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.
The legendary duo is together again! Tom and Jim are joined by star tight end, Rob Gronkowski, to discuss how unstoppable him and Tom were on the field, why Gronk enjoyed blocking, and the importance of his Tampa Bay era. Then, Gronk picks which former teammates he’d want to be on a stranded island with, shares his thoughts on Shohei Ohtani’s $700 million deal with the Dodgers, and discusses his upcoming national anthem performance at the LA Bowl.
Witness the first interview between the two men who many consider to be the best offensive and best defensive players in NFL history. Tom Brady and Lawrence Taylor, along with Jim Gray, discuss the changes in the game since LT played and if he’d conform to the new rules, his relationship with Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick, and how he made the switch from baseball to football towards the end of high school...
Tom, Jim, and Larry are all together to discuss Frank Reich’s departure from the Carolina Panthers, how continuity is key in the NFL, and navigating online misinformation and criticism in the sports world. Then, they break down that amazing Eagles/Bills game, discuss the importance of decisiveness as QB, and share their excitement about Tiger Woods back out on the golf course.
Tom and Jim talk to Academy Award winner, Denzel Washington, to discuss the hard work and dedication behind his successful acting career, what motivates and inspires him, giving back to others, and what it feels like to win… and lose. Then, Denzel steps back into his role as Coach Herman Boone in “Remember the Titans” and improvs with Tom, shares his Thanksgiving traditions, and discusses the Cowboys.
Texans rookie QB, CJ Stroud, sits down with Tom and Jim to discuss the mindset he’s built going into this season, how having to grow up quickly during difficult times shaped his perspective on supporting his teammates, and betting on the Michigan/Ohio State game. Then, Tom shares what it was like meeting Victor Wembanyama and the origin of Peyton Manning’s “Omaha” call.
Tom and Jim discuss the importance of learning from younger people like Tom did with Gronk, the grand opening of the Hall of Excellence, and hilarious fan questions for Tom. Then, Larry joins Jim and gives his impression of the Texans’ rookie star, CJ Stroud, and describes what makes the Raiders such a strong team right now.
Bills QB Josh Allen joins Tom and Jim, and shares what it feels like to be a part of the Buffalo community alongside his teammates and the Bills Mafia. Tom gives Josh advice on running the ball from a QB perspective and the two share some of their favorite audibles. Then, Josh reflects on this past year since Damar Hamlin’s collapse on the field against Cincinnati and the meaning that it’s had for him and the team.
Tom and Jim are joined by national treasure, Shaquille O’Neal, and discuss the importance of role models and family support in achieving success, the alias Shaq would check into hotels with, and Shaq’s love/hate relationship with Jim over the years. Then, Shaq shares how he managed to continue having fun during and after his NBA career and his advice to younger players on how to use criticism to their benefit.
Tom and Jim discuss the difference between watching a game as a fan vs. playing on the field, the debatable no-call on final play in the Giants-Bills game, and Aaron Rodgers’ commendable determination to get back to playing. Then, Larry joins the two as they discuss the difficulty of being an undefeated team, the records they would want to hold in any sport, and the inclusion of flag football in the 2028 Olympics.
Tom and Jim discuss the Liberty-Aces WNBA Finals action, and all the crucial lessons of Week 5 in the NFL. Then, they are joined by YouTube sensation Mr. Beast to discuss his road to 200 million subscribers, his first viral video, what sets him apart from other YouTubers, and why influencer marketing is underrated.