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DDFP 203: Week 9 recap

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Dave Dameshek and the crew recap Week 9 in the NFL on #DDFP 203. (Associated Press)

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DDFP 203

Shek, Daniel Jeremiah, Handsome Hank and Rank recap Week 9 in the NFL, including Nick Foles’ record performance, questionable San Diego Chargers play calling, and the lack of attention for the Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, which team will win the NFC East and can the streaking Carolina Panthers overtake the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South?

 

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DDFP 175: LaDainian Tomlinson

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DDFP 175

Shek is joined in Studio 66 by future HOFer LaDanian Tomlinson and NFL Network analyst Elliot Harrison to discuss Johnny Manziel’s behavior, what to expect from Philip Rivers in 2013, supporting Tony Romo and Harrison’s Hall of Fame 50th Anniversary team.

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Can’t-do attitude

(NFL.com Illustration)

(NFL.com Illustration)

“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.)

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DDFP 68: QB Guru George Whitfield

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It’s a quarterback league, so with that in mind Dameshek and Rank welcome QB guru George Whitfield on #DDFP 68 to discuss working with young signal callers like Cam Newton and Andrew Luck. Whitfield also dishes on his unique training methods for Donovan McNabb and the chances of a comeback for the former Eagles QB. The guys are also joined by Kevin Acee from the San Diego Union-Tribune as they compare the careers of the three franchise quarterbacks from the 2004 NFL Draft. Plus, Dameshek discusses what to make of Kobe Bryant and the currently gone fishing Los Angeles Lakers.

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First-ever bonus round of shame

It’s your lucky day: There’s bonus shame! Dave sets aside some extra time to shame Philip Rivers for his latest performance against the Jets. Dave even goes as far as to compare Rivers to ’80s quarterbacking legends Lynn Dickey and Bill Kenney.