Robert Mays and Kevin Clark recap Week 13, including why the horrific injury to Ryan Shazier isn’t the worst thing that can happen in today’s NFL, and that’s a huge problem (01:30). Then, the guys discuss why this angry version of the Seahawks may be the most dangerous (10:00), how the Packers are now set up for Aaron Rodgers’s heroic return to help them steal a playoff spot (25:00), and why Jimmy Garoppolo looks like the future of the 49ers (32:15). Finally, Danny Kelly joins the show to explain how the Patriots defense has perfected bend-but-don’t-break over the past eight games (37:00), and the guys offer their lasting impressions from Week 13 (48:15).
A Scary Reminder of How Dangerous This Sport Can Be
Robert Mays and Kevin Clark discuss what Ryan Shazier’s injury means for the NFL
Russell Wilson and new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron produced fireworks in Week 1. But it won’t always be that easy—and how Wilson’s style fits into a Rams-inspired scheme will be one of this NFL season’s most intriguing story lines.
Overshadowed by the Buccaneers and Drew Brees’s retirement, New Orleans wasn’t a popular Super Bowl pick this season. Their Week 1 domination of the Packers showed that this team is a force in the NFC.
The NL Cy Young race may be crowded, but the Brewers’ ace is pursuing a feat no pitcher in history has achieved
Bill talks Peyton and Eli’s ‘Monday Night Football’ broadcast and Week 2 fantasy predictions
Nora and Mallory discuss whether fans should worry about some Week 1 losses