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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 the Roku Channel. As Eisen said, “After all these years of seeing TV add ten pounds, I’m hoping phones and tablets will only add five.”

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6/21/24 - Hour 3 Sports Illustrated’s Chris Mannix joins Rich in-studio to discuss how long the Boston Celtics can stay atop the NBA, if the Lakers hiring of JJ Redick was a smart move, Paul George’s options in free agency among the Clippers, 76ers and Orlando Magic, the chances LeBron James leaves L.A., previews the Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul fight, and weighs in on the Celtics, Warriors, Luka Doncic, Victor Wembanyama, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Anthony Edwards, Zion Williamson, Joel Embiid, and more in a special NBA-centric edition of ‘What’s More Likely.’ Rich and the guys react to the latest gem of a soundbite from Tampa Bay Rays closer Pete Fairbanks after blowing a save.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/21/24 - Hour 2 Rich reacts to the Patriots extending the contact of Rhamondre Stevenson and what it means for running backs around the NFL. In ‘What’s More Likely’ Rich weighs in on Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, Aaron Rodgers, the Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills, Chargers, Lakers, Shohei Ohtani, and Aaron Judge. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/21/24 - Hour 1 Rich and the guys react to the Lakers finally ending their coaching search with the hiring of the untested J.J. Redick. Rich and the guys react to Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson recounting the racism he faced in the minor leagues in Birmingham, Alabama in the 1960’s. Chris Brockman dusts off his ‘Powerless Rankings’ to reveal his 10 worst teams in the NFL heading into training camps. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/20/24 - Hour 3 Rich and the guys react to Trevor Lawrence’s first comments since signing his $275M contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Actor Kurtwood Smith joins Rich in-studio to discuss the new season of Netflix’s ‘That 90’s Show,’ and reveals some great behind-the-scenes stories about ‘Robocop,’ ‘Dead Poets Society,’ Robin Williams and more in a round of ‘Celebrity True or False.’ Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/20/24 - Hour 2 Bob Costas and Rich discuss the passing of Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays, which former or current player can be called the greatest living baseball player and breaks down which MLB teams are the best in the AL and NL. Rich reveals his list of the top wildest sports stories of the year so far including Scottie Scheffler’s PGA Championship arrest, Caitlin Clark’s WNBA debut, the Ohtani/Ippei Mizuhara scandal, and more.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/20/24 - Hour 1 Rich and the guy's debate who the greatest living athletes are for baseball, football, basketball and hockey. Yahoo Sports’ Vincent Goodwill and Rich discuss the Celtics’ impressive run to their 18th NBA title and which teams in the Eastern Conference are best poised to take them down next season, the Pistons firing Monty Williams despite still owing him $65 Million and if he could end up coaching the Lakers. Rich and the guy's debate of the Lakers, Pistons, or Cavaliers coaching job is the most attractive. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/19/24 - Hour 3 Packers DT Rashan Gary and Rich discuss Green Bay’s expectations for QB Jordan Love, facing the Eagles in Brazil, and taking on Chicago Bears rookie Caleb Williams in what should be a very competitive NFC North. Actor Judge Reinhold joins Rich in-studio to discuss much-anticipated release of ‘Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F’ with Eddie Murphy and shares some great stories about ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High,’ ‘Stripes,’ his Emmy-nominated role as the close talker on ‘Seinfeld’ and more. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/19/24 - Hour 2 Panthers WR Adam Thielen tells Rich why changing the NFL’s offseason workout schedule could extend his career, why he has big expectations for Bryce Young after the quarterback’s rocky rookie season, and what mindset new head coach Dave Canales brings to the team that’s inspiring much-needed confidence in the Carolina locker room. Rich and the guys play the “Win/Loss Game” with a VERY optimistic Carolina Panthers fan, and Rich reveals his ten favorite comedy movies from the 1980s including ‘Caddyshack,’ ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High,’ ‘Trading Places,’ and others. Mets fan TJ makes a bold prediction about his team after they won their 7th game in a row after McDonald’s Grimace threw out the first pitch at a recent game.