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Glenn, Lou, and Christian open the show talking about last nights thrilling NCAA Football Championship game that ended past all of their bed times. They discuss the game, and who they think the big time NFL players will be.
Hour 1. Alex Reimer joins Gerry and Kirk to discuss the national championship and Meryl Streep's performance at the Golden Globes.
s the nature of the draft. For every Chad Jackson you want to throw at me, I will cite you colossal wide receiver busts like Mike Williams (10th overall in 2005), Troy Williamson (7th, ’05), Jon Baldwin (26th, ’11) or AJ Jenkins (30th, ’12). And as they took Jackson
Tennessee (-5) The Titans are a Super Bowl ..... gets pressure. Titans 28, Steelers ..... January. -- Seattle at Denver ..... in December. Seahawks 30, Broncos 24 ..... looking ass.." - Seahawks WR Mike Williams Nice shout out
it comes to the Titans , of course, is ..... so defense. The Titans just need 2,500 ..... The Lions took Mike Williams (44 career catches ..... Bye Week 11: Home Seattle Week 12: At Dallas ..... them. -- Seattle Seahawks (6-10) If the
first quarter, Watson connected with Mike Williams for a 50-yard play. That set up ..... dating back to a 28-7 win over Syracuse on Nov. 29, 2014. After a bye ..... at home on Oct. 22 when they play Syracuse again. Clemson (6-0, 3-0 ACC
Boston Globe’s Ben Volin , the Patriots worked out wide receiver Mike Williams and tight end Jeff Cumberland. Williams was a 2010 fourth-round pick by the Buccaneers out of Syracuse . He spent the first four years of his career in
under the system: Butler, David Andrews, Shaq Mason, Mike Williams , Logan Ryan, Tre’ Jackson, Duron Harmon, Josh Kline ..... Cincinnati center Russell Bodine was third ($352,270), Seattle offensive tackle Garry Gilliam was fourth ($329.384.24
could also simply represent an insurance policy for Big Mike Williams , who took a hit to the knee against the Bills and was on ..... 51 catches, 82 targets, 843 yards, 8 TDs) and wide receiver Brandon LaFell (17 catches, 38 targets, 306 yards). The X
mixing and matching on offense, offering some non-traditional sets in the backfield that included tight end Mike Williams , wide receiver Danny Amendola and a duo of James White and Brandon Bolden. In addition, Bryan Stork went through a series