FOX Sports presents full coverage of Super Bowl LI with SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED, THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, GARBAGE TIME WITH KATIE NOLAN: SUPER BOWL SPECIAL, FOX SPORTS LIVE WITH JAY & DAN, SPEAK FOR YOURSELF and NASCAR RACE HUB live from Houston’s Discovery Green as part of SUPER BOWL WEEK on FS1.

Below are highlights from Tuesday morning’s edition of SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED. Highlights from this afternoon’s programming and confirmed guests for tomorrow’s shows will be distributed later today.

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Greg Jennings on whether Julian Edelman or Julio Jones is more valuable to their respective teams:
“Number one, you’re looking at two different style receivers. In lots of ways — height, performance — but what they both bring to each team is almost as equal as you can get, quite honestly…To answer the question, though, Julio Jones is definitely more valuable to his team. Why? Because he impacts the game in more ways than just catching the football, catching touchdowns, receiving yards. He’s a game changer for off the field… He opens it up for so many other guys: Mohamed Sanu, Taylor Gabriel, [Aldrick] Robinson – all of these guys [that] are weapons because of what Julio Jones presents … When you talk about an impact player, who doesn’t have to impact the game by catching a ball, Super Bowl LI can be won by the Atlanta Falcons, and Julio Jones can have two catches and have more impact in that game than any other player. Why? Because of the man that he presents to a defense, the attention he attracts. So, you’ve got to go with a guy like Julio Jones. Plus, he’s just a freak of nature. The kid can flat-out get it done.”

Shannon Sharpe criticizes Charles Barkley for passing judgment on LeBron James:
“Charles Barkley played in the era where he was never ‘the guy.’ He always had to take a backseat to Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Byrd, Isaiah Thomas because what did they have that he never got? A championship. So, he always had to play second-fiddle to them. And then he criticized all these guys for going around and joining up teams to win championships. You know what Charles Barkley did late in his career? He went to Houston and he joined up with Hakeem Olajuwon and Clyde Drexler. Why did he do that? Because Texas has no state income tax? No, he went to try and win a championship. It bothered him because at no point in time in Charles Barkley’s 16 years was he ever thought of as the best player in the NBA. LeBron James for the last 10-12 years has been the de facto best player in all of basketball. And he puts the time in and on the court and he’s a role model. And for Charles Barkley, for you to do what you’ve done off the court and the way you showed up on the court out of shape and not ready to play every night, I’d be damned if I let you criticize my legacy.”