NFL WK 9 Turn of an Era w/ QBs, Top Trade Moves, NFC & AFC Picks & RBs in Dallas | The Pivot Podcast


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Heading into Week 9 of the NFL season, it’s about that time to see what rosters have the talent and depth to finish the season strong and Ryan, Channing and Fred are breaking it down for you. With one of the most active trade deadlines we’ve seen, the league’s top teams didn’t stray away from making moves to keep them in contention for the big game come February.

Channing is big on Miami and the team’s roster moves and feels strongly about Tua’s performance that he is not only one of the top talents playing the position but could have been a MVP candidate if he didn’t miss two games. Comparing his comeback after injury to Dak Prescott’s return in Dallas, Channign says Tua is the better quarterback while Ryan feels that the two will be measured differently as Tua is more on his individual success while it’s either Dallas goest o the Super Bowl or Dak and big D is considered a major let down.

Getting into Dallas’ running back situation and the explosive play of Tony Pollard, Ryan asks Fred to share insight on Pollard vs Zeke Elliott and if there is room for both to share the load or is this a passing of the torch situation. Fred reflects on his time in Jacksonville in similar scenarios and how he sees it playing out.

With so many young quarterbacks stepping up with strong numbers and winning ways, the guys talk about if this is the end of an era of greats such as Tom Brady and Arron Rodgers as we see some of these younger more mobile quarterbacks top the league. As the discussion plays out, Ryan also shares a message about criticism he has received recently when speaking about Tom Brady and makes it very clear how he feels about #12 and the success he has had along with his contributions to the sport are unmatched but doesn’t take away from his performance this season.

Tune in now for game picks, players to watch and teams that are heating up as we are more than half way through the season and there is a lot of good football left to play!

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