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The Ringer NFL Show features a rotating group of Ringer NFL experts, including Robert Mays, Kevin Clark, and Danny Kelly. The show will also feature ex-players and coaches, among others, as guests.

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The 49ers leave no doubt as to whether they are the best team in the NFC by dominating the Packers and throwing the ball only eight times (2:40). They will face Patrick Mahomes and a potent Kansas City Chiefs offense who outperformed an impressive Titans team. Plus Richard Sherman’s Twitter pettiness continues to delight us (21:45).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
We dive deep into each of the two games this weekend while highlighting the players to bet on and avoid. Then we build our daily fantasy lineup for the conference championships.Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
At 28 years old, the league’s best linebacker, Luke Kuechly, has retired. Meanwhile, the open coaching positions are getting filled, with Kevin Stefanski headed to the Browns and LSU offensive coordinator Joe Brady heading to Carolina (2:35). Then we preview the Titans-Chiefs and Packers-49ers conference championships matchups (28:30).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
The Seahawks participated in yet another abnormal football game in their loss to the Packers, which featured a clutch Aaron Rodgers performance. Then we break down the Chiefs' historic 24-point comeback against the Texans (2:00). Next, we appreciate the incredible Titans' win over the Ravens and the 49ers taking care of business against the Vikings (22:50).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
We break down the players to bet on and stay away from in each game of this weekend’s divisional round (4:00), before Danny Heifetz’s grandmother joins to talk about over 50 years of Giants fandom, the most attractive QB of all time, and her bone to pick with Pete Carroll (43:40)Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig HorlbeckGuest: Danny’s Grandma
Wasting no time at all, the Cowboys have hired Mike McCarthy as their new head coach, the Giants hired Patriots special teams coordinator/wide receivers coach Joe Judge, and the Panthers hired Baylor head coach Matt Rhule (1:25). Then we preview a divisional round featuring four heavy home favorites, highlighting the Titans taking on Lamar and the Ravens, and Russell Wilson heading to Lambeau to face the Packers (25:45).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
After nine straight seasons, Tom Brady and the Patriots played in a wild-card game and lost to the Titans. Speculation has begun on whether or not this is the end of the Brady–Bill Belichick era (2:17). Next, we express disappointment over not predicting this Vikings performance, and express confusion over the refs’ refusal to call pass interference on the final play (33:20). Finally, we break down the Seahawks’ win over the Eagles and the wild Bills-Texans ending (43:20).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
We offer a comprehensive breakdown of each wild-card game this weekend and highlight the players to start and avoid, including cheaper options to help fill your lineup. Then, we hear about a new fantasy football playoff format before building our daily fantasy lineup.Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig HorlbeckGuest: Bill Simmons
First, we participate in the rumors and gossip from across the league’s front offices, lead by Jason Garrett’s peculiar place in Cowboys purgatory (1:50). Then we break down each game from wild-card weekend (21:50).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
The NFC playoff picture (02:00), the Patriots drop one to the Dolphins (25:45), Joe Burrow in the NFL (43:30), and Jameis Winston caps off a historic season (51:45).
Although most fantasy leagues have ended, we are here to help you compose a winning Week 17 daily fantasy lineup and maneuver you through a week of teams resting players. We also debate whether or not the Panthers should bench Christian McCaffrey, start only players in the Falcons-Bucs game, and start Robert Griffin III. Host: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
It’s the holiday season, and we celebrate by giving out our season-long awards, including MVP (spoiler: It’s Lamar Jackson), non-quarterback MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, Executive of the Year (3:50), Assistant of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, personnel move of the year, game of the year, and play of the year (33:15).Hosts: Robert Mays and Kevin Clark
To close out the 2019 fantasy football season, we give out some season superlatives, including the Most Valuable Pick, Comeback Player of the Year, Waiver Wire League Winner, and the infamous Cool Uncle award.Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
After a demoralizing Cowboys loss to the Eagles, it looks like we are finally witnessing the end of the Jason Garrett era (0:25). Then, a Stock Up led by the New England Patriots, who look a little closer to the Patriots of old, and a Stock Down led by a Steelers team in desperate need of offense (7:30). We then spotlight Michael Thomas’s record-breaking season (40:20).Host: Kevin ClarkGuests: Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly
We highlight the high-priced players to bet big on, tell you why Lamar Jackson is worth it this week (and every week), and offer up some midrange players (7:20) before we help your wallet with the bargain bin players of the week and build our Week 16 daily fantasy lineups (29:35).Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
To lead off the show, we talk about Tom Coughlin’s recent firing from the Jaguars front office, and the pointlessness of Pro Bowl selections (0:40). Then, a Take Shop about players publicly voting for the Pro Bowl and prohibiting the franchise tag for players over 30 years old (12:45) before we get to the three biggest games of the week, headlined by Packers vs. Vikings (25:30). Finally, resident Philadelphian Chris Ryan joins the show to review the disappointing Eagles season and talk Carson Wentz (47:40).Host: Kevin ClarkGuests: Rodger Sherman, Danny Kelly, and Chris Ryan
It’s championship week, and we offer up our top players to add off of waivers after going over a few significant Week 15 injuries (4:40). Then we highlight some key players who might be on your start-sit bubble this week and help you decide which way to lean (16:00). Finally, Bill Simmons joins the show to talk about his recent playoff loss, why fantasy is about pain and suffering, rule changes, and Bill’s playoff fantasy league (46:45).Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
Kevin traveled up to the Bay Area to watch the Raiders play their last game in Oakland. He talks about witnessing one of the most storied fan bases in sports support their team one last time (0:38). Then, a Stock Up led by the 10-win Buffalo Bills (10:30) and a Stock Down led by a disappointing 49ers loss (35:45), before we break down why we are excited about the duo of Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury, as well as the best rookie wide receivers across the league (48:00).Host: Kevin ClarkGuest: Danny Heifetz and Danny Kelly
We offer up the best and worst daily fantasy bets for the weekend, including Danny Heifetz’s courageous recommendation to sit Patrick Mahomes and start David Blough (2:00). Then we pick our middle-range sweet-spot players and bargain buys of the week before assembling our daily fantasy lineup for Week 15 (24:20).Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Danny Kelly, and Craig Horlbeck
The Patriots' “scandal” has come and gone. Why aren’t we as upset at New England as before? Then, who advanced analytics is telling us should be the MVP and why they’re wrong (0:30). Next, a take shop about legalizing sideline spying (11:50) before we preview the biggest three games of the week headlined by the Rams vs. Cowboys (27:50). Finally, we speculate about which coaches Jerry Jones will look to hire (Lincoln Riley and Urban Meyer) if and when Jason Garrett gets fired (48:00). Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Rodger Sherman, Danny Kelly, and Bryan Curtis
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Patrick Robbins

