The first episode of PFT Live, in three chunks

You can watch today’s episode of ProFootballTalk Live all at once by clicking the link at the top of the page.  Or you can watch one or more of the three segments of our first show.

In segment one, we took a look at Black Monday, which ended up being no big deal for most of the coaches on the hot seat.  Segment two featured an interview with new Vikings coach Leslie Frazier, the first guest in show history.  Finally, we visited with Patriots tight end Alge Crumpler, a former Pro Bowler turned run-blocker who is quietly having a big impact on the team that owns the top seed in the AFC playoffs.

We’ll be back tomorrow at noon ET with an interview of Roger Goodell.  Former Bucs and Colts coach Tony Dungy will join us as well.

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11 responses to “The first episode of PFT Live, in three chunks

  1. I dug it. Good job sir. Make sure you take care of the board operator. He’s your new best friend

  2. Congratulations on your debut! Very enjoyable!

    Agree that video not really necessary/does not add that much. I think it would be outstanding to have a 30 min daily podcast – easier to access/more portable.

    Again, really enjoyable, looking forward to Day 2.

  3. Had two posts vaporize upon submission.
    Don’t have any clue why.

    BB doesn’t say much, right?
    He will say he thinks Brady has been a good QB for NE, etc.

    As for Cumpler, Belichick said: “Alge’s made a great contribution to this team all year. I think the fact that he’s one of our captains with this being his first year on the team really is a testament to the amount of respect that he has from his peers and his teammates.

    “He’s a hard-working guy. He’s really smart. He understands the game. He knows what’s important. He’s very team oriented. He’s totally focused on winning and he’s not about his personal achievements. It’s about whatever he can do and whatever we need to do as a team to win, he’s right at the front of the line on doing those things.

    “I think his personal rewards come in the final score and the team record. He contributes in a lot of ways from Monday through Saturday and then on gameday, whatever his role is, whether it’s blocking, pass protection, or have an opportunity to handle the ball…he just does a lot of things for us that are important for the team.”

  4. I’ve had a few of my posts sent to cyberspace. Probably doing laps around the moon.

    The moment a person forms a theory; his imagination sees in every object, only the traits which favor that theory.
    Thomas Jefferson

    Don’t step outside the box,,,, or it’s laps for you….

  5. Why are we watching you talk into a mic? Why not just do a podcast? You need another person to be talking to/with. Bring back Brocato! Best part was the banter back and forth between you two. Funny thing is, as far as content is concerned, your not saying anything we don’t already know.
    Still don’t see how you keep this up in the off-season, especially if there is a lock out.

    Why don’t you have a show where you take calls from all us disgruntled commentors?
    You don’t come from a football background and neither do we, don’t see why you get to have all the fun.

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