Tony Dungy joins PFT to preview the Detroit-Green Bay game in Week 17, explaining how the Packers are a much different team now than they were in Week 3, when the Lions were able to come away with a win.
Despite last night’s troubling loss to the Bengals, Tony Dungy says he is not too concerned with the Denver Broncos and also explains how Denver will still live and die with Peyton Manning.
Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss the de-facto NFC South title game in Week 17 between the Panthers and Falcons.
It was barely a year ago that Marc Trestman was the toast of the town.
As Chicago stumbles toward its first sub-.500 season since 2009, second-guessing the franchise’s decision to part ways with Lovie Smith after a 10-6 campaign in 2012 has become common, with former NFL coach Tony Dungy saying the organization...Show More Summary
The PFT crew takes a look at the race for the number one overall pick. Tony Dungy also joins the show to explain why Marcus Mariota reminds him of Aaron Rodgers.
Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy had some high praise for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, the presumed top pick in the NFL draft, comparing the Heisman Trophy winner to the best quarterback in the NFL, Aaron Rodgers. Dungy, who is...Show More Summary
Former NFL coach Tony Dungy recently said he would welcome Ray Rice onto his team if he was still coaching.
Add Tony Dungy to the growing chorus suggesting that Tom Coughlin should be be dismissed as Giants coach.
The late Junior Seau, whose family filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the NFL after the former San Diego Chargers linebacker committed suicide in 2012, is among 26 modern-era semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Seau’s family alleges that the NFL ignored and concealed evidence of the risks associated with traumatic brain injuries. Family […]
Tony Dungy joins the PFT crew to talk about Ben Roethlisberger’s poor outing against the Jets and whether or not he is a legitimate MVP candidate at this point in the season.
Perhaps the greatest Twitter exchange ever.
Former Bucs and Colts coach Tony Dungy was asked (on Twitter, natch) if the one-win Jets were haunted by those dogs killed in Michael Vick's illegal dog-fighting operation.
Are dog ghosts haunting Michael Vick, causing him and the Jets to be cursed? Let's ask Tony Dungy this oddly specific question. Read more...
Lovie Smith was hired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the savior that would return the club to relevance after being adrift since the firing of Super Bowl winning head coach Jon Gruden. Smith was a member of Tony Dungy’s coaching staff in Tampa back in the late 1990?s before heading off to St. Louis […]
Tony Dungy joins the PFT crew to recall a couple of his favorite Peyton Manning touchdown passes. Dungy also says Manning will be able to enjoy the TD record more in the future.
Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss the hot start from Cowboys’ RB DeMarco Murray and how head coach Jason Garrett may slow his production down.
Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss the brilliance Russell Wilson has shown in big moments early on in his career, which leads him to compare Wilson to Joe Montana.
Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss the positives of becoming the next head coach of the Raiders. Dungy believes the next head coach has to be on the same wavelength as the front office.
With the sudden quarterback controversy in Miami, Tony Dungy joins PFT to discuss what head coach Joe Philbin should have done to avoid this scenario.