Mully & Haugh: Michael Lombardi & Joe Ostrowski interviews (Hour 3)
Mully & Haugh Show
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh continued to discuss the White Sox being eliminated by the Astros on Tuesday in their American League Division Series. After that, Audacy Sports analyst Michael Lombardi joined the show to discuss the latest Bears and NFL storylines, including Raiders coach Jon Gruden resigning. Later, BetQL Daily host Joe Ostrowski joined the show to discuss the latest gambling lines.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
REShow: Michael Lombardi & Morris Chestnut - Hour 3 (10-05-21)
The Rich Eisen Show
Former NFL GM Michael Lombardi tells Rich why Jaguars owner Shad Khan would be better off firing Urban Meyer sooner rather than later following the head coach’s embarrassing off-the-field weekend following the Jags moving to 0-4 on the season, if Ben Roethlsberger is the Steelers’ best option at QB, why the Chargers have the best roster in the NFL, and why the media made more of the Brady-Belichick reunion that necessary. Actor Morris Chestnut and Rich discuss how he, a Los Angeles native and Lakers and Dodgers die-hard, became a Philadelphia Eagles fan, and his new FOX drama ‘Our Kind of People,’ and what’s accurate and inaccurate about his career and personal life in a round of ‘Celebrity True or False.’ Rich rants against the latest example of the NFL’s crackdown on Taunting when Raiders TE Darren Waller was flagged for spiking the ball on the Chargers’ sideline on Monday Night Football. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PMS 2.0 509 - Aaron Rodgers Tuesday Week 4, Monday Night Football Recap, Michael Lombardi, & AJ Hawk
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about last night's Monday Night Football game between the Chargers and the Raiders, the rain delay that pushed the game back 30 minutes, Justin Herbert being an absolute dude, Joey Bosa's comments about Derek Carr after the game, and all the fallout from the Urban Meyer situation in Jacksonville, with reports coming out that his time could be coming to an end there already. Joining the program for week 4, coming off a big win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, is the QB of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers. Pat, Aaron, and AJ chat about this weekend's game, his moment with Mike Tomlin, Randall Cobb's performance and getting him back into the fold, and much much more, before he reveals the fifth book of the Aaron Rodgers book club (29:43-1:13:28). Next, 3x Super Bowl Champion, former GM for the Cleveland Browns, a special assistant to the coaching staff of the New England Patriots, host of the GM Shuffle podcast, The Lombardi Line, author of the Daily Coach, Michael Lombardi joins the show. Pat and Michael chat about what he's hearing from Jacksonville and why he thinks Urban is out the door, why he was doomed to fail from the get go, his thoughts on Matt Nagy in Chicago, if all the Brady Belichick stuff was a joke leading into the Sunday Night game, and more (1:13:32-1:33:23). Later, Pat and AJ chat about all the different stories circulating around the NFL and put a bow on the Urban Meyer discussion (1:36:50-2:13:17). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Breaking down the Survivor premiere & former NFL GM Michael Lombardi assesses the state of the WFT franchise
A BIG week for the podcast as Rick, Brendan, and Dalton break down the first new Survivor episode in 16 months, sharing their thoughts on the new cast, the new twists, and the new production choices on the show. Then the trio turn their attention to this Sunday’s Washington Football Team game against the Buffalo Bills and lock in their (less-than-optimistic) predictions. Finally, former NFL GM and VP Michael Lombardi joins the show to give his brutally honest assessment of the Washington franchise. He also talks about what working with Bruce Allen was like (Hint: NOT GOOD!), shares his thoughts on the league, and weighs in on the great Justin Herbert vs. Chase Young debate. It’s a must listen interview for any NFL fan.00:00 – Start of show3:15 – Survivor premiere react28:39 – Previewing WFT vs. Bills matchup35:16 – Former NFL GM & VP Michael Lombardi
PMS 2.0 494 -Monday Night Manning Recap, Aaron Rodgers Tuesday, Michael Lombardi, Matt "Cass Dogg" Cassel, & AJ Hawk
The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the inaugural episode of Monday Night Manning, and how incredible it was to watch Peyton, Eli, and the bevy of guests they had watch the Monday Night Football game, dissect the defenses, and give everyone who watched the game a true education in Quarterback play in the NFL. Joining Pat and AJ Hawk for the 2nd installment of the season, is reigning NFL MVP, Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers. Pat, Aaron, and AJ chat about the Packers performance against the Saints in Jacksonville, what the mood in the locker room is like, when Aaron and Coach LaFleur will chat about what happened and fix what they saw, if it's even worth addressing all the people who were going to pile on after everything that happened in the offseason, how he thought the offensive line played well, and what they need to do to get back on the right track (27:14-57:00). Next, 3x Super Bowl Champion, former GM of the Cleveland Browns, special assistant to the New England Patriots coaching staff, author, and host of the GM Shuffle Pod and the Lombardi Line, Michael Lombardi. Pat and Lombo chat about the rumors he's hearing from a credible source that Urban Meyer is going to be one and done in Jacksonville and is going to take the vacant USC job after the season, if Packers fans should be worried at all about their performance on Sunday, how we should prepare for gambling week 2 in the NFL, and his thoughts on the Raiders and Ravens game from last night (59:04-1:13:53). Later, Pat and AJ Hawk welcome 14 year NFL veteran at Quarterback, Pro Bowler, and member of the Tom Brady Kentucky Derby party, Matt "Cass Dogg" Cassel, to chat about his thoughts on week 1 of the NFL season, why things are different in New England from everywhere else, he tells a hilarious story about one of his best friends, Mike Vrabel cutting him in Tennessee, and what some of the worst and best places to live were during his time in the NFL (1:34:03-1:55:27). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Tate Frazier and Charlie Hulme gush about the opportunity to discuss Carolina Football together all season long! Then, NFL analyst and host of GM Shuffle, Michael Lombardi, joins the show to share some Chapel Hill stories involving Bill Belichick and tell us why North Carolina is truly a Football School!
