Chris Broussard: Browns are right to stick with Baker Mayfield I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Baltimore Ravens pulled out an ugly win against the Cleveland Browns, and with Baker Mayfield’s injuries, Nick wright thinks it’s time Cleveland sits the quarterback out in favor of Case Keenum. Watch to see why Chris Broussard thinks the Browns are right to stick with Baker.

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Nick Wright: Patriots are clearly and obviously not the best team in the AFC I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Kevin Wildes is ready to call his New England Patriots the best team in the AFC after they defeat the Tennessee Titans Sunday night, but Nick Wright isn’t sold. While Nick admits Mac Jones played well, and the Patriots have the best coach in the history of the NFL in Bill Belichick, watch him explain why the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills are still better teams than New England.

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Nick Wright: A Michigan win over Ohio State would be the best win of the Harbaugh-era by a country mile I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Nick Wright shares his thoughts on Jim Harbaugh leading up the Ohio State Buckeyes-
Michigan Wolverines matchup. “Jim Harbaugh’s record against Ohio State and Michigan State has been an abomination, and that is how Michigan coaches are judged. … A win over Ohio State would be the best win of the Harbaugh-era by a country mile.”

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Chris Broussard decides whether it's the Rams or the Packers who needs this Week 12 win more I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Green Bay Packers will face off against the Los Angeles Rams this weekend, and the First Things First crew decide which of these teams need this win more. Chris Broussard tells Nick Wright, Kevin Wildes and Michael Vick why Matthew Stafford’s less than desirable performance over the last few games are putting the Rams in the hot seat, and he needs this win to prove he’s the quarterback he was thought to be in the beginning of the season.

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Nick Wright is starting to doubt the Cowboys’ ability to make the Super Bowl I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Dallas Cowboys suffered a heart-breaking overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving Day, leading Nick Wright to question whether this Dallas team should be pressing the panic button. Watch as Nick tells Michael Vick, Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes why he isn’t sure the Cowboys will make it as far as a game before the Super Bowl.

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Nick Wright: If Bills lost the AFC East, it would be a huge in-season choke job I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Are the Buffalo Bills the team to beat in the AFC East after last night’s win over the New Orleans Saints? Nick Wright says they better be. Watch as he breaks down for Kevin Wildes and Chris Broussard why the Bills losing the AFC East would be the culmination of one of the bigger in-season choke jobs in modern NFL history.

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Nick Wright: LeBron James just played his best game of the season in Lakers’ win over Pacers I FIRST THINGS FIRST

LeBron James just played his best game of the season after being suspending for the altercation with Detroit Piston’s player Isaiah Stewart. Leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a win against the Indiana Pacers, Nick Wright points out why we’re getting this version of LeBron as a response to him being attacked on all fronts. Watch as Nick lays out what this means for the rest of the Lakers’ season.

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Nick Wright: The Lakers as presently constituted are broken I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Los Angeles Lakers suffered a loss to the New York Knicks, and while Chris Broussard isn’t panicking, Nick Wright says this is yet another sign that the Lakers’ offense cannot and will not work as it presently stands. Watch as Nick points out his biggest worries when it comes to the Lakers.

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Chris Broussard: I won’t panic over a Lakers’ loss that didn’t involve LeBron James I FIRST THINGS FIRST

With LeBron James sitting out due to suspension, the Los Angeles Lakers took on the New York Knicks and lost 106-100. Chris Broussard tells Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes why a loss for the Lakers doesn’t concern him if LeBron or Anthony Davis aren’t involved.

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Chris Broussard: ‘LeBron James’ one-game suspension is fine, but the league is too lenient on Isaiah Stewart’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The League has reached a decision on how it will deal with the on-court altercation between LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart when the Los Angeles Lakers took on the Detroit Pistons on Sunday. LeBron will be suspended for 1 game after fouling Isaiah, and Isaiah will miss 2 games for escalating the situations. Chris Broussard tells Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes why he thinks these repercussions are too lenient for Isaiah.

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Nick Wright wonders if Browns’ quarterback Baker Mayfield has any allies left I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Baker Mayfield’s decision to skip the press conference after the Cleveland Browns barely scraped out a win against the Detroit Lions has rubbed many the wrong way, and his response to the criticism isn’t helping. Nick Wright talks Baker’s comments, and tells Kevin Wildes and Chris Broussard whether he believes the Browns’ quarterback has any allies left.

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Nick Wright: ‘Obviously Giants should move on from Judge & Jones, but Gettleman is the problem’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The New York Giants’ blow out loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneets leads Nick Wright to question: who’s to blame for another lost season for the Giants? While many are pointing to Joe Judge and Daniel Jones, Nick tells Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes why it’s Dave Gettleman who’s got to go.

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Michael Vick: Dak Prescott deserves some blame for Cowboys’ loss to Chiefs I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Michael Vick joins First Things First to talk the Dallas Cowboys after they suffered a disappointing loss to the Kansas City Chiefs win Week 11. According to Vick, the Cowboys’ offense collectively is responsible for this loss, as Dak Prescott was never able to find his footing throughout the game. Watch as he breaks down the game, and points out what the Cowboys will need to improve if they want to make a deep playoff run.

