Today on Mad Radio: Today on Mad Radio: A wild national championship game, the Astros are still aggressive, an update on the Texans GM search, TrainWreck Tuesday, fan heartbreak and more.
Today on Mad Radio: Did the Texans have a hand in bringing drama to the best dynasty in NFL history? Steve Byrne, Michael Lombardi and Wade Smith join the show, lessons from the Duane Brown era ending in 2017, Stuff Landry Likes, NFL drinking game and bingo, Worst Take of The Week and more.
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Today on Mad Radio: Was the Titans 2017 season really a disappointment? New fan favorites, searching for a folk replacement, the requirements for the Texans next GM, replacing Gruden’s QB Camp, Marc Vandermeer begins his weekly visit, Worst Take nominees and more.
Today on Mad Radio: The guys return to the airwaves to discuss the latest on Rick Smith and the Texans organizational structure, the strange interest in Mike Vrabel around the league, the college football playoff and more.
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers General Manager and current Sirius XM NFL Radio host Mark Dominik joins Mad Radio to talk about the process that general managers go though in the off season, the draft process, and is there a rift between Bill O’Brien and Rick Smith that can not be fixed?
On The Best Of Mad Radio for Friday: Fred Davis and Henry Thomas list the players who should be gone from the Texans after this season
On the Best of Mad Radio for Thursday: They Are What We Thought They Were with Fred Davis and Henry Thomas
Former University of Oklahoma Sooners and Chicago Bears Nose Tackle Dusty Dvoracek joins Mad Radio to talk about The Texas Bowl matchup between Texas and Missouri, the importance of this game for Tom Herman, surprising start for Tom, and is Baker Mayfield the best player at Oklahoma ever?
On The Best of Mad Radio for Wednesday: The top five plays for the Houston Texans in the 2017 season