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SUNDAY: Nora Princiotti and Steven Ruiz break down Sunday's games, with an appearance from Ben Solak on Sunday's biggest storyline.

MONDAY: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak go deep on Sunday's story lines and analyze MNF.

TUESDAY: Jason Goff and Austin Gayle go through the weekly Ringer Power Rankings, with Steven Ruiz joining later to discuss his QB rankings.

WEDNESDAY: Nora Princiotti invites a guest to share their spicy take, and see if Nora is willing to join them on their island.

THURSDAY: Sheil Kapadia is joined by a guest to discuss some big-ticket NFL news items across the week.

FRIDAY: Danny Heifetz, Ben Solak, and Steven Ruiz preview the NFL slate with analysis, insight, and banter.

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Sheil and Nora react to Tom Brady once again announcing his retirement and discuss what his life will look like after football and the ripple effects of his decision across the league. Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Nora Princiotti Associate Producer: Mike Wargon Additional Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora and Lindsay recap the breaking news of Sean Payton returning to coach the Denver Broncos, and the Houston Texans hiring DeMeco Ryans. Host: Nora Princiotti and Lindsay Jones Associate Producer: Stefan Anderson Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben start the pod by sharing their reactions to the news of the Jets hiring Nathaniel Hackett as their new OC, which leads to a discussion about the increasingly perilous search to replace his head coaching services in Denver. Next, Sheil breaks down why the Patriots' hiring of Bill O'Brien was a bad hire by Bill Belichick, while Ben is slightly more optimistic about Kellen Moore's move to the Chargers (25:35). They then get into the Cowboys' misguided coaching outlook moving forward and speculate on the Bengals' offseason roster moves (45:37). Finally, Sheil gives his hot take on where Tom Brady will play next season (1:06:30). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora and Steven start by recapping the Chiefs' thrilling win over the Bengals. They discuss the play of Patrick Mahomes and Joe Burrow, what made the difference for the Chiefs, and more. Then, they move on to the Eagles comfortably beating the Niners. They talk about the Eagles defensive line's impressive performance, the quarterback injuries for the Niners, and more (23:32). Lastly, they wrap up with their preliminary thoughts on an Eagles-Chiefs Super Bowl and the Cowboys letting go of offensive coordinator Kellen Moore (43:16). Hosts: Nora Princiotti and Steven Ruiz Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Danny, Ben, and Steven start by previewing the AFC championship between the Bengals and Chiefs. They talk about Joe Burrow’s development and what to expect from Patrick Mahomes after the ankle injury. Then they preview the NFC championship between the Niners and Eagles (30:38) and discuss how a bunch of the different star-studded matchups will end up. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Ben Solak, and Steven Ruiz Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil is joined by The Ringer’s Austin Gayle to predict the biggest story lines following championship Sunday, including Kyle Shanahan’s game management (9:00), quarterbacks playing on rookie deals (27:00), and what the future holds for Sean Payton (36:00). Finally, they close the show by answering mailbag questions (45:00). Do you have a question for Sheil? Email TheScrambleMailbag@Gmail.com for a chance to have your question answered on the show. Host: Sheil Kapadia Guest: Austin Gayle Associate Producer: Mike Wargon Additional Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Each week, a guest tries to persuade Nora Princiotti to agree with an argument they feel strongly about. This week’s guest is The Ringer’s Steven Ruiz, who debunks all the myths on Dak Prescott and proves why he’s one of the top QBs in the NFL. Host: Nora Princiotti Guest: Steven Ruiz Associate Producer: Stefan Anderson Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben share their reactions to the NFL's divisional-round action, starting their conversation by explaining why Dak Prescott wasn't the only reason for the Cowboys' loss to the 49ers on Saturday. Sheil then details how Joe Burrow is always right, and Ben breaks down how San Francisco will benefit from surviving Brock Purdy's worst game as a starter (17:12). Next, they swat down all of the negative Bills hysteria, and speculate on Aaron Rodgers's next move (37:23). They end the pod by giving some love to Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo (1:01:28). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora, Steven, and Ben recap the Sunday divisional games, starting with the Niners defense leading the way to a 19-12 victory. They talk about both offenses struggling to score and what’s next for the Cowboys (1:28). Then, they discuss the Bengals' impressive road victory over the Bills. They talk about the Bengals' impressive defense, Josh Allen’s struggles, a look ahead to Bengals-Chiefs, and more (30:08). Hosts: Nora Princiotti, Steven Ruiz, and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora and Steven start the pod by recapping the Chiefs’ win over the Jaguars (01:47). They discuss Patrick Mahomes’s ankle injury and how Steve Spagnuolo's defense stifled the Jaguars’ offensive game plan. After, they talk about the Eagles’ emphatic win over the Giants and Daniel Jones's future in New York (23:43). Hosts: Nora Princiotti and Steven Ruiz Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Danny, Ben, and Steven preview every divisional round matchup for this weekend, starting with Bengals-Bills (02:17). They discuss Giants-Eagles (24:46), Cowboys-49ers (38:35), and Jaguars-Chiefs (51:46) before doing some housekeeping and discussing the Chargers and Ravens parting ways with their offensive coordinators (61:35). Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Ben Solak, and Steven Ruiz Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Each week, a guest tries to persuade Nora Princiotti to agree with an argument they feel strongly about. This week’s guest is The Ringer’s John Jastremski, who contends that the Giants QB has played at an elite level this season. Host: Nora Princiotti Guest: John Jastremski Associate Producer: Stefan Anderson Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben get together to share their reactions to the Cowboys' dominant win over the Bucs. They then speculate on Tom Brady's next move, and talk about whether Dak Prescott can build on his dazzling performance through the playoffs (3:23). Next comes the Ravens postmortem, with Sheil detailing Baltimore's complicated personnel issues and Ben looking at future destinations for QB Lamar Jackson (19:00). They end the pod by discussing Derek Carr's offseason outlook, and Doug Pederson's steady coaching hand with the Jaguars (43:33). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora, Ben, and Steven start by discussing the Bengals defeating the Ravens at home. They discuss some of the major plays, including Sam Hubbard’s 98-yard fumble return touchdown that ended up being the game winner. Then, they talk about the Bills narrowly defeating the Dolphins. They talk about Josh Allen’s up-and-down game, and the play of Dolphins quarterback Skylar Thompson (23:21). Lastly, they wrap up with the Giants' upset road victory over the Vikings, and the performance from Daniel Jones (45:17). Hosts: Nora Princiotti, Steven Ruiz, and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nora and Steven recap the Saturday slate of wild-card matchups, starting with the Jaguars’ stunning comeback over the Chargers (01:19). They give credit to Doug Pederson and Trevor Lawrence for their second-half resurgence and speculate as to what this loss means for Brandon Staley’s future as head coach. After, they break down San Francisco's win over Seattle and why all their offensive assets make them so dangerous (21:29). Hosts: Nora Princiotti and Steven Ruiz Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Danny, Ben, and Steven preview all the wild-card games this weekend, highlighted by Buccaneers-Cowboys and Jaguars-Chargers. Hosts: Danny Heifetz, Ben Solak, and Steven Ruiz Associate Producer: Isaiah Blakely Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, Sheil is joined by Bill Barnwell from ESPN. They start their conversation by speculating on all of the possible landing spots for Sean Payton. They then go around the NFL and debate their dream coaching trade scenarios for teams that currently have vacancies or are obviously in need of improvement (12:07). Next, they talk about the changes they would make to the All-Pro team roster and which coaches and players have the most at stake on wild-card weekend (29:30). They end the pod by answering some of your mailbag questions (43:15). Host: Sheil Kapadia Guest: Bill Barnwell Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Each week, a guest tries to persuade Nora Princiotti to agree with an argument they feel strongly about. This week’s guest is The Ringer’s Austin Gayle, who makes the case for Brock Purdy to be the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year. Host: Nora Princiotti Guest: Austin Gayle Associate Producer: Stefan Anderson Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Austin and Jason start by discussing the best teams that missed the playoffs (7:26). They then go through Austin’s power rankings of the playoff teams and place them into tiers (14:05). Later, they choose a game of the week (44:37) before being joined by Steven Ruiz to talk about some of the quarterbacks in the playoffs and discuss who surprised him the most this season (48:15). Hosts: Austin Gayle and Jason Goff Guest: Steven Ruiz Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Associate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben start their conversation with some positive updates on Damar Hamlin and the Buffalo Bills' outlook heading into the playoffs. They then talk about how Lovie Smith's endgame decisions in the Texans win over the Colts have set the stage for an interesting draft this spring (3:53). Next, Sheil explains why Chargers fans should be wary of Brandon Staley's personnel strategy last Sunday, and Ben shows us why Carolina is the best current coaching destination this offseason (18:03). This leads to a debate on college coaches heading to the NFL and a discussion about the Titans' and Saints' dreary futures (31:54). They end the pod by sharing their complete playoff bracket picks (1:02:42). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Comments (71)

