The day after calling the Jets-Cardinals game in the Meadowlands, coach Brian Billick dials in (with what sounds like a Zach Morris cell era phone) to chat with Rich about the benching of Mark Sanchez in New York and what it means for the franchise moving forward. Coach Billick also hits on a variety of other topics from Week 13, including his thoughts on how Romeo Crennel and the Chiefs handled and played in the wake of the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide tragedy. Coach and Rich finish up with a chat about the big matchup between the Bengals and Cowboys in Week 14, a game with major AFC and NFC playoff implications that the Super Bowl XXXV-winning coach will call for FOX on Sunday.
The podcast then shifts gears and welcomes back Alec Sulkin, executive producer and writer for “Family Guy.” The big-time New England Patriots fan, who also wrote the hilarious 2012 comedy “Ted,” discusses the Patriots dominance in recent weeks as well as his biggest concerns for a team trying to make it back to their second-consecutive Super Bowl.
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