The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark share some skepticism about young starting quarterbacks (04:30), explain why J.J. Watt will never be the same (15:30), and tell you why this year’s leading receiver isn’t named Odell, Julio, or Antonio (21:00). Then, Danny Kelly joins the show to predict the downfall of Kirk Cousins (32:00). Finally, Mays and Clark take aim at America’s beloved Dallas Cowboys (38:45) and the entire NFC East.
"Unpopular Opinions Show" — Watt Can Wait, Kirk Cousins's Fate, and Dallas Going Backwards
Robert Mays and Kevin Clark explain why J.J. Watt will never be the same and take aim at America’s beloved Dallas Cowboys
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