2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
3-6-1, 1st in NFC East

Hour 1: Thanksgiving

Jordan and Shae Cornette are in for Keyshawn Jay and Zubin and begin the show giving thanks for lots of things. We arent thankful for seeing the Steelers and Ravens game getting postponed. We break down the moving parts of the Thanksgiving Day slate and also, what would your favorite NFL team be if it were a Thanksgiving dish. Bart Scott joins to break down the big rivalry.


Hour 2; Power Struggle in Tampa?

Max talks about the disadvantage the Steelers are experiencing with another game rescheduled. Warren Sharp says the Rams can win the Super Bowl. Max all over Doug Pederson's press conference answer on benching Carson Wentz. Max tells you why he's ordering Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.

The ripple effects of benching Wentz in Philly (1:06)

Hour 1; Brady and the Bucs Struggle Again

Tom Brady struggles again. Is this on Brady or Coach Arians? Do you trust Brady in the moment of truth? Rams are true contenders. Kendrick Perkins answers if this year's Lakers team is stronger than last year and if the Clippers improved at all. Max says it's too late for the Eagles to bench Carson Wentz because 'He's Finished!' Callers agree with Max that Wentz is done.

Who will win the NFC East? (2:27)

Hour 1: Rams Rolling

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show recapping the impressive win from the Rams last night. They beat the Bucs on the heels of their defense. Should we be concerned for the Bucs? Mo Egger joins the show to discuss what the feeling is like in Cincinnati after the injury to Joe Burrow.


Hahn: I'm on Swinney's side

Rex Ryan joins the show for his weekly spot, and we react to Dabo Swinney's most recent comments on Audio Files.

Max calls for Wentz to be benched (1:41)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Remaining strength of schedule rank for NFC East teams, according to FPI: Eagles: 5 Washington: 11 Giants: 22 Cowboys: 26 Despite that, FPI does still consider the Eagles the division favorite at 44%, both because it thinks they are the best of the four teams and because of their half-game lead in the standings.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

On plays with 0 pass rush wins -- meaning no defender beat his blocker within 2.5 seconds of the snap -- Carson Wentz has a QBR of 44. Dead last.


Hour 4: A Burrow Blessing?

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour of the show wondering what will come of the Bengals after a injury to their star. Joe Burrow likely tore his ACL, and Carson Palmer joined the show to discuss. He thinks it could be a blessing in disguise because the Bengals are so inept across the board. Do we agree? Mike Carey joins the show to discuss the significance of the NFL rolling out the first all Black ref crew on Monday Night Football. Louis Riddick joins to prep us on the big matchup tonight, and what the Eagles should do with Carson Wentz.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles signed RB Jordan Howard to their practice squad Monday. He was waived by the Dolphins last week after signing a two-year, $9.75 million deal with them in the offseason. Howard returns to Philadelphia, where he played in 2019 and rushed for 525 yards and 6 TDs in 10 games.


Hour 3: Lakers new Additions

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour three wondering how the NBA allowed the Lakers to retool that quickly. The new additions to the roster, most recently Marc Gasol, can help them repeat as champions. Brian Windhorst joins the show to discuss what we can expect to see in the remaining offseason. Do the Raiders have the scheme to beat the Chiefs?


Hour 2: What's wrong in Wentzylvania

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two wondering if it is time for a QB change in Philly. Another sad showing from Carson Wentz has the guys wondering what the next move is for the Birds. Dan Orlovsky joins the show to talk about his boy and what could be coming down the pike for Carson.


Hour 1: Mahomes Mania

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show discussing how the Raiders let the Chiefs off the hook. Is Patrick Mahomes now the MVP leader? Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to discuss what he saw this weekend in the NFL and what on Earth is up with Carson Wentz?

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Eagles coach: Wrong message if Wentz benched

Eagles coach Doug Pederson said after Sunday's loss to the Browns that he has no plans to bench Carson Wentz as doing so would send the "wrong message ... that this season is over."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

All 7 of Travis Fulgham's targets today were tight windows, meaning the nearest defender was within 1 yard at the time of ball arrival, per NFL Next Gen Stats. He caught 1 of the 7 for 8 yards.

Team Stats

Passing Yards209.028th
Rushing Yards121.112th
Points For21.824th
Points Against25.417th