On Thursday, we had our first “Murphy’s Law” episode of PFT Live, including a power outage that limited my prep time, an Internet outage, a last-minute scramble to get the closed-circuit live feed up and running, a monitor that wasn’t displaying images of the show and the graphics, the first no-show from a guest, and the curious failure of Sam Francisco in San Francisco to place a call for the weekly open phones segment.
Other than that, things went without a hitch. (And, frankly, Matt Casey and crew did an excellent job holding everything together, and also coaxing me to abandon the fetal position I had assumed on the floor of the PFT Live studio.)
On Friday, we’ll wrap the week with a look at the Texans “worst moments,” which will be hard to identify since they technically are undefeated in the postseason. But do your best to identify the worst moments in the comments.
We’ll also be joined Friday by Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert and NFL Coaches Association executive director Larry Kennan.
Make sure you join us, because it will be the last full-blown edition of PFT Live for several weeks. Next week, we’ll be shutting down completely as the NBC Sports Group gathers its assets for coverage of the U.S. Open. The following two weeks, as NBC Sports blankets Wimbledon, we’ll return with taped segments, including a daily installment of the “worst moments” series and other takes and interviews as events warrant.