Haley Jordan recaps the NFL Divisional Playoffs
Jack welcomes sports reporter, recent Indiana University graduate and Miss Indiana 2017 Haley Jordan to the show.
Haley graduated from IU-Bloomington last month and spent her senior season covering the Indiana football team. She's also a diehard Kansas City Chiefs fan, and has a LOT of thoughts on yesterday's 22-17 thriller of a victory over the Cleveland Browns. She and Jack discuss Andy Reid's gusty play-call on fourth and short, the severity of Mahomes' head injury, Chad Henne's run on third and long, a questionable helmet-to-helmet no-call that cost the Browns' six and plenty more from Sunday afternoon's game (0:00 - 26:22). Then they take a look at Sunday night's Buccaneers-Saints game, and the career of Drew Brees after what may have been his final game, a 30-20 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Are the Saints perennial chokers, and just how difficult is it to beat a team three times in the same season (26:22 - 39:30)? The Buffalo Bills are advancing to their first AFC Championship game since 1993 following their victory over the Baltimore Ravens, as Aaron Rodgers has the Packers back in their second-straight NFC Championship game. Haley and Jack recap those games as well (39:30 - 51:12). Lastly, Haley locks in her picks for next week's games, discusses the greatness of Indiana football's 2020 season, assesses Indiana men's basketball's mid-season struggles, and shares a lesson of what God has been teaching her in her life lately (51:12 - 1:03:00).
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