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/19/24 - Hour 1 Rich reflects on the passing of baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays. Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio and Rich discuss the ramifications of the NFL possibly losing its NFL Sunday Ticket anti-trust lawsuit, what Trevor Lawrence’s controversial payday means for the next contracts for Tua Tagovailoa, Dak Prescott, and Jordan Love, and which player is most likely to be the league’s first $60M per year QB. Rich and the guys react to the latest in the Oilers vs Panthers Stanley Cup Final.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/18/24 - Hour 3 NFL Insider Tom Pelissero tells Rich how Trevor Lawrence’s big payday will impact Tua Tagovailoa’s next contract with the Miami Dolphins and Jordan Love’s next deal with the Green Bay Packers, the 49ers’ contract stalemate with disgruntled WR Brandon Aiyuk, and if the controversy surrounding Aaron Rodgers’ unexcused absence from the Jets’ recent minicamp will spill over into training camp. In ‘Overreaction Tuesday’ Rich weighs in on the Boston Celtics, the 49ers and Brandon Aiyuk, Trevor Lawrence, the AFC North, Bryson DeChambeau, and the Dodgers’ injuries to Mookie Betts and Yoshinobu Yamamoto. Celtics fan Chris Brockman unleashes his most insufferable inner Masshole in celebration of Boston’s 18th NBA title. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/18/24 - Hour 2 Rich weighs in on whether the Jacksonville Jaguars were right to hand Trevor Lawrence that massive $275M contract. Baseball Hall of Famer/FOX Sports MLB Analyst John Smoltz and Rich discuss the impact of the Dodgers’ key injuries to Mookie Betts and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Gerrit Cole’s return to the Yankees’ rotation, why Paul Skenes and the Pittsburgh Pirates could be a tough out if they reach the playoffs, the reason for the rash of arm injuries to many star pitchers around MLB, and more. Rich reacts to the 49ers’ conundrum when it comes to paying disgruntled WR Brandon Aiyuk. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/18/24 - Hour 1 Rich and the guys react to the Celtics 18th NBA championship with a 5-game win over the Dallas Mavericks. ESPN’s ‘Around the Horn’ Panelist/The Dallas Morning News columnist Tim Cowlishaw tells Rich what Luka Doncic and the Mavericks must do to get over the hump and win an NBA championship, if the Dallas Cowboys’ “all-in” gamble will pay off or crap out next season, and if Jerry Jones stalling on a contract extension for Dak Prescott is a mistake or not. Rich reacts to the New York Mets 6-game win streak. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guest host Andrew Siciliano and the guys reflect on the 30th anniversary of OJ Simpson’s notorious white Bronco slow speed chase.   Golf writer/bestselling author Alan Shipnuck and Andrew discuss Bryson DeChambeau’s latest US Open title, and how Rory McIlroy gets past his latest major tournament heartbreak. Andrew shares a story about meeting Mike D of the Beastie Boys recently.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guest host Andrew Siciliano and Chris Brockman debate if we, as sports fans, feel more gutted when our team loses or when our favorite athlete loses. The Athletic’s Joe Vardon and Andrew discuss the possibility of the Boston Celtics closing out the Dallas Mavericks in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers head coaching search, and more.  Cleveland Browns fan Andrew reacts to the announcement of all four AFC North teams being featured in the upcoming in-season version of HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks.’  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Guest host Andrew Siciliano and the guys react to Bryson DeChambeau’s latest US Open win that featured another major heartbreak for Rory McIlroy. NFL Insider Mike Garafolo and Andrew discuss possible timelines for the Miam Dolphins and Green Bay Packers to extend quarterbacks Tua Tagovailoa and Jordan Love, if the Dallas Cowboys will ever pay Dak Prescott and Micah Parsons, and more.   