Marcellus Wiley: A statement win washes away some of our memories of Baker Mayfield coming up short I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Cleveland Browns will try to hand the Arizona Cardinals’ first loss of the season in Week 6. Kyler Murray is an MVP candidate, while Baker Mayfield only has four touchdown passes through the first five games. His Browns are currently in third place in the AFC North. Marcellus Wiley explains why Baker needs a statement win against Murray and the Cardinals.

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Emmanuel Acho: The league has not caught up to Patrick Mahomes, but they’ve caught up to the Chiefs I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Kansas City Chiefs are sitting in last place in the AFC West. Patrick Mahomes has six turnovers in the last three games. The Chiefs’ defense has been shaky, but Mahomes said Wednesday that his turnovers are not based on an urgency to score, to make up for the other side of the ball, adding quote: ‘We’re trying to score everytime we touch the football.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why he believes the ‘league has caught up to the Chiefs, not Mahomes.’

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Mark Sanchez: Jalen Hurts is in a tough spot to prove he’s the Eagles’ franchise quarterback I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Mark Sanchez joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if Jalen Hurts still needs to prove he’s the Philadelphia Eagles’ franchise quarterback. Hear why Sanchez believes that Hurts is in a tough spot to prove he’s the franchise leader due to vast changes in the Philly organization.

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Bucky Brooks explains how Baker Mayfield is holding the Browns back and what it means for his future I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Baker Mayfield threw for over 300 yards and had two touchdowns with no turnovers, but it wasn’t enough down the stretch to beat the Los Angeles Chargers as they lost with a final score of 47-42. Mayfield only has four passing touchdowns on the season so far, while the Browns are sitting in third place in the AFC North. Bucky Brooks explains why he believes Baker is holding the Browns back and will not get the massive extension in the offseason.

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Marcellus Wiley: Baker Mayfield is the reason the Browns won’t eclipse the hump they’re stuck in I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Baker Mayfield threw for over 300 yards and had two touchdowns with no turnovers, but it wasn’t enough down the stretch to beat the Los Angeles Chargers as they lost with a final score of 47-42. Mayfield only has four passing touchdowns on the season so far, while the Browns are sitting in third place in the AFC North. Marcellus Wiley explains why he believes Baker is holding the Browns back.

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“Chiefs are drunk off their own success” — Marcellus Wiley explains what’s wrong with Kansas City I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho sit down to discuss what’s wrong with the Kansas City Chiefs after falling to 2-3 throughout the first 5 games of the season. Hear why Wiley believes that the Chiefs are drunk off their own success and are no longer the same team.

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Marcellus Wiley: Baker Mayfield’s IG message to his doubters is unnecessary to post I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Baker Mayfield is coming off a bad performance in the Cleveland Browns’ win over the Minnesota Vikings. Reports say he has been playing with a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder the he suffered back in mid-September. He is unfamiliar with the doubters, as he posted on Instagram saying quote: ‘People seem to forget how I got here. Nothing was given.. Everything earned, ups and downs. Came out stronger and better every time..we have a great group. I have their back and they have mine. I’m gonna battle for these guys every single week. Onto the next challenge.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why he is not a fan of Mayfield’s Instagram message to his doubters.

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Emmanuel Acho: Don’t panic Seahawks’ fans, your season isn’t over yet I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Emmanuel Acho and Marcellus Wiley decide whether the Seattle Seahawks season is finished after losing to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5. Hear why Acho believes that the Hawks still have a chance for the Wildcard spot by outplaying the Chicago Bears, Washington Football Team, and the Carolina Panthers.

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Marcellus Wiley: The Cowboys releasing Jaylon Smith shows their plan is to spend their riches properly I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Dallas Cowboys made a huge roster move in releasing former Pro Bowl linebacker Jaylon Smith. Mike McCarthy said there were quote: ‘Other factors involved in this decision.’ Those factors could be Smith losing his starting job and was due to mae over $9 million guaranteed for injuries next season. The move happened while the Cowboys are on a three-game winning streak. Marcellus Wiley explains why he trusts the Cowboys’ plan after releasing Smith.

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Charles Woodson: The Aaron Rodgers drama in Green Bay is over I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Charles Woodson joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if the Aaron Rodgers drama has officially concluded with the Green Bay Packers. Hear why the Hall of Famer believes that Rodgers has made his frustrations abundantly clear, and that there is no additional distractions for the team.

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Emmanuel Acho: Bears starting Justin Fields shows they’re interested in “exponential growth” I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho discuss whether Matt Nagy made the right decision to announce Justin Fields as the starter for the Chicago Bears over Andy Dalton. Hear why Acho agrees with Matt Nagy’s decision and believes the Bears are interested in ‘exponential and revolutionary growth.’

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Marcellus Wiley: My Chargers are legit contenders because they’re balanced on both sides of the ball I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Los Angeles Chargers hosted the Las Vegas Raiders for Monday Night Football and came through. Justin Herbert threw three touchdowns and the defense sacked Derek Carr four times. The win pulls the Chargers in a three-way tie for first place in the AFC West. Marcellus Wiley, explains why his Chargers are not only ‘legit contenders, but the best team in the AFC besides the Baltimore Ravens.’

