The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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The Herd with Colin Cowherd is a thought-provoking, opinionated, and topic-driven journey through the top sports stories of the day.

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Colin previews the AFC with RJ Bell and Steve Fezzik and talks about the teams Vegas thinks are underrated and overrated in this exclusive podcast.

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Best of The Herd: 12/10/2018



Colin thinks Dak Prescott needs to recognize his own limitations and not ask for too much money from the Cowboys because they cannot win if he does. He thinks the Rams are turning into what most Los Angeles teams turn in to and it is not good. Plus, Hall of Famer Michael Irvin comes in studio to discuss why he knew Amari Cooper was just what the Cowboys needed to turn their season around. Presented by Perky Jerky.

Colin discusses the latest Dallas Cowboys win and what it means, the Chicago Bears beating the Los Angeles Rams, the Oakland Raiders firing GM Reggie McKenzie, and where he was right and wrong over the weekend. Guests include Michael Irvin, Winston Moss, Cris Carter, and Tony Gonzalez.

Subscribe here to the All Ball with Doug Gottlieb Podcast This week, Gottlieb defends the current college transfer rules, defends KD's recent comments, explains why Melo won't be a Laker, and talks Stadium college hoops insider Jeff Goodman on Duke surpassing Kentucky in recruiting, his top NBA Draft prospects, player of the year candidates and title contenders. Follow Doug on twitter and submit podcast questions at @GottliebShow and go to to find the latest All Ball content. 

Coming off another disappointing week Colin tries to rebound and gives his Blazing 5 picks from week 14 to RJ Bell of and Fox Sports Radio who tells him which ones the wise guys in Vegas agree with. Plus, Colin releases a special bonus pick that was not included in his Blazing 5.

Best of The Herd: 12/07/2018



Colin thinks the most predictable game of the weekend is the Packers blowing out the Falcons because Aaron Rodgers will want to show everyone that their struggles were Mike mcCarthy's fault. He pleads with LeBron James to not bring in his friend Carmelo Anthony. Plus, The MMQB's Albert Breer explains why Josh McDaniels is more likely to become the next Packers head coach not Jim Harbaugh 

Subscribe here to the 3 and Out with John Middlekauff Podcast 3 and Out with John Middlekauff is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. 3 and Out is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in the NFL and college football. John brings his unique perspective as a former NFL scout, NFL analyst and radio host. In this episode, John gives his thoughts on the Titans TNF manhandling of the Jags, why the Jags drafting Leonard Fournette over Christian McCaffrey was a huge draft whiff, why Kyler Murray should win the Heisman over Tua, and the Rams all warm weather path to a Super Bowl. He also previews NFL Week 14, and answers listener questions from the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on twitter @JohnMiddlekauff and go to to find the latest content.

Colin discusses why Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is like Golden State Warriors F Kevin Durant, why the Los Angeles Lakers don't need Carmelo Anthony, why New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is special, why the Jacksonville Jaguars could move and nobody would care, and the Blazing 5 picks for the weekend. Guests include DeAngelo Hall, Albert Breer, Eric Dickerson, Bill Burr, and Jason McIntyre.

Best of The Herd: 12/06/2018



Colin thinks the Lakers need to stop worrying about developing their young guys and just get stars that can win with LeBron. He says the Packers need to hire a coach that makes things uncomfortable for Aaron Rodgers. Plus, Greg Cosell of NFL Films talks about what is wrong with Cam Newton and why Russell Wilson has been winning playing a different style than we are used to seeing. Presented by Perky Jerky.

Colin discusses why LeBron James IS the Los Angeles Lakers, what the Green Bay Packers need to do to control QB Aaron Rodgers, why Oklahoma City Thunder G Russell Westbrook's triple double from last night isn't important, and why he doesn't like nicknames. Guests include Chris Broussard, Greg Cosell, Michael Rapaport, T. J. Houshmandzadeh, and Jay Glazer.

Best of The Herd: 12/05/2018



Colin thinks Aaron Rodgers has too much power in Green Bay and now even assistant coaches get fired for wanting to hold him accountable. He thinks there’s no debate that LeBron is the most impactful player of all time. Plus, Nick Wright of FS1's "First Things First" explains why Kevin Durant is being disingenuous and tells Colin why Baker is different than almost any other QB and that’s not a bad thing. Presented by Perky Jerky.