Podcast: Is Russ cooked?
What a strange start to the 2022 NFL season for so many quarterbacks. On "Go Long with Dunne and Monos," all QB mysteries are explored.
From Ken Dorsey smashing everything in sight to Russell Wilson declaring an 11-10 eye-gouger a “terrific” football game, it was an odd Week 3 in the NFL.
On the midweek podcast, co-host Jim Monos and myself sift through the madness.
Which teams should panic at the sport’s most important position? Which teams will be just fine?
Monos offers exceptional insight from what he heard about Wilson at N.C. State from his scouting days in the southeast. There are parallels to what went down in Seattle.
Where do Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett go from here? Yeah, Denver is 2-1, but… yikes. This offense is as fun to watch as Wilson’s new Subway commercial.
The Bills are catching Baltimore at a rough time with Lamar Jackson on fire. Did the Ravens make a big mistake in not paying their former MVP?
What’s the future of this New Orleans Saints team with Jameis Winston — broken back ‘n all — showing signs of 30-pick Jameis again?
Green Bay decided to cede power to Aaron Rodgers behind the scenes last season, a deal Monos knows many other teams would make in a heartbeat.
The Bears didn’t do Justin Fields many favors in free agency but that might’ve been by design, too. Unlike other teams surrounding young quarterbacks with weaponry, perhaps this new front office doesn’t believe in the former Ohio State star. Why is Fields struggling? The predraft criticism that Fields is a slow processor is starting to show itself.
You can download “Go Long with Dunne and Monos” wherever you get your pods with links and embeds below.
Also, this season, the podcast is fueled by our friends at Fattey Beer Company. Subscribers can hang with us during our mid-week shows, too. All info on when/where is noted in The Morning After each Monday AM.