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The Ringer NFL Show breaks down games, storylines, and gambling from every angle. 

SUN NIGHT: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti

TUES: Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright

WED: Warren Sharp and Chris Vernon

THURS: Kevin Clark and guest.

FRI: Warren Sharp and Joe House

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We recap the Falcons-Panthers 'Thursday Night Football' game before getting into how to bet games with bad weather and analyzing some of the juiciest matches to bet against this week, including Ravens-Steelers, Dolphins-Rams, Raiders-Browns, and 49ers-Seahawks. Hosts: Warren Sharp and Joe House
Kevin is joined by former Miami Dolphins and New York Jets executive and ESPN analyst Mike Tannenbaum to discuss Justin Herbert’s excellent start (2:10) and potential trades that could come before the deadline (8:27). Then The Ringer’s Ryan Shazier joins Kevin to preview the AFC North battle between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers (27:15). After that, The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti joins Kevin and Ryan to decide how many teams can realistically compete for a Super Bowl (44:15). Host: Kevin Clark  Guests: Mike Tannenbaum, Ryan Shazier, and Nora Princiotti
Chris Vernon and Warren Sharp open the show with a discussion about Nick Foles refuting Brian Griese’s claim that Foles bad-mouthed the Bears’ play-calling. Later in the show, the two look at some peculiar coaching decisions made this week, question if the Patriots are good, and more.
Ryan and Cole break down the Los Angeles Rams’ comfortable defeat of the Chicago Bears on ‘Monday Night Football.’ (2:02) Then they speculate about quarterbacks potentially on the trade block who could help the Bears. After that, they cover the Pittsburgh Steelers’ and Arizona Cardinals’ big wins over the Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks (8:30), the Tampa Buccaneers’ signing of Antonio Brown, Andy Dalton’s injury, and more (26:40). Hosts: Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright
Kevin and Nora start by reacting to the ‘Sunday Night Football’ thriller in which the Arizona Cardinals defeated the Seattle Seahawks in overtime. Then they discuss what the future holds for the Tom Brady–led Tampa Bay Buccaneers and for Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. They then give their Week 7 winners and losers, answer some listener questions, and pick their clickbait headline of the week. Hosts: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti
We recap the entertaining Giants-Eagles Thursday night game before discussing how we should think about point totals now that unders are starting to hit more than overs. We also discuss the rise of the underdog, Warren’s thoughts on Pittsburgh vs. Tennessee, and some of House’s bets for Week 7. Hosts: Warren Sharp and Joe House
Kevin is joined by NFL Network‘s Bucky Brooks to discuss which rookie quarterback will be first to compete in the AFC, how the Cowboys can turn it around, and how the Pittsburgh Steelers keep drafting good wide receivers. Then Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti, Danny Kelly, and Kaelen Jones to discuss three trades that they each want to see. Host: Kevin Clark  Guest: Bucky Brooks, Nora Princiotti, Danny Kelly, and Kaelen Jones
Chris Vernon and Warren Sharp discuss the Dallas Cowboys players turning on their coaches anonymously, break down the takeover of analytics across the NFL, decide whether the Chicago Bears are legit, and more. Hosts: Chris Vernon and Warren Sharp
Ryan and Cole recap the 'Monday Night Football' games, but first Ryan starts by reacting to the breaking news that Tua Tagovailoa will be starting for the Miami Dolphins after their Week 7 bye. Then Ryan breaks down what each coach's responsibility is and they preview the battle for the best record in the AFC between the Steelers and Titans.   Hosts: Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright
Kevin and Nora start by discussing Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs cruising to a win over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, then they discuss their Week 6 winners and losers. After that, they debut a new segment called Honorable Mentions, answer a listener question, and share their clickbait headline of the week. Hosts: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti
Warren Sharp, joined by Joe House, gives some Sharp points for Week 6 in NFL gambling. Later, the duo discusses some of the marquee matchups of the weekend, including Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Hosts: Warren Sharp & Joe House
Kevin Clark is joined by former NFL offensive guard Geoff Schwartz to discuss why offenses are finding so much success this season (3:27). Then they discuss Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers (11:15) and whether the Tennessee Titans figured out how to slow down Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills (14:10). Kevin is then joined by The Ringer’s Nora Princiotti and Danny Kelly to talk about open head-coaching jobs and head-coaching jobs that could be open by the end of the season (28:13).  Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Geoff Schwartz, Nora Princiotti, and Danny Kelly
