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No Huddle Offense: Week 15 l What's a worse way to lose: Colts blowing a 33-0 lead or the Patriots lateral? l Are the Lions & Jaguars both going to make the playoffs?

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It's time for No Huddle Offense on the Zach Gelb Show. I got to give you a credit hickey because you come up with the audio for this segment, and you send me a list of the calls that we should play, and I tell you if we want to go through with this. I'm surprised that you sent me this segment today and you wanted to play every Vikings touchdown when they were down 33 to nothing. And then the Greg Joseph game-winning field goal we knew was going to be a part of that. But I'm surprised that you want to hear every touchdown call. Well, I don't, but I figured we'd do it in the audience's service if we played just the field goal and maybe just one touchdown. You got to tell the story of what was, unfortunately, an historic collapse or a historic comeback. How are we going to look at it?

And I want to sell the audience short. All right, let's listen up to the two-minute and four-second montage that Hate Kiki put together. And, of course, you will hear the voice of the great Paul Allen from the Vikings Radio Network. KJ Osborn in motion to the left, it's third and goal from the two. Cousins, shotgun, looks left, throws left, KJ caught, touchdown.

Touchdown Vikings, it is KJ Osborn with his fourth touchdown this season. First and goal from the one, Cousins under center. Dalvin floats out to the left handoff, CJ grinds inside the one. CJ Ham grinds himself close to the end zone.

No signal. Touchdown, touchdown CJ Ham. Cousins back to pass, looks left, throws left, caught. Jefferson five, walks into the end zone, touchdown Vikings. Cousins under center, Dalvin the tailback, third and goal from the one. Play action, Kirk throws to the end zone, caught, touchdown Vikings. It's Adam Thielen and it's 36-27 Indianapolis. First and ten from his own 36-yard line, back to pass, green left to Dalvin.

Turns it up outside the numbers to the 40, gets to the 50, and he's low. Dalvin 20 to the left, 15-10, five, touchdown. Dalvin Cook, yes, yes, a 64-yard touchdown.

Snap takes the handoff, looks left, looks center, yes. It is DJ Hopkinson for the two, and we're tied 36. 40-yard dry right hash, snap spot, Joseph right-footed kick, it is good. And the Minnesota Vikings have completed the greatest comeback in the history of the National Football League. From 33 down, they beat the Indianapolis Colts 39-36.

That was awesome, and the Vikings do clinch the NFC North. Justin Jefferson, 12 catches for $1.23 and a touchdown. KJ Osborn, 10 catches for 157 yards and a score. How about KJ Osborn, a career day, he told us in the summer, get your popcorn ready, when I told him I thought the Packers were going to win the NFC North this year, so congratulations to him, and Dalvin Cook, 190 yards of total offense and a touchdown.

So I told you I was going to my favorite sports bar in New York, in Barryville, at the Barryville Hotel, BVH, which makes delicious wings. So I was there, and I was with a group of friends, and I told them before the game, let's all bet Dalvin Cook anytime touchdown. And with all the people that were scoring for the Vikings, it wasn't Dalvin Cook, I'm like, oh, I'm going to have to wear some egg on my face, we erupted during that play. Go, go, go, go, go, and then you get the Dalvin Cook anytime touchdown. So, Hickey, you will remember that game for the rest of your life, as you were up 33-0 in your football team loss, 39-36 in overtime. Browns and Ravens, Browns 13, Ravens 3, that's the final, Donovan People's Jones, a 3-yard touchdown run to make it 13-3 in the third quarter.

Here's Jim Donovan of the Browns on Radio Network. From the Baltimore 3, here's Watson back, looking, throwing, caught, People's Jones got it, and he goes in, touchdown, Donovan People's Jones. What a play on third down and goal. Nick Chubb, 21 carries for 99 yards. I thought they probably should have given him the ball more. Deshaun Watson, he just does not look good so far. To the first three games of his return to the NFL, this last one, he was 18-28, 161 yards at a touchdown.

He looked really rusty, and I think coaching-wise, I know you're paying him all that money and everything, and he's your quarterback now, but I would keep on running the football a lot more than they did. Tyler Huntley in the game, 17-30 for 138 yards and a pick. J.K. Dobbins, 13 carries for 125 yards. And a great game in the snow on Saturday night. Bills beat the Dolphins, 32-29. Going into halftime, it looked like the Bills were going to blow out the Dolphins, and the Dolphins have the lead in the second half, they look like they're going to win the game.

