300 episodes

The MMQB suite of podcasts bring you unique, informed and immediate analysis from around the NFL. Whether you’re looking to catch up on Sunday’s football action, take a deep dive into the film or answer some burning NFL questions, The MMQB staff has you covered. With a rotating cast of hosts including Andy Benoit, Albert Breer, Jenny Vrentas, Conor Orr and Gary Gramling, you’ll finish each episode knowing more about football than you ever thought you could.

The MMQB NFL Podcast Sports Illustrated

    • Football
    • 4.4, 490 Ratings

The MMQB suite of podcasts bring you unique, informed and immediate analysis from around the NFL. Whether you’re looking to catch up on Sunday’s football action, take a deep dive into the film or answer some burning NFL questions, The MMQB staff has you covered. With a rotating cast of hosts including Andy Benoit, Albert Breer, Jenny Vrentas, Conor Orr and Gary Gramling, you’ll finish each episode knowing more about football than you ever thought you could.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
490 Ratings

490 Ratings

@drummerlava ,

Very Almost Great

Andy Benoit obviously knows his stuff. His analysis of schemes, coverages & play design is insightful. Especially enjoyable is his recounting of personal conversations he's had with NFL insiders. The podcast would benefit if he had a consistently upbeat, positive approach to all the segments, though. Gary is charmingly goofy.

Caller from NY ,

Shoot your shot

I was skeptical about a podcast during football season that doesn’t do football. When you start off the podcast with basketball you completely lost me. Why do you think this podcast is a good idea?

Robbmcg ,

Concerned about MMQB's changes

MMQB's decision to shuffle the podcast personnel and style has me concerned. The September 9th podcast was little better than "locked on New England" accompanied by an East Coast focus. For me, the show without Andy Benoit's studied analysis does not work very well. On this Monday's show, Conner Orr didn't display any breath of preparation. With his personality, Conner shows potential; however, his overall football knowledge is a work-in-progress. Gary's contributions are solid but seem limited to a few teams. In my opinion, he's best when balanced by Andy.

I'll run through the new series a couple of times - and am very open to changing my opinion. However, I'm looking for a more serious, broad-based analysis of NFL teams rather than a fan styled focus with clever commentary and drifts into non-football subject matter.

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