TEAM: New Orleans Saints
EXPERIENCE: 3 years
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1, 199 pounds
COLLEGE: Ohio State University
NEWS ABOUT ELI APPLE
The Eagles lost a heartbreaking divisional game at home on Sunday Night Football against their rival the Cowboys. Now they enter the toughest part of their schedule.
With a new champion in baseball, why can’t Kershaw win the big game? And does that remind you of anyone? The NFL hit the trade deadline and the guys break down the WR market after Dallas jumps out first, what one team did to try to get even, and why Le’veon Bell might have messed up forcing no trade. With Hue Jackson out, are any of the guys buying Browns stock at the ground floor? All that and more, this week on Just Press Play. Show notes and more can be found on our website. Music provided by TRUTH. This week’s episode is brought to you MyBookie.ag, use offer code JPP to double your initial investment.
The Saints avenge the horrible Minnesota Miracle in style. PJ Williams was both fantastic and terrible, Marcus Davenport was just awesome, and the offensive line looked amazing. Will Eli Apple help at corner? How many more game manager games can Brees have and still be MVP? KEVIN IS BAACK YALL!
Per usual Rob Paul and AJ Marchese breakdown all the action from every single game in the NFL. Asking and answering such questions as, are the Jaguars broken? Is Amari going to fix the ‘Boys passing game? Are the Eagles still the NFC East favorites? Plus plenty of other conundrums and their picks and predictions for Week 8!
The “Terrell Owens” episode! The boys debate the most polarizing division in the NFL, the NFC East. Philadelphia is coming off a Super Bowl victory while the rest of the division just wants to win a playoff game. [01:00] Dallas Cowboys #Cowboys [05:54] New York Giants #GiantsPride [10:49] Philadelphia Eagles #FlyEaglesFly [16:57] Washington Redskins #HTTR Follow us on Twitter @TheDollarParlay for daily betting insights and game-by-game previews. This episode is brought to you by The Armchair All-Americans. #TakeASeat www.ArmchairAllAmericans.com