The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

Two seasoned veteran reporters collide as FSR hosts and FS1 analysts Chris Broussard and Rob Parker partner to provide listeners a credible and...Full Bio

Hour 1 - The Jets Have the Inside Track on Aaron Rodgers + Comedian/Actor Gary Owen

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Chris and Rob debate whether or not the hiring of Nathaniel Hackett as the next offensive coordinator of the Jets gives New York the inside track to land Aaron Rodgers and explain why all of the reports discussing the dysfunction surrounding the New England Patriots offense last season could have been avoided if Bill Belichick didn’t insist on hiring his buddies. Plus, The Athletic national NFL writer Mike Jones swings by to discuss how the hiring of Frank Reich over Steve Wilks in Carolina shows that the NFL still has an issue giving black men the head gig, what – if anything – can be done to ensure minority coaches get a fair shake and much more!

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Hour 2 - Blame Bill Belichick for This Patriots Nightmare + The Athletic NFL writer Mike Jones

Chris and Rob explain why all of the reports discussing the dysfunction surrounding the New England Patriots offense last season could have been avoided if Bill Belichick didn’t insist on hiring his buddies, and the Odd Couple Crew discuss their favorite local sportscasters in this week’s edition of Shop Talk. Plus, The Athletic national NFL writer Mike Jones swings by to discuss how the hiring of Frank Reich over Steve Wilks in Carolina shows that the NFL still has an issue giving black men the head gig, what – if anything – can be done to ensure minority coaches get a fair shake and much more!

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Hour 3 - AFC Championship-level Trash Talk

Chris and Rob discuss the ongoing trash talk between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs players heading into the AFC Championship game and explain why they believe new Carolina head coach Frank Reich will have the same problems with the Panthers as he did with the Indianapolis Colts since he still doesn’t have a franchise quarterback. Plus, the guys go head-to-head in a very special NBA All-Star Game edition of Teichert’s Tower of Trivia.

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Chris and Rob debate whether or not NFL quarterbacks make too much money relative to the rest of the roster, debate whether or not LeBron James recent scoring spree at age-38 is all that impressive given that the Los Angeles Lakers are still losing most of these games and take the NBA to task after yet another marquee matchup was ruined by load management (this time by Denver Nuggets superstar Nikola Jokic).

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Hour 1 - NFL Quarterbacks Make Too Much Money + Super Bowl champion Greg Jennings

Chris and Rob debate whether or not NFL quarterbacks make too much money relative to the rest of the roster, tell us if the NBA's on-court draft for the upcoming All-Star game is actually a good idea and take a trip out to Shekel City for Rob's nightly bets. Plus, Super Bowl champion and FOX Sports Radio NFL analyst Greg Jennings swings by to discuss the salary discrepancy between NFL quarterbacks and the rest of the players, why he still believes Daniel Jones is a top-10 quarterback and much more!

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Hour 2 - Nothing Impressive About LeBron's Play This Year + NBA champion Eddie House

Chris and Rob debate whether or not LeBron James recent scoring spree at age-38 is all that impressive given that the Los Angeles Lakers are still losing most of these games and tell us why they have a problem with the Buffalo Bills general manager using the salary cap as an excuse for getting blown out by the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional round. Plus, NBA champion and FOX Sports Radio NBA analyst Eddie House swings by to discuss LeBron’s play as of late, Pat Riley’s assertion that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s longevity makes him the GOAT and much more!

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Hour 3 - The NBA Has a Very Big Problem on Their Hands + Spurs injury analyst Dr Evan Jeffries

Chris and Rob take the NBA to task after yet another marquee matchup was ruined by load management (this time by Denver Nuggets superstar Nikola Jokic) and tell us why they agree with LeBron and Savannah James being more protective of their son Bronny during his college recruitment process. Plus, sports injury analyst Dr Evan Jeffries swings by to discuss the idea of load management, Patrick Mahomes’ bum ankle, Jalen Hurts’ lingering shoulder injury and much more!

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Inside the Parker: Scott Rolen Doesn't Belong in the Hall of Fame + MLB Network insider Jon Morosi

On the latest MLB offseason edition of  Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob leads off with his take on Scott Rolen being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame by the BBWAA. Needless to say, Mr. Parker was not a fan of the result. The only thing he has a bigger problem with is the fact that Rolen will be enshrined alongside Fred McGriff, who was previously let in ‘through the backdoor’ by the Contemporary Era Committee when he couldn’t garner enough votes to get in through the BBWAA. Thankfully, Rob has a plan in place that he thinks could fix the Hall of Fame voting process so things like this don’t happen again. Later, MLB Network and FOX Sports Radio MLB insider Jon Morosi swings by to discuss why Rolen got in over guys with arguably better resumes like Keith Hernandez, which of the finalists he would have voted for if given the opportunity, why Rolen’s candidacy seemed to get stronger the longer he was on the ballot, the narrative that previous Hall of Famers have become devalued now that good-but-not-great players (like Rolen) are enshrined alongside them and much more!

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Inside the Parker: Scott Rolen Doesn't Belong in the Hall of Fame + MLB Network insider Jon Morosi

On the latest MLB offseason edition of  Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob leads off with his take on Scott Rolen being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame by the BBWAA. Needless to say, Mr. Parker was not a fan of the result. The only thing he has a bigger problem with is the fact that Rolen will be enshrined alongside Fred McGriff, who was previously let in ‘through the backdoor’ by the Contemporary Era Committee when he couldn’t garner enough votes to get in through the BBWAA. Thankfully, Rob has a plan in place that he thinks could fix the Hall of Fame voting process so things like this don’t happen again. Later, MLB Network and FOX Sports Radio MLB insider Jon Morosi swings by to discuss why Rolen got in over guys with arguably better resumes like Keith Hernandez, which of the finalists he would have voted for if given the opportunity, why Rolen’s candidacy seemed to get stronger the longer he was on the ballot, the narrative that previous Hall of Famers have become devalued now that good-but-not-great players (like Rolen) are enshrined alongside them and much more!

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