Shaun King of Yahoo Sports joined Mad Radio and they discussed the quarterback change for the Texans, what will be the deciding factors from Mallett’s performance that could lead to a contract extension, a scouting report on the top quarterbacks in college football and Greg Schiano’s future.
Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports joined Mad Radio and they talked about Texans General Manager Rick Smith’s future, Ryan Mallett taking the reigns for the Texans, the major problems for the Jets and the future of Adrian Peterson.
Ross Tucker joined Mad Radio and they discussed the Texans change at quarterback replacing Ryan Fitzpatrick with Ryan Mallett as well as his thoughts on Jadeveon Clowney not being out there on the field.
Former NFL Star Simeon Rice joined Mad Radio and they talked about his new movie Unsullied, his thoughts on Clowney and his hard time getting on the field as well as his thoughts on his chances getting into the Hall of Fame.
Head basketball coach at the University of Houston Kelvin Sampson joined Mad Radio and they talked about how James Harden and Patrick Beverley worked out with his players in the off season, how his squad is looking heading into the season, what to expect out of their conference and what the addition of Trevor Ariza has meant to the Rockets.
Is there better ways to determine if the football crosses the first down plane like in the Texans-Eagles game and there were soo questionable calls as well.
Michael Irvin joined Mad Radio and they talked about the horrible night by Cam Newton and what he needs to improve on, the Seattle Seahawks and how hard it is to repeat as champions and his thoughts on Jerry Jones on the sidelines during the game.
Mike explains this different stat created by Brian Billick that includes explosive plays for and against.
Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin joined Mad Radio and they talked about coming back to Houston for the first time, his role in the lettermen jacket idea, his thoughts on Arian Foster, Nick Foles and his role in the Eagles defense.
Will Case Keenum last any longer in the NFL?