The Patriots’ “scandal” has come and gone. Why aren’t we as upset at New England as before? Then, who advanced analytics is telling us should be the MVP and why that’s wrong (0:30). Next, a take shop about legalizing sideline spying (11:50) before we preview the biggest three games of the week, headlined by the Rams vs. Cowboys (27:50). Finally, we speculate about which coaches Jerry Jones will look to hire (Lincoln Riley and Urban Meyer) if and when Jason Garrett gets fired (48:00).
The Patriots’ “Scandal,” MVP Advanced Analytics, and the Next Coach of the Cowboys
The Patriots’ “scandal” has come and gone. Why aren’t we as upset at New England as before?
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