Part II picks up where we leave off at the end of Part I; discussing the roots of the ahistorical connection so many white Southerners make in believing that the (Catholic NOT Protestant) Scottish Highlanders, who were defeated at Culloden in 1745, were somehow the antecedent of antebellum proto-Confederate culture & society.https://youtu.be/pV4NmstF0CICredit (above link): Trailer of Al Davis & Pete Rozelle ESPN 30 for 30 film (2021).John recounts his memories of the December 23rd, 1972 AFC Divisional Round playoff game between the Oakland Raiders and Pittsburgh Steelers from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh; this is the game either famously or infamously -depending on your allegiance- known as "the Immaculate Reception." His description of how (for he and his brother & father) the Raiders being robbed fits within a mosaic of historically rooted grievances and sectarian affiliation and/or identity. https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2021/03/25/robert-e-lee-high-school-renaming-jacksonville-florida-orig-jk.cnn/video/playlists/top-news-videos/https://twitter.com/NateWallace9/status/1375274196335525893?s=20 (checkout this thread for full context) https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/06/the-myth-of-the-kindly-general-lee/529038/In the context of the Robert E. Lee High School (Jacksonville, Fla.) name change debate, we discuss how the larger "Lost Cause" mythos propagated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy (the UDC), helped spearhead -starting in the late 19th and 20th centuries- the ahistorical brainwashing of generations to genuinely believe the lie about the Confederacy not seceding from the Union to defend and expand the lucrative institution of slavery, but for "state's rights" etc.Follow Radio War Nerd on Social Media and subscribe to RWN on Patreon:@RadioWarNerd on Twitter@TheWarNerd on Twitter@MarkAmesExiled on Twitterhttps://www.patreon.com/radiowarnerd/postsFollow Redspin Sports on Social Media: @NateWallace9 on Twitter @BrotherFlourish on Twitter@JuiceTinTweets on Twitter@RedspinSports on Twitter @RedspinSports on Instagramredspinsports@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/RedspinSportsPhoto Credit- Radio War Nerd ("War Nerd Radio") promo illustration for the podcast affectionately named for John's nickname, "the War Nerd," and co-hosted by Mark Ames. Become a Radio War Nerd patron on Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/radiowarnerd
On the 37th episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by Atlanta Hawks legend and Basketball Hall of Fame forward Dominique Wilkins, as we get ready for the 2021 NBA Playoffs (12:42 – 27:06). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll), where the guys take a look at the 2021 NFL schedule, focusing on three of their favorite matchups on the slate – Tom Brady’s return to New England in week 4 (01:40), QB storylines aplenty for Packers vs. Saints in week 1 (04:20), and the Browns opening their season on the road in Kansas City for an AFC Divisional Round rematch (07:16).We then move to our interview with Dominique, where he discusses a wide array of topics: why he refused to play for the team that drafted him, the Utah Jazz (14:31); the age he realized he could be a dominant force in the game of basketball (15:32); looking up to Dr. J, and the advice he got from his childhood idol (16:26); how he got the nickname “Human Highlight Reel” (17:26); why “home cooking” may have robbed him of a 1988 NBA Slam Dunk Contest win (18:23); why he never practiced his dunk contest dunks ahead of time (19:22); the two players he thinks are the best dunkers in today’s NBA (20:33); what he looks for when he judges the NBA Dunk Contest (20:47); this week’s edition of “The Name Game,” with thoughts on Trae Young, Randy Wittman, Doc Rivers, Gregg Popovich, Red Auerbach, Moses Malone, Spud Webb, Sidney Moncrief, Mark Jackson and David Robinson (21:23); and how special it was for him to get a statue outside the arena in Atlanta (26:05).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Kevin Rogers for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (38:01 – 45:44). The guys preview the first round of the NBA Playoffs, focusing on three key matchups – Boston taking on the heavily favored Brooklyn Nets (39:22); the MVP front-runner taking on a playoff darling, as Jokic and the Nuggets take on Lillard and the Blazers (41:19); and the Knicks making their return to the postseason as they take on Trae Young and the Hawks (43:00).Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Memorial Day – coming up in a few weeks – and why it’s so important to honor our military (45:44).
