Willie Colon returns for another PFT Live

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Despite the fact that he took specific glee in the fact that I learned during Wednesday’s show that Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has blocked us on Twitter, former Steelers and Jets offensive lineman Willie Colon has been invited return to the studio for another two hours of PFT Live on Thursday.

We’ll focus on the news of the day (and there’s news every day), with explanation and analysis of everything you need to know about the National Football League, plus whatever else we feel like talking about. We’ll also chat with Drew Magary of Deadspin.com regarding his recent item on the lingering unemployment of Colin Kaepernick.

And we’ll present our thoughts (plus share yours) on this question of the day: Which is more impressive, the Golden State Warriors potentially going 16-0 in the 2016-17 playoffs or the Patriots going 16-0 in the 2007 regular season?

Answer the poll question, and share your reasoning in the comments.

Tune in to NBC Sports Radio at 6:00 a.m. ET, and then slide with us over to NBCSN at 7:00 a.m. ET for the simulcast.

8 responses to “Willie Colon returns for another PFT Live

  1. What the Warriors have done is impressive, and historic. But the NFL is tough to win one game, let alone all of them. The difference between the best and worst teams is not that great.
    In the NBA you only need three players. And in the NFL, you really can’t stack the deck like the Warriors have.
    Warriors have today’s equivalent of Magic, Bird, and Jordan.

  2. sorry but with that roster – going 16-0 in the playoffs is not that impressive

    i cant STAND the Pats, but 16-0 is impressive in the NFL especially when EVERY team in the league cant WAIT to play you and try to beat you

  3. kane337 says:

    The Dolphins going 17-0 is the most impressive
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    While going 17-0 is very impressive and no one can take that away from you, it happened years and years ago when the season was shorter than it is today. The Patriots already beat that by going 18-0 the year they lost in the Super Bowl. So, while it’s not exactly the same thing, the Patriots outlasted the Dolphins in longevity.

  4. grogansheroes says:
    Jun 8, 2017 6:25 AM
    In the NBA you only need three players. And in the NFL, you really can’t stack the deck like the Warriors have.
    Warriors have today’s equivalent of Magic, Bird, and Jordan.
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    Curry and Durant are all-world (so are James and Irving), but who is this third player on the Warriors that you equate to Magic, Bird, or Jordan?

  5. While going 17-0 is very impressive and no one can take that away from you, it happened years and years ago when the season was shorter than it is today. The Patriots already beat that by going 18-0 the year they lost in the Super Bowl. So, while it’s not exactly the same thing, the Patriots outlasted the Dolphins in longevity.
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    *18-1

  6. I’m a Pats fan but going 16-0 in the playoffs is much more impressive. The Pats played some bad non-playoff teams while the Warriors only played playoff teams.

  7. “While going 17-0 is very impressive and no one can take that away from you, it happened years and years ago when the season was shorter than it is today. The Patriots already beat that by going 18-0 the year they lost in the Super Bowl. So, while it’s not exactly the same thing, the Patriots outlasted the Dolphins in longevity.”

    18-1 with no ring. I consider that a failure. Finish the drill. The Dolphins did.

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