The Ringer’s Robert Mays and Kevin Clark recap Week 3 in the NFL, including how this weekend’s player protests created a real opportunity for meaningful change (03:00) and how the game on the field has become impossible to predict. Then the guys discuss why the Titans are who we thought they were (10:00), how the Patriots are the kings of making a play every time they need to (19:15), and how one Cowboys defender affects the game on every single down he plays (26:30). Plus, Danny Kelly joins the show to explain why the tanking Bills have the best defense in the league (32:45). Finally, Robert and Kevin explore the rift between President Donald Trump and the players, and how it isn’t going away anytime soon (45:00).
On NFL Player Protests and the Opportunity to Create Meaningful Change
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