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    NAME: Andrew Luck

    TEAM: Indianapolis Colts

    POSITION: Quarterback

    NUMBER: 12

    HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6’4″/240 Pounds

    COLLEGE (HOMETOWN): Stanford (Houston,TX)

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    Twice in a Generation

    The guys break down the Divisional playoff games and preview the Conference Championships, this week on Just Press Play. Show notes and more can be found on our website, check out how we’re doing in Playoffs?! and Buy Buy Buy. Music provided by TRUTH. This week’s episode is brought to you MyBookie.ag, use offer code JPP to add 50% your initial investment, and TixBlitz.com, a ticket provider for sports, music, shows, and more. Enter Armchair at checkout for 5% off your your ticket price.

    TDP116: NFL Divisional Playoffs 2019

    Every underdog covered the point spread last week, meaning underdogs are 14-1 ATS over the past two years in the NFL Playoffs. This week the road dogs are hot and the home favorites are rested. The boys discuss keys to every game and what other factors will play into the final outcome. Weather will be something to keep an eye on, and it is also important to recognize which teams are carrying the most pressure to get a win in this year’s Divisional Round. It can be difficult to pick sides this time of year, so Campbell and BC also discuss point totals and team totals for each matchup.

    Motion of the Ocean

    On this wall to wall football episode, the guys get a bit out of hand. Trevor Lawrence and the Tigers roll Alabama. Andrew Luck doesn’t get touched by two start pass rushers, and Mahomes is gonna need some help from his pass rushers. Russell Wilson wasn’t given a chance and now the Cowboys get to take their shot against the wunderkinds in Los Angeles. Can the Chargers keep a team down in the 4th quarter? They’ll have to against the best team at getting back on top. And a triple doinker gets the Eagles a shot in the Superdome. Do they stand a chance against the Problem Solver and his band of beasts? The guys pick their winners for the rest of the players and Kevin tries hard to keep us on track. All that and more, this week on Just Press Play. Show notes and more can be found on our website, check out how we’re doing in Playoffs?! and Buy Buy Buy. Music provided by TRUTH. This week’s episode is brought to you MyBookie.ag, use offer code JPP to add 50% your initial investment, and TixBlitz.com, a ticket provider for sports, music, shows, and more. Enter Armchair at checkout for 5% off your your ticket price.

    Episode 33 – Booooojan

    The guys discuss the Pacers' current road trip and preview the upcoming Indianapolis Colts matchup against the Chiefs. They participate in another edition of Guilty or Not Guilty and Around the Association. Least favorite sports media individuals are also discussed.

    Trust Falls in Green Bay

    This week, the guys have some quick reactions to the NFL playoffs, but are saving the bulk for next week (1:05). Then they talk about the best bowl games of all time (11:19), Aaron Rodgers’s coachability (17:31), and a speed conspiracy (24:27). Then, on this week’s problems in the world, a high school basketball player is screwed out of her senior year of basketball for representing the USA and a bit of bureaucracy (31:04), and robocallers won’t leave Kevin alone (38:07). Are you allowed to say “We won!” when your team is successful (41:58). Then the guys go through their junk drawers (47:55) and blow Pops’s mind with a shower realization. All that, our Championship predictions, and more, this week on Just Press Play. Show notes and more can be found on our website, check out how we’re doing in Playoffs?! and Buy Buy Buy. Music provided by TRUTH. This week’s episode is brought to you MyBookie.ag, use offer code JPP to add 50% your initial investment, and TixBlitz.com, a ticket provider for sports, music, shows, and more. Enter Armchair at checkout for 5% off your your ticket price.

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