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Podcast: NFL Week 6, 'What's your deal?' edition

Posted on: October 17, 2011 4:30 pm
Posted by Will Brinson & Ryan Wilson

Another week is in the books and this one includes some coach-on-coach midfield crime. By now, you've heard about Jim Harbaugh vs. Jim Schwartz: handshakes, shoves and naughty words. Naturally, we talk about that, as well as the fact the both the 49ers and the Lions are 5-1. 

Additionally, we wonder what's going on with Jason Garrett's play-calling for the Cowboys, and how the NFC South now shakes out. (If you recall during the last podcast, Will convinced Ryan that the Panthers were the second-best team in the NFC South. No one believes that after the Bucs beat the Saints and Atlanta whipped up on Carolina.)

We also discuss what the Raiders do now that Jason Campbell's done for the season and the offense is in Kyle Boller's not-so-capable hands, whether Rex Grossman deserves another shot at the starting gig in Washington (no), if the Eagles can still make a playoff run (yes), and if we should be talking about the Ravens as the best team in the NFL (maybe).

Chatting starts promptly...

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Since: Sep 4, 2006
Posted on: October 18, 2011 12:30 am

Podcast: NFL Week 6, 'What's your deal?' edition

I only saw the first half but did it not look like every first down that Jason Garrett called a running play.  NE New it was a running play and stuffed it every time.  So we always had the ball on 2nd and 11 or 2nd and 13.  Then we would run a screen pass and get 4 or 5 yards and then throw a bad pass to an unopen receiver becaue they new it was a pass. This guy is supposed to be some play calling whiz and I say he is over rated.  He should relenquish this role to someone else so he can blame them or either wake the he%* up!

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