But Buffalo found the way to get the job done. I thought Devin Motor Singletary should have scored the touchdown, but he elected to fall down at the two or the three. In the snow, Blizzard, I know is a chip shot field goal, but I don't like the approach of trusting that the snap's going to be good, the hold's going to be good, and the kicker isn't going to lose his footing. But Tyler Bass made the 25-yard field goal to win the game with no time left.

Here's John Murphy on Bills radio. 25-yard field goal try for Tyler Bass. The win hangs in the balance. The snap is good, the hold is good, the kick is up. The kick is good.

It is good. The fireworks go off. The Bills go back to the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year.

This crowd is going crazy. Josh Allen, 25-40 for 304 yards and four touchdowns, also had 10 carries for 77 yards. Dawson Knox had a great game, six catches for 98 yards and a touchdown.

Tuatunga-Vilo, a nice bounce-back game after the last two weeks of just poor football. 17-30 for 234 yards and two touchdowns, where he mostered 17 carries for 136 yards. And Jalen Waddle was waddling like a penguin, three catches for 114 yards and the score. Eagles, Bears, Eagles win 25-20. Jalen Hurts, a 22-yard touchdown run. He had three rushing touchdowns on the day. This made it 10-6 in the second quarter.

Here is Merrill Reese on the Eagles Radio Network. Let's see what he does right here. Falls for the football.

He's going to run. He's at the 20, 15, 10-5. Goodbye, touchdown! So three rushing touchdowns for Jalen Hurts, 61 yards on the ground. Also was 22-37 through the air for 315 yards. No passing touchdowns.

They have two interceptions. We found that after the game because of the big shot that he took in the third quarter. Jalen Hurts, not expected to play. We don't know if he's going to be able to give it a go up against the Cowboys on Christmas Eve.

He's dealing with a sprained right shoulder. A.J. Brown, 9 catches for 181 yards.

Savonte Smith, 5 for $1.26. And Justin Fields, 14-21 for 152 yards and two touchdowns. Fields also added 95 yards on the ground. And he became the third quarterback ever to rush for 1,000 yards or more in a season.

Joining Michael Vick and Lamar Jackson. Saints and Falcons, first career start for Desmond Ritter. 13-26 for 97 yards. Also had six carries for 38 yards. Andy Dandy Dalton goes 11-17 for 151 yards and two touchdowns. And Jawan Johnson had four catches for 67 yards and two touchdowns. Here's a Jawan Johnson 22-yard TD snag to make it 21-10 in the third quarter.

Here is Mike Haas on Saints radio. Takes the snap, here comes some pressure. Does throw, complete on the far side. And that will be a touchdown. The second of the day for Jawan Johnson. So you had the two passing touchdowns by Andy Dalton and then one by Taysom Hill. Lions and Jets. What a matchup this was. So coming out of the two-minute warning on fourth and an inch. This is what the Lions dialed up. It was a 51-yard TD catch.

Little bit in the flat. Brock Wright comes off the line of scrimmage and takes it to the end zone, which is very uncharacteristic to be able to do up against a great Jets defense. So congratulations to Brock Wright. The Jets defense looked lost in that moment. And then Zach Wilson somehow completed a long pass to get him into field goal range. And then Greg Zuerlein had this 58-yard field goal attempt. That obviously was wide left. We'll listen up to both those calls on Lions radio with Dan Miller. Golf's going to throw it.

Back and looking. Throws wide open left side. Brock Wright with it. To the 30. Brock Wright 25.

Brock Wright 20. Comes back in the 10. To the 5. To the end zone. Touchdown Detroit Lions.

Oh, my. 51 yards. Golf to Brock Wright. And the Lions are back in front.

Oh, baby, how big is that? So this is going to be a 58-yard field goal attempt to try to send this game to overtime. Zuerlein's ready.

Long count. There's the snap. Spot down. Kick away. It is up. It is. No good. No good.

Missed it to the left. Lions escape. They win it. Make it 6 out of 7. Lions started off the season 1 and 6.

They're now 7 and 7. Heck of a coaching job by Dan Campbell. Jared Goff 23-38 for 252 yards and a touchdown. Iman Ross St. Brown 7 catches for 76 yards. And the return of Zach Wilson, it was the tale of two halves. First half he played really well. The second half, he just looked bad. 18-35, 317 yards, two touchdowns and a pick.

Hickey, he makes some plays. He'll make a few plays during the course of the game, but there's too many moments where you just say, man, this is not a guy that you can really believe or trust in as a quarterback. To steal a turn that the Colts talked about when talking about Carson Wentz or used when talking about Carson Wentz, can't make the laps. You've got to be able to make these throws. And Zach Wilson, like I said, misses too many wide open, inaccurate throws that it almost ruins the big plays he has. And the interception he threw was horrendous. And sure, another Michael Carter made a great catch, but that just throws it up. Like, what are you doing? That was a good point.

