Tag:NFL podcast
Posted on: September 8, 2010 10:41 pm
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Podcast: Week 1 early game previews

Posted by Will Brinson

Are you ready for some football? No, seriously, are you?

Because it's football time, people. Less than 24 hours from kickoff.

And that's why Andy Benoit and I are here to run over the Week 1 games with you, doling out helpful information to help you understand who will win, and answering all the important questions about Week 1, like "Is Tampa Bay-Cleveland the worst game of the season?"

So, go ahead. Click the play button. Got a question? Hit us up on Twitter (@CBSSportsNFL)

Oh, be a friend and subscribe either by RSS or iTunes below.

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Posted on: September 4, 2010 11:20 am
 

Podcast: Chatting with Mark Sanchez

Posted by Will Brinson

Mark Sanchez and the Jets may look cool on "Hard Knocks," but just like anybody else, they love video games. In fact, so much so that when the peeps at XBox found out about their video game habit, they sent them a sneak preview of "Halo:Reach" to test out as a team.

So, when we got a chance to chat with Sanchez recently, we asked him about the team's gaming skills ... in addition to Rex Ryan's ability as a coach, the expectations facing the 2010 Jets, the tough part about being a high profile second-year quartberack, the team's favorite moments from "Hard Knocks," what he thinks about the Darrelle Revis situation, and much, much more.

So, go ahead. Click the play button. Got a question you want answered on the show? Hit us up on Twitter (@CBSSportsNFL) or email will.brinson [at] cbsinteractive[dot] com

Oh, and also, be a friend and subscribe either by RSS or iTunes below.

If you can't view the podcast, click here to download .
Or, make it easy on yourself and  Subscribe via iTunes .


For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow  @cbssportsnfl   on Twitter   and subscribe to our  RSS Feed .

 
 
 
 
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