Commentators have a lot of air time to fill. And sometimes they say something stupid.
It seems that over the years Jon Gruden has toned things down on the Monday Night Football broadcasts. Had the network gotten to him and asked him to rein it in? Rich was messing around on the web and stubbled upon some Gruden gold.
Gresh & Zo’s ‘No Huddle’ chronicles the major NFL headlines heading into Week 8. In this edition they recap Thursday night’s game between the Panthers and Tampa Bay, the Rams contacting Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers and former teammate Greg Jennings matching up for the first time and a Nick Saban rant.
Gresh & Zo’s ‘No Huddle’ chronicles the major NFL headlines heading into Week 6.
The NFL Draft kicks off on Thursday, April 25th and there is a whole new crop of players available. So who better to sit down with them? None other than Jon Gruden.
Bert Breer of the NFL Network joined Toucher & Rich to discuss Tim Brown’s claims that head coach Bill Callahan threw Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, Tom Brady’s slide into Ed Reed and Wes Welker’s possible future with the Patriots.
The 9-3 Patriots host the 11-1 Houston Texans on Monday Night Football and Jon Gruden, our favorite color analyst, will be up in the booth. T&R played some of the best Gruden clips from over the years to get you ready for the game.
Jon Gruden is getting into the Christmas song game.
The San Fransisco 49ers beat up on the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football 24-3. This was Arizona’s fourth straight after opening the season 4-0. As always our favorite color guy Jon Gruden was up in the booth.
The Chicago Bear held the Detroit Lions to just a single touchdown in their 13-7 win on Monday Night Football and of course Jon Gruden was up in the booth as always.