The 30 for 30 film Rand University about Randy Moss fuels Mike’s thought’s on legalizing marijuana.
Andrew Siciliano of the NFL Network joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Cleveland Browns, fan loyalty, his thoughts on Ryan Mallett starting his first game as well as why no one has been fired in Chicago.
Houston Texans Center Chris Myers joined Mad Radio and they talked about Ryan Mallett starting for the first time Sunday, the play of the offensive line so far for Houston, the need to start fast on offense and his thoughts on the Miami/Florida State game on Saturday.
Former Houston Texan Phillip Buchanon joined Mad Radio and they talked about life after football, what players can do to help themselves for their lives after their playing days are over as well as his new occupation as an author and his take on the University of Miami program right now.
Cleveland Browns cornerback Justin Gilbert joined Mad Radio and they discussed going up against Andre Johnson, how the Cleveland fan base is behind them, has the Manziel hype come down now, how Brian Hoyer is bringing the team together and his thoughts on the Big 12 high tempo offenses.
Mike takes offense to the Texans not allowing player introductions before the game.
Mike says the testimonies of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome concerning Ray Rice contradict each other.
Paul Bessire of PredictionMachine.com joined Mad Radio and talked college picks and Ryan Mallett’s effect on the Texans’ playoff chances.
Michael Irvin joined Mike and Seth on MaD radio and said he sympathized with Andre Johnson’s frustration with the Texans.
New Houston Astros Manager AJ Hinch joined Mad Radio and they talked about what appealed to him about the Astros, how the young players like Mark Appel are doing in winter ball, the importance of chemistry in the clubhouse, the strengths and weaknesses of the team and who will start in center field.