Podcast: Where do the Bills (and Sean McDermott) and Packers (and Aaron Rodgers) go from here?
The Go Long Podcast dives deep on both the Bills' sudden passiveness with everything on the line and Rodgers' calculated, pointed bombshell of a postgame comment.
The Chiefs and Buccaneers are playing in the Super Bowl.
It’s Mahomes. It’s Brady. It’s sports drama to the highest degree.
But before we really dive deep into this all at Go Long, I thought we ought to take a closer look at the two teams that lost on Championship Sunday first. So last night, we recorded another special edition of the Go Long Podcast with our regular guest, former Buffalo Bills GM Doug Whaley.
Much was discussed:
Why did Sean McDermott coach so, so scared after being so aggressive most of this season?
What type of message did that field goal attempt at the end of the first half send the team?
Where did Josh Allen struggle, and how wide is the gap between him and Patrick Mahomes?
Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce are, amazingly, underrated.
How should Bills fans feel after this 15-4 season that ended just one game shy of the Super Bowl?
Aaron Rodgers’ extremely calculated comments, redirecting the masses from another NFCCG defeat. How unhappy is he?
Why the Packers hold the leverage here and really don’t need to do anything.
How should Brian Gutekunst proceed with his (clearly unhappy) franchise quarterback.
A first look at Mahomes vs. Brady in the Super Bowl.
Also, as a reminder, when you become a Go Long Subscriber, you get full access to the Go Long Friday Happy Hour on Zoom where Monos and Whaley both will share untold stories beyond the podcast. What happens on the Zoom, stays on the Zoom. (Just bring a brewski.)