Welcome to the podcast, where I and many others, will discuss and share our thoughts over anything football related (no, not soccer, but that sport is amazing as well!). Topics such as the NFL; Performance of Teams and Players; Offensive and Defensive Systems; And Coaching! So, sit back, relax, and enjoy...or hate my opinions!
In this episode, Griff talks about the teams that are needing, or looking, to get a quarterback this off-season, as well as talking about the qb's that are available this off-season, and which might be a good fit.
In this episode, Griff highlights the games that happened in week 16, such as the Saints V. Titans, in which Michael Thomas broke the single season receptions record with 145 catches (Holy Sh*t, That's a lot). Griff also previews week 17 games, such as the Redskins V. Cowboys, in which the Cowboys need to run the ball, against a 29th ranked run defense, and so forth. Griff also previews his second to last episode of his series, "One Take".
In this episode, Griff will talk about the future of Freddie Kitchens job security, his performance as a head coach, Baker's performance this year, and how the front office needs to change how they run things.
In this episode, Griff reviews week 15 games, such as the Bears V. Packers, and previewing games for the up-coming weekend, such as Bills V. Pats, and previewing the next episode of his series, "One Take".
In this Episode, Griff reviews games that happened in week 14, such as the shoot-out between the Saints and 49ers, Previewing week 15 games, such as Titans V. Texans, and introducing the next "one take", the Titan's resurgence.
In the 6th episode of Griff Talks Football, "One Take" Series, Griff talks about the current playoff picture, the up-coming games for the teams that are currently in a playoff spot, as well as teams who are currently outside looking in, and ends that episode with teams that he thinks will make the playoffs.
In this episode of "One Take", Griff talks about the differences between Bill O'Brien's Offensive system with the New England Patriots, and the current offensive system with the Houston Texans, and the advantages that each present and can cause or that had caused problems for opposing defenses, and determines if one is better than the other.
In this episode, Griff will review the games that occurred in week 13, such as the horrible loss that the Browns now have, and preview week 14 games coming, such as the pivotal match-up between the Rams and the Seahawks, and ends the episode by talking about the current playoff picture.
In this episode, Griff reviews week 12, starting with the TNF match up between the Colts and Texans; Previews week 13 match ups such as the Patriots V. Texans, and previews the next episode of "One Take", in which the episode will be about Bill O'Brien, but in what way?
In this episode, Griff will review games that occurred in week 11, such as the ass whopping performance by the Ravens, previewing games that will happen in week 12, such as the packers vs 49ers game, and previewing episode of his new series, "One Take".
In this episode of Griff's new series, "One Take", Griff talks about the idiotic idea that Kirk Cousins is trash (Yet he's not), how football is a team sport, and that Kirk Cousins is far better than Dak Prescott.
In this new series of Griff's "One Take" Griff talks about how the wins and losses should not just be placed on Matthew Stafford, but rather, the team. Also, the importance of Matt Patricia building around Matt Stafford.
In this first episode of a new series "One Take", Griff will defend Matt Nagy's (Head Coach Of Chicago Bears) decision of kicking a field goal, that ended up being missed. Some have argued that Matt should've ran more plays to get a shorter field goal attempt, with :45 seconds left in the game, with one time out. However, a player may have influenced Matt's decision, and his name is Mitchell Trubisky.
In this episode, Griff will review the games that happened in week 6, and points out what to watch for in the games coming up this weekend. He also talks about one specific player on the New Orleans Saints
In this episode, Griff will review the week 5 games that occurred, such as the demolishing of the browns, and previewing week 6 games. Also, Griff will talk about who the MVP Canadates are, and who the Defensive Player of The Year Nominees are.
In the episode, Griff will discuss and review week three games; As well as sharing the news of the week; previewing Thursday Night Football game between the Packers and Eagles; And answering the question, who is the worst undefeated team? Who is the best win-less team?
In this episode, Griff will discuss and review last Sunday and Monday games; Introducing the "News of the Week", and what to look for in Thursday's night game between the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars.
In this somewhat brief episode, Griff argues that the Texans shouldn't receive so much hate for trading Jadeveon Clowney; Why they are in a better position now than they were with Clowney (considering the Texans have JJ Watt), and why the Seahawks are definitely not a "30-1" bet to win the superbowl.
In this episode, Griff will bring up arguments as to whether this Quarterback position is really the most important position. Arguments such as their impact on the team; Other positions that may be more important; The offensive identity of the team, and Quarterbacks that are amazing, and those who are not.
In this episode of "Innovative V. Conservative, Part 2", Griff argues why the term "Conservative" is a misrepresentation of coaches who are deemed "Conservative"; which coaches are deemed "Conservative", and why the term "Variation" trumps both conservative and innovative.
In this episode, Griff will explore the term innovative; Identify coaches who changed the game; Coaches who are now deemed innovative are not actually innovative; And why ultimately, being innovative is ruined by being in a "copy cat" league.
In this episode, Griff will talk about the differences between Rebuild and Reload; The advantages that term presents; The challenges that come along with; Why it depends on the state of the team, and why "worst to first" teams are anomalies.