The MMQB Podcast With Peter King
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Dan Quinn reflects on the Seahawks' dominant defensive performance in Super Bowl XLVIII and the players and strategy that made it happen. Sam Farmer discusses the possibility of an NFL franchise in Los Angeles, along with the chances of it actually happening. Chris Kluwe argues in favor of more special teamers in the Hall of Fame, and discusses some of the current issues facing the NFL.
Coby Fleener talks about working as the MMQB's Super Bowl guest correspondent, as well as his thoughts on the big game. Seattle Defensive Assistant Marquand Manuel discusses what it's like to coach the talented Seahawks secondary. Montee Ball chimes in at Super Bowl Media Day about his rookie year.
Terrance Knighton explains how he got the nickname 'Pot Roast', breaks down his big sack of Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game, and looks ahead to playing in the Super Bowl. Lee Jenkins discusses his thoughts on Richard Sherman and Peyton Manning in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII. Greg Bedard reports on the Senior Bowl from Mobile, Alabama.
Joe Staley talks about the 49ers' upcoming showdown against the Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game, and what it's like to deal with the crowd noise at CenturyLink Field. Robert Klemko discusses the AFC Championship Game in Denver, and his thoughts on the Broncos and Patriots' chances in the game. Sage Rosenfels breaks down the four remaining playoff quarterbacks, and how their offenses have found success under their command.
New Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach Lovie Smith talks about his excitement for the new job, as well as what life was like in his year off from coaching in the NFL. Thomas Davis discusses his amazing comeback following three consecutive knee surgeries, as well as the Panthers' surprising run to the NFC South title. Brian Burke talks about some of the NFL playoff matchups and the current state of hiring coaches in the NFL.
Eddie Lacy talks about his breakout rookie year for the Green Bay Packers and about their upcoming Wild Card matchup against the 49ers. Former NFL referee Jim Daopolous discusses the state of NFL officiating in 2013. Greg Bedard breaks down the Packers' game-winning touchdown in Week 17, as well as the Packers-49ers Wild Card game this weekend.
Peyton Manning talks about being named the 2013 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year and what it means to him. Ravens kicker Justin Tucker breaks down his game-winning field goal against the Lions in Week 15, as well as some of his other talents. SI Managing Editor Chris Stone discusses the decision to name Manning SI's Sportsman of the Year.
Kenny Chesney talks about his love for football, his friendship with Sean Payton and fandom of the New Orleans Saints, as well as the football films that he has recently produced. Rich Eisen discusses Peyton Manning's huge season, as well as the future of the NFL on television. Aaron Schatz breaks down a few of his favorite story lines of this NFL season.
Julian Edelman discusses how he transitioned from playing quarterback in college to wide receiver in the NFL. Josh Gordon chats about becoming the first receiver to have back-to-back 200-yard games. Robert Klemko talks about his piece on the fact that players still don't like to play on Thursdays.
Gus Bradley talks about the Jaguars' improvement week to week. Patrick Peterson discusses the improvements of the Cardinals' offense, and what it's like watching Tyrann Mathieu develop as a player in the NFL. Mike Florio opens up about how he started at his job, and answers some quick questions from Peter.
Gerald McCoy talks about his 'nice guy' reputation, head coach Greg Schiano, the Bucs' winning streak and more. Michael McKnight delves further into his story on Sam Hurd. Andrew Brandt discusses the Pittsburgh Steelers' salary cap going forward.
Drew Brees talks about what it's like having Sean Payton back with the Saints. Ross Tucker briefly discusses the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin situation, and where we are right now in the NFL. Robert Klemko of The MMQB goes inside his story on race in the locker room.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinal paints a clearer picture of Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin. Tony Dungy, former head coach of the Indianapolis Colts and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, provides insight on his position as a head coach towards hazing. Andrew Brandt of The MMQB breaks down what might happen to Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin.
On this week's podcast, Peter King talks with Alex Smith about his transition from San Francisco to Kansas City, with Greg Olsen about the changing role of the tight end and the Panthers' recent success and with Greg Bedard about the reporting for his piece on Geno Atkins.
Ryan Clark talks about the Steelers' turnaround and what football will look like in the future. Thad Lewis talks about what it's like going from a practice squad member to a starter in the NFL. Robert Klemko discusses his trip to Kansas to take a look at football in the center of the U.S.