Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray
Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray
About Let’s Go! with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray
Tom, Jim, and Larry are all together to discuss Frank Reich’s departure from the Carolina Panthers, how continuity is key in the NFL, and navigating online misinformation and criticism in the sports world. Then, they break down that amazing Eagles/Bills game, discuss the importance of decisiveness as QB, and share their excitement about Tiger Woods back out on the golf course.
Tom and Jim talk to Academy Award winner, Denzel Washington, to discuss the hard work and dedication behind his successful acting career, what motivates and inspires him, giving back to others, and what it feels like to win… and lose. Then, Denzel steps back into his role as Coach Herman Boone in “Remember the Titans” and improvs with Tom, shares his Thanksgiving traditions, and discusses the Cowboys.
Texans rookie QB, CJ Stroud, sits down with Tom and Jim to discuss the mindset he’s built going into this season, how having to grow up quickly during difficult times shaped his perspective on supporting his teammates, and betting on the Michigan/Ohio State game. Then, Tom shares what it was like meeting Victor Wembanyama and the origin of Peyton Manning’s “Omaha” call.
Tom and Jim discuss the importance of learning from younger people like Tom did with Gronk, the grand opening of the Hall of Excellence, and hilarious fan questions for Tom. Then, Larry joins Jim and gives his impression of the Texans’ rookie star, CJ Stroud, and describes what makes the Raiders such a strong team right now.
Bills QB Josh Allen joins Tom and Jim, and shares what it feels like to be a part of the Buffalo community alongside his teammates and the Bills Mafia. Tom gives Josh advice on running the ball from a QB perspective and the two share some of their favorite audibles. Then, Josh reflects on this past year since Damar Hamlin’s collapse on the field against Cincinnati and the meaning that it’s had for him and the team.
Tom and Jim are joined by national treasure, Shaquille O’Neal, and discuss the importance of role models and family support in achieving success, the alias Shaq would check into hotels with, and Shaq’s love/hate relationship with Jim over the years. Then, Shaq shares how he managed to continue having fun during and after his NBA career and his advice to younger players on how to use criticism to their benefit.
Tom and Jim discuss the difference between watching a game as a fan vs. playing on the field, the debatable no-call on final play in the Giants-Bills game, and Aaron Rodgers’ commendable determination to get back to playing. Then, Larry joins the two as they discuss the difficulty of being an undefeated team, the records they would want to hold in any sport, and the inclusion of flag football in the 2028 Olympics.
Tom and Jim discuss the Liberty-Aces WNBA Finals action, and all the crucial lessons of Week 5 in the NFL. Then, they are joined by YouTube sensation Mr. Beast to discuss his road to 200 million subscribers, his first viral video, what sets him apart from other YouTubers, and why influencer marketing is underrated.
Tom and Jim discuss the expectations athletes face to play their ultimate best and how even those at the top of their profession have flaws. A’ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces joins the conversation and discusses the importance of sacrifice in getting to the championship, how sold out games keeps her and her teammates on their toes, and the great rivalry with New York Liberty.
Tom, Larry, and Jim sit down with undisputed supermiddleweight champion Canelo Álvarez before he heads into his historic title fight against undisputed super welterweight champ, Jermell Charlo. Canelo shares how he’s avoided being knocked out in his boxing career, how discipline came so naturally to him, and why he wanted to learn how to speak English and play golf. Tom, Larry, and Jim continue discussing the importance of discipline in all aspirations, and how confidence comes from building something within yourself.
Tom, Larry, and Jim sit down with Colorado’s “Coach Prime” Deion Sanders and QB Shedeur Sanders, and learn more about their relationship on and off the field. Deion discusses Muhammad Ali’s impact on him, Tom’s mentorship and what it means to hear “Brady Mode”, and what he learned from Coach McAndrews that he still uses today. Shedeur explains what it’s like getting advice from Tom versus Deion, and what him and his dad have learned from each other.
Tom, Larry, and Jim are back to break down Week 2 of the NFL season... along with Peyton Manning too! Tom shares what it was like to be back on the field at Foxborough, and the three of them discuss what they’ve learned from transitioning careers. Peyton Manning joins the show and talks about ManningCast, how he and Tom went from being rivals to becoming good friends, and what his preparation for TV looks like, compared to his preparation on the field.
Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray are back for Season 3 of Let’s Go! Tom talks about what it’s like heading into a football season without being a player, how he’s managed to redirect his competitiveness, and his thoughts on the Patriots organization that saw him become of the most successful players of all time. Speaking of successful players, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs have a chance to do what what no one has done since Tom’s Patriots in 2005 and claim back-to-back Super Bowls. Chiefs coach Andy Reid joins the show to discuss why that accomplishment is so difficult, whether his star quarterback can get even better, and his preference between Kansas City Ribs and Philly Cheesesteaks.
So many incredible guests joined Let’s Go through the 2022-2023 season -- In January, Tom’s hero, Steve Young, and Steve’s hero, Roger Staubach, all caught up to chat about the importance of having players to idolize, and a whole lot more. And in December, the hilarious trio of Adam Sandler, Tracy Morgan and Bill Burr joined the show, to discuss the pressure of performing live, and playing in your hometown. Then, in February, Tom Brady announced his retirement from football. We listen back to Tom’s interview with Coach Bill Belichick, who talks about the foundation behind the greatest coach/QB partnership of all time, and we hear from Let’s Go co-host Larry Fitzgerald about the legacy of the seven-time champ.
Coming September 4th - Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray return for Season Three, breaking down every game, and hitting all the biggest storylines in football. Subscribe today so you never miss a moment of in-depth football talk, and the best guests in the world of podcasting.
Enjoy the most memorable moments and the biggest names from the 2022-2023 season of Let's Go! Re-live conversations with: - Superstars of today, like Aaron Judge and Kevin Durant - Comedy legends, like Adam Sandler, Tracy Morgan, Bill Burr, and Kenan Thompson - The most powerful voices in sports, like Charles Barkley and Stephen A. Smith - A man in a category by himself, in Snoop Dogg - The icons who inspired Tom Brady, like Steve Young and Roger Staubach - Two of the greatest coaches of all time, in Andy Reid and Bill Belichick - Hall of Famer Peyton Manning and future Hall of Famer Rob Gronkowski - The two most important people on Tom Brady's career journey - Galynn Brady and Tom Brady Sr. Plus many more, with Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, and Jim Gray.
Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray break down Patrick Mahomes’ performance in yet another comeback win in Super Bowl 57. Larry discusses how the game turned on Kadarius Toney's punt return, and whether the late penalty on James Bradberry truly decided the game. Larry compares how the loss should propel Jalen Hurts forward like it did for him after Super Bowl XLIII. And Jim and Larry give their thoughts on the future of Aaron Rodgers, and the greatness of Rihanna.
Tom Brady and Jim Gray break down Super Bowl LVII, and Tom watching three different ways – as a player, as a fan, and as a future broadcaster. Tom describes how the KC gameplan brought new elements to the offense while still playing to their strengths, and how Philly just played like the same Philly. Tom gets into what makes Patrick Mahomes the champion he is, what will motivate Jalen Hurts going forward, and the amazing journey of the Kelce brothers. Why can no one defend Travis Kelce? Tom explains, with a hat tip to the ageless Andy Reid. Plus, Tom’s take on Rihanna, Super Bowl Halftime shows, and the future of Aaron Rodgers.
Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray talk about Tom Brady retiring after 23 incredible years in the NFL. Then, they get into Super Bowl week, and how players can deal with a strange period of time leading into the biggest game of their lives. Larry discusses what his home, Phoenix, can get out of hosting the big game. Finally, they talk about the game itself - Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts are both dealing with injuries. Can the opposing defenses exploit that? And will it decide the game? Larry thinks the Chiefs have the coaching advantage, with the more experienced Andy Reid against Nick Sirianni... but he picks the Eagles to win the game, and explains why.
Tom Brady and Jim Gray talk about Tom's decision to retire after 23 seasons in the NFL. Then, his coach for 20 of those seasons, Bill Belichick joins the show to talk about the foundation behind the greatest coach/QB partnership of all time, what each of the two has learned from each other, and their road to six Super Bowl wins. Rob Gronkowski pops into the conversation with for a quick roast of Tom, before Peyton Manning joins to talk about their long relationship, on and off the field, being both friends and rivals, and how to decide the right time to walk away. Finally, Tom's parents drop in to talk about his storied career and their family connection, and congratulatory wishes from Patrick Mahomes, Oprah Winfrey, and more.
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