Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.

6:31-Kiley & Carman discuss Tristan Thompson’s decision to hold-out and not sign his 1-year tender. They question whether the Cavs really need Tristan to win a title or if it’s just something nice to have but not necessary.

7:06- Steve Beuerlein, CBS NFL Analyst and Former QB previews this weekends Browns-Chargers game and shares what he feels are the keys to the game. He looks at Philip Rivers and his offensive weapons and the challenges they provide the Cleveland defense. He talks about the QB situation in Cleveland, what McCown ccan do that Manziel can’t and the decision to start and stick with Josh McCown after Manziel’s win over the Titans.

7:45-Kiley & Carman run through the Friday Five, as they provide a short preview and picks against the spread for the top five games in the NFL this weekend.

8:04-Kiley & Carman provide their final in-depth preview for the Browns-Chargers game and also give their pick, against the spread, for Sunday’s battle in San Diego.

8:46-Comedian John Caparulo stops by and shares a few laughs at the expense of the past Browns seasons. He talked about how they ruined his childhood and sent him off to be a comedian instead of getting a real job. He also expressed why baseball isn’t as good as football.

9:26- Doug Gottlieb, CBS Host pats Charles Woodson on the back for his game-ending play last week. He also takes a look at the AFC and where the AFC North ranks among the divisions. They also stumble onto a debate about whether Kurt Warner should be in the Hall of Fame. Doug thinks the Chargers will beat the Browns in a close game, but the Browns will have a chance to find its offensive identity again.

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