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The MMQB suite of podcasts bring you unique, informed and immediate analysis from around the NFL. Whether you’re looking to catch up on Sunday’s football action, take a deep dive into the film or answer some burning NFL questions, The MMQB staff has you covered. With a rotating cast of hosts including Albert Breer, Jenny Vrentas, Conor Orr and Gary Gramling, you’ll finish each episode knowing more about football than you ever thought you could.

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The MMQB suite of podcasts bring you unique, informed and immediate analysis from around the NFL. Whether you’re looking to catch up on Sunday’s football action, take a deep dive into the film or answer some burning NFL questions, The MMQB staff has you covered. With a rotating cast of hosts including Albert Breer, Jenny Vrentas, Conor Orr and Gary Gramling, you’ll finish each episode knowing more about football than you ever thought you could.

    Championship Sunday Recap, Super Bowl Is Set, Stafford on the Move | NFL Deep Dive

    Championship Sunday Recap, Super Bowl Is Set, Stafford on the Move | NFL Deep Dive

    It will be Mahomes vs. Brady, Super Bowl-style in Tampa. Jenny and Gary run down the inevitability of the Chiefs' offensive dominance against Buffalo despite a (supposedly!) injured Patrick Mahomes, as well as the Bucs defense and Tampa's ability to take advantage of the Packers' struggles.
    Plus, a look ahead to Green Bay's offseason after disappointment in Lambeau in a game that included many, many game-management mistakes from their young head coach and veteran defensive coordinator.
    Also, a look at Matthew Stafford's trade market, the best landing spots and why he should fetch a higher price than most expect. And, why it just makes sense for the quarterback and the franchise to move on.
    Michael Fabiano stops by with a fantasy-centric look-ahead for the Packers and Chiefs, as well as his favorite landing spots for Stafford.
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    • 59 min
    Handicapping the Conference Title Games | The MMQB Gambling Show

    Handicapping the Conference Title Games | The MMQB Gambling Show

    The NFL's Final Four has arrived, with Rodgers's Packers vs. Brady's Bucs at Lambeau followed by Josh Allen and the Bills traveling to Kansas City to face Patrick Mahomes (probably) and the Chiefs. Both games are rematches of regular-season meetings, but how much can we draw from the first set of results? And what factor will January weather play in both matchups?
    Jimmy, Mitch and Gary run down the trends, analytics and share their good ol' fashion gut instincts on the games, with both lines sitting right around a field goal and both totals rising above 50. And, assuming Mahomes does play on Sunday, will his toe injury limit his mobility and play into the Buffalo defense's hands?
    Plus, a chance to play everyone's favorite game: If the two favorites move on (Green Bay and Kansas City), what would the Super Bowl line be?
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    • 33 min
    Divisional Playoff Weekend: Final Four Is Set, Brees Could Retire, Deshaun Watson | NFL Deep Dive

    Divisional Playoff Weekend: Final Four Is Set, Brees Could Retire, Deshaun Watson | NFL Deep Dive

    The Brady-Brees matchup didn't live up to the hype—unless you wanted to see to 40-something men struggle badly, in which case it very much did live up to the hype. But in the end, the Bucs D took the game into its own hands, and Devin White flashed some nifty ball-carrying skills as the Bucs earned a trip to Lambeau. Jenny and Gary also discuss...
    *After a scary head injury for Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs use some Henne heroics to hold off the Browns.
    *A look at the Deshaun Watson trade market, as the star QB looks poised to demand a trade out of Houston
    *The Bills and Ravens offenses struggled through the wind, the importance of running after you intercept the ball, and why Saturday wasn't a referendum on the Ravens' offense, but did show they need help on the outside.
    *Matt LaFleur gets the better of old man McVay, as the Packers are the one offense this weekend that seemed to be operating at peak efficiency.
    *We also have fantasy football talk with Michael Fabiano, Brandon Staley lands with the Chargers, Super Bowl "picks" and much more.
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Handicapping the NFL Divisional Playoffs | The MMQB Gambling Show

    Handicapping the NFL Divisional Playoffs | The MMQB Gambling Show

    Jimmy, Mitch and Gary break down the best football weekend of the year. Two very old quarterbacks go head-to-head in Tampa, Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson gear up for a high-scoring affair in Buffalo, the Browns try to recapture the magic in Kansas City, and Jared Goff and his thumb head to the cold of Lambeau Field.
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    • 35 min
    Wild-Card Weekend Recap: Browns and Bills Break Curses, Lamar Takes the Narrative Head-On, Vrabel and Tomlin Go Safe | NFL Deep Dive

    Wild-Card Weekend Recap: Browns and Bills Break Curses, Lamar Takes the Narrative Head-On, Vrabel and Tomlin Go Safe | NFL Deep Dive

    A weekend in which the Browns and Bills won postseason games but the apocalypse did not arrive is a pretty good weekend. On the Monday Morning NFL Podcast, Jenny Vrentas and Gary Gramling discussed...
    *The stunning start for the Browns in Pittsburgh, and also how Cleveland stayed the aggressor when Mike Tomlin decided to play it safe in the middle of the Steelers' comeback attempt.
    *The Saints cruised past Chicago, but what to make of the Bears-Trubisky marriage after the offense was scaled back for the past two games? (And what to make of the Nickelodeon broadcast?)
    *More than a few unfair Lamar Jackson narratives died on Sunday, as he finally won a playoff game... three days after his 24th birthday. And Mike Vrabel makes a bad decision to punt an opportunity away, and another bad decision in criticizing the officials afterward.
    *The Bucs O-line more than held up in Washington, allowing Tom Brady to put up another big game. Though Taylor Heinicke, in a losing effort, stole the show in the Football Team's loss.
    *Brandon Staley showed why he's considered one of football's most promising young coaches, as his Rams defense dominated in Seattle, even after losing Aaron Donald late in the third quarter. What it means to teach the game so well, what's left of the banged-up Rams as they get ready to go to Green Bay, and what's ahead for a Seahawks offense still searching for an identity.
    *Frank Reich and the Colts had the perfect approach to beating the Bills, but ultimately they couldn't overcome Josh Allen and a series of bad breaks for Indy. In defense of Reich, who delivered one of the weekend's best coaching performances, and the excitement over the coming Josh Allen-Lamar Jackson matchup.
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Handicapping Wild-Card Weekend and Super Bowl Futures | The MMQB Gambling Show

    Handicapping Wild-Card Weekend and Super Bowl Futures | The MMQB Gambling Show

    Jimmy, Mitch and Gary analyze the six Wild-Card games, including whether Brady can keep cooking when the Bucs go to Washington, and whether the Ravens should be giving points against a Titans team that's beaten them in their past two meetings. Plus, a look at our favorite Super Bowl futures values as a postseason begins.
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    • 45 min

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Great pod to understand the nuances of the game

In comparison to other podcasts who talk more generally about the game this pod offers more detail and thus expands the football knowledge of tactical novices like myself.

Mailbag question:

Say (in an alternate universe/timeline) Aaron Rodgers replaced all of TB's seasons under Bill Belichic and Tom Brady had AR's under Mike McCarthy. Who comes out ahead compared to what the other was able to deliver?

I think AR would have won more/played better overall during those seasons with BB than TB has. And I believe that TB would have struggled to do as well as AR has under MM. Thus AR is the "best" qb ever. Thoughts?

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