In the first of two Super Bowl preview shows recorded in Minneapolis, Robert Mays and Kevin Clark discuss why the only legacy on the line this Sunday is in the Eagles’ front office (03:45), why the Patriots are not overwhelming favorites (18:00), and why Nick Foles doesn’t look like a Super Bowl starting quarterback this week (22:30). Then Danny Kelly joins the show from Seattle for his Outsider’s Guide to the Super Bowl (30:30). The guys also discuss which Super Bowl player they’d most want to have a beer with (31:30), what Bill Belichick watches on Netflix (35:30), and which player is least likely to be stopped for an autograph during Super Bowl week (39:00).
Super Bowl Preview, Part 1: There’s Only One Legacy at Stake on Sunday
Robert and Kevin discuss the pressure on the Eagles front office, why the Pats are not overwhelming favorites, and more
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The Bengals’ postseason hopes rest on the success of their second-year QB and rookie wide receiver. They’re doing the exact same things they did at LSU—and showing no signs of slowing down.