134)  

The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier discuss the implications of the weekend’s big moves in football: what Andrew Luck’s shoulder injury means for the Colts (1:10), the Patriots’ motivations behind trading Jacoby Brissett for Phillip Dorsett (4:15), and the Seahawks’ rising Super Bowl chances after acquiring Sheldon Richardson (16:25).

33 Preseason Questions—Preseason Revelations, Cuts That Matter, and the Story of the Season (Ep. 133)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue answering 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night, including how the Titans have revealed some secret weapons (03:00), why rookie quarterbacks are on the rise in Chicago and Kansas City (09:00), and how another soon-to-be-former Jet could be joining Brandon Marshall on the Giants (12:45). Then, The Ringer’s own Danny Kelly joins the show with a gripe about Russell Wilson (21:15) and a prediction about when the spread-offense bubble could burst (31:00). Finally, Robert and Kevin discuss what will be the story of this NFL season (41:15) and whether we’ve finally arrived in the new golden era of QBs (43:15).

‘GM Street’ — Blue Chips: Coach and Coordinator Position Rankings (Ep. 132)  

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier conclude Lombardi's blue-chip countdown on the sidelines by discussing Al Davis's view of coaching (02:00), the top offensive generals in the NFL (08:00), the best defensive play callers (27:30), and the elite special-teams coaches (39:30).

33 Preseason Questions — Don't Sleep on Seattle, the Raiders Might Be Overrated, and the Saints Are Marching (Ep. 131)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue answering 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night. They explore some preseason injuries that have more fantasy impact than Julian Edelman’s (04:00) and discuss whether the Falcons could be even better this year despite taking an offensive step back (14:00). Then, the guys consider whether the Seahawks defense is among the best of all-time (19:30), debate whether Derek Carr is a top-flight quarterback (24:30), and look at how the Cowboys have already fallen from NFC championship contention (28:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin imagine a major trade between the Patriots and Jets (34:15), and go over every NFL team that could win the Super Bowl this season (39:30).

33 Preseason Questions — Fear the Lions, Bet on Chargers, and New York is Better than L.A. (Ep. 130)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue answering 33 Preseason Questions *by focusing on the* best bets for gamblers this season, including why the leading passer won’t be named Brady, Brees, or Rodgers (05:00) and how two Chargers are your best bets to lead the league in receiving and rushing (07:30). Then, the guys discuss some truly long-shot bets worth looking at (17:00), an AFC North quarterback who could lead the league in interceptions (27:45), and which games the Jets will be favored in (32:15). Finally, Robert and Kevin pick the safest bets for over/under team win totals (36:00) and debate whether the Packers can get to double-digit wins (39:00).

‘GM Street’ — Blue Chips: Defensive Position Rankings (Ep. 129)  

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier continue Lombardi's blue-chip-player countdown with the defensive side of the ball, including defensive ends (02:00), defensive tackles (07:00), linebackers (15:30), cornerbacks (21:15), and safeties (24:30).

33 Preseason Questions — Can’t Tank With Tyrod, the Patriots' Weakness, and Luck Too Late? (Ep. 128)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue answering 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening day. Topics include whether the Bills should trade Tyrod Taylor (05:00) and the increasingly crowded Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota bandwagons (18:00). Then the guys award Earl Thomas with some retroactive MVP awards (27:30) and consider a Patriots weakness that could affect their playoff run (33:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin explain why Cam Newton and Andrew Luck had better be on the field in Week 1 (37:00) and why the Broncos might be in big trouble (41:00).

33 Preseason Questions — Steelers B’s Buzz, Gronks at Every Position, and Green Bay’s Bargain (Ep. 127)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue their 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening day, including why Big Ben could be in for his biggest season (3:30), and how a healthy Honey Badger will have the Cards flying high (7:25). Then, the guys fantasize about a trade that could make the Jaguars a playoff contender (11:30), having a beer with Blake Bortles (20:50), and which player could play the most positions in an NFL game (23:50). Finally, Robert and Kevin discuss how the Falcons and Packers stole some key pieces for their playoff chases (35:20).

‘GM Street’ — Blue Chips: Offensive Position Rankings (Ep. 126)  

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier continue Lombardi's tradition of identifying the blue-chip players at each offensive position, including quarterbacks (04:00), running backs (09:30), tight ends (16:15) and offensive linemen, heading into the 2017 NFL season (20:00).

33 Preseason Questions - The Belichick Boost, Broncos May Bust, and Giants Leap Backwards (Ep. 125)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue their 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening day and discuss which teams could win the Super Bowl if Bill Belichick was their coach (02:30). Then, the guys talk about why a pair of AFC West teams could be in for the season from hell (09:45), and they welcome Ringer FC host and long suffering Jets fan, Ryan O’Hanlon for a special guest question (17:30). Finally, Robert and Kevin explain how the Giants O-line may prevent Beckham and Marshall from shining (28:00), and why the Raiders may be vulnerable on defense this season (29:30).

‘GM Street’ — The Suspension, the Trades, and the (Preseason) Games (Ep. 124)  

The Ringer’s Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier discuss the suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott (02:00), the Buffalo Bills trading Sammy Watkins to the Los Angeles Rams (12:30), and standouts of the preseason so far (19:00).

33 Preseason Questions: Don’t Draft Bell, McCoy's Downshift, and RedZone MVPs (Ep. 123)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark continue their 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night with some fantasy-draft advice, including someone on the Browns that can win you your league (04:15), how the Patriots finally have a reliable fantasy running back (07:30), and why you shouldn’t draft Le’Veon Bell early this year (10:15). Then, the guys weigh David Johnson vs. Zeke Elliott for first overall pick (18:15) and discuss why LeSean McCoy could be in for a down year (29:00). Finally, Robert and Kevin pick their RedZone channel MVPs and highlight some rookies that should find the end zone all season long (33:30).

33 Preseason Questions: Cutler Mopes to Miami, Cam’s Comeback, and 2017’s Best Division (Ep. 122)  

The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark tackle four more of their 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night, including how the Dolphins just gave the Titans a playoff spot (3:45) and which division you shouldn’t take your eyes off of this season (14:20). Then the guys discuss why David Johnson is the perfect NFL player (25:40) and how Cam Newton’s supporting cast makes the Panthers contenders again (27:40). Finally, Robert and Kevin point out some quarterbacks you need to start paying attention to (33:30), including DeShone Kizer, who could be the next great NFL leader (37:40).

33 Preseason Questions: Dak Loves Train, Breakout Rookies, and First QBs Benched (Ep. 121)  

The Ringer's Robert Mays and Kevin Clark dive into the first three of their 33 Preseason Questions leading up to opening night, including which starting QBs will be hitting the pine first (05:00) and who will be this year's breakout rookies (16:45). Then, 'Watch' host and Eagles fan Chris Ryan joins the show to celebrate Wentzapalooza (28:00) and examine the song preferences of NFC East starting QBs (36:00). Finally, Robert and Kevin discuss which training camp battles matter (38:45), including one that will decide the fate of Russell Wilson (43:00).

‘GM Street’ — QB Troubles, a Giant Contract, and Cowboy Coaching (Ep. 120)  

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi and Tate Frazier huddle up to discuss the quarterback situation in Baltimore (02:15), how Gisele Bündchen's offseason comments on concussions could affect Tom Brady this season (09:30), Odell Beckham Jr.'s upcoming payday (16:45), Christian McCaffrey's performance at camp (22:00), the Cardinals signing Tramon Williams (25:00), Rob Ninkovich's retirement (26:30), and Jason Garrett's not-so-subliminal message for Ezekiel Elliott (30:00).

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