Robert Mays and Kevin Clark recap another wild week in the NFL, including how the biggest losers in the Aaron Rodgers injury are the fans (04:30), why the Seahawks are now the favorite in the NFC (08:15), and how the NFL came to have its most even playing field of all time (19:30). Then Danny Kelly joins the show to explain why the Saints defense is legit (32:15) and how the Falcons are systematically flawed on offense (37:00). Finally, Ringer NBA writer John Gonzalez stops by to celebrate NBA opening night and discuss whether Carson Wentz is the MVP favorite (42:30), before Robert and Kevin offer their lasting impressions from Week 6 (53:00).
The 2017 NFL Season Is Officially a David Lynch Series
Why the Aaron Rodgers injury will hurt the fans most and how the NFL came to have its most even playing field of all time
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