Longtime friends and journalists Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss the latest across sports, culture, entertainment, and politics.
"Legacies are forged in the postseason"
Michael Smith and Michael Holley debate how another playoff loss could impact Aaron Rodgers' legacy. They also discuss whether Tom Brady would retire without another Lombardi trophy.
"If you have red paint, paint the barn red"
(00:00) Holley and Smith sift through the issues surrounding the Lakers and the contentious relationship between Frank Vogel and Russell Westbrook
(21:00) When Tomlin speaks, we listen ... then a discussion on viability of Jim Harbaugh's return to the NFL
(00:00) Holley and Smith give props to the Rams dominating the Cardinals and Matt Stafford winning a playoff game
(24:00) On the flip side the brothers address the Cardinals season collapse and speculate on Kliff Kingsbury's culpability
"Where were you when I needed you last winter"
(00:00) Classic McCarthyism: Holley and Smith dissect the Cowboys devastating loss on the final play of the game
(18:20) Michael Holley starts beef with the Bills Mafia then the brothers speculate on how far the Bills can go with Allen at the helm after trouncing the Patriots
"Don't tell me it takes all of us"
(00:00) Holley and Smith talk Nets victory over the Bulls, Kyrie Irving's half return and implications of Kyrie's vaccine status
(25:00) The brothers take issue with David Culley being relieved as head coach of the Texans leaving only one black coach left in the NFL
Michael Smith and Michael Holley discuss the firing of Joe Judge and why Brian Flores would be a perfect fit as the Giants' next head coach.