It’s Super Bowl week, so what better time for this encore episode with NFL Hall of Famers, James Lofton and Warren Moon?!
Timely, too, as some of what we discussed in the summer of 2020 — in between hilarious laughter — is in today’s sports headlines. Namely, why are there so few Black coaches and owners in the NFL?
James and Warren don’t hold back on the serious perspectives or the gut-busting laughter. And there’s plenty to crack up about when three old friends get together and let it rip!
How lucky am I?! It isn’t every day that you get to sit down with two football legends. Lofton had a stellar career as a wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers, Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles.
Fans know Moon as the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, and of course, the Houston Oilers.
This really is one of my all time favorite episodes, for so many reasons.
But I must confess, what excited me most was the chance to talk to them together about that famous playoff game between the Oilers and the Bills at the end of the 1992 season.
Yes, we go there! (Sorry, Warren 🙃) If you have no idea what I’m talking about, Google “biggest blown lead in NFL history” and then be sure and listen until the end of the podcast. I promise, you won’t be sorry!
This is the episode to get you in the mood for Sunday’s big game. Enjoy — and good luck to the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams!
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