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Chris Broussard: ‘I don’t believe LeBron James intentionally injured Isaiah Stewart’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Broussard gives LeBron James the benefit of the doubt after the Los Angeles Lakers’ star was ejected for elbowing Detroit Pistons’ Isaiah Stewart in the face. But Stewart’s reaction to the blow warrants a suspension, according to Broussard. Watch as Broussard tells Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes why the league needs to send a message that Isaiah’s behavior was unacceptable.

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Nick Wright celebrates Kansas City’s win over Dallas: ‘Chiefs are again the team to beat in AFC’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Nick Wright celebrates after the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the Dallas Cowboys 19-9 on Sunday. The Chiefs’ defense forced a fumble, recovered to interceptions, and kept the pressure on Dak Prescott, with a 5 total sacks for the game. Nick Wright tells Kevin Wildes and Chris Broussard why this win means all paths to the Super Bowl will have to come through Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.

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Chris Broussard breaks down why Baker Mayfield needs a Week 11 win more than Russell Wilson I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Baker Mayfield or Russell Wilson: Which of these quarterbacks have more on the line this Sunday? With both the Cleveland Browns and the Seattle Seahawks going into Week 11 with less than desirable season records, Chris Broussard makes the case for why it’s Baker that needs this win more than Russ.

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Nick Wright says his Chiefs are still the team to beat: ‘But the Cowboys could do it’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

According to Chris Broussard, the Kansas City Chiefs have a lot riding on the Sunday matchup against the Dallas Cowboys, and Nick Wright agrees. if Patrick Mahomes can pull out a win, this will prove that the Chiefs are back after a rocky season. Watch as he lays out what he’ll need to see from the Chiefs to show that they’ve made a comeback, and why believes the Dak Prescott have more to gain from a win.

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Nick Wright: The Patriots’ win over the Falcons wasn’t about Mac Jones I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Are we giving Mac Jones too much credit after the New England Patriots shut out the Atlanta Falcons 25-0. Nick Wright thinks so. Though 5 straight wins is an accomplishment for Bill Belichick’s team, Nick lays out for Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes why last night’s win was more about a list of things, and none of it was Mac Jones.

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Chris Broussard decides which players are under duress going into Week 11 I FIRST THINGS FIRST

It’s the start of Week 11, and Chris Broussard reveals the 5 players he believes are under the most pressure to come out with a win. Watch to see whether Broussard thinks Cam Newton can repeat his performance in Carolina after leading the Panthers to a win against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10, and if Broussard thinks Patrick Mahomes can eliminate any doubt that the Kansas City Chiefs are back with a win against the Dallas Cowboys. Plus,. see who Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes think deserve a spot on Broussard’s list.

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Nick Wright: This Lakers team is going to need a magic trick from LeBron James I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Nick Wright and Chris Broussard share their reactions from last night’s performance by the LeBron James-less Los Angeles Lakers. The Milwaukee Bucks took the win, 109-102, and Giannis Antetokounmpo was dominant where Anthony Davis was timid, but Nick doesn’t blame AD for this loss. Watch as Nick reveals why we should look to Frank Vogel for an explanation, and why LeBron is going to need a magic trick to pull this Lakers team together.

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Nick Wright’s opinion on Mac Jones hasn’t changed, despite Patriots’ success I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro safety Tyrann Mathieu rips draft day critics of Mac Jones:
“Mac Jones wasn’t trendy enough for y’all at first, now y’all love him.” While Nick Wright agrees with Mathieu, he maintains that his opinion on the New England Patriots’ quarterback hasn’t changed. Watch as Nick breaks down why Mac Jones is still a first-year QB with a low ceiling.

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Nick Wright reveals his NFL Tiers heading into Week 11 of the season I FIRST THINGS FIRST

After a weekend of blowout wins, Nick Wright reveals his NFL Tiers heading into Week 11. Watch to see whether the Dallas Cowboys can top the list for the 3rd time in a row, and where his beloved Kansas City Chiefs end up after coming out on top against the Las Vegas Raiders.

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Chris Broussard: ‘Right now, Warriors are the best basketball team in the world’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Broussard isn’t ready to name the Golden State Warriors the favorites to win a title yet, but after they defeated the Brooklyn Nets 117-99 last night, he is ready to call them the best team in basketball right now. Watch as he breaks down why Steph Curry’s performance and the return of Klay Thompson could be the thing that pushes this team over the edge for him.

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Nick Wright: ‘Russell Wilson may be getting stale with the Seahawks’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

After the Seahawks get shut out by the Green Bay Packers last weekend, Nick Wright says this isn’t the beginning, but the middle of the end of Russell Wilson in Seattle. Watch as he breaks down why he believes both the Seahawks and Russ may be better off if they go their separate ways.

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Chris Broussard: Baker Mayfield hasn’t proved he’s the guy for the Browns I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Broussard says there’s no rush for the Cleveland Browns to move off of Baker Mayfield, despite back-to-back disappointing losses, but Broussard also says he doesn’t believe Baker has proven he’s the guy for the Browns. Watch as Broussard breaks down the quarterback situation in Cleveland.

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Nick Wright: ‘Rams should be concerned about their path to the Super Bowl’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Should the Los Angeles Rams be concerned after losing their Monday night game to the San Francisco 49ers? Nick Wright thinks so. Watch as he lays out the potential path to the Super Bowl for Matt Stafford and Sean McVay, and why they’ll need to get it together fast if they want to make a play for a ring this season.

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