Episode 012: The Other Side of the Ball with Michael Lombardi
The Decision Education Podcast
What do the NFL’s most legendary general managers do when making tough decisions at the highest level? Michael Lombardi, former NFL general manager and three-time Super Bowl winner, joins our guest host Annie Duke, to talk about decision-making insights learned from 3 decades in the game, working alongside coaching and general manager legends Bill Walsh of the San Francisco 49ers, Al Davis of the Oakland Raiders, and Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots, among others. Michael and Annie discuss how popular narratives have the power to derail good decision-making, why it’s important to get comfortable being uncomfortable, the value of curiosity on our personal life journeys, why offensive coordinators need to think like defensive coordinators, why true loyalty involves sharing unpopular perspectives, and Michael’s vision for “change departments” in all organizations in the NFL and beyond.
Michael Lombardi on Aaron Rodgers Future, 49ers Original Draft Plans, Mac to Pats
Extra Points with Cousin Sal & Dave Dameshek
Cousin Sal and Dave recap a big weekend in sports from the NFL Draft to the Kentucky Derby, as the Mets just hang on for a win and the Packers are trying to hang onto Aaron Rodgers (02:00). Former NFL executive, Michael Lombardi joins the show and the guys first talk about how it’s been 20 years since the Pine Barrens episode of The Sopranos first aired (08:30). Mike talks about how no one doing these mock drafts really knows anything and he doesn’t believe the 49ers coaches didn’t know who they were drafting with the #3 pick. He discusses how the 49ers could have originally traded up to draft Mac Jones but were then convinced to take Trey Lance (10:30). Mike doesn’t see Aaron Rodgers being traded and the 49ers may not have had to trade up to draft Trey Lance. He believes Mac Jones and Trevor Lawrence will be the best quarterbacks from this draft and reminded that all the Alabama players say Mac Jones is better than Tua (17:00). The guys discuss the AFC North and Najee Harris was too talented for the Steelers to pass up, how the Raiders and Jon Gruden have struggled with personnel decisions and why Jared Goff’s contract has made things difficult for other top tier quarterbacks. Then after the Jets two Michael Carters, Mike tells the story of Tampa Bay turning in the wrong card (25:15). Dave and Sal discuss which teams they could see not making the playoffs and disagree on both the Seahawks and Steelers (30:30). Then it’s a quick recap on the Kentucky Derby (42:00), Bucks/Nets and the Lakers schedule down the stretch as they look to avoid the playoff play-in round (47:30). Finally, the guys give out their Crown Royal Athletes of the Week and discuss The Sopranos versus Breaking Bad (55:15).
Rich begins the hour digging deep into one of his favorite topics, Ryan Fitzpatrick, with a tongue-in-cheek breakdown of what the often-spectacular but often-disastrous journeyman QB brings to Wasington.The Athletic’s NFL Insider Michael Lombardi and Rich discuss Bill Belichick’s free agent spending spree, how the Patriots are trying to get back to their two tight end-focused offense, why the Texans should resist being “bullied” into trading Deshaun Watson, what the Raiders must do to contend in the AFC West, and the Cowboys’ outlook for the 2021 season after locking down Dak Prescott to a long-term deal.Rich wraps up the hour reacting to DeAndre Hopkins’ tweet celebrating the 1-year anniversary of his trade to the Cardinals and how the Texans will eventually have to change their stance on the Deshaun Watson situation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From The Archives - Michael Lombardi, Former NFL Coach/GM, Author Of Gridiron Genius
Coach and Coordinator Podcast
From the Archives - Michael Lombardi, Former NFL Coach/GM, Author of Gridiron GeniousOn this episode of Coach and Coordinator, former NFL GM and coach, Michael Lombardi shares his stories of coaching with iconic coaches Bill Walsh and Bill Belichik, and Raiders owner Al Davis. Lombardi gives insights into the coaching profession which he learned from the best to ever coach the game. All of these are detailed in his book Gridiron Genius - A Master Class in Winning Championships and Building Dynasties in the NFL.00:19 - Intro/Book01:57 - Bill Walsh04:46 - Al Davis06:27 - What makes a great coach?08:19 - Culture11:51 - Divergent in thought13:43 - Evaluation16:51 - The Middle 823:00 - Managing the downs25:44 - Over-complicating26:43 - Coaching Staffs28:43 - Program Guys30:27 - Player Development33:55 - Working with Saban and Belichick35:46 - Special Teams38:35 - The Winning Edge