Bumper episode! Join Matthew, Kevin and Scott as they review the NFC Divisional Round matchups (1:00), preview the NFC Championship game (22:40). The guys move onto discussing the AFC Divisional Round games (41:00) and preview the AFC Championship Game (59:10). Finally, a discussion on the latest hirings and 'retirings' in a busy week of news (73:58).
The Philadelphia Sixers lost to the Memphis Grizzles Saturday night in what most would consider a bad loss despite missing Joel Embiid. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to take on the New Orleans Saints in the final NFC Divisional Round playoff game. The Cleveland Browns travel to take on the defending Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Cheifs in the final AFC Divisional Round playoff game. With Joel Embiid missing a few games due to a knee injury the Sixers struggled with the Grizzlies Saturday night. Ben Simmons continues to frustrate fans with his lack of aggressiveness and offensive output especially during games like this where Joel Embiid is not playing. Shake Milton had another good night on the offensive end while Tobias Harris struggled after missing a few games due to COVID contact tracing. The Sixers, except for Embiid, are starting to get over the COVID bug and look to get back to the team that was 7-1 before Seth Curry testing positive. Join Thomas Arnone, Nick DelGozzo, Brian Wilson, and Greg Milakovic as they discuss whether the Sixers can win the Eastern Conference without making any moves. Do you agree or disagree with that? The Sixers take on the Oklahoma City Thunder later tonight and hope to get back into the win column. The guys will also be discussing the upcoming NFL Divisional playoff games and look back at the action from Saturday night. Aaron Rodgers put on yet another spectacular performance leading the Green Bay Packers past the Los Angeles Rams. It wasn't the prettiest of games but Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs helped lead the Buffalo Bills past the Baltimore Ravens. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson left the game in the second half with a concussion. The Packers and Bills await the winners from Sunday's action for next week's Conference Championship matchups. The fellas will also discuss the Philadelphia Flyers hot start after taking back to back wins over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Flyers have had back-to-back four-point games from Joel Farabee on Wednesday and Travis Konecny Friday night. Can the Flyers get over the hump this season? Sean Couturier left the game Friday night with a shoulder injury. How long will Couturier be out and can the Flyers continue the balanced offense with Coots out? Finally, the guys will give their Crumbs of the Week to end the show. Join the discussion!
The Chiefs have now won playoff games in three consecutive years, but it wasn’t easy to get No. 3 on Sunday. After taking a 16-point lead over the Cleveland Browns, the Chiefs hung on to post a 22-17 triumph in the AFC Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs and will now face the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. The Star’s coverage team of columnists Sam Mellinger and Vahe Gregorian and beat writers Herbie Teope and Sam McDowell joined host Blair Kerkhoff to break down the wild Chiefs-Browns contest on SportsBeat Live, presented here as a SportsBeat KC podcast. The Patrick Mahomes injury, Chad Henne’s relief appearance, Andy Reid’s play-calls, the play of the defense ... plus your questions and comments. It’s all covered here. Story links: The Chiefs won without Patrick Mahomes. Is this what exorcising demons looks like? Even with Mahomes out, Chiefs showed #HenneThingIsPossible in beating Browns Give defense its due following Chiefs’ 22-17 playoff victory over Cleveland Browns What we learned as Chiefs lost Mahomes to head injury in beating Browns “In good spirits:” Here’s what Chiefs players are saying about Mahomes’ head injury Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Two coaching dominoes finally fell yesterday, and they're big ones. Urban Meyer is finally trying his hand at the NFL, as he agrees to coach the Jaguars. And the Jets nabbed the popular Robert Saleh. Peter King joins Florio to give his take on it, and who could be the next hires.Then, Mike and Peter dive into previewing the AFC Divisional Round matchups. Will Josh Allen beat the Ravens blitz? And should the Browns try to outscore the Chiefs, or slow the game down?