Andrew and the guys discuss how much money it will ultimately cost the Cowboys by waiting to sign Dak, Parsons, and CeeDee Lamb or if those players will bolt via free agency or via trade, and react to disgruntled WR Brandon Aiyuk taking to Tik Tok to say the 49ers don’t want him anymore, and to Aaron Rodgers’ unexcused absence from the Jets’ mandatory minicamp. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/14/24 - Hour 3 The Atlantic’s Jemele Hill and guest host Jim Jackson discuss the role of Caitlin Clark in the growth of popularity of the WNBA and more. Jim and the guys discuss what USC phenom Juju Watkins can accomplish in college basketball that Caitlin Clark couldn’t at Iowa, and Steelers fan Jim plays the ‘Win/Loss Game’ to predict Pittsburgh’s 2024 record with Russell Wilson as their starting quarterback. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/14/24 - Hour 2 Basketball Hall of Famer Grant Hill tells guest host Jim Jackson what Luka Doncic must do physically and mentally to become an NBA champion, why this year’s Boston Celtics are underrated in some ways, if he was surprised UConn’s Dan Hurley turned down the Los Angeles Lakers head coaching job, and reveals why he wishes there was “load management” during his playing days. Jim and the guy's debate of Trevor Lawrence was worthy of the huge $275M contract he got from the Jacksonville Jaguars, and react to the Kansas City Chiefs’ latest Super Bowl rings. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/14/24 - Hour 1 Guest host Jim Jackson and the guys preview Game 4 of the NBA Finals and what Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks must do to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Boston Celtics. ESPN’s Marc Spears and Jim discuss what’s at stake for the Mavs’ pride in Game 4 vs the Celtics, what an NBA title would mean for the legacies of Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum, and more. Jim and the guys reflect on the recent deaths of NBA legends Jerry West and Bill Walton. Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/13/24 - Hour 3 FOX Sports announcer Joe Davis joins Rich in-studio to discuss following legendary announcer Vin Scully in the Dodgers’ broadcast booth, a possible L.A. vs New York Yankees World Series, calling games with Emmy-winning analyst Greg Olsen in the NFL on FOX broadcast booth, and weighs in on the Phillies, Mets, Astros, Rangers, Diamondbacks, and Juan Soto’s free agency in an MLB version of ‘What’s More Likely.’   Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
6/13/24 - Hour 2 The MMQB’s Albert Breer and Rich discuss the mystery whereabouts of New York Jets QB Aaron Rodgers, if the rest of the league should be concerned about the punishment for the Falcons’ Kirk Cousins tampering, and the biggest NFL training camp storylines including Jim Harbaugh and the Chargers, the Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott question, and beginning of the Chicago Bears’ Caleb Williams era. In a Thursday edition of ‘What’s More Likely’ Rich weighs in on the Raiders, New York Giants, Washington Commanders, Denver Broncos, 49ers, Ravens, Chargers, Mike Tyson vs Jake Paul, and Joey Chestnut vs Kobayashi in their head-to-head hot dog eating contest. Rich weighs in on the Kansas City Chiefs’ offseason acquisition of speedy WR Hollywood Brown.  Please check out other RES productions: Overreaction Monday: http://apple.co/overreactionmonday  What the Football with Suzy Shuster and Amy Trask: http://apple.co/whatthefootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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dp

rich you're missing the reality that all the things the running backs do which should require "thanks" according to you, are paying for past performance not investing in future upside which is what good GMs do. And, getting from the 10 to the 3 or decoying etc (eckler) or taking pressure off the qb, etc can be done just as effectively with a fresh 24 year old. so your heart is in the right place but as you know, it's bad business to sign any RB to a long term deal. PS I love Saquon.

Jul 26th
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G_Slug

what is this bs radio show playing in the background?

Jun 6th
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Rob Claypool

great interview

Jan 18th
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Dan Briggs

howie mandel is criminally unfunny

May 27th
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charles campbell

these guys SUCK!!! RICH WE MISS YOU

Sep 3rd
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