The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark react to the big trades from the past 24 hours, and examine how Jimmy Garoppolo to the 49ers changes the entire league (02:00) and why the NFL trade deadline feels like the NBA and MLB deadlines this year (11:15). Then the guys recognize the teams that are separating from the pack (21:00) and discuss whether anyone can compete with the Eagles or Seahawks in the NFC (27:30). Plus, Danny Kelly joins to explain how the Patriots defense is actually good now (42:30) and why the Bills’ offensive improvements make them a contender (46:30).
Huge Trades Upstage Some Good Football in Week 8
Kevin and Robert share takeaways from the trade deadline. Later, Danny Kelly helps sort out who the legit contenders are heading into the second half of the season.
The ‘Yellowjackets’ Season Finale With Creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson. Plus, Some Final ‘Station Eleven’ Thoughts.
Chris and Andy run through a few shows they’re enjoying right now before ‘Yellowjackets’ creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson join them to talk about the season finale of Showtime’s blockbuster
Was More Really Better in Wild-Card Weekend? Plus Former Chief Mitchell Schwartz on Chiefs-Bills and the Cowboys’ Comedy of Errors.
Plus, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions
After three blowouts, one legitimately close game, and another that will be remembered for a series of Mike McCarthy blunders, wild-card weekend is almost in the books. And there’s plenty to learn from what transpired.