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SATW: Episode 26

In this episode of the SATW podcast, Chris and I continue our trip around the NFL as we cover the AFC and NFC East. Starting in the AFC, Chris shares his thoughts on the AFC East, which includes his beloved New York Jets. Furthermore, he talks about who he likes to win the division and hands out win-loss records for each team.
Next, I share why the Buffalo Bills are my Super Bowl pick as well as the quarterbacks, including Mac Jones and Tua Tagovailoa. All in all, both I and Chris are on the same wavelength but I share my lobe concern with the Bills and their offense.
Moving along, we shift to the NFC East as Chris sees a tie atop this division and discusses why two teams will end up with the same record. Here, I jump in to say why I’m high on the Philadelphia Eagles and quarterback Jalen Hurts. Furthermore, I share why I feel that the Dallas Cowboys aren’t a Super Bowl contender. In addition, why do the New York Giants have two players on the hot seat, and is quarterback Daniel Jones a bust or not?
 

SATW: Fantasy Football

In this case, Chris takes center stage and shares some players to steer clear of from a fantasy football perspective. He lists some big names, including a wide receiver who moved this offseason down south. Finally, we close the show by discussing the Degeneration-X documentary and its impact on the lives of many people. Chris, like many kids, got into some trouble thanks to the WWE legendary faction.  
Overall, I discuss the impact of Chyna in the faction and why she deserves to be in the WWE Hall of Fame. Also, Chris gives a shoutout to an NXT superstar (no thanks to me). On a personal note, both of us discuss the importance of getting the help you need if you’re suffering with your mental health. 

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