Garda goes solo again so he can get to the Rutgers-Wake Forest basketball game. He recaps Minnesota Vikings win over the Atlanta Falcons, the Indianapolis Colts over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the exciting Seattle Seahawks victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos win over the New England Patriots. And he rants about officiating and Rex Ryan because of course he does.
Solo Garda talks about the three games we saw this Thanksgiving and previews several games this coming Sunday. He takes you through the Detroit Lions pounded the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys imploded against the Carolina Panthers and the Green Bay Packers fell short against the Chicago Bears. Then Garda goes over Minnesota Vikings at Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals vs. St. Louis Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers at Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos against the New England Patriots.
Garda flies solo again, covering a resurgent Indianapolis Colts beating a slumping Atlanta Falcons, a dominant Carolina Panthers team trouncing Washington, a bounce back win by the Green Bay Packers over the Minnesota Vikings and a shootout between the Arizona Cardinals and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Garda is once again a wolfpack of one as Griffin is off in Chicago. AG goes over some key NFL Week 11 matchups like Denver Broncos at the Chicago Bears with Brock Osweiler under center, a Kansas City Chiefs trying to become legitimate against a desperate San Diego Chargers team. He also touches on what's going on with the Green Bay Packers and what they can do to overcome a young, but feisty Minnesota Vikings team and how the Cincinnati Bengals can attack a tremendous Arizona Cardinals team.
The guys are back to talk about some of the action from the NFL's Week 10. Garda gets a little riled up talking Cam Newton's dancing and the Carolina Panthers beat-down of the Tennessee Titans, then the guys dive into the Minnesota Vikings win over the Oakland Raiders and whether or not it's fair to question Teddy Bridgewater's deep ball. Then they dissect the horrorshow that was the Green Bay Packers loss to the Detroit Lions and pronounce time of death on Peyton Manning as the Denver Broncos get pounded by the Kansas City Chiefs. All that and more on the latest G&G podcast.
The guys talk about a bunch of Week 10 NFL action including the battle of the Dark Horse teams with Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders, how the Arizona Cardinals became 3.5 point underdogs against the Seattle Seahawks, whether the Super Bowl Jinx follows the New England Patriots in a non-Super Bowl game against the New York Giants, and if there are deeper defensive issues that the Denver Broncos will face at the Kansas City Chiefs. All this along with some relocation talk and Eli vs. Rivers podcast edition.
Week 9 of the NFL season is in the books, leaving AG and Corey to discuss whether or not the Dallas Cowboys are done, what is wrong with the Green Bay Packers but right with Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, where the Buffalo Bills went right and the Miami Dolphins went wrong, whether the Indianapolis Colts are turning things around and why the Denver Broncos brought too much heat in the loss to them. All that and props for play by play announcers with scratchy throats!
Corey plays hurt as the guys get together again to give you a preview of some of the NFL's Week 9 action, as well as some thoughts on the Lions clearing house on Thursday, what the future holds for Matt Stafford with the Lions, what's up with the San Francisco 49ers benching Colin Kaepernick for Blaine Gabbert and Garda tells Jets fans to get over the fact that Geno Smith clearly doesn't have fans in the front office. They break down Denver-Indianapolis and Green Bay-Carolina as well.
The boys are back and talking about some of the exciting NFL action from Week 8.They try to talk New York Jets fans off a ledge, while praising Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders. They discuss what the St. Louis Rams really are and what to think of the loss of Le'Veon Bell will have on the Pittsburgh Steelers chances for a Wild Card spot. And what happened on Sunday night between the Denver Broncos and Green Bay Packers? Was that the real Peyton Manning? Was that the real Packers defense? All that, Vernon Davis trade news and Colts injury kerfuffle all get discussed.