Nov 11, 2016
The guys return home to Montana after a great trip out to Seattle for the Monday Night Football game against the Buffalo Bills. The Seahawks picked up their fifth win of the season with a 31-25 victory and the guys take a look at some of the biggest plays, concerns with the secondary, and take a closer look at the play at the end of the half. If Dan Carpenter's wife thinks it's okay to suggest that Sherman be castrated, then I think it's fair to question the league on why they didn't fine the Bills kicker for drilling our cornerback with his foot.
Considering there's a lot of anxiety among Seahawks fans going into this game against the Patriots, Adam helps break down some of the matchups where Seattle may be favored. Even though the Seahawks are underdogs of more than a touchdown, this is a winnable game for the team. How many times have we seen them perform at their best when others have been doubting them the most?
In the second half of the show we run down the winners of the pick'em leagues and we have our first person who picked a perfect slate of games in Week 9. In Do Better we talk about the NFL head of officiating calling out the crew during the Monday Night Football game and the issues that creates. Bill Belichick gets questions that could create a distraction for the Patriots, but he takes a page out of Marshawn Lynch's playbook to deflect the media. A Better at Life nod goes to Kam Chancellor who got some great news this week and is also expected back in the lineup against the Patriots. Brandan's nod goes out to all men and women who are serving and who have served in the past - a Happy Veteran's Day to you all.
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Episode 131 Executive Producer: Radu Margarint
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