The Rival Sports Podcast is back for Episode 22 and we’re talking more NFL football. The good teams are losing, the bad teams are winning, and nothing seems to make sense anymore in this wildly unpredictable league.
In Episode 22 Adam and Al are in shambles after their teams, the Vikings and Packers, can’t seem to figure it out, ceding the early divisional lead to the Chicago Bears. New England and Jacksonville follow the NFC North’s suit and let a long-shot team take the divisional lead after two shocking losses, and Greg gives a rundown of the Week 4 edition of #3InOut – who to bring IN and who to kick OUT of your Fantasy Football lineup.
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This episode includes:
- Baker Mayfield impressions and expectations moving forward as the starter and savior in Cleveland
- Green Bay and Minnesota forgetting that they’re good teams
- Pats losing to the Lions, inviting more questions about the team’s quality, while the Jags go toothless in field goal loss to the Titans
- Saquan Barkley is good
- Fitzmagic keeps his job
- and finally, the AFC North is an unpredictable mess… and we love it!
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