It's episode 84, which means we've dedicated it to #84 (not Cordarrelle Patterson, but Randy Moss). OK, we didn't but it was a pretty good idea our special guest, Detroit News writer Josh Katzenstein, came up with. We didn't deliver, so there's a video at the bottom of the show notes that should sate your desire for Randy Moss vids.
Be sure to check out the previous episode for the autopsy of the 49ers game.
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- Here's Josh's article on the state of the Detroit Lions' offensive line. They've got a lot of moving parts at the moment (sound familiar?) but it will likely recover sooner than the Vikings'. Oh, and they were good despite all those moving parts.
- The Detroit Lions ran very few plays, emblematic of a new philosophy under Caldwell vs. the previous era with Jim Schwartz. Here's the MLive piece describing how pace affects the Lions' game.
- We couldn't include our bit about the evolving saga of the University of North Dakota's nickname because of audio issues, but you still deserve to see this Deadspin piece about an angry former Bismarck mayor trademarking the top selections for UND's nickname in order to "force" them to go back to the Fighting Sioux.
- Hey, there's a Christian Ponder FSU Figurine. If you become part of our Patreon, we could (potentially) gladly offer one for those listeners. It's not a Lego, but it's basically a Lego.
If you want to listen to the last episode, head here.
Oh, and we mentioned the weird Tim Tebow thing and all the responses. Embedded is Tim Tebow signing a bible. Click on the tweet (specifically, the link in the time-and-date stamp) and you get to see all the fun responses.
Also, it's the 84th episode! That means Randy Moss! Here's one of the best Randy Moss videos on the interweb:
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