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Comedian Steve Marden Calls In To Talk Week 5 In The NFL

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Join us as comedian Steve Marden calls in to bemoan the resurgent Cowboys, the failings of his beloved New York Giants, and just what the hell is going on with the Chargers this season. Before you start the NFL’s week six, enjoy this recap of week five!

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Comedian Daniel Kalwhite Calls In — Papa’s Football Podcast Week 3

Thank God this lifelong New York Giants fan managed to call in after one of those rare Redskins wins over his squad in their house.

Thank God this lifelong New York Giants fan managed to call in after one of those rare Redskins wins over his squad in their house.

Comedian Daniel Kalwhite is a funny dude who was kind enough to call in and talk week three football, especially the loss of his beloved New York Giants to the Washington Redskins. He’s a great guy, killed on the show, and we can’t wait to have him back. In the meantime, give him a follow here on Twitter and a listen below.

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Bill Belichick Could Line Up At Center And Win — Papa’s Football Podcast Week 3

The more he wins without Brady, the less I hate him.

The more he wins without Brady, the less I hate him.

It was a more-anarchic week than most in the NFL this week: Bill Belichick, with the aid of a third-string quaterback, crushed a surging Houston Texans. The Arizona Cardinals were decimated by Rex Ryan’s Buffalo Bills, and the Philadelphia Eagles, sporting a first-year coach and quarterback, dismembered a tremendous Pittsburgh Steelers squad. We break it all down in our typically insightful and funny fashion.

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Rex Ryan Is A Disaster — Papa’s Football Podcast Week 2

Rex Ryan, seen here in his fat, victorious days sporting an unscarred Frank Beamer neck pouch.

Rex Ryan, seen here in his fat, victorious days sporting an unscarred Frank Beamer neck pouch.

I’m a Washington Redskins fan, born and raised. So I know dumpster fires. And in Buffalo, the Bills have a dumpster fire burning. Rex Ryan is a coach whose time in the NFL has come to a close. It was all fun and games when his mouth was full of toes and Sanchez was taking them to the AFC Championship two years in a row. Sadly, those days are long gone. We also dissect the rest of the week’s news, including the fact that Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson might have played their last games as Vikings.

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Geno Bisconte Talks NFL Week 1 On Papa’s Football Podcast

I was making the same face as Geno for the majority of last night's Redskins game.

I was making the same face as Geno for the majority of last night’s Redskins game.

Geno Bisconte is an incredibly talented comedian who is also a football (and gambling) addict, making him a perfect match for Papa’s Football Podcast. He was kind enough to call in to the show and bemoan life as a San Diego Chargers fan (a jinxed mush of a team that managed to debut in mid-season disappointment form by pissing away a three-score lead over the Kansas City Chiefs in their season opener) and also give his take on the Philadelphia Eagles game, which he caught live. If you like sardonic humor and love a team that lives to shit on your heart like it was a girl in a German porno, then Geno is your man. Check out his weekly “Geno’s Picks” football segment at his site, GenoBisconte.com, and please say hello to him on Twitter (@GenoBisconte).

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Peyton Manning Kisses Papa John, Wins Super Bowl

I haven't been this skeeved out during a Super Bowl win since Mark Rypien celebrated his victory by tugging off Colonel Sanders.

I haven’t been this skeeved out during a Super Bowl win since Mark Rypien celebrated his victory by tugging off Colonel Sanders.

Super Bowl 50 is in the books, and shit, there was a lot to debate. Was it a bore or a defensive masterpiece? Should Peyton Manning retire or be a selfish asshole and not retire? Is Cam Newton the biggest target of white ire since OJ? Would you rather have watched your family get torn apart by wild dogs than sit through Coldplay’s halftime abortion? It’s a good show. If you watched the Super Bowl and know one shred about the game, you’ll have fun listening. If you don’t match any of that criteria, well, this is usually the part in the episode description where I call into question your sexuality, sense of national pride and/or intellectual capacity. Just click so we’re cool, man.

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Black Monday / 2014 NFL Postseason Begins — Papa’s Football Podcast

Rex Ryan offering his opinion on his firing.

Rex Ryan offering his opinion of John Idzik.