Wentzian, yes, I like that. An eye on football, sometimes you don't see everything and you go to one of the stringers and the stringers are like, oh, what a throw by Wilson. And I saw it on replay a second or two later. I'm like, oh, that wasn't that good of a throw. Michael Carter just made a heck of a catch. Steelers and Panthers.

Steelers 24, Panthers 16. Mitch Trubisky. Not going to call him Trubusky, even though I called him that a lot in the pregame show, because I did have the Steelers plus three. But Mitch Trubisky with a good day, a one-yard touchdown rush to make it 21-7 in the third quarter.

Here's Bill Hilgrove on the Steelers Radio Network. Well, let's see what Mitch does. He does. He goes up over the top. Touchdown, Mitch Trubisky. And for Mitch, his second of the year rushing. And the Steelers open up a double-digit lead. So Mitch Trubisky, 17-22 for 179 yards, and also that rushing score, Deontay Johnson, take hatches for 98 yards.

Sam Darnold, 14-23 for 225 yards and a touchdown. Mraz was, I guess, was listening to me on ION Football, and he texted me. He goes, dude, I can't stand how you say Mitch Trubisky. He thought I just couldn't pronounce Trubisky. And I go, you don't get it?

Like, I'm calling him Mitch Trubusky because the guy's a bust. And once I explained that to him, he thought that was pretty funny. But isn't that classic, Mraz? He wasn't able to get the joke there?

I guess if I was him, I would get it. If you're not listening to the show. Come on. You have to defend him. I'm just saying. If I parachuted in and heard you say Mitch Trubisky, like, what is this city talking about? He said he was going to drive through the drive-thru at Dunkin' Donuts.

There you go. When I was saying it because he thought I was just pronouncing the word wrong. It's all right. Man, with how many shots he takes at you, you're just going to go defend him there. Loyal guy, the hot take kick he is. I respect that about you. Well, I don't know what the shots he takes.

I guess at this point, ignorance is bliss. Okay. Jaguars, Cowboys. The Cowboys are up 27 to 10. Rayshaun Jenkins had himself a day. He had 18 total tackles and two interceptions.

The last one was the game-winning pick six, which was a remarkable play. Here is Frank Frangie on the Jaguars radio network as Rayshaun Jenkins prevented the ball from hitting the ground, was able to just get his hands underneath it, and then take it 52 yards to the house as the Jaguars win, and are still very much so alive to win the AFC South. Shotgun for Prescott. He dropped a throw.

Looking, looking. Fires middle of the field, and that ball is... Picked off! It is picked off by Rayshaun Jenkins! He's running it back along the right sideline! That is going to be a touchdown! That is going to be a touchdown!

The Jags are going to win it on a Rayshaun Jenkins pick six! I love the euphoria in his voice. It's one of those things that you can't really process, and you can't believe what's happening, but then when it happens, you're just like, whoa!

And you almost want to pretend as if it isn't real. That's how I process Frank Frangie right there, Hanky. Also, that poor guy's had a lot of frustration pent up for the last few years, how bad the Jaguars have been outside of 2017. He's ready to let it loose now on any good moment. Trevor Lawrence, 27-42 for 318 yards, four touchdowns, and an interception in the last six games. He's completing 70.4% of his passes, has 1,680 yards, and four touchdowns, only one interception. Travis Etienne, 19 carries, 103 yards.

Zayd Jones, six catches for 109, and he gets not one, not two, but three touchdowns. On the other hand, Dak Prescott, 23 of 30 for 256 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions. Chiefs and Texans, back-to-back weeks where the Chiefs just didn't have it for 60 minutes. They find a way to win as the Texans got the ball back in overtime, and all they needed was a field goal to get the job done and win.

Davis Mills fumbles the football. It was recovered by Willie Gay, was forced by Frank Clark, and on the next play, Jerick McKinnon said, good night, Mitch Holtus, Chiefs Radio Network. Free receivers and a triangle to the left side, Mahomes, hands it off to McKinnon, trying to dart left, 25-20, downfield block, 10-5, touchdown, Kansas City, terrific run by Jerick McKinnon to win the game in overtime on a 26-yard run, and the Kansas City Chiefs have won the AFC West for a seventh consecutive year. Two touchdowns for Jerick McKinnon in the game, Patrick Mahomes, 36 of 41 for 336 yards and two touchdowns, and his 87.8 completion percentage is the highest completion percentage with 40-plus pass attempts in a game in NFL history since 1950.