Browns Digest publisher Pete Smith joins Tucker Franklin to preview the Kansas City Chiefs' AFC Divisional Round matchup with the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.--BUY OUR MERCH! Go to bit.ly/rtkshop to explore all of our unique designs.
Here it is. Grand and beautiful and outrageous. The Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, that perfect weekend, the most wonderful weekend in sports. Four splattering and incredible games. Each one better than the previous weekend. WIN or DIE. Ugh, dammit, I mean, WIN OR GO HOME. That’s better. This is a family podcast. On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt and his good friend Taylor preview the AFC Divisional Round of the 2020 NFL season. Topics include: Josh Allen’s previous performance against Indianapolis, why the Bills are a difficult match up for the Ravens’ defense, the two things that give Buffalo Bills fans concern for this matchup, trying to make the case for Cleveland, the hunt for a chubby, and Kansas City finally turning the dial up to eleven. Let’s start the show. While you’re at it, give it a five star review and subscribe below: You can subscribe/listen on iTunes here. You can subscribe/listen on Android/Google here. You can subscribe/listen on Spotify here. You can subscribe/listen on Stitcher here. You can listen to the NFC Divisional Round Preview here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Tennessee Titans, 20-13 in their Wild Card matchup. TK and Andrew Holly talk about Baltimore's redemption, Lamar Jackson's performance, and advancing to the AFC Divisional Round where they will face the Buffalo Bills.
As the Kansas City Chiefs gear up for their AFC Divisional Round matchup with the Cleveland Browns, Conner Christopherson and Jordan Foote join Tucker Franklin to answer your questions and rate your takes. --BUY OUR MERCH! Go to bit.ly/rtkshop to explore all of our unique designs.
The Bills prep for the AFC Divisional Round matchup with Baltimore and we'll talk to broadcaster Ross Tucker (former Bills OL) and Baltimore radio man Nestor Aparicio. Plus, Sullivan's gets ready for widespread distribution in New Jersey. We talk with Brian Durand of Shore Point Distributing
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the growing noise that Deshaun Watson might not be a Texan next year, Tua's teammates anonymously saying that he stinks, and they look ahead to this weekends NFC and AFC Divisional Round matchups. Joining the program, in a long awaited interview is the former Head Coach of the West Virginia Mountaineers, Michigan Wolverines, Arizona Wildcats, current OC and Assistant Head Coach at Louisiana Monroe, Pat's college coach, Rich Rodriguez joins the program to tell some hilarious stories of Pat's time at WVU, what those teams were like, coaching at Michigan, if he still has the same fire or if he's had to tone it back, and more (15:19-48:33). Next, Hall of Famer, NFL MVP, 10x Pro Bowler, 10x All-Pro, 1990's NFL All-Decade Team member, member of the NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team, Heisman Trophy Winner, one of the GOATS, Barry Sanders joins the program to chat about his career, when he decided to hang it up, what Detroit needs to do to be a winner, if he's spoken to Calvin Johnson about their situations, and which backs in the league remind him of himself, if any (51:48-1:12:27). Later, Pat and AJ Hawk welcome 2020 All-Pro, 9 year NFL veteran, WR for the Buffalo Bills, Cole Beasley joins the show from the practice field and the guys try to piece together his responses as someone gets some work in from the Jugs Machine (1:12:29-1:27:18). Later, Pat and AJ chat about the situation in Houston with Andre Johnson weighing in, and Digs gets got by Barry McCockiner, although it appears that James Harden has been traded to the Brooklyn Nets (1:31:47-2:02:08). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
As the Kansas City Chiefs' meeting with the Cleveland Browns inches near, The Kansas City Star's Sam Mellinger joins Tucker Franklin and Jordan Foote to discuss the mood of Chiefs Kingdom heading into the AFC Divisional Round and what the rest does for the Chiefs moving forward.--BUY OUR MERCH! Go to bit.ly/rtkshop to explore all of our unique designs.
