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TUESDAY - WEEK 7 MNF RECAP BEARS AT RAMS 2020
The NFC West continued to show why they are widely regarded as the best division in football (0:06) as the Rams took down the Bears on Monday Night Football. On the injury front, (0:56) the Browns with a devastating loss as Odell Beckham Jr is lost for the year after tearing his ACL. Hear from head coach Kevin Stefanski on what the loss means to his team (1:13). In Dallas (2:53), head coach Mike McCarthy's stint with the Cowboys off to a rough start, but EVP Stephen Jones believes in his head coach (3:14), while Cam Newton talks about righting the ship in New England (3:40).
It was thrilling week in the NFL and Good Morning Football's Nate Burleson previews today's show as he'll bring you the best Toe Drag Swag from around the league (4:46)
MONDAY Week 7 recap 2020
Sunday night action wrapped up with a thrill in Arizona (0:24) as the Cardinals beat the Seahawks in overtime. It was a win that Kyler Murray feels can do big things for the Cardinals franchise (0:38). The Steelers (1:18) remain the only unbeaten team in the AFC after defeating the Titans, while Baker Mayfield (1:57) had his best game of the season, throwing 5 TD passes as the Browns knocked off the Bengals in the battle of Ohio. The Cowboys losing Andy Dalton (3:19) on an illegal hit by Jon Bostic. Hear what head coach Mike McCarthy had to say about the hit. And, Bruce Arians (4:27) talks about the Buccaneers addition of Antonio Brown
FRIDAY - Wide receivers possible return to NFL
Week 7 of the NFL season kicked off Thursday night (:06) as the Eagles pulled out the thrilling win over the Giants. Looking ahead to Sunday's matchups (2:20) It's a battle of two undefeated teams as the Steelers take on the Titans. Tennessee running back Derrick Henry spoke about what it'll be like taking on the vaunted Pittsburgh defense (2:41). A pair of wide receivers could be returning to the NFL...Russell Wilson talks about the possibility of the Seahawks adding Antonio Brown (3:02), while Dez Bryant could be landing with the Ravens (3:56)...and Good Morning Football's Kyle Brandt previews the Buccaneers and Raiders game and talks about "handshake-gate" with Tom Brady (4:42)
THURSDAY - Battle of the undefeated teams
Week 7 of the NFL season will see a battle of the undefeated teams (0:10) as Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers take on Derrick Henry and the Titans. It's also a big-time matchup in the NFC West (1:14) when Russell Wilson and the Seahawks take on Kyler Murray and the Cardinals. Speaking of the Seahawks, could they be adding another weapon on offense? (1:31). We have the latest update on Michael Thomas (2:55) as well as the reaction from Ryan Fitzpatrick (3:57) as he loses his starting job in Miami to Tua Tagovailoa.
WEDNESDAY - Cowboys Drama
It looks like there's drama in Big D (0:06) as some Cowboys players express discontent with the coaches. Head coach Mike McCarthy (0:37) addressed the situation on Tuesday. It's Tua time in Miami (1:30) as Tua Tagovailoa is named the starter for the Dolphins. We have the latest on Christian McCaffrey (2:12) and Good Morning Football's Nate Burleson gives us a preview of what's to come on the show (2:42)
TUESDAY - MNF Recap
Week 6 of the NFL season is in the books as Kyler Murray (0:15) has quite the homecoming in Texas as the Cardinals head to Big D and take care of the Cowboys. In the other matchup (0:32) it was Chiefs, once again, showing they are the class of the AFC with the win over the Bills. Speaking of the Bills, Good Morning Football's Peter Schrager (1:45) gets into it if Buffalo was crowned a little too early. We have all the latest injury news from around the league (2:54) as well, including the latest woes for the Eagles offense (3:30)