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The Rich Eisen Show mixes sports analysis with pop culture, humor and interviews. The show attracts the most recognizable names including Tom Brady, Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Regina King, Aaron Rodgers and Morgan Freeman. Now in its sixth year, the Emmy-nominated show originates out of Los Angeles, airing weekdays Noon-3pm ET/9am-Noon PT on SiriusXM and NBC Sports on Peacock TV. As Eisen said, “After all these years of seeing TV add ten pounds, I’m hoping phones and tablets will only add five.” And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen.

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    • 4.3 • 877 Ratings

The Rich Eisen Show mixes sports analysis with pop culture, humor and interviews. The show attracts the most recognizable names including Tom Brady, Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Regina King, Aaron Rodgers and Morgan Freeman. Now in its sixth year, the Emmy-nominated show originates out of Los Angeles, airing weekdays Noon-3pm ET/9am-Noon PT on SiriusXM and NBC Sports on Peacock TV. As Eisen said, “After all these years of seeing TV add ten pounds, I’m hoping phones and tablets will only add five.” And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen.

    REShow: Ed Helms - Hour 3 (01-25-22)

    REShow: Ed Helms - Hour 3 (01-25-22)

    Rich reacts to the breaking news that Sean Payton is stepping away from the Saints after 16 years as New Orleans’ head coach, and breaks down what the Chicago Bears hiring Ryan Pole away from the Kansas City Chiefs as their new GM means for Chicago’s head coaching search and the development of QB Justin Fields.
    Ed Helms and Rich discuss his new Peacock show ‘True Story with Ed and Randall’ he co-hosts with Randall Park including the incredible story about a Steelers fan who once snuck into the Super Bowl and ended up showering with the team after the game, reveals what it was like working with Mike Tyson in the ‘Hangover’ movies and shares some great behind-the-scenes stories from making the comedy classic, and reveals what he had to do while filming ‘The Office’ scenes with Steve Carrell to keep from cracking up on-camera.
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    • 50 min
    REShow: Bomani Jones - Hour 2 (01-25-22)

    REShow: Bomani Jones - Hour 2 (01-25-22)

    Rich recaps the top ten wildest moments from the NFL’s unforgettable Divisional Round games that were not lacking for dramatic moments.  
    ESPN’s Bomani Jones and Rich discuss the importance of quarterback play for NFL teams to get deep in the playoffs as evidenced by Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes and Joe Burrow (but not by Ryan Tannehill), why he’s not terribly impressed with either QB in the NFC Championship Game (the Rams Matthew Stafford and the 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo), the up-in-the-air futures of Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady, and why he wouldn’t mind the NFL going back to the old sudden death rules for overtime games, which leads into a thorough dissection of the NFL’s and College Football’s OT rules and if they should be changed. 
    Rich weighs in on the latest in the MLB labor talks, and presents this week’s ‘Courtyard by Marriott REisen Shine Award’ to Bengals kicker Evan McPherson after the rookie’s called shot field goal to send Cincinnati to the AFC Championship game to face the Kansas City Chiefs.
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    • 50 min
    REShow: Andrew Brandt - Hour 1 (01-25-22)

    REShow: Andrew Brandt - Hour 1 (01-25-22)

    Rich weighs in on the possibility of Tom Brady retiring or returning for another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at age 45 saying he’d be “shocked” if the 7-time Super Bowl champion calls it a career.
     
    The MMQB’s Andrew Brandt tells Rich why he’s predicting the Packers will move on from Aaron Rodgers and go with Jordan Love as their starting QB for the 2022 season, and predicts Green Bay will trade the 3-time NFL MVP before the NFL Draft.
     
    Rich weighs in on the Aaron Rodgers intrigue on whether or not he’ll return to the Packers next season.
     
