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Stephen A. and Ryan Clark debate where Jameis Winston ranks among NFC South QBs, and Russell Westbrook's comments on Kevin Durant leaving OKC. Plus Bucs players join the show.
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Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate Russell Westbrook's new deal, the Redskins' team name and if any team should take Michael Vick. Plus, Washington players join the debate desk.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman weigh in on Tyrann Mathieu's new contract and SI's power ranking of the Steelers. Plus, sit downs with Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown, DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tomlin.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate the Jets' chances this year and the Ryan Fitzpatrick contract situation. Plus, Todd Bowles, Brandon Marshall and Darelle Revis of the Jets join the show.
The crew reacts to the Cowboys walking on the practice field with Dallas police chief, debate if Antonio Brown or Rob Gronkowski is more valuable, and discuss what the QB situation in Denver means for their season.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate the 10 most hated NFL players of all time and if Roy Jones Jr. should continue to fight. Plus John David Washington joins the debate desk.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate if Fitzpatrick got a raw deal and how much Tom Brady has left in the tank. Plus, Birdman joins the debate desk.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate if the Cowboys can get out of their downward spiral, if Kevin Durant impressed with his first Bay Area performance as a member of Team U.S.A. and more!
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate Josh Gordon's four-game suspension, Tony Kornheiser's recent comments, the Aroldis Chapman deal and more.
The new era of First Take begins as Max Kellerman joins the show to debate Stephen A. on Kevin Durant to the Warriors, if athletes should be activists and much more!