The Skip and Shannon: Undisputed podcast. Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, and Joy Taylor discuss the biggest topics of the day. It's unscripted and unfiltered. Don't miss the television show Monday-Friday at 9:30am ET on FS1.
Ahead of tonight’s Cowboys vs Vikings game, Shannon challenges Cowboys tight end Jason Witten to a 40-yard dash. Skip suggests that Floyd Mayweather is in serious trouble now that Conor McGregor has a boxing license. The guys both suggest Russell Westbrook is doing things they haven’t seen done before in the NBA. Plus, Ray Lewis comes by to give an in-studio demonstration of how middle linebackers should protect themselves. Finally, FS1 NBA Analyst Chris Broussard jumps in the debate to preview how LeBron and the Cavs are prepping for the Clippers.
After their win over the Vikings, Skip pinpoints the difference between Tony Romo & Dak Prescott. Shannon has an interesting take on what LeBron must do to get the Cavs back on track. Plus, the guys debate the latest war of words between Cam Newton & Richard Sherman, and former NFL GM Michael Lombardi tells you what Belichick will do without Gronk. Finally, FS1 NBA Analyst Chris Broussard comes by to pump the brakes on any panic with the Golden State Warriors.
Shannon believes Cam Newton should be treated different than the rest of the Carolina Panthers and should never be benched for dress code violations. The debate turns to the AFC West, where Skip and Shannon discuss Oakland's Super Bowl chances, while former NFL GM Michael Lombardi calls Jeff Fisher and the Rams offense a high school team. Plus, 4-time Pro Bowl Cornerback Antonio Cromartie drops by to add perspective on why he believes Tom Brady is the best quarterback of all-time. Finally, Skip tells you why Jim Harbaugh was dealt a bad hand.
Shannon turns to history to argue why Steve Kerr made the wrong choice in not letting Klay Thompson play the 4th quarter. Skip predicts 10 days rest is all his Dallas Cowboys need to prepare for the New York Giants. Plus, former NFL head coach Eric Mangini is here to tell us why Ezekiel Elliott is the Cowboys’ MVP. Also, FS1 NBA Analyst Chris Broussard comes in to reveal he doesn't see how the Thunder can be considered the best team in the West. Finally, Rob Parker tell us why - even after last night’s embarrassing loss - the Jets should keep Todd Bowles.
Skip has issues with the behavior of Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, while Jerry Jones has some interesting comments about two of his star players. Shannon breaks down the recent back and forth between LeBron James and Phil Jackson and Fox Sports NBA Analyst Chris Broussard jumps in to preview tonight's Warriors - Clippers matchup. Plus, Rob Parker is in studio to explain why he believes Tom Brady does not get enough credit for what he has accomplished.
In anticipation of the Sunday night matchup between the Cowboys and Giants, Skip calls the New York football team a bunch of whiners. Shannon claims LeBron sent a direct message to Phil Jackson at Madison Square Garden last night. The guys bet a case of Diet Mountain Dew on tonight's Raiders - Chiefs game. Plus Fox Sports NBA Analyst Chris Broussard shares his thoughts on why the Clippers can't get past the Warriors. Finally, Baron Davis comes by to talk about fellow UCLA guard Russell Westbrook's amazing start to the NBA season.
Shannon makes the claim that the cold weather in Kansas City made Derek Carr look like Brock Osweiler. Skip predicts Dallas will be ready to avenge their only blemish on their season Sunday night. The guys preview the much anticipated Seattle and Green Bay matchup and debate whether Russell Westbrook can keep rewriting NBA history. Plus, Rob Parker is in studio to discuss Eli Manning and Tom Brady.
Shannon brings the heat on Skip while explaining how the New York Giants confused Dak Prescott last night, while Skip claims all that last night proved was that Dallas has a top-five defense. The guys react to the blowout win by Green Bay against Seattle, and what it means for the NFC playoff picture. Former Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress is in studio to talk about why this Giants team is a lot like the 2007 Giants, and why the Steelers are the most dangerous team in the AFC. Also, former NFL GM Michael Lombardi is here to talk about tonight's test for the Patriots against the Ravens.
Skip makes the case that last night was clearly one of Tom Brady's best regular season performances of his career, and the guys react to the latest round of comments from Jerry Jones on the Dallas quarterback situation. We officially welcome Hall of Famer Cris Carter to the Fox Family and he declares the Patriots are the best team in the NFL and Tom Brady is as good as he has ever been right now. Plus, former NFL GM Michael Lombardi drops by the studio to lend some insight on why the Rams decided to fire Jeff Fisher and who could be a possible replacement.
Shannon describes the war of words between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather as a strong-arm technique for McGregor to get a better deal from the UFC. Skip takes a surprising stance on Lebron's possible coaching future. The guys react to the criticism from Richard Sherman about Thursday Night Football. Plus, FS1 NFL Analyst Cris Carter comes in studio to share his personal story on addiction and his advice for Johnny Manziel. Also, Ray Lewis shares the backstory on his talk with Dak Prescott and his belief in the rookie quarterback.