where is Robert Mays!?

Dec 23rd
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Go Billers

first 10 min are them kissing their own ass

Sep 19th
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Craig Thompson

first 2 mins is all commercials add that to the general snark of these two means in can no longer listen to this podcast

Aug 31st
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Tony Ehrke

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Jan 18th
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Ruben Gregory Ramos

LOVE ME SOME LOMBARDI!!

Dec 4th
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Wisly Michel

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Nov 12th
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George S. Walker

i guess you're happy that Hue was fired since that was your life ambition..

Nov 3rd
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Horace Pasley Jr.

Thanks Lombardi! Who Dat!

Oct 24th
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George S. Walker

Lombardis' phone is crap. Please show him how to sound better on the phone.

Oct 24th
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Horace Pasley Jr.

You guys never show any love for the Saints.

Oct 23rd
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Oct 19th
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Oct 15th
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Aaron Thomas

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Oct 15th
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Rob Townsley

Lombardi dropping them f-bombs this episode. Love it!

Oct 4th
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Paul Hu

no respect for niners defense.. you know we get foster back this week

Sep 20th
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brand One

this dudes voice...male vocal fry is real!!

Aug 18th
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jarred longoria

Love this Cast !

May 1st
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Paul Hu

great calculated discussions.. makes the other sports shows and 'hot takes' pretty unbearable. I only listen to the NFL ringer btw.. can't speak for the other ringer shows

Apr 25th
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Spencer Wells

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Apr 24th
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George DeVol

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Mar 29th
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