NFL Veteran Troy Brown joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about his experiences in the NFL. Brown talked about his time spent with Bill O’Brien the new Texans Head Coach. He gave insight to the situation where O’Brien got into it with Tom Brady while he was involved with the Patriots and gave a look into the type of guy that O’Brien is. Brown credits O’Brien with a great attention to detail and smaller details than other coaches. He also says changing the current Texans mentality may be O’Brien’s biggest challenge in inheriting the team.
Mike Evans, 104.3 The Fan in Denver, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Broncos facing the Texans this Sunday. He discussed the struggles the Broncos and Peyton Manning have been facing. Evans talked about how the Broncos offense has really been carrying the defense and probably will have to continue to do so.
ESPN’s Mike Wells joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Colts facing the Texans this Sunday. He discussed the large impact Reggie Wayne’s absence from the field has made to the Colts this season. Wells commented on the open Texans head coach position and said he didn’t see the Colt’s Offensive Coordinator becoming a head coach here. His thoughts on who will win out in this game.
Kerry Byrne, Cold Hard Football Facts, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss why he names the Texans as the dumbest team in football. He discussed how coaching impacts how smart or dumb a team is rated. Byrne speculated who might step up as the next head coach for the Texans. On the bright side Byrne says the Texans have the hottest cheerleaders.
Corey Chavous, draftnasty.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about the Texans possibly getting a first round draft pick. He talked about possible outlooks for guys like Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater, and more. He talked about whether the Texans should go for a quarterback or look to fill some other need for the team. Chavous also talked a bit about the Texans situation with the firing of Kubiak and how to move forward with picking a new head coach.
Ian Rapoport joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss Gary Kubiak’s firing. He discussed why Kubiak would be fired now as opposed to the end of the season. Rapoport discussed who might fit as the next head coach for the Texans. He thinks there is no chance Nick Saban will take the job. There is no doubt in his mind that the Texans head coaching job is a very attractive position to a lot of people.
Leigh Steinberg, inspiration for Jerry Maguire, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss his illustrious career. He talked about how he got a bit off track after having a lot of success fast with alcohol. Steinberg is working his way back now sober. He talked about what role the sports agent should play in the lives of athletes. Also, he discussed how Jerry Maguire came to be based off of him. They also discussed health issues for athletes in football as the league moves forward.
Forget firing Gary Kubiak. Let’s embrace his mediocrity the next five games.
Ted Johnson won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots and every week he’ll give us his takeaways from the week that was. Now you can hear him on the “Fred & Ted Show” on SportsRadio 610
Why is Fred Davis so influential that he is inspiring rappers to get tattoos? That is a question me may never find out.