    TJ re-ignites the firestorm about his penchant for rooting for multiple teams when he tries to give some advice to an 11-year-old caller.
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    • 50 min
    REShow: Rick Stroud - Hour 3 (01-24-22)

    REShow: Rick Stroud - Hour 3 (01-24-22)

    Tampa Bay Times’ Buccaneers Insider Rick Stroud and Rich discuss Tom Brady’s “uncertain” future with the Bucs and if TB12 will return for another season at age 45, what impact Antonio Brown’s very public blowout and departure had on Tampa’s playoff exit at the hands of the Rams, and how the possible departure of Offensive Coordinator Byron Leftwich means for Brady’s decision-making process when determining whether or not to retire. 
      
    Rich rebuts a 49ers fan who’s ready to move on from Jimmy Garoppolo, explains why the embattled Niners QB deserves some kudos despite his many shortcomings but shouldn’t get too used to being San Francisco’s starting QB beyond this season. 
     
    Rich reacts to two curious referee incidents in the NFL Divisional round games where Tom Brady was flagged for Unsportsmanlike Conduct for barking in face of official Sean Hochuli, and the other when Tyreek Hill didn’t draw a taunting flag despite flashing the “V/peace sign” during his long touchdown vs the Bills.
     
    Rich gives props to Matthew Stafford for rewarding the risk the Rams took by trading for the longtime Detroit Lions QB, and comments on Joe Burrow taking the Bengals from laughing stock to the verge of the Super Bowl in just two NFL seasons. 
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    • 50 min
    REShow: Hour 2 (01-24-22)

    REShow: Hour 2 (01-24-22)

    Rich reflects on Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen and explains why Bills Mafia should feel confident for the next decade despite being bounced from the playoffs in back-to-back years by the Kansas City Chiefs, and weighs in on the big debate: should the NFL change its overtime rules to give both teams at least one offensive possession in OT after Josh Allen watched from the bench as Patrick Mahomes marched KC down the field for a game-winning touchdown.   

    Rich and the guys debate if they’d rather see their favorite team lose a big game in a blowout or in heartbreaking fashion.

    In his ‘Overreaction Monday’ segment Rich says why this was the greatest weekend of football EVER, if Tom Brady will retire or come back to play at age 45, if Aaron Rodgers will surprise a lot of people and stay with the Green Bay Packers, if Joe Burrow will be the first QB in the last 4 draft classed to win a Super Bowl, if the 49ers regret trading up to draft Trey Lance now that Jimmy Garoppolo has the Niners back in the NFC Championship game, if the Rams will be the 2nd straight team to win the Super Bowl on their home turf, if Cooper Kupp is the most dangerous offensive player in the NFL, and if the Titans can win a title with Ryan Tannehill as their QB.
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    • 49 min
    REShow: Daniel Jeremiah - Hour 1 (0124-22)

    REShow: Daniel Jeremiah - Hour 1 (0124-22)

    Rich recaps the PHENOMENAL weekend of NFL football that began with the Joe Burrow-led Cincinnati Bengals ousting the AFC’s top-seeded Tennessee Titans followed by the San Francisco 49ers knocking out Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in their thrilling Divisional Round games on Saturday followed by Matthew Stafford’s Los Angeles Rams’ comeback win after blowing a huge lead to Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Josh Allen’s Buffalo Bills falling to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in an overtime thriller.   

    NFL Network Analyst Daniel Jeremiah tells Rich why the Bills “made it too easy” for Patrick Mahomes at the end of their overtime loss to the Chiefs, why he thinks Aaron Rodgers will be playing for a new team next season, that Joe Burrow is the most confident QB he’s ever seen, if the Titans can win a title with Ryan Tannehill as their QB, and previews how the 49ers vs Rams and Bengals vs Chiefs NFC and AFC Conference Championship games could play out. 

    Rich recaps the tumultuous season of Aaron Rodgers and contemplates if the Packers QB will move forward in Green Bay or elsewhere next season. 
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    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
877 Ratings

877 Ratings

Texas ranch ,

Love it

Only listened to a couple episodes but I love it!!

What happened to Antonio brown??!!

Mr.Bob Dobalina ,

Far left political activist

Hey Rich no one cares about your far left political ideas. Rich is a huge fanboy for BLM and antifa. Another rich elitist clown who bailed out rioters and sits in his gated mansion as they destroy our communities.

rguastella9 ,

Great

Love Rich. Best show 100%. Daily must watch.

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