Probably any sports show, honestly.
There's no better way to do sports analysis than by covering the league like a fan. And if that's actually true, then there's no better NFL analyst than comedian and Marine Corps veteran Rob Riggle.
Every week, Riggle does a sketch comedy segment as part of Fox Sports' NFL Sunday, where he competes with Fox Sports' Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, and Jay Glazer in picking their favorite teams to win that week. Unlike his Fox Sports colleagues, Riggle isn't a sportcaster, former professional player, coach, or insider.
He's a fan – but offers a lot more than sports knowledge.
He doesn't hide his bias
Like any true NFL fan, Riggle remains fiercely loyal to his team. You won't ever catch him in a jersey that doesn't belong to a Kansas City Chiefs player. He joins Brad Pitt, David Koechner, Paul Rudd, and Jason Sudeikis in KC fandom and never picks against them.
He doesn't pull punches on the NFL
The video above isn't one of Riggle's Picks, but rather from when he was chosen to open the 2018 NFL Honors Ceremony before Super Bowl LII. He used it as an opportunity to roast a room full of millionaires, billionaires, team owners, players, entire teams, host cities, and even fans.
"Hey, 31 arrests this offseason... things are improving!"
Riggle knows America
When you watch Riggle every Sunday in the fall, it becomes obvious that Riggle doesn't just know football, NFL teams, and their fans, Rob Riggle knows America. Accents, food, pop culture, and news events are all part of each Riggle's Picks segment. He even merges pop music and musical theater with sports references.
He makes fun of bandwagon fans
Ever meet a Seahawks fan outside of Washington state before 2005? No? Me neither. It's not hard to figure out who jumped on a bandwagon when a team started to get good. Riggle shows what we all already know about every team's fan base — and a city's sports culture.
He's not afraid of making fun of anything
Old TV, new TV, networks, sports, teams, fans, rivalries, personalities, players, history, politics, and Jay Glazer – they're all targets for Rob Riggle.
Catch Riggle's Picks every week in the fall on Fox NFL Sunday, usually about twenty minutes before the NFL games air.