Robert Mays and Kevin Clark break down Week 2 in the NFL, including the reason no one plays well in September (02:45), some serious flaws that the Patriots are facing (10:30), and where Drew Brees will play next season (hint: It’s NOT New Orleans) (13:45). Then, Kevin explains why the Cowboys will be just fine (18:00), Robert reveals his Ringer of the Week (20:00), and Danny Kelly joins the show to make a case for the Ravens as a Super Bowl contender (29:00). Finally, Robert and Kevin give their lasting impressions from Week 2, including how the NFL has a serious watchability problem (41:00).
September Is Now Meaningless in the NFL
Teams aren’t playing well, and the league’s watchability problem is only growing
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Charles, Grace, and Lani answer the question the world has been asking: Can Ben Platt play a convincing teenager? Then Charles is joined by Nate Rogers to talk about issues musicians face in an extra-litigious world.
Sean and Amanda answer mailbag questions from the world of television, movies, and more