This week, Dave Dameshek sets his sights on Matthew Stafford’s overdependence on Megatron and Andre Ellington’s postgame tweet. Find out who else find themselves underneath Dameshek’s white-hot light of shame.
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“Elite” isn’t the issue. And as Joe Flacco taught us in the first two months of 2013, it never really was.
Sure, prior to Flacco’s flabbergasting run through the post-season, the club of Super Bowl-winning winning QBs had an exclusive membership of just six current NFL signal callers. Those players are of course:
Tom Brady (3 Lombardis)
Ben Roethlisberger (2)
Eli Manning (2)
Aaron Rodgers (1)
Drew Brees (1)
Peyton Manning (1)
Correct me if I’m wrong, but –- regardless how you’d rank those half-dozen names amongst each other –- we can agree they’re the NFL’s six best QBs overall. (I know, I know: you aren’t positive I’m right. Think it through, though, and you’ll realize I am. Go ahead … take your time. I’ll wait.)
Back for another star-studded Super Bowl podcast, are you? Well, you’ve come to the right place. In episode 52, Dave Dameshek and Adam Rank welcome in running back Maurice Jones-Drew, wide receiver Steve Johnson, actor Adam Sandler, and first-pick hopeful Robert Griffin III. What, that’s not enough for you? Fine then, we’ve also got linebacker Clay Matthews, NFL Network analyst Brian Billick, quarterback Matthew Stafford, and supermodel Kate Upton! Come one, come all, it’s a podcast so big it’s bursting at the seams!