Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray are BACK for another season of Let's Go! Enjoy in-depth, insightful, and introspective one-on-one conversations with each of these future HOF football players. They'll discuss trending stories from on and off the football field and share stories from their personal life.
Re-live the BEST of the incredible 2023-2024 season on Let’s Go! with the most memorable guests across sports and entertainment.
Andy Reid discusses the greatness of the Chiefs dynasty, and Deion and Shedeur Sanders talk lifting the energy of the Colorado Buffaloes program. Denzel Washington improvs with Tom, John Legend shares his favorite Tom Brady memory, and Shaquille O’Neal discusses his family and career...
Tom, Larry, and Jim break down a thrilling and emotional Super Bowl LVIII, from the heroics of Patrick Mahomes and the fire of Travis Kelce, to the strategic battle between coaches in overtime. Plus, they reflect on their week in Vegas and discuss how the city’s festive atmosphere served as a great location for the Super Bowl, or potentially every Super Bowl.
Tom and Jim welcome Hall of Famer Steve Young to discuss Tom’s golf game at Pebble Beach, what championship football looks like, and why Tom picked Steve as his sports hero. Then, the great John Elway sits with Jim and Larry to talk about the Chiefs playing their best football, his iconic “helicopter” play, and what could’ve been if John hadn’t left football when he did.
Tom and Jim break down the big-time performances from Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce in the AFC Championship Game, and rue the missed opportunities from the Lions as they fell victim to an incredible comeback by Brock Purdy and the 49ers. Then, they sit down with Chiefs head coach Andy Reid to discuss how the team was able to focus in such a hostile environment, the pride he has in his coaching tree, and the one story that may have flown under the radar during the Chiefs' season: Taylor Swift.
Tom and Jim break down incredible performances from Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson in the Divisional Round, and look ahead to the NFC Championship Game in San Francisco. Then, they are joined by TV personality and former Giants star Michael Strahan to discuss his trip to space, the work he’s enjoyed most after his playing career, and why few great players become great coaches in the NFL.
Tom and Jim get together to talk about this magical weekend in football, and are later joined by Randy Moss and Julian Edelman. The former teammates reflect on all the hard work they put into being a great team when they played together, and then share their thoughts on Bill Belichick leaving the Patriots, his accomplishments, and their favorite memories with him.
Tom and Jim discuss the season coming to an end for some teams as others get ready for the playoffs. Then, Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens joins to talk about his goal of winning a Super Bowl, his relationship with Coach Harbaugh, how he’s going to handle his off week, and the moment from his younger days watching Tom Brady that he’ll never forget.
Tom and Jim ring in the new year with a discussion about perspective, priorities, and personal growth. They then break down how the Lions season has altered after Brad Allen’s officiating crew's mistake during the Cowboys game, and what the Lions can do to move forward. Then, Jim speaks with Larry about Lamar Jackson being the clear MVP favorite, Bradley Chubb’s injury and what this means for the Dolphins, and Larry’s picks for this weekend's top four games.
Tom and Jim are joined by Grammy Award winning artist John Legend to talk about how he manages his career and family life, the impactful relationships he develops with contestants on The Voice, and John’s favorite Christmas carol… with a little serenade by request. Then, Tom and Jim discuss the difference between being team-focused vs. individual-focused in a team sport, and the importance of being a confident player.
Tom and Jim sit down with 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey to discuss whether a running back can win the NFL MVP in 2023, why pass protection is an underrated aspect of his game, and the importance of coaching during every single play. Then, Christian shares how he takes care of himself when getting hit, his capability to grow facial hair, and his dedication to The Logan Project.