The Colbert Report
Season 10 • 01/28/2014
Justin Tuck reveals his favorite aspect of football and weighs in on Richard Sherman's rant.
China's Colbert Report Rip-OffThe Colbert ReportS10
China lovingly violates intellectual property rights with a bootleg version of The Report.
Logo Restrictions for the Super BowlThe Colbert ReportS10
Aggressive trademark protections from the NFL make the Super Bowl a game that must not be named.
Nate SilverThe Colbert ReportS10
FiveThirtyEight Blog's Nate Silver explains his return to sports analysis at ESPN and shares his predictions for the 2014 Super Bowl.
Richard Sherman's Rant FalloutThe Colbert ReportS10
Seattle Seahawks's Richard Sherman faces racially-charged backlash after a post-game rant.
Spotted Owls vs. Barred Owls - David YarnoldThe Colbert ReportS10
The National Audubon Society's David Yarnold sheds light on an unusual threat faced by the endangered spotted owl.
Sign Off - Tootsie PopThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen treats himself to an owl's favorite food.
Superb Owl XLVIII - NFL Extra Point DebateThe Colbert ReportS10
The gridiron is under attack as the NFL weighs a controversial proposal to get rid of extra-point kicks.
Fallback Position - Championship NFL QuarterbackThe Colbert ReportS10
Former NFL coach Joe Gibbs reflects on his time with the Washington Redskins, and Steve Clarkson gives Stephen a crash course in quarterbacking.
Justin TuckThe Colbert ReportS10
The New York Giants's Justin Tuck describes the euphoric thrill of smashing into people and makes a prediction for the 2014 Super Bowl.
Fallback Position - Championship NFL Quarterback Pt. 2The Colbert ReportS10
Stephen gets the chance to play in a bowl game after intense training with Isaac Bruce and Gerald McCoy.
Superb Owl XLVIII - Football ChristmasThe Colbert ReportS10
With the big game only a few days away, Stephen shares a Super Bowl Sunday tradition.
Cris CarterThe Colbert ReportS10
"Going Deep" author Cris Carter describes the responsibilities of a wide receiver, the hazards of pileups, and the perks of being an NFL Hall of Famer.
Distractions & Reactions at the State of the UnionThe Colbert ReportS10
Obama's fifth State of the Union address ushers in a year of action, and Republicans respond with a diverse variety of Tea Party viewpoints.
Sign Off - Football TossThe Colbert ReportS10
Stephen gets ready to kick off Super Bowl weekend.
Superb Owl XLVIII - Football Health ConcernsThe Colbert ReportS10
The NFL considers allowing medical marijuana, and scientists claim that football causes permanent brain injuries.
Big Game Debate with Ed Murray and Michael HancockThe Colbert ReportS10
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock share their Super Bowl predictions and make a friendly wager on behalf of their respective home team.
Superb Owl XLVIII - Football Health Concerns - Steve Fainaru & Mark Fainaru-WadaThe Colbert ReportS10
"League of Denial" authors Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada argue that the NFL is ignoring the connection between football and brain damage.
Drew BreesThe Colbert ReportS10
New Orleans Saints' Drew Brees shares the challenges of being an NFL quarterback, his secret to "owning the room" and his Xbox game, "Playoff/Faceoff."
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