Phil Simms Goes Deep into the Big NFL Matchups and Stories with Mad Dog

Phil Simms, 15-year NFL quarterback and Super Bowl XXI MVP, returns to SiriusXM to host Simms and the Mad Dog every week. The hour-long show features Simms and Radio Hall of Famer Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo discussing all the headline stories happening across the league.

The show airs each Friday at 4pm ET on Mad Dog Sports Radio (Ch. 82), replays at 7pm ET on SiriusXM NFL Radio, and is available on demand on the SXM App. The show will air at a special time on September 8 at 5pm ET ahead of the Thursday Night Opener.Click here to stream Mad Dog Sports Radio on SiriusXMSimms was drafted by the New York Giants out of Morehead State seventh overall in the 1979 NFL Draft and in his 15 seasons with the franchise set several team passing records. While leading the Giants to victory in Super Bowl XXI he turned in one of the greatest big game performances in history. Simms completed 22 of 25 passes, setting a Super Bowl record for accuracy that still stands, and threw three touchdown passes, delivering the Giants their first Super Bowl title and earning MVP honors. A two-time Pro Bowl selection and a First Team All-Pro in 1986, Simms’ No. 11 has been retired by the New York Giants and he is in the team’s Ring of Honor.

Following his playing career, Simms began a successful broadcasting career that saw him work as an analyst for ESPN and NBC before joining CBS, where he was lead NFL analyst for CBS’s NFL coverage for 19 seasons. He has called eight Super Bowls in his time with NBC and CBS. This season he will be a studio analyst for CBS’ NFL Today, Showtime’s Inside the NFL and CBS Sports Network’s Monday QB.

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