Joshua Brisco, Nate Taylor, and Seth Keysor discuss the Browns-Steelers game and gave their initial thoughts on Chiefs vs. Browns in the AFC Divisional Round. Also, thoughts on the Nickelodeon game and much more! Save on a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/timesours Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John Dorsey was fired by both the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs, but he left his mark in both cities as the former GM of each franchise. We'll see Dorsey's creations play out Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round matchup.
After earning the AFC’s first-round bye, the Chiefs waited all weekend to find out that the Cleveland Browns would be coming to town for an AFC Divisional playoff showdown Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. Our “4th & 1” podcast crew, analyst Nick Jacobs and host Tod Palmer, explain why this is a best matchup Kansas City could have hoped for and set the stage for the #RunItBack Tour’s postseason debut. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys dive into another week of football beginning with Jameis Winston likely taking over as QB in New Orleans. They also discuss the log jam of teams trying to make the playoffs in the AFC and how Russell Wilson's struggles have opened the door for Kyler Murray and Patrick Mahomes in the MVP race. Finally, they tee up the juiciest matchups of Week 11, including an NFC West showdown between the Cardinals and Seahawks, a rematch of last year's AFC Divisional Round game between the Ravens and Titans, the Packers vs. Colts and a tasty Monday Night clash between the Rams and Buccaneers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
OFN host Greg DePalma and Marc Lawrence of Playbook.com break down the NFL’s Week 11 matchups, including a playoff revenge game as the Baltimore Ravens await the return of the Tennessee Titans with an eye on exacting some payback for last year’s AFC Divisional Round upset. Other key games find the Arizona Cardinals trying to follow up last week’s miracle end by visiting the rival Seattle Seahawks, while the Indianapolis...
On January 2, 1982, the Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers staged a memorable AFC Divisional Round contest dubbed “Epic in Miami.” Although that nickname leaves much to be desired, the play on the field did not. On this episode of the podcast, we're going back to that Saturday night in Miami for one of the best games you might know nothing about. San Diego’s high-powered offense had playmakers all over the field led by QB Dan Fouts and TE Kellen Winslow and the Dolphins would be inspired by the play of a dashing QB right out of central casting named Don Strock. Some of the things we discuss on this week’s episode: Miami in the 80s in FULL effect The rosters, coaches, & announcers Historic San Diego offense Why were jerseys so big in 1982? Did we figure out the inspiration for Ray Finkle? Don Strock, legend in more ways than one Kickers, kickers, kickers A cell phone in the stands? Again, MIAMI IN THE 80’s This was a great game and a fun broadcast to get into as well. Join us as we take a look back! If you want to watch the full game, check it out on our website here: https://distantreplaypodcast.com/ep-51-afc-divisional-game-san-diego-chargers-miami-dolphins/ Until next week, check us out on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Paul thinks that Lamar Jackson, and the national media, aren't giving the Titans enough credit for beating Lamar Jackson in the AFC Divisional Round. We kicked off the show discussing his comments disrespecting the Titans yesterday. Plus: Ryan A. Mudd asked Jonathan Hutton to be a reference for a job he's applying for. He joined the show to give us some details...
The craziest Chiefs playoff victory? It has to be. Trailing 24-0 in the second quarter, the Chiefs rallied back for a 51-31 victory over the Houston Texans in an AFC Divisional Round game at Arrowhead Stadium. Patrick Mahomes was spectacular with five touchdown pass, three to Travis Kelce and the defense came up big. It’s on to the AFC Championship Game for the second straight year and a meeting with the Tennessee Titans. We’ll have you covered all week on SportsBeat KC. Story links: “Let’s do something special:” A Patrick Mahomes speech spark Chiefs’ big comeback Chiefs historic comeback isn’t enough now Chiefs safety Sorensen personifies what enabled the Chiefs to come back, beat Texans Thanks to our sponsor: Big O Tires Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Texans season came to a disappointing end with a 51-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round. Daniel shares his thoughts on the game, reaction from head coach Bill O'Brien, Deshaun Watson and J.J. Watt and former Texan Seth Payne joins him to explore what is next for the organization.
