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Between Tuesday Night Football, massive game reschedulements and the 4-1 Cleveland Browns, it feels like the end of the NFL world as we know it. Bryan and Andrew are not afraid.
Nostradamus, eat your heart out. After predicting that Bill O'Brien would be the first coach fired this season, Bryan and Andrew look over the rubble that remains after the Texans' offseason, and search for replacements for the Four Horsemen of the Coaching Apocalypse.
With news of a COVID-19 outbreak on the Titans, Bryan and Andrew look at how the NFL has handled the ongoing pandemic to this point, and try to figure out ways to untangle potential schedule snafus.
An 0-1 start can be written off, but starting 0-2? That has to start ringing some alarm bells. Bryan and Andrew wade through the bottom of the standings to sort the teams still clinging onto hope from the teams already scouting the 2021 draft.
Week 1 is here, and it felt...normal? Ish? Bryan and Andrew cut through the first results of the season, trying to sort the fact from the fiction during National Jump to Conclusions Week.
With the bizarre offseason schedule, you can be excused for putting your fantasy team off until the last minute. Bryan and Andrew scour the waiver wire, looking for potentially undrafted talent -- such as Jacksonville's Gardner Minshew and Devine Ozigbo -- that can salvage your season.
Bryan and Andrew wrap up their preseason predictions by going over the big questions: Can anything stop Patrick Mahomes? Does Offensive Player of the Year matter? And are there divisions other than the NFC South?
Bryan and Andrew's ships have come to carry them home; grey ships passing into the West. On the way, they ponder if anything can stop the Chiefs, ask if there's anyone left to leave the light on for the Rams, and swallow some delayed schadenfreude over Super Bowl LIV.
Bryan and Andrew head down south, where they discuss a team that brought in an aging, legendary quarterback coming off of a down year on another franchise to help shore up their Super Bowl hopes, and also the Buccaneers.