DETROIT (JSC) — What’s good people! After the first ever #RetroReview took us on a trip down memory lane, we return to 2017 to another familiar scourge: The Detroit Lions. Yep. It’s that time of year again.
Followers of this show know that I have a love/hate relationship with this team. Including three different episodes last year where I laid out why I continue to watch them, apologized (sort of) after they shockingly won 9 of their first 13, then buried them when they did what the Lions do — embarrassingly lost their final three games then got bodied in Seattle in the playoffs. At the helm of this band of misfits is Matthew Stafford. The alleged “Greatest Quarterback in Lions History” despite never actually having won anything.
Well, the Lions made a guy with a career losing record — including 0-3 in the postseason and 5-46 against Winning Teams — the HIGHEST PAID PLAYER IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL. You knew I was going to lose it. So here’s Episode 49.
A New Episode drops every week — usually on Thursday or Friday.
Coming up on Episode No. 49 of JSC Radio:
- Why the Lions were (once again) foolish in over-valuing a player
- Is he really the “Greatest QB in Lions History”?
- A look at the numbers that make you wonder how that paycheck got that many zeros
- How many teams would REALLY be better off with Stafford (Hint: It ain’t 28 of them.)
- Floyd Mayweather wins the Big Money Battle of the Scumbags.
- Plus: John Cena takes Roman Reigns to school on the mic in advance of No Mercy
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Until Next Time, That’s The Way It Is. Friday, August 31, 2017.
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