Brian Noe and George Wrighster react live as the Titans shockingly take it to the Ravens in the AFC Divisional Round. They recap the embarrassing effort by the Vikings against the 49ers. George believes that Carson Wentz lost credibility with his teammates by self-reporting his concussion vs the Seahawks. Brian wonders if the running offenses will continue to dominate the NFL next season and the guys preview the rest of the Divisional Round games this weekend. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Special guests Jeff Allen, a former offensive lineman with the Chiefs and Texans, and Gary Lezak, the chief meteorologist at 41 Action News, join "4th and 1" podcast hosts Nick Jacobs and Tod Palmer to preview the AFC Divisional Round playoff between Kansas City and Houston. Kickoff is set for 2:05 p.m. on Sunday and weather could be a factor for the game.
So, what about these Houston Texans, the Chiefs playoff opponent on Sunday? They’ve already won at Arrowhead Stadium this season and now Deshaun Watson, JJ Watt and company look to pull off the upset in the AFC Divisional Round. Aaron Reiss, a former Star reporter who now covers the Texans, provides the latest on Houston. Later, we’ll hear from Texans Coach Bill O’Brien, who spoke with media members who regularly cover the Chiefs. Mellinger MInutes: How the Chiefs might exploit the Texans, a bit about the Royals and more This Chiefs-Texans game will be different than the first. Here are five reasons why Everybody will practice: Chiefs in good shape ahead of playoff game vs. Texans Thanks to our sponsor: Big O Tires Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patrick Mahomes vs. Deshaun Watson in the AFC Divisional Round is the featured matchup when the Chiefs play host to the Texans on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. The Texans hope muscle memory kicks in. They defeated the Chiefs 31-24 in Kansas City in Week 6. Star columnists Sam Mellinger and Vahe Gregorian and beat writers Herbie Teople and Sam McDowell speak to the impact of that game on this one. Story links: Sam Mellinger: Chiefs lose 31-24 at home to Houston Texans, insta-reaction! Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes is part of the changing of the guard in AFC playoffs Five things to know about Chiefs’ playoff opponent: Houston Texans Thanks to our sponsor: Big O Tires Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A wild Wild Card weekend is in the books and we now know the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans at 2:05 p.m. on Sunday in the AFC Divisional Round. Nick Jacobs and Tod Palmer, co-hosts of the "4th and 1" podcast, break down the matchup through the lens of a previous meeting from October.
The Titans advance to the AFC Divisional Round with a win in New England. We have to talk about this, right? Mike Keith and Amie Wells have a special Sunday night edition of The OTP that is a must-listen for Titans fans!
The Kansas City Chiefs return to the field Saturday hosting the Indianapolis Colts at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Divisional Round. Host Tod Palmer is joined by Chiefs insider Nick Jacobs and Yahoo! Sports senior NFL writer Terez Paylor to set up the game.
