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Week 6 NFL Podcast Preview

Posted on: October 15, 2010 11:47 am
Edited on: October 15, 2010 11:49 am
Posted by Will Brinson

It's the return of Ben Roethlisberger, and, conveniently, also the return of Andy and I previewing the weekly NFL games. (Although, in fairness, we never actually left, but still, you get the point.)

We ask the tough questions and find even tougher answers -- will Big Ben's presence change the Steelers offense? Who would you rather have to start a franchise: Sam Bradford, Philip Rivers, Eli Manning or Matthew Stafford? Can the Bucs upend the defending champions and what does Brees:Andy's TVs::Freeman:Brinson's TVs mean??? What happens when talented mediocrity smashes itself together as Dallas and Minnesota face off? Answers to all those questions and much, much more.

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Another solid effort.

Good call on Prisco's efforts at picking this season.  It's like he's intentionally dropping the ball.  I guess after farming out the grades to the RapidReports people, he doesn't really do much besides cover games and do the Power Rankings.

Speaking of which, why are Power Rankings "important"?  Because of the 24-hour news cycle and the constant need to know who's the "best" at any given moment of the season.  Especially in a season like this one, where there's no clear-cut favorite in either conference.  That means there are a lot of teams to argue over and much teeth gnashing throughout.

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