The Pat & Aaron Show starts by Pat Donovan talking about the Boston Bruins announcer who fat shamed Pat Maroon, and how he is donating $2,000 to Tampa Bay Thrives. Then the guys get into a debate about who fat shames, and that Pat Donovan doesn't see it coming from college campuses. The conversation transitions into a preview of Monday Night Football between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers & New Orleans Saints. Aaron Jacobson says the team needs to play as a unit and the best they have ever played. The hour continues with a discussion about the chances that the Tampa Bay Rays could pick up Jacob DeGrom, and then wraps up with Today's Top Headlines.
The 7:00 AM stars off by talking about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers going out to dinner to air grievances, and the debate is if this is a bad sign for where the team is. Then Pat Donovan breaks down how great his meal was at Charley's, and that everyone needs to check out the Lobster Biscuit. The continues on with some audio as Patrick Peterson says that Kyler Murray only cares about himself.
The next segment is an in-depth discussion about some women who settled lawsuits with Deshaun Watson will be attending the game, and if this will leave an impact or not. Then the hour ends with "The Pat & Aaron Show Injury Report" with Dr. Neil Kumar from the Florida Orthopedic Institute, as he calls in for the weekly segment. The topics include CJ Gardner-Johnson, Tristan Wirfs, Eddie Jackson, Najee Harris, and more.
The 8:00 AM hour begins with a discussion about the chances of Tom Brady returning to the New England Patriots, and what that could mean for the future of his career. The one and only Rick Stroud calls in for his weekly segment. He first starts off by explaining why Todd Bowles should of taken accountability for not using any timeouts at the end of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cleveland Browns this past Sunday.
Then Rick Stroud explains how the teams offense has been predictable, and that the Buccaneers rely too much on the defense. The discussion then moves towards the offensive line being beat up, and the chances that it'll work on Monday against the New Orleans Saints. Pat Donovan then brings up the longevity of Tom Brady's career because he avoids injury, but that also means he gives up on plays easily. The show finishes up with The Blender & a quick wrap.