Mark Schofield dives into the tape and has some nuggets from his re-watch of both AFC Divisional Round games. Plus, some nerdy football stuff as we break out the Cover 3 beaters in anticipation for Sunday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
STEELERS vs Jaguars PLAYOFF PREVIEW The Jacksonville Jaguars bring their 10-6 regular season record to Heinz Field to meet the 13-3 Pittsburgh Steelers at 1:05 this Sunday afternoon for the AFC Divisional Round. The Jaguars flex their league-leading passing defense in trying to match up with the Steeler's high-flying arial attack. The first matchup of these teams had the Steelers ahead 9-7 midway through the third quarter when the wheels fell off as Ben threw two pick-sixes and the defense gave up a 90 yard TD run to Leonard Fournette. That was a fluke. It won't happen again. In that game, Blake Bortles completed eight (8)....(yes EIGHT) passes for 95 yards. This IS likely to happen again if you consider Bortles' capabilities as being embodied by his performance against the Bills in the Jags' 10-3 victory (off a walk-off single to win the game in the 9th inning). The strength of the Jacksonville is its pass defense prowess. They sport the cream of the crop in their cornerback corps. And the Jags are second only to the Steelers in sacks with 55. The linebackers and defensive backs are super-fast. But this defense can be stymied when facing a creative offensive plan like the ones the 49ers and Steelers employed. The Jag's run defense is improved over last season, but it hasn't faced a truly prolific run attack. They did hold a number of formidable runners in check with Buffalo's LeSean McCoy getting 75 yards on 19 carries (2.6 average), Derrick Henry of the Titans 51 yards on 28 carries (1.8 average) and SF's Carlos Hyde 54 yards on 21 carries (2.6 average). Keys to the Game Steelers using a balanced offense Load the box (force Bortles to pass) Win the turnover battle Don't give up the big (50 yard) TD play Score TDs in the Red Zone (0-3 last game) Weather < 30 degrees (would be helpful) Prediction Nick: Steelers 24 - Jaguars 13 Tom: Steelers 31 - Jaguars 7 (hey, it doesn't really matter, does it?)
The Steelers are waiting, and practicing, to see who they will play at Heinz Field on January 14th in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs. With a full Wild Card Weekend just days away, there was plenty to discuss. Check out a quick rundown of the latest episode of The Standard is the Standard for your listening pleasure: Wild Card Weekend MatchupsAFC and NFC PredictionsWho we want the Steelers to playAll that and MUCH MORE!! New for the show is its live recording on YouTube. You can actually watch the latest podcast and subscribe to our YouTube channel to get updated on all that’s going on with The Standard is the Standard. Subscribe to our channel by clicking HERE. If you missed the live shows, you can access it via podcast in a number of ways —our BlogTalkRadio page, on iTunes by searching The Standard is the Standard, on various podcast apps for android users, and in the player at the top of the page. ... The show is sponsored by Frank Walker Law, the top criminal defense firm to call in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia and home to one of the nation’s top-100 ranked trial attorneys in Frank Walker. For his PA office, call 412-212-3878 or to reach his WV office call 304-712-2089. You should also checkout his website frankwalkerlaw.com to see how he can help you in your time of need. Frank Walker Law: Real Talk, Real Experience, Real Results. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The AFC Divisional Round games are in the book and the January 19 Quick Kicks Podcast Part 1 is a 15-minute trip through the events that unfolded in the AFC over the weekend. Mark Schofield and Chuck Zodda break down the key concepts from the battles between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs as well as the Denver Broncos and Pittsburgh Steelers. Topics include: -Recapping last week's predictions for this game and how closely it followed them (1:35) -The importance to the New England offense of having Julian Edelman back in the fold after the wide receiver missed the se and half of the season with a foot injury (2:38) -Whether the inability to defend the run against the Chiefs will be something that continues to be an issue against Denver, or if it was scheme-related (5:27) -The ability of Bill Belichick, Matt Patricia, and the New England defense to take away Travis Kielce as a threat over the course of the game (7:29) -The inability of Denver to move the ball consistently until their final drive of the game and the continued issues in the passing game (8:54) -Whether Pittsburgh's lack of personnel in the box contributed to the Broncos ability to run the ball throughout the game (12:23) -How the New England offensive line will stand up against Denver's front seven, and the importance to the Patriots of having Edelman as a safety valve in the passing game (13:52) -The lack of consistency from New England running the ball and if it will be a concern next weekend (14:44)
In this episode, we looked back at the Patriots victory in the AFC Divisional Round of the Playoffs against the Ravens. In the second half of the show, we previewed the upcoming AFC Championship game for the Patriots against the Colts.