Onside Kick: Episode 4

In the fourth edition of the Onside Kick, Sam Carroll and Brandon Spalding open by discussing the San Francisco 49ers winning a shootout in New Orleans against the Saints. They then go on to talk about the NFC West title race between the 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. Then it’s time to preview the upcoming matches this weekend including the Houston Texans at the Tennessee Titans, the Buffalo Bills at the Pittsburgh Steelers and the LA Rams at the Dallas Cowboys. Finally, with three weeks to go it’s time to make their playoff and Super Bowl predictions. This will be the last episode until January due to the Christmas break

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Onside Kick Podcast: Episode 2

In the second edition of the Onside Kick, Sam Carroll and Brandon Spalding open by discussing the San Francisco 49ers dominating win over the Green Bay Packers. They then go on to talk about the Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans among others. They also debate who is the best overall team in the NFL. Finally ending by previewing the Thanksgiving games this Thursday and a few big games on the weekend

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Onside Kick Podcast: Episode 1

The first edition of the Onside Kick podcast with Sam Carroll and Brandon Spalding. We open by discussing Myles Garrett’s suspension. After that we move on to talk about Lamar Jackson’ case for being the league MVP, the Houston Texans, the Minnesota Vikings’ comeback against the Denver Broncos, the Atlanta Falcons second straight win and the Cam Newton situation in Carolina. Finally we close by previewing a few of the upcoming week 12 games including the Cowboys facing off against the Patriots and the Green Bay Packers travelling to San Francisco to challenge the Jimmy Garoppolo lead 49ers.

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Goodbye Gronk

Tweet Welcome to the second edition of the Onside Kick. This week I will take a look at the trades, free agency signings and retirements that have happened over the last two weeks. A month and a half after winning his third Superbowl ring, Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL. Despite struggling with injuries and having a short career compared to other great tight ends, Gronk is the best to ever play the position and will definitely be a first ballot Hall-of-Famer. His 17 receiving touchdowns in 2011…

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