Warren Sharp and Chris Vernon recap the Bill-Titans game and offer their biggest takeaways. They also discuss the impact schedule changes could have on teams, how much Dak Prescott is worth spread-wise, and league trends and characteristics they are seeing five weeks in. Hosts: Warren Sharp and Chris Vernon
Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright open with a conversation about the gruesome ankle injury Dak Prescott suffered Sunday night and how it could affect his future (01:20). Later, they discuss Michael Thomas’s one-game suspension after a practice altercation (15:00). To close the show, Shazier ranks the best players on the 3-1 Cleveland Browns (43:30). Host: Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright
Nora and Kevin discuss the devastating ankle injury of Dak Prescott and what it means for the Cowboys going forward (02:41). Also, a major change in Atlanta with the firing of Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff; Nora and Kevin break down what the Falcons can do to salvage an already rocky season opening (17:34). They also talk about the significant schedule changes due to COVID outbreaks across teams and the growing problem it's causing for the NFL (29:25). Lastly, they share their Winners and Losers (37:33). Hosts: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti
Warren Sharp and Joe House react to the Buccaneers-Bears game that ended with a seemingly confused Brady and a Bears win (2:00). Then they discuss last week’s betting results and whether or not betting the overs should come to an end (14:15). Then they get into how to bet games with double-digit spreads in another edition of Sharp Points (29:35) and lay out their favorite bets for Week 5 (1:14:20).  Hosts: Warren Sharp and Joe House
Kevin Clark is joined by 10-year NFL vet and Pro Football Focus’s Bruce Gradkowski to discuss what the Texans look like moving forward (5:04), what’s been most impressive about the Packers (20:45), whether Derek Carr is the Raiders' franchise quarterback (29:43), and more. Then Kevin is joined by Kaelen Jones, Nora Princiotti, and Danny Heifetz to give out their quarter-season awards (35:45).  Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Bruce Gradkowski, Kaelen Jones, Nora Princiotti, and Danny Heifetz
Warren Sharp and Chris Vernon offer their thoughts on the Texans’ firing of Bill O’Brien and the NFL’s rising COVID-19 problem (11:00). They also discuss the Chicago Bears’ offensive struggles and their starting quarterback race (26:22), decide whether the Cleveland Browns are legit (53:00), and more. Hosts: Warren Sharp and Chris Vernon
Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright start by discussing the Houston Texans firing Bill O’Brien (3:45). Then they talk about both 'Monday Night Football' games (13:50). They give out their Week 4 likes (30:05), and Ryan gets into what’s wrong with the Dallas Cowboys (50:09) and Arizona Cardinals (01:01:04). Host: Ryan Shazier and Cole Wright
Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti discuss the Philadelphia Eagles moving into first place in the NFC East (5:07), and the Dallas Cowboys losing again despite another big performance from Dak Prescott (11:31). Then they pick their Week 4 winners and losers (45:43) and answer a few listener questions (01:23:21).  Host: Kevin Clark and Nora Princiotti
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Comments (38)

Daniel Herrera

House is the most annoying person ever...

Sep 19th
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Dan Turbiak

Another great show by Nora Princiotti!

Sep 17th
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Dan Turbiak

Nora is great on the pod today. She should be on every Ringer NFL Podcast!

Sep 17th
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Joseph Estrada

This was the best episode I have listened to BY far! Some of the tips Sharp provided are gold!

Sep 12th
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Joe Barile

Cam Newton..... humble

Aug 20th
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Joe Barile

Cam Newton... humble

Aug 10th
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Joe Barile

Cam Newton... humble

Aug 3rd
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Joe Barile

Cam Newton.... humble

Jul 27th
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Joe Barile

Cam Newton... humble

Jul 20th
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Joe Barile

Tell us again how humble Cam is?

Jul 13th
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Joe Barile

Cam considers himself humble...that's funny

Jul 6th
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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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