Travis Kelce, 10 catches for 105 yards. Oh, wait, they were throwing the football in 1950, 40-plus times a game, Hickey? That's a crazy stat that you gave me. Well, that's NFL research.

I guess they don't want to just declare that, you know, I don't know. I don't know why they just didn't make an assumption that, yeah, they're not throwing the ball 50 times in a game in like 1927, but there you go. Yeah, that's crazy. Juju Smith-Schuster, 10 catches for 88 yards, Davis Mills, 12 of 24 for 121 yards and two touchdowns. Broncos and Cardinals, this game was a disaster, but the Broncos win, Latavius Murray, a 10-yard rushing touchdown to make it 79 in the fourth quarter. There's Dave Logan on the Broncos radio network. Murray now, the back resets from right to left of Rip.

They toss it left side. Here comes Murray, blocked her out in front of him, inside to five, Murray leans the ball to the end zone, touchdown Denver! Latavius Murray, 24 carries for 130 yards and a touchdown, Brett Rippon, 21 of 26, let it rip 197 yards, a touchdown and a pick. Colt McCoy was 13 of 21 for 78 yards and an interception. He left the game in the third quarter because of a concussion and in came Trace McSorley. Raiders and Patriots, Keelan Cole, a 30-yard touchdown to tie the game, which should not have been a touchdown with 32 seconds left, but with that being said, that does not excuse what happened after that as the Patriots are a dumb football team this year as Chandler Jones got a gift, a 48-yard, I guess they call that a fumble return for a touchdown to win the game.

Here is Jason Horowitz and Lincoln Kennedy on the Raiders radio network. Snap to Cole, looking left, lobs towards the far end zone, over the shoulder, it's caught by Cole! Touchdown Raiders!

Back pile on! Keelan Cole with the catch of his life! And the Raiders are an extra point away from tying this game with 32 seconds to go! Mac Jones hands it off on a draw to Ramondre Stevenson, breaks out of a tackle at the 50, has the 45, breaks away from another tackle, pitches it backwards, and now Jacoby Myers spinning around, he throws it to Chandler Jones in midfield, and a stiff on!

Chandler Jones racing towards the end zone! It scores! Oh my goodness! Oh my goodness! I can't believe what I just saw!

Again! I can't believe what I just saw! This is unbelievable! Wow! On the first night of Hanukkah, it's a miracle in Las Vegas!

That's awesome. That's an awesome call. The actual play, I absolutely hate, but it's an awesome radio call.

We gotta hear Zolack later, we'll play associates Zolack later. Derek Carr, 20 of 38, for turns 31 yards, 3 touchdowns, and an awful pick 6. Josh Jacobs, 22 carries for 93 yards, Mac Jones, 13 to 31 for 112 yards for Ramondre Stevenson, 19 carries for 172 yards, and a touchdown. Tennessee and the LA Chargers, Justin Herbert, what a passing catch this was, 35 yard pass to Mike Williams to get the Chargers in field goal range, and then Cameron Dicker, Dicker the kicker, a 43 yard field goal to give the Chargers a 17 to 14 lead with 4 seconds left.

