The JMRA Football Podcast is a journey into football's present and its glorious past. Hosted by Derek Jones, this podcast focuses on the NFL with some history lessons thrown in.
Who Can Win Super Bowl LVII?
The JMRA Football Podcast is back...and lord has a lot happened. Tom Brady retired, then un-retired...Rob Gronkowski retired...Aaron Rodgers returned to Green Bay but only to see his favorite receiver bail for Las Vegas. Tyreek Hill is on the move and of course, Deshaun Watson and the Cleveland Browns combine for the most controversial contract in NFL history.
Plus, find out who is ready right now to win Super Bowl LVII...and who is not. It may surprise you...
The Rams Win Super Bowl LVI...And The Bengals Drop The Bag
The JMRA Football Podcast breaks down a breakdown...or five by the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI as the Rams take home the hardware. Plus, is Matthew Stafford a Hall of Famer? Will the Bengals return to the big game in short order? All of this and more...
A Simple Super Bowl LVI Preview
Rams. Bengals. Joey Brrr...Joe Burrow...etc. Super Bowl LVI comes down to one simple concept...a new pod takes a look.
Championship Game Review: The Unlikely Bengals/Rams Super Bowl...And What Happened To The Chiefs
The JMRA Football Podcast recaps the AFC & NFC Championship Games. How did the Bengals stun the Chiefs? What happened to Patrick Mahomes....and why do you the listener deserve an apology. Meanwhile, the 49ers cough up a Super Bowl appearance to the Rams.
Tom Brady retires, Brian Flores sues the NFL, and more...
Conference Championship Weekend Is Here; Tom Brady Retires...Until He Doesn't
Bengals/Chiefs and 49ers/Rams decide who will go to Super Bowl LVI. But...the big story? Tom Brady is set to retire...or is he?
Greatest Divisional Round Ever: Chiefs Outlast Bills; Rams, 49ers Send Home Brady & Rodgers
Championship Weekend is set! The new JMRA Football Podcast covers the incredible weekend that saw the Chiefs defeat the Bills in one of the great playoff games of all-time.
The magic ran out in Tampa as the Rams sent Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champion Bucs home. Elsewhere, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers lay another postseason egg against the 49ers; and the Bengals knock out the AFC's top seed.