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The stiff arm from New England Patriots quarterback Jacoby Brissett (7) can not prevent the sack from Buffalo Bills linebacker Jerry Hughes (55). The Buffalo Bills defeated the New England Patriots 16-0 in a regular season NFL game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)
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Relatively Speaking Podcast: Saying goodbye to the Red, White and Blue Mamba

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It is a sad day. The Relatively Speaking Podcast has to say goodbye to an era. With Tom Brady’s suspension finally over, the podcast’s unofficially official hero, Jacoby Brissett, is no longer the main man in charge of the New England Patriots.

You may be gone, Jacoby, but you will never be forgotten. The Red, White, and Blue Mamba era was fun while we had it. Who knows? Maybe one day it will rise from the ashes.

Bad Tweets: Football celebrations are apparently the devil. Also, if you have more than one kid, you are not allowed to have a belief system or something.

Actual football is talked about in the podcast, too. Derek Carr is our new hero, Paxton Lynch is also our new hero, but Drew Stanton is not.

Ben Simmons broke his foot. Jared opines about better days in Philadelphia, while Joseph complains about our lack of evolving as a species… as he firmly believes we should be beyond needing our pinky toe at this point, which would have prevented this entire debacle to begin with.

Absurd Questions: Something about ice cream and being really practical about it. Joseph wants to know in what sitcom universe Jared would like to live in.

You can follow the guys on Twitter. Both of them are there. We swear it. But you need to find them. Think of it like a Where’s Waldo, but with two extremely good-looking podcasters instead of a guy with a poor sense of fashion.

Relatively Speaking Podcast: Saying goodbye to the Red, White and Blue Mamba



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