Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - Can't Put All the Blame on Dak, the Bills Have a Sean McDermott Problem & The Truth about Danny Dimes
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On today's episode, Jason and Super Producer Rob G (Robert Guerra) bring you wall-to-wall analysis of the NFL Divisional round playoff action. First up, following yet another disappointing playoff exit, all eyes will be on Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys. The guys disagree regarding exactly how much blame Dak deserves for what went wrong against the San Francisco 49ers, but they do agree that Dallas' future is murky at best given how many key players are free agents (Tony Pollard and Dalton Schultz, to name a few) and how big Dak's cap number is moving forward. On the flip side, Brock Purdy did just enough to get the win for San Francisco, but with Jimmy Garoppolo set to return from his injury, are we 100% certain he won't get a quick hook if things go awry in the NFC Championship game? Moving over to the AFC, it's become abundantly clear after their blowout loss to Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals that something is amiss with the Buffalo Bills. When a team flames out at home like that you have to wonder whether or not head coach Sean McDermott is still the man for the job moving forward. McDermott is easily the biggest loser of the weekend; if the Bills' ownership had any intestinal fortitude at all they'd put in a call to Sean Payton and gauge his interest in the job. Quickly looking ahead to the AFC Championship game, both guys agree as of now that the Bengals have to be the side given the uncertainty surrounding Patrick Mahomes and his gimpy ankle. We'll dive deeper into this one as the week goes on once more information becomes available regarding Mahomes' health. Finally, the J-Mac and Rob G close the show by diving deep into Daniel Jones and whether or not he should be considered the quarterback of the future for the New York Giants. Jones was mediocre at best against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he's also been working with arguably the worst receiving corps in the NFL.
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