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Laura, Mina, Adam, and Dan break down the Bucs and Rams monday night matchup. The crew dives into the Thanksgiving matchups and give their game picks. Finally, Patrick Mahomes puts WHAT on his turkey??
Week 11 Reaction- Mahomes Magic, Burrow Out for Season, Tua Benched, Lookahead to MNF
Host Laura Rutledge along with Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark discuss a busy Sunday in what has amounted to one of the strangest NFL seasons of all time. The injury bug continued to tackle the leagues biggest stars as Joe Burrow goes down for the year with a torn MCL and ACL, Mahomes shows who the real MVP is and is Tua's benching a sign of things to come or just a blip in the radar? The crew discusses all of that and much more, including the biggest MNF game of the year as Brady and the Bucs look to take down Aaron Donald and the Rams.
Laura Rutledge, Mina Kimes, Ryan Clark, and Marcus Spears discuss the Saints' decision to start Taysom Hill over Jameis Winston at QB. They also react to the Seahawks-Cardinals Thursday Night match-up.
Battle for 1st in the NFC West
Our crew breakdowns and pick the huge matchup between the Seahawks and the Cardinals. Also has Cam Newton made the Patriots a team that can make the postseason.
Famous Jameis Starting QB in the Big Easy?
Today on NFL Live, Laura Rutledge and the crew discuss which QB should get the nod in New Orleans going forward, which of these talented rookie quarterbacks have the most upside, plus so much more!
A Bear, a Buc, and a Kelce walk out of Week 10...
Laura, Mina, Dan and Marcus review the Vikings win against the Bears from Monday night. With Nick Foles injured, what does this mean for the Bears going forward? Travis Kelce joins the show to talk his QB Patrick Mahomes and if he thinks Pat is the MVP this year. Finally, the Seahawks lost in an OT thriller to the Cardinals earlier this year. What do the Hawks have to do in order to avoid another loss to Kyler Murray and the Cardinals?