On SNY’s Loud Mouths, Jon Hein and Marc Malusis discuss the ESPN report of a rift between New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, quarterback Tom Brady, and owner Bob Kraft, and also wonder if Belichick would be in play for the open head coaching job for the New York Giants.
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The Los Angeles Chargers will head to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Kansas CIty Chiefs in a Saturday Night Football game the will determine the leader of the AFC West. Quarterbacks Alex Smith and Philip Rivers will fight for 1st place in primetime. Rivers has Melvin Gordon, Keenan Allen, Hunter Henry, & Austin Ekeler to help him rack up points, plus the best edge rushing duo in the league, Joey Bosa & Melvin Ingram to pressure Alex Smith. Rivers and company have won 4 games in a row, while KC has lost 4 of their last 5. Can the Chiefs keep their running game going after Kareem Hunt put up over 100 rush yards against the Oakland Raiders last week? Will Tamba Hali and Derrelle Revis & the return of Marcus Peters after a 1 game suspension help elevate that struggling defense? Very good questions answered by Brandon Perna here on That’s God Sports.
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Walter Payton “Sweetness” Walter held the NFL’s all-time rushing record for almost two decades. He broke Jim Brown’s mark in 1984 and when he retired after the 1987 season, he had extended the record to 16,726 yards…I grew up a Bears fan so this dude meant alot to me on Dan Marino was more intriguing to me On the football field, he had seemed unstoppable – and he knew it. Tacklers had difficulty tackling those hard-pounding legs, those runs in which his knees never looked like they were bending, the changes in direction, the bursts through the lines, the overpowering collisions…To me it’s a tie between Barry Sanders and Walter as far as running the football but in my eyes i feel he was the the most complete player ever he could run, block, catch, throw, return, and even punt and kick the football you name it he did it…name a player that was that versatile? Sweetness was a different kind of beast!
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