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Rich will mix football analysis with pop culture, humor, and interviews with the biggest names in sports and entertainment. The nationally syndicated radio and TV talk show airs Monday-Friday, Noon-3PM Eastern / 9AM-Noon Pacific, on 125+ radio stations (starting Nov 3rd), DIRECTV's Audience channel 239, and three ROOT Sports regional sports networks (NW, Denver, Pittsburgh). It is also available digitally on the NFL Now mobile platform. Said Eisen, "After all these years of seeing TV add 10 pounds, I'm hoping phones and tablets will only add 5."

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Rich will mix football analysis with pop culture, humor, and interviews with the biggest names in sports and entertainment. The nationally syndicated radio and TV talk show airs Monday-Friday, Noon-3PM Eastern / 9AM-Noon Pacific, on 125+ radio stations (starting Nov 3rd), DIRECTV's Audience channel 239, and three ROOT Sports regional sports networks (NW, Denver, Pittsburgh). It is also available digitally on the NFL Now mobile platform. Said Eisen, "After all these years of seeing TV add 10 pounds, I'm hoping phones and tablets will only add 5."

    REShow: Travis Kelce and Patton Oswalt. Hour 3 (10-21-20)

    REShow: Travis Kelce and Patton Oswalt. Hour 3 (10-21-20)

    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Rich talk Patrick Mahomes, Le’Veon Bell joining the team and how he’ll share duties in the backfield with rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire, why he loves blocking as much as catching passes, how Tua Tagovailoa taking over for Ryan Fitzpatrick compares to Mahomes taking over for Alex Smith, why playing in Denver always presents an extra challenge, and which NFL TE will have bragging rights after Week 7 (2:26). Actor/Comedian Patton Oswalt and Rich discuss the perils of parental parking duty at their kids’ pre-school, how he’s spent his time during the covid quarantine, and his new virtual comedy special that will air live from his kitchen (20:03). Rich and the guys wrap up the hour with the latest from the NFL including reaction to the Cowboys’ locker room sniping, Le’Veon Bell’s arrival in Kansas City, and their reaction to Ryan Fitzpatrick’s emotional response to being benched for Tua Tagovailoa (36:41).   
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    REShow: Kyle Brandt. Hour 2 (10-21-20)

    REShow: Kyle Brandt. Hour 2 (10-21-20)

    Rich kicks off the hour rebutting all those critics (and there are many) who say Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence should avoid the Jets at all costs (3:46). Rich and the guys discuss which Tom Cruise movie from the 80’s is his best, and what happened when Rich’s kids watched The Karate Kid for the first time (14:38). Good Morning Football’s Kyle Brandt and Rich break down some oddities in The Karate Kid, the Dolphins naming Tua Tagovailoa their starting QB, how to fix the 2-4 Cowboys, the top storylines heading into NFL Week 7, and which is the best 80’s Tom Cruise movie (23:16).   
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    REShow: Cris Carter. Hour 1 (10-21-20)

    REShow: Cris Carter. Hour 1 (10-21-20)

    Rich and Brockman recap Mookie Betts’ big night and the Dodgers impressive Game 1 World Series win over the Tampa Bay Rays (1:12). Rich reacts to the news that the Dolphins have officially named Tua Tagovailoa their starting quarterback (11:56). Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter and Rich discuss why the Vikings have stumbled out of the gate with a 1-4 start, how much Kirk Cousins is to blame, why rookie WR Justin Jefferson reminds him of Isaac Bruce, why the Dolphins made the right move making Tua Tagovailoa their starting QB, and what it was like visiting the George Floyd memorial with his daughter (22:00). Rich wraps up the hour with a great story involving Marshall Faulk, Mean Joe Greene, and some ill-timed trash talking (43:10).   
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    REShow: Joel McHale and Jane Slater. Hour 3 (10-20-20)

    REShow: Joel McHale and Jane Slater. Hour 3 (10-20-20)

    The guys have more reaction to Tua Tagovailoa being named the Dolphins starter, and Le’veon Bells possible negative impact on the Chiefs team chemistry (2:17). Brockman runs through the latest news and notes from the world of sports including anonymous quotes from Cowboys players ripping Mike McCarthy’s coaching staff, assorted NFL injuries and trade rumors (6:15). Actor/comedian Joel McHale and Rich talk the new season of ABC’s ‘Card Sharks’ and their love of classic 1970’s episodes of ‘Match Game,’ along with a deep dive on his beloved Seattle Seahawks, and a frank discussion about ‘The Masked Singer’ and when it would be appropriate (if ever) to introduce Rich’s kids to a naked Ken Jeong in ‘The Hangover’ (21:03). NFL Network reporter Jane Slater wraps up the hour expanding on her report of developing turmoil between Cowboys players and coaches in the wake of their 2-4 start (39:12).
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    REShow: Tony Dungy. Hour 2 (10-20-20)

    REShow: Tony Dungy. Hour 2 (10-20-20)

    NBC Sports analyst and Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy and Rich discuss the Dolphins naming Tua Tagovailoa their starting QB, how the Cowboys can bounce back after their “unacceptable” blowout loss to the Cardinals, if Tom Brady and the Buccaneers have solved their issues, and if the 5-1 Bears are for real (2:01). In his weekly ‘4 Downs’ segment, Rich weighs in on the NFL’s hottest topics including the Dolphins chances to win the AFC East, if the Pats are as bad as they looked against the Broncos, why the Packers will be just fine after getting trounced by the Bucs, and if the 1-5 Falcons could actually make the playoffs (30:55). Rich wraps up the hour explaining, in no uncertain terms, why Ezekiel Elliott needs to step up for the Cowboys in the wake of Dak Prescott’s season-ending injury (48:28).   
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    REShow: Dick Vitale. Hour 1 (10-20-20)

    REShow: Dick Vitale. Hour 1 (10-20-20)

    Rich kicks off the hour breaking down the Cowboys embarrassing loss to the Cardinals on Monday Night Football (3:10). Rich also weighs in on the Miami Dolphins naming Tua Tagovailoa their starting QB despite a decent record and solid play from incumbent starter Ryan Fitzpatrick (24:29). Legendary ESPN basketball analyst Dick Vitale joins the show to tout his beloved Rays in the World Series against the Dodgers, why it’s a great time to be a Tampa sports fan, and how he saw the cancelled NCAA tournament playing out this season (39:03).   
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