The 6:00 AM hour of "The Pat & Aaron Show" as Aaron Jacobson isn't in the best mood because of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss to the Cleveland Browns. Aaron then explains why he is devastated that Tristan Wirfs is hurt, and that the game didn't need to go into overtime. Then the guys take calls from listeners who are depressed that they are out of leftovers from Thanksgiving, and that the depression about the loss is hitting the fans. Then they discuss why Tom Brady let them down at some points, how Mike Evans needs to quit looking for flags and stop giving up on plays, and the missed tackles from the team. Then the hour finishes up with executive producer Ryan Hoppe reading off "Today's Top Headlines." Then Aaron Jacobson's dad calls in to talk about how his son might have a gambling problem.
The 7:00 AM hour begins by Aaron Jacobson explaining why he is disappointed in Todd Bowles & Byron Leftwich and the decisions they made during the game. Then some audio is played from Todd Bowles where he doesn't seem to get the question that was asked of him. Then they take calls from listeners who express their frustration for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss to the Cleveland Browns. Then a callers gives his opinion that the Glazer family doesn't get enough criticism, and Pat & Aaron defend him.
Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report calls into "The Pat & Aaron Show" for his weekly segment. He first begins by explaining why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were not ready at all for Nick Chubb. He goes on to explain the lack of attention to coaching by Todd Bowles, and how he is inept at using his timeouts. Scott Reynolds goes on to explain why the loss of Tristan Wirf is huge for the offensive line, and that they need to figure it out before the New Orleans Saints. That and more in this week's segment!
Then the 8:00 AM hours with a bunch of calls from listeners who are throwing out different ideas of what's wrong with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Then Nick WIze calls in for his College Football Rewind, live from his house. He gives his take on the college football ranking, Deion Sanders potentially going to USF, when fans storm the field after a game, and more. The show continues on with The Blender, and then the show wraps up everything.