The Pat & Aaron Show begins by Aaron Jacobson breaking down his appearance on TV this past weekend, and how he doesn't think he was the best dressed in the room. Then Aaron explains his new habit he has of snoring recently, and why he is mad that Pat Donovan posted it. Then executive producer Ryan Hoppe reads off Today's Top Headlines from ESPN, TampaBay.com, USA Today, and TampaBay.com
Rudy Jay from ESPN San Antonio calls into The Pat & Aaron Show to preview the Dallas Cowboys & Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff game. He first discusses how Dallas Cowboys fans don't agree on anything! Then he explains how Mike McCarthy's job could be in jeopardy if he loses to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Then Rudy Jay talks about how he first liked the hire of Mike McCarthy, and what he is like to have on his radio show as a guest. That and more in this week's segment.
The 7:00 AM hour began with the Todd Bowles audio with "updates" on Ryan Jensen, Robert Hainsey, and the team getting off to a fast start. Then the guys break down the College Football Championship, and if some of the key players in that game have peaked or not in life. Then the hour ends with executive producer Ryan Hoppe reading off the scenarios in this week's "Situation Men."
The 8:00 AM hour begins with the latest audio from Todd Bowles about Antoine Winfield Jr, and the guys break it down. Former Super Bowl champion and Tampa Bay Buccaneers analyst Michael Clayton calls into "The Pat & Aaron Show" for his weekly segment. First, Pat Donovan asked Michael Clayton if he would want to be on the first under .500 to win the Super Bowl. Michael says that he would love it because it was "majestic" and "destiny."
Then Aaron asks Michael about his time playing for the 2011 New York Giants who won the Super Bowl, and how it was fun to be around that team that overcame adversity. Then Michael Clayton reminds us that this could be the last time we see Tom Brady play football, and that the players know that as well. The show ends with executive producer Ryan Hoppe reading the latest headlines on "The Blender."