Here is Matt Money-Smith on the Chargers radio network. And Herbert under duress, scrambling away, sets his feet, throws downfield, and just been caught by Mike Williams, oh my goodness, oh my goodness, inbounds, 20 seconds left at the 20. They spot the ball, Herbert right up on it, and he's gonna spike it with 14 left. This will be a 43 yard kick from the right hash, snap, kick is up, and it is good! Oh, Cameron Dicker, puts the bolts up 3 with 4 seconds to go, what a drive. And we go to Tampa Bay, the Bucks got out to a 17 to nothing lead, then the Bengals scored 34 in answer, points, Jamar Chase at an 8 yard touchdown reception to make it 27 to 17 in the 4th quarter, here's Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham on the Bengals radio network. Burrow looking, his throw, caught by Chase, heads for the end zone, touchdown, Bengals, Joe Burrow with his third touchdown pass of the second half, and the Bengals have a chance to go up by 10. Burrow in the game had 4 total touchdowns and a pick, 27 to 39 for 200 yards, Jamar Chase 7 for 60 and a score, Tom Brady, 30 to 44 for 312 yards, 3 touchdowns, 2 interceptions, and Tampa Bay had a turnover on 5 straight possessions, a botch fake punt, an interception, a fumble, a fumble, and then another pick, 8 losses, the most in the regular season for Tom Brady in his career, and it's the first time in Brady's career his team has blown a 17 plus point lead. Next up, Giants commanders on Sunday Night Football, here's Kayvon Thibodeau on a strip sack and a recovery for a touchdown to give the Giants a 7 to 3 lead in the second quarter and then the controversial 4th down stop to win the game when many wanted pass interference, here's Bob Papa on the Giants Radio Network. Knocked away incomplete, Darnay Holmes knocked it away. 12 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, a sack and a touchdown for Kayvon Thibodeau, Daniel Jones who I thought played well, 21 to 32 for 160 yards, the stats don't really tell how, I thought there were some big moments by Daniel Jones in that game and Saquon Barkley, 18 carries for 87 yards and a touchdown and Taylor Heinecky, 17 to 29 for 249 yards and a TD and that is your week 15 no huddle offense. Up against Notre Dame earlier in the season and I got to give credit to Jim Moore Jr. for the job that he did with UConn because Hickey, when he took that job, a lot of, he even said it, like a lot of his friends are like what the heck are you doing, UConn is a dreadful, dreadful job and they've been horrible at football for a while and to get them to a bowl game, I know a lot of people say and I kind of feel this way too, there's so many bowl games, like who even cares about the Myrtle Beach Bowl and things like that but to get UConn to a bowl game, it's a heck of a coaching job by Coach Moore. If you ask me what's more likely, the UConn football program folds or they get to a bowl game in the next like five years, I would have said folds, like without a doubt. Oh yeah, with how bad they were, there's no doubt about that. So that underscores just basically what a miracle it is that Jim Moore didn't in the first year nonetheless, crazy.

You can think of Riley Auto Parts where your car care needs get guaranteed low prices and excellent customer service from the professional parts people at O'Reilly Auto Parts. I think we have a great poll question tonight. You could always chime in at Zach Gelb, Z-A-C-H-G-E-L-B on Twitter. Make sure you give us a follow and vote on the poll question also at CBS Sports Radio and you give us a call on this too if you want 855-212-4CBS, 855-212-4227. Heck you usually have a good read on this in terms of the way that our listening audience does vote, but this is a poll question today. Which one was a worse way to lose, the Colts blowing a 33-0 lead or the Jacoby Myers lateral?

Before we get into how you think the voting goes down. And I know this is easy probably for me to say, oh, it's the Jacoby Myers lateral because I'm a Patriot fan. But I do think the Jacoby Myers lateral just kind of encapsulates what a stupid season this has been for the Patriots and just their dumb approach on offense. These stupid plays that they make in a game that's just inconceivable and it is really a dose of reality where I didn't think the Patriots were going to make the playoffs before the start of the season.

I thought they'd be an 8-9, 9-8 team and just miss out on the playoffs. But to see their dumb approach just continue and continue throughout the year and the game where they're trailing and they were down big to then come on back, get the lead, then you have the whole Keelan Cole scenario with the touchdown that I thought should have been called back. But regardless, when you have Romandre Stevenson running the ball late and you're not throwing a Hail Mary, which I thought they should have thrown the Hail Mary, but you have Romandre Stevenson running it, you can't start throwing the ball around like it's hot potato. So for the Colts, yeah, it's historically bad. They blow that 33-0 lead.

It's embarrassing. Their season was already over. This one's worse to me and that's the way that I'm going to answer the question just because I feel like this then puts the final nail in the coffin not to steal a line from Dan Hord and Dave Lapham on the Bengals radio network. So when it's coffin nails, bam, bam, bam, that seemed like coffin nails for the Patriots this year. I mean, hey, I trust me, I'd love to say the Patriots lost worse on the Colts, but the thing with the Patriots is you can excuse it as one person making a bad decision.

We've seen that in sports all the time. J.R. Smith forgets to score in the NBA Finals game, like there are plenty of examples where one guy screws up and it impacts a team, but it's just like one guy. To blow a 33-0 lead in the second half, you need everyone on the team to just stop playing football to play some of their worst football for a half and totally, absolutely just go into the can.

And again, it was like eight minutes, 30 seconds up to the third quarter. So all that has to happen in such a short amount of time, I just think that's worse. At least for the Patriots, it's look, Charlie Myers making a bad play, bad decision. So the Colts losing, it's everybody. Let me ask you this though. Wait, wait.

So what's your answer? The Colts? Oh, it is the Colts. Oh yeah. Cause you know how hard that is to do?

That's why I was confused. It's so hard to blow a 33-0 lead, I think it's worse because... It's never happened before.

