Mike Florio responds to the quarterback questions surrounding the Washington Redskins and predicts who he thinks will be under center against the Dallas Cowboys.
Former NFL athletic trainer Mike Ryan joins PFT to discuss Jamaal Charles‘ decision to avoid the concussion protocol after taking a big hit against the Chargers.
Bears coach Marc Trestman says players deserve the right to speak their mind and this makes CSN Chicago’s John Mullin believe we’ll see plenty more Brandon Marshall outbursts in the future.
Mike Florio unveils his latest hot seat list, which features an even mix of head coaches and general managers.
The Bears disappointed on the field against the Dolphins last Sunday and then vented their frustrations in the locker room to touch off a few days of discussion about well the ship is being steered by coach Marc Trestman in his second season.
John Mullin of CSN Chicago will join Mike Florio on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss what’s going on in Chicago right now. They’ll discuss wide receiver Brandon Marshall’s comments, the play of quarterback Jay Cutler and the ongoing search for defensive answers during Mullin’s visit to the program.
Florio will then take his weekly look at which of the league’s coaches are starting to feel uncomfortable about their job security. Will Trestman be on that list? There’s only one way to find out.
That’s by joining us when things get underway at noon ET. You can watch it all happen live by clicking right here.
The PFT crew dissects Mike Florio’s latest power rankings, which has Dallas in the top spot. They also discuss what they would expect to see in a matchup between the Cowboys and the Broncos.
The PFT crew, joined by Tony Dungy, discusses where Percy Harvin’s departure leaves the Seahawks, how he will fit into the Jets’ locker room and what his skill set will do for New York’s offense.
Saints’ RB Pierre Thomas left in Week 7 against the Lions with a shoulder injury and didn’t return. The initial report says he’ll be out two or three weeks, but Mike Florio isn’t so sure.
Mike Florio examines Jason Garrett’s performance as the Cowboys head coach this year, saying that he doesn’t think he’s seen a better performance by a coach in the final year of his contract.
Mike Florio discusses the discretion used by the Seattle Seahawks in the Percy Harvin trade and what they might have gotten had they opened up discussions and reached out to more teams.
Mike Florio is joined by Sam Farmer of the LA Times to examine the possibility of an NFL franchise moving to the City of Angels. Farmer says the NFL sent a survey to the greater LA area to test the market.
Rich Tandler of CSN Washington will join Mike Florio on Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live to discuss the revolving door at quarterback and when Griffin will be able to walk back through it. They’ll also discuss whether the team should start their preferred quarterback or keep him on the bench until the second quarter given the fact that the Redskins have only won games this season when they’ve replaced their starting quarterback.
Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times will also be on the show to talk with Florio about the latest developments regarding a team finding its way to the City of Angels.
It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.
While Percy Harvin is in good spirits after being with the Jets for a few days, Mike Florio explains why he might not turn the offense around right away.
No one could’ve predicted it to begin the season, but Brian Hoyer is excelling for the Browns on deep passes of 20 yards or more and the PFT crew debates if Cleveland can follow up their big Week 6 win vs. Pittsburgh with an easier test at Jacksonville.