The Pat & Aaron Show begins with Aaron Jacobson & Nick Wize as they can not believe that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New Orleans Saints. Nick Wize throws out the idea that a lot of people left the stadium early, and he wonders what they are thinking. Aaron Jacobson says that the Bucs should always play like there is two minutes in the game. Nick Wize then explains why it was important that Todd Bowles had a lot of trust in his defense, and that that is a good thing.
Then the guys take calls from listeners who have a wide range of opinions. The callers have stories of going to bed early, being surprised that they won, and that the offense is still bad (even with the win.) Then Aaron Jacobson talks about how predictable the offense has been under Byron Leftwich, and that Todd Bowles is still really good at coaching defense. Another discussion is how they are always playing from behind, and that it's the same thing every week. Then it's Situation Men to end the 7:00 AM hour.
Then the 8:00 AM hour begins by debating how much of the blame for the offense should go on Byron Leftwich and Tom Brady? A few callers call up with some real hot takes, and Aaron and Nick give their opinion. Then the guys debate about why they aren't always using the hurry up offense, because it seems that Tom Brady excels from it. Nick Wize explains why you can't always do it because it depends on what the defense is giving you.
The one and only Super Bowl champion known as Michael Clayton calls into The Pat & Aaron Show for his weekly segment. Michael first brings up why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't been as successful as the years past, and one of the main reasons is that the players aren't playing like they did in the past. Then Michael Clayton explains why you will be tired if you run the two minute offense the whole game, because your team will get tired and things will get worse as time goes on. Michael Clayton then explains why Mike Evans is a great wide receiver, but he is not the most polished receiver and that you can't teach old dogs new tricks. Then the show ends with The Blender!