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Relatively Speaking Podcast: Tom Brady back, Texans stink and more

15 NOV 2015: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) during the game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots played at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford,NJ. (Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire)
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The Relatively Speaking Podcast is here to help you come down from a post-debate world. Honestly, just ignore the inevitable zombie invasion that is lurking around the corner, and instead listen to two not-yet-zombies discuss the realm of sports.

After Jared went 5-0 in his NFL picks over the weekend, he would like to declare himself champion of the world. When he is done gloating about his awesomeness, the guys move on to a different sort of greatness, which happens to be one Mr. Tom Brady.

Brady returned to the New England Patriots on Sunday and looked every bit as great as one would expect.

Other NFL thoughts discussed on the podcast this week are:

  • Vikings and Sam Bradford.
  • Dak Prescott and the Cowboys.
  • The Texans having the worst QB since ever.
  • Are the Eagles still good?
  • Rex Ryan is a genius again?
  • And other stuff.

Did you know David Price is a good postseason pitcher? No? Well, neither did the Relatively Speaking Podcast co-hosts. It is why this week’s Bad Tweet segment is dedicated to a person who believes a historically awful playoff pitcher was brought to Boston for his ability to be a good playoff pitcher.

Absurd Questions are patently absurd this week. Joseph makes some weird Batman-to-politics allegory, while calling out Jared’s friend as a serial killer, and Jared wants to know about toppings on pizza.

You can find both of the hosts on Twitter. Where on those mean streets? Well, it is complicated. We are sick of catering to lazy millennials, so now you must find them like a game of Where’s Waldo.



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