That's how hard it is. And like, it's not that we've seen this exact play which Jacoby Myers had before, but it's like you've seen guys lose a game by themselves for a bad decision. What do you think the answers are here? Colts blow the 33-0 lead, Jacoby Myers lateral. I will say Colts are in the lead. I will say 61-39 Colts favorite.

Now maybe it's because, I'll give you the answer in a second. Maybe it's because the Colts game happened on Saturday and the Patriot game happened on Sunday, but I feel like today we haven't even really, other than this show, we have not really heard much or seen much about the Colts Vikings game where every single time I look up at a screen here and I have the NFL network on, they are showing that Patriots play. So maybe it has to do something with the Saturday and the Sunday difference, but still, it's a Monday show for everyone, you pretty much just recap the weekend anyway. It is also easier just to replay one highlight, which it is, compared to, I mean, our montage was 2 minutes and 4 seconds of touchdowns.

It's a lot of time to dedicate to showing the Vikings come back. So right now in the poll question, 51%, Colts blow the 33-0 lead is worse than Jacoby Myers lateral which is at 49%. A little closer than I thought, but right there.

It is very, very close. And the Colts blowing the 33-0 lead, I guess people are trying to make me feel better today and try to take a shot at you. That was a, no pun intended, was a come from behind on the poll question because Jacoby Myers was leading about an hour ago. So Colts may be winning this poll question.

Congrats to me, I guess, not really, but congrats to you for... This is a very weird day because it would have been so, it would have been a whole lot more fun if the Colts would have just did what they did and the Patriots would have won. But like, I can't destroy you today when my team just lost the way that they did.

So we're kind of just miserable together. We'll also, we'll say this, if this happened in week two, it's different than like today. Like again, it took me a day in the moment. I was like, don't make history.

They made history. I woke up, I got over it. But you still wanted them to lose. And now you're picking maybe if the Rams win today in the top five, whereas this is like week three and everything's still in front of you, to lose a game like that, there'd be an epic meltdown. El Capitan Marco Belletti is here.

What do you think is the worst way to lose Marco? Is the Colts blowing the 33 to nothing lead to the Jacoby Myers lateral? I need clarity. Does it, do we go by the fact that the Patriots had something to play for and the Colts season was over? Well, that's how I basically, now you could interpret it whatever way you want. That's how I went with it because even though I didn't think the Patriots could be a playoff team before the start of the year, this was, I think the nail in the coffin on their seasons. Especially with how everything else played out, where you had the Jets lose and you already beat them twice. And I know you still have to figure out what was going to go on the rest of the way with the Chargers and all of that. But I thought for sure that it meant more for the Patriots. And to me, that's why I think it signifies that people that were on the fence, oh, they made the playoffs last year. How good can they continue to be without Brady? You lose a game like that, that was very jet like what you saw from the Patriots yesterday. I think it's a dose of reality to Patriot fans that were still on the fence of what the team was. And then to me, that it's not even a contest, then it's the way the Patriots lost.

Because there was still something in front of them. Are they good? No, I've been saying this to you for a while and you've been in agreement with me.

I said it before the start of the season. They don't do anything well. They do a couple of things. They play solid defense, that's about it. They're not that good. They're just flat out.

But they still had something in front of them. So to get this, I mean, kick to below the belt, to lose a game in that regard when you're still fighting for a playoff spot, it's no contest. The Colts game was, I mean, you're watching a horror movie unfold in front of your eyes, but your season was over.

So it really doesn't matter. I mean, Ryan was talking, this is week two. That's where every week you're still like, I can't believe, like it just doesn't really sit with you.

You can't fathom how bad it is. It's over. So let's say if they were the same team and it just has happened back to back weeks or just in one isolated moment, you're a fan, no one wants to lose, but if you had to pick a way to lose, would you rather lose in just one of the stupid plays you'll ever see with the Jacoby Myers lateral? Because even if Mac Jones catches it, where's Mac Jones going? That's why it was so stupid to me. And I just chalk it up to, I think that was a game of hot potato. Jacoby Myers got the ball.

He was like, oh, what do I do with this? And then he just in a stupid way, not defending him, just threw the ball 20 yards downfield. Or would you rather lose going up 33 to nothing thinking, okay, there's no way we can lose this game. And now, unfortunately, I have some, I don't know, experience in all of this being a giant fan. Yeah, the 49er playoff game was, sorry to unfold, to watch the statute of limitations on that one.

No, no, no. So to watch the horror unfold in a playoff game right in front of you, which I think it was a 25 point lead, yeah, look, it's hard when you're watching and you're just, it's a train wreck that you just can't stop. I mean, it's an accident that you see in front of you and you can't swerve. And there were two touchdowns taken off the board by the officials.