It was Black Monday in the NFL, meaning the heads of several general managers and coaches rolled, with more firings certainly to come. We also discuss the 2014 NFL season playoff picture, and make our week-by-week playoff picks (because that’s never been done before in the history of sports radio).

Papa’s Wild Card Round picks: Colts, Panthers, Steelers, Cowboys

Howard’s Wild Card Round picks: Bengals, Cardinals, Ravens, Cowboys

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Gronk Dances As the Redskins Burn–Papa’s Football Podcast Week 12

The New England Patriots had a banner Sunday night, smashing the Indianapolis Colts early and hard. Rob Gronkowski did the majority of the damage, and even took a break from the carnage to treat the world to this sassy little dance. Looks nice being part of a winning team, doesn’t it?

…Not that I would know. For my Redskins were thoroughly shamed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a team I had, on multiple occasions, called the worst in the league. You know how I felt watching that game? The opposite of what Mr. Gronk felt during his Sunday sashay. It was something along the lines of this.

We also cover the rest of the weekend’s news, from the Rams upsetting the Broncos to the Atlanta Falcons sitting atop the NFC South…at 4-6. What a dumpster fire that division is. Enjoy, share, subscribe to and review the latest episode of Papa’s Football Podcast!

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Peyton Manning: Touchdown King, Pizza Mogul, Sentient Forehead — PFP Week 8

If I didn't tell you this was actually a Marvel Comics character by the name of The Watcher and not Peyton Manning, would you have known the difference? Don't put on airs. We all know the answer is "no."

If I didn’t tell you this was actually a Marvel Comics character by the name of The Watcher and not Peyton Manning, would you have known the difference? Don’t put on airs. We all know the answer is “no.”

After a somewhat quiet week 7, week 8 delivered a fantastic amount of storylines. From Peyton Manning claiming Brett Favre’s touchdown record to Percy Harvin being dumped on the Jets like an animal you just can’t housebreak to Jeff Fisher laying claim to possessing the largest testicles in football, some crazy things happened both on and off the field. We wrap it all up nicely and preview what’s the best to come in week 9 on the latest Papa’s Football Podcast. Please remember to subscribe to the show using the links below, leave us (nice) feedback, tell your friends and send us all of your money. I’ll settle for like two out of those four.

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Power Rankings Week 2: PFPod’s Playoff Projector

PFPod.com produce the only Power Rankings that matter in Football.  Seriously. We rank the Top 12 teams that deserve to be in the playoffs based on their CURRENT record.  Who cares if Tom Brady won three Super Bowls a decade ago?  The Patriots are still winless, folks!

Heading into Week 2, only 16 teams have winning records.  The top 8 division winners and our four favorite “wild card” teams are:

Top 4.

1. Seattle Seahawks
2. Atlanta Falcons
3. Denver Broncos
4. Cincinnati Bengals

Seattle picked up right where they left off last season. Denver, on the other hand, looked like a team that misses Eric Decker, Wes Welker and Knowshon Moreno… are we in store for another early Bronco exit from the playoffs (#MileHighMiracle)?  Our surprise pick in the bye-week bracket is Atlanta– last season’s biggest disappointment saw a revitalized offense led by a record setting performance by Matt Ryan (who is a dead ringer for porn star Peter North).

5. San Francisco 49ers
6. Carolina Panthers
7. Pittsburgh Steelers
8. Miami Dolphins
9. Minnesota Vikings
10.Tennessee TItans
11. Philadelphia Eagles
12. New York Jets

NFC Wild Card Contenders top the list of our remaining eight playoff slot projections. Sadly, the 49ers still look like they could be the 2nd best team in the NFC, but are going to be relegated to a road game on Wild Card Weekend as long as Marshawn Lynch stays in Beast Mode.

In case you were wondering, Miami is not as impressive as its victory over New England might have been. The Pats had the 3rd worst run defense in 2013, so Lamar Miller and Knowshon Moreno’s combined 35 carries for 193 yards were not a surprise. Just keep in mind that the ‘Fins have yet to play the Jets, whose run defense last season produced one of the most dominant in NFL history.  Don’t be shocked if Geno and the Jets sweep Miami this season.