Gq Smoove

You Said The Colts Need Corners Umm Did Stephon Gilmore Disappear? Is Kenny Moore Not A Top 5 Nickle CB 🤔

Aug 24th
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Gq Smoove

Shanahan is overrated af 39-42 in 5 years and only two seasons he's #116th all time in winning %

Aug 22nd
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Joe Barile

This episode belonged on CNN+

May 29th
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Finsup12

Steven the NOBODY...Talking shit about Tua!!! Really ok then Definitely Matt Cassel over Mac Jones... Leaf>Herbert too...same amount of playoff wins.... Yall are fucking RACIST 💀 #NFL #Dolphins

Apr 6th
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Finsup12

Way to skip over your boy Mac Jones 🗑

Jan 17th
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Finsup12

What Tua had to work with his first 2 seasons tells me that Tua is BY FAR much better QB than Mac and all the things Patriots have #FACTSMATTER

Jan 16th
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Finsup12

Mac got $159 million to help him 😂🤣😂, Bill is overrated head coach and GM. How much more does this kid need to succeed? top 5 oline top 3 running game...LOL

Jan 16th
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Finsup12

These guys are the biggest idiots about Flores 🤣🤣🤣....Coaches made Tua good BS he has Worst oline in NFL and Worst rushing offense 😳

Jan 12th
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Finsup12

if your saying this for Fields than Tua has been fucked 10 times more so cry about it guy

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

LMAO NORA SAID FLORES IS GOOD WITH PEOPLE 😂🤣 that's the reason he got Fired...Held back his QB and team this year

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

Nora needs to shut up about Chargers and Herbert, he was 34 of 64 against the 27th ranked pass defense plus Chargers Defense sucks and that team doesn't deserve playoffs anymore than the Dolphins or Colts

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

Yeah Dolphins and Tua are 3-0 VS BILL and Pats and 2-0 VS Macaroni

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

Herbert unbelievable lol 😆 14-17 RECORD as a starter....#Statstuffer only

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

Lmao oh sorry lady....Chargers didn't deserve the win FYI get blown out by Texans 🥲

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

SHUT UP ABOUT A TIE...LMAO HERBERT LOVERS SO SAD 🥲😂🤣😂😂😢

Jan 11th
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Finsup12

Yo Tua through a 55 yard pass in that game, you are both idiots....Tua is the guy..better than Burrow and Herberto by 2023

Jan 9th
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Nate Hawlish

really bad production quality!

Dec 30th
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steve enriquez

This podcast is a joke. These ex-players have an agenda and are completely biased for certain teams and players. Don't waste your time.

Dec 29th
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Finsup12

Really, Tua is not the guy!!! All he does is win. Herbert 14-16 Losing RECORD...#HatersGonnaHate

Dec 29th
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Finsup12

Kevin you are not good at your job sorry bud, you talk out of your ass

Dec 27th
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