It's hard to live through that and to get past it. One play, and unfortunately, again, being a giant fan, more of like the Brian Westbrook or the Sean Jackson punt return, which again, yeah, and that one actually was a comeback for the Eagles. But yeah, it's still, no, no, it's still one play.

He's dancing on your grave right now. Yeah, those are different. Like those are where the TV's off and you're just staring at the black screen and you just sit there and you do that for like an hour. Those are a little different. Those are the bandaid ripped off and you still confused as to what you saw.

I went right for the pasta and ice cream last night. The slow burn is really hard to, to, to live through. I mean, really you wind up going through every play. If they just made this play, if they just made that play, if this could have just, just, if they could have burned 10 more seconds, you really had the quick death of the long painful death. Yeah, because you know it was one play, everything else, you wind up almost like a coach. You're reliving the whole damn thing over and over. You'd rather, I guess for better terms, say you get hit by a bus instead of slowly like burned to death. Well, I mean, yeah, that's the, not to give the visuals, it's kind of like money ball. You know, when, when they're, when Brad Pitt's talking to him and he's like, would you rather one to the head or four to the chest and you bleed out and it's like, these are my options. Like, you know, I guess, yeah, one to the head. Just put me out of my misery. Also Matt Ryan, I know he's had a very good career, he's won an MVP, but just the fact that he's been a part of now 28 to three and 33 to nothing, I feel bad for him.

I really do. Yeah. I mean, look, that's a borderline hall of fame career. That's really thought of and just the shame is that's the only thing I can think of now when I see Matt Ryan, who was an MVP in this league, has had a career.

Like you said, you can make an argument for a hall of fame, but for me, when I hear Matt Ryan, I just think 28 to three first and foremost, and now you'll think, okay, yeah, 33 to nothing. Yeah, I don't, I mean, I got there, but that's just reality. Yeah. I don't know if this one's going to stick as much.

I feel like 28 to three, I think this one, again, because there's nothing to play for. Yeah. It's, it's embarrassing. Right. No, it's embarrassing in the moment, but I feel like three or four years from now, like if you come up to Hickey and you go 33, nothing, he's going to go, what you're going to remember.

You just don't care. Well, Hickey does have a 28 to three Colts, Matt Ryan shirt that I got him. I put the number 28 to three on the back of it and got it to him as a gift, so he does have a shirt like that. I was a little bit off on the score, but you can change those numbers around Hickey.

Yeah. That one's not going to, that one's not going to stick. That one's not going to stick. Luckily for Matt Ryan, he's going to, it'll be us footnote. We'll mention it, but it's something that almost we have to look up. We need to Google that.

We don't need to Google 28 to three. Matt Ryan is hoping that someone next week is up 34 to nothing and loses the game. That's what he's hoping for. Good luck with that. Yeah. I don't think it's going to happen.

Good luck with that. I mean, it took a while. That, that Bill's Oilers game was Frank Frank. Think about it for a second.

It was the Houston Oilers. Yeah. Okay. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money.

I'm not in a rush to hurt people. 15 years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money.

I'm not in a rush to hurt people. 15 years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money.

I'm not in a rush to hurt people. 15 years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio.

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They go from one and six to seven and seven, and they have just been a fun team to watch. Their next three games, Hickey, Carolina, Chicago, and Green Bay. I know last week we both said we thought the winner of the Commander's Giants game would get in the playoffs and then the Detroit Lions, the last two wildcard spots in the NFC. I think the Lions are going to win out.

I really do. So I'm going to say it's now the Lions and the Giants that get into the post-season yourself. Same, yeah. I thought the winner of yesterday, I thought it was going to be the Commanders. So I was going to say Commander's Lions, but obviously the winner of that game is a huge head start and a huge advantage to everyone else. In this case, the Giants win, and I'm with them. I think the Lions are going to run the table. They're playing good football right now, don't like their direction of the Seahawks. I didn't like the direction of the Giants, they had a nice win, but I'll still say Lions getting that last spot. Now if they lose one game, then it could get a little bit tricky.

Now we've got to see what the Commanders can do. The Commanders have a tough game this weekend, but that tie could end up helping out the Commanders. But I'm just trusting the Lions right now. Their offense has been a whole lot of fun to watch and their defense, not that it's great, but it's getting better.

