Latest Houston Interviews
Color analyst Spencer Tillman joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss a wide range of football topics. They started out talking about Kenny Hill and A&M’s performance last Thursday. Tillman discussed which teams with a poor week one performance have the most to be worried about this season. He talked about the importance of having a good quarterback for any college football team. Tillman also spoke about the different way he has seen O’Brien approaching his head coaching position so far. He says that the Texans offense just may take a while to get things together but he doesn’t foresee any problem for the defense. Tillman believes Texans will win this first game and will be a force to be reckoned with this season.
Redskins play by play voice Larry Michael joined the triple threat.
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about Jerry Jones not putting Jimmy Johnson in the Cowboys Ring of Fame, his thoughts on Jimmy Johnson and how all NFL players are very sensitive people.
Paul Bessire of Predictionmachine.com joined Mad Radio and they talked about the prediction machines results for the Texans-Redskins game as they simulate the game 50,000 times.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com joins ‘In The Loop’ for Football Friday.
Albert Breer from NFL Network joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Ryan Mallett trade, what is the right formula to find the right quarterback, what is the number one trait Bill O’Brien looks for in a QB and how the Seahawks found the right QB.
Brett Kollmann of Battle Red Blog joined Mad Radio and they discussed the Ryan Mallett trade, why his trade value was so low, his performance in the preseason and is he a future NFL star QB?
Former Texan and Bronco Joel Dreessen joined The Triple Threat to talk about facing JJ Watt.
Andy Gresh from 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston joined Mad Radio and they discussed the Texans picking up Ryan Mallett, does he have the right stuff to be a starting quarterback in the NFL, can Bill O’Brien help Mallett and what the reaction to the trade in Boston was.