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Mark Sanchez: Andy Dalton gives the Bears the best chance to win, not Justin Fields I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Mark Sanchez joins Emmanuel Acho and Marcellus Wiley to discuss if Chicago Bears’ head coach Matt Nagy is mishandling rookie QB Justin Fields. Hear why Sanchez believes it’s in the best interest of the Bears to start Andy Dalton and let the young quarterback continue to learn from the seasoned vet.

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Emmanuel Acho: Cowboys have a Super Bowl roster with a wild card head coach I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wley and Emmanuel Acho discuss whether the Dallas Cowboys are legit Super Bowl contenders after beating the undefeated Carolina Panthers in Week 4. Hear why Acho believes Mike McCarthy is the only cause for concern on an otherwise new and improved team in Dallas.

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Bucky Brooks: Dallas has the best and most complete offense in the NFC; they have better players I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Dak Prescott is getting MVP attention and was compared this week to Drew Brees and Peyton Manning. His offense is ranked fifth overall in the league and the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback was asked on Thursday if he agrees with teammate Amari Cooper that this is the best that he has played, saying quote: ‘Yes, I think it is, but there’s a lot more to go and I feel like each game I go into, I’ll get better and better..’ Bucky Brooks explains why the Cowboys have the best offense in the NFC.

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Marcellus Wiley: Tom Brady needs to beat the Patriots in order to separate himself from Belichick’s greatness I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Bucky Brooks joins Marcellus Wiley and Ric Bucher to discuss the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New England Patriots matchup on Sunday. Hear why Marcellus believes that Tom Brady needs a win more than Bill Belichick in the Battle for Foxborough.

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Marcellus Wiley: Bill Belichick’s legacy is not on the line vs. Bucs; no coach accomplished what he has I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Tom Brady is returning to New England on Sunday night to face his old squad in Week 4, the Patriots. Bill Belichick and Brady won six Super Bowl titles together in 20 seasons, but Belichick’s current team is 1-2. According to FOX Bet Sportsbook, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are favored on the road by seven points. Marcellus Wiley explains why Belichick’s legacy is not on the line Sunday.

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Emmanuel Acho: Bill Belichick regrets letting Tom Brady go since TB12 found happiness before he did I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

We’re days away from the Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick reunion. Brady left New England after 20 seasons, but Belichick said his departure is not a question about not wanting Brady. He added quote: ‘He looked at his options and made his decision. We weren’t as good of an option as Tampa.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why he believes Belichick regrets letting Brady go.

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Emmanuel Acho breaks down the biggest reasons why the Eagles should consider trading for Deshaun Watson I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho discuss whether the Philadelphia Eagles should trade for Houston Texas’ QB Deshaun Watson. Hear why Acho believes that Deshaun Watson is exactly the kind over overcomer that the Eagles need to reach the next level.

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Marcellus Wiley on Jalen Hurts: I don’t know if he’s great enough to do well with what’s around him I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Philadelphia Eagles could not get it clicking last night against the Dallas Cowboys. Jalen Hurts threw for over 300 yards, but he also threw two interceptions, including a pick-six in the third quarter. Hurts said he was the issue in the game. He then shared his perspective on the loss, saying quote: ‘You take your deuces, you don’t look at it and move on. We’re going to flush it and move on.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why he is concerned for Hurts, despite his youth and talent.

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Mark Sanchez tells us exactly when the expectations for rookie QBs changed in today’s game I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Mark Sanchez joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss what’s the biggest reason behind Rookie QBs struggling in the NFL. Hear Sanchez explain why the success of Joe Flacco and Matt Ryan changed the landscape of Rookie QBs in NFL forever in 2008.

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Emmanuel Acho: Cowboys’ win over Eagles taught me nothing new about Dallas I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho share their biggest takeaways from the Dallas Cowboys’ dominate win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Despite a win by such a large margin, Acho explains why the ‘Cowboys win taught me nothing yesterday, because everything they did, we knew they were capable of doing.’

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Marcellus Wiley: The Packers have not put all concerns to rest, but Aaron Rodgers has for himself I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Sunday Night Football ended in a wild fashion. Jimmy Garoppolo put the San Francisco 49ers up a point late in the fourth quarter, but they left Aaron Rodgers a little too much time with 37 seconds. Rodgers hit Davante Adams twice to set up Mason Crosby’s game-winning field goal. After the game, the Packers talked about winning two straight following their Week 1 loss against the New Orleans Saints. Rodgers said quote: ‘It felt like in the locker room today that we finally have the energy we’ve been waiting for.’ Matt LaFleur followed up, saying quote: ‘I’m so proud of our guys..it seemed like we overcame a lot of things.’ Marcellus Wiley explains why the Packers have concerns, but not the reigning MVP.

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