It feels like week in and week out and they're getting hot at the right time of the year. Now in the AFC South, we thought the Tennessee Titans were easily going to win this division, but now you have Trevor Lawrence showing why he had that transcendent ability and he's starting to look like a franchise quarterback. They're 6-8, they come from behind to get that big time victory up against the Dallas Cowboys. Tennessee loses a close one yesterday to the Chargers. And remember, the Jaguars beat Tennessee already once, they play in the final week of the season. Jaguars next three games and they are 6-8, Tennessee is 7-7. Jaguars next three games, they play the Jets on Thursday Night Football short week, Mike White probably will not play. Then they play the Texans and then they get Tennessee that last week of the season.

This is a Jaguars team? They could be making the playoffs because Tennessee's schedule is you get the Texans this weekend, you get the Cowboys, then you get the Jaguars. I'm thinking they probably split, you would say, the Texans and the Cowboys. I would probably lean that the Cowboys beat Tennessee and then the Titans, they do beat the Texans the week before.

So then that last game of the season could mean everything. But I'm thinking the Jaguars win, get win number seven coming up on Thursday night. Then you think they beat the Texans and then last week of the season, it may come down to all that? Just like we thought, the Jaguars control their destiny to win the AFC South.

They go 3-0, they are hosting a home playoff game just like we all said. And they would be 9-8. Who would have thought that heading into the year, and I'll give you credit. Because even though you made a lot of wrong NFL predictions this year, and I mean a lot of wrong predictions and some bad ones like Baker Mayfield was going to be a top five quarterback. You said that rule was going to be coach of the year. You said Nathaniel Hackett was going to be a top three coach in the NFL this season. And Russell Wilson was going to win a Super Bowl and a Super Bowl MVP and you're number one in Denver. You said, not that you thought the Jaguars and Lions had this great record, but you did believe that they were going to be better than what people thought.

So I give you credit for that. You know how to identify bad teams end up being a little bit better than what they're going to be. Right around.500. I don't think either make the playoffs and go figure this year, right around.500 will be good enough maybe to make it to the playoffs, but definitely even better than I thought in some ways. It's been good to see that now the two bad teams for a while have gotten young talent and starting to figure it out. Who wins the AFC South? I'm going Jaguars.

Yeah, so am I. Titans. Bad. I'm bad. Bad right now. Ryan Tanels on one leg. Looks like they could use A.J.

Brown. You say that again. That's why John Robinson's fired.

So earlier in the show, we didn't know how to law offense. And I was shocked you didn't use the final call Bob Socey and Scott Zolack on the Patriots Radio Network for the catastrophe. In my opinion, other people, they were probably jumping for joy and thought it was a great moment on that final call. I was very surprised, Tiki, that you did not play the Patriot call.

So let's hear that right now and hear how Bob Socey and Scott Zolack handled it. Now in a third and ten, three seconds left. Jones will give it to Steven. He started right. He runs it up the middle. Hit by Chandler. Jones slips the hit across the 45 with a stiff arm.

Off attack on the 40. He lost the football. And Jacoby Myers picks it up. He circles back and he throws it across the field.

Oh my God. He's picked up by Chandler Jones. He breaks away to the 30. He runs to the 20. He runs to the 10. He runs to the end zone. Unreal. Touchdown Raiders.

Good night. This might be one of the dumbest teams I've ever seen. And a victory for Las Vegas. I don't know what to say. You think Miami was bad? We're down here.

The Miracle of Miami. This is a heads roll type freaking play right here. Oh my God. I thought he was going to curse, Hickey.

I really did. And I'll give him credit because Zolack, everyone's like, oh, he's such a homer, which is true, right? He loses mind. He's, he's nuts. But when he needs to be critical, he is. And there's no doubt about it. He was critical on that. And he processed it just how I processed it as well. What a disaster.

Night night. So she was great in the call. So was Zolack. Oh man, that was a, that's a heck of a call, even from the losing side of it.

Onside's offside next. Zach Hill Show, CBS Sports Radio. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix.

I'm in a rush to making money, I'm not in a rush to hurting people. Fifteen years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia. Available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix.

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There's a lot to listen to, so get started and download the free Odyssey app today. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money, I'm not in a rush to hurting people. Fifteen years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia.

Available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money, I'm not in a rush to hurting people. Fifteen years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia. Available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts. Throughout the sixties and seventies, cops hunted down key figures of the Dixie mafia, including its enigmatic ringleader, Kirksey Nix. I'm in a rush to making money, I'm not in a rush to hurting people. Fifteen years into Kirksey's life sentence, the Dixie mafia was practically folklore, but that would soon change. I'm Jed Lipinski. This is Gone South, a documentary podcast from C-13 Originals, a Cadence 13 studio. Season two, the Dixie mafia. Available now on the Odyssey app or wherever you get your podcasts.
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