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NFL Week 2 podcast review

Posted on: September 19, 2011 4:01 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson & Ryan Wilson

Week 2 is (almost) in the books and that means time to hop on the podcast machine. Bonus: today we give away free Papa John's pizza on the show! (No seriously. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and email us the answer to the trivia question here and we'll hook you up, while supplies last.)

We break down what happened in the Eagles-Falcons game (a ... metamorphisis if you will), whether the NFL needs to suspend Dunta Robinson, what happened to the Chargers, how the Ravens came out so flat against the Titans, who among the Bills, Redskins and Lions are contenders, whether Tony Romo is tough or not now, and just how awesome Cam Newton is.

All that and much, much more. For free. For you.

Hit the play button below to listen (and did we mention that you should subscribe to the podcast via iTunes?). If you can't listen to the podcast below, download it here. And if you'd like to keep working while listening in your browser, pop that puppy out in a new tab here.



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