Saints Wire Podcast: The Saints’ early-season struggles are all in the details

Saints Wire Podcast: The Saints’ early-season struggles are all in the details

The newest episode of the Saints Wire Podcast is here, hosted as always by Ryan O’Leary (@RyanOLearySMG) with Saints Wire managing editor John Sigler (@john_siglerr). You can subscribe for new episodes released each week on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your podcast service of choice.

Things didn’t improve for the Saints in Week 4, and their 1-3 record reflects that. They’re committing too many self-inflicted wounds on and off of the field to find much success right now. Let’s break it down and recap the last week’s news, before turning attention to Week 5’s home game with the Seattle Seahawks.

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Podcast: Why Odell Beckham Jr. to the Bucs makes perfect sense

Check out this week’s episode of the Bucs Wire podcast!

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are loaded with talented pass-catchers, but that shouldn’t stop them from adding yet another superstar to that list.

Odell Beckham Jr. is still working his way back from the torn ACL he suffered in the Super Bowl, but once he’s back to full strength, he could make a big impact for a contending team like the Bucs.

Tom Brady has been an effective recruiter in the past when it comes to attracting top talent on the open market to Tampa Bay, and he’s already got a great relationship with Beckham.

In this week’s episode of the Bucs Wire podcast, host Ryan O’Leary and Bucs Wire editor Luke Easterling break down last week’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday’s matchup with the Atlanta Falcons, and why Beckham to the Bucs makes perfect sense for all parties involved:

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Broncos Wire podcast: Who replaces Javonte Williams?

On this week’s Broncos Wire podcast, Ryan O’Leary and Jon Heath discuss the Javonte Williams injury and how Denver will replace him.

Welcome to another week of Denver Broncos football!

The Broncos had a short turnaround this week before a Thursday Night Football clash with the Indianapolis Colts on Prime Video.

On this