The 49ers hiring of John Lynch as their new GM is certainly a curious one, which harkens back to the Lions hiring of Matt Millen (which ended in disaster). John buys Danny's theory that Mike Shanahan (not Kyle) will have serious control over player personnel. Also, the way Richard Sherman played in the Pro Bowl, may actually help the Seahawks in their punishment for not reporting his injury.
What would it mean for these Patriots players to win a championship after Tom Brady's suspension at the beginning of the year? And will the NFL take similar action against the Steelers for not reporting Le'Veon Bell's injury as they might take against the Seahawks for Richard Sherman's injury? It's a tricky situation and that the professor breaks down. Plus, he looks at continuing personnel changes around the NFL and much more.
"The Professor" joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk about the future of Kirk Cousins and Andrew Luck, as well as what he thinks of the Seattle Mariners in 2017, the loss of a Seahawks' assistant coach, and more.
John Clayton talks about the difference between Richard Sherman's knee injury and Le'Veon Bell's groin problem, and how both of their teams' lack of disclosure could have different implications. Then, who has a spot in the next Hall of Fame class?
"The Professor" John Clayton joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk about whether the 49ers are making the correct decision in waiting for Kyle Shanahan, if Deshaun Watson will go first overall, whether he should be at the Senior Bowl, what the remaining General Manager vacancies look like, and more.
The Professor shares his insights from attending the AFC championship game, including how big Chris Hogan came up for the Pats on Sunday. Doug Baldwin is headed to the Pro Bowl, and although the Packers came up short, Jordy Nelson was quite courageous just to suit up against the Falcons.
What would it look like to have the most explosive running back in the league plus the two best wide receivers in the Superbowl? If the Steelers and the Falcons advance that's what we'd be looking at, and the professor gives us his take on Johnny Manziel's desire to return to the NFL.
"The Professor" John Clayton joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk about the Seahawks and the potential lost second round pick, the NFL and the Raiders potential move to Las Vegas, and more.
John Clayton joins Danny, Dave and Moore to discuss the coaching changes in San Francisco, the remaining four teams in the NFL playoffs and what free agents the Seahawks should hold on to.
John Clayton joins Danny and Dave and discusses San Francisco's head coaching vacancy, the future of former Seahawks' defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, and what the Seahawks will do with Jimmy Graham and the offensive line and more.
John Clayton, "The Professor", joins Danny and Dave to break down the end of the Seahawks season, plus who is his current favorite to win the Super Bowl.
John Clayton joins the show to talk about the new coaching hire in Los Angeles as Sean McVay (who's only 30) is named their head coach. Plus, the Chargers move to LA as well, will play in a soccer stadium and may be less of a draw than the Rams.
The Professor takes a long look at the Atlanta/Seattle matchup this weekend and what he expects out of MVP candidate Matt Ryan. Plus a look at who will land the coaching jobs around the league.
John Clayton joins the show to talk about everything around the NFL heading into the divisional playoff games. The Professor talks about different injuries around the league and how those will factor into the match ups this weekend and beyond, including C.J. Prosise's continued progress towards returning from his shoulder problem.
John Clayton talks wild card weekend and what the playoff scenarios are. Do any road teams have a chance to win this weekend? John thinks the Seahawks will beat Detroit, but probably won't cover the 8-point spread.
John Clayton talked to newest Seahawk Devin Hester and he weighs in on what he thinks his impact could be in the return game. Also, opposing offenses put up an all-time record by completing 72.7 percent of their passes against the Detroit Lions defense, should the Seahawks focus more on their passing attack?
John Clayton gives his thoughts on the Lions and why there was a question as to whether or not their head coach Jim Caldwell would be back last season after making the playoffs. Plus John fills us in on who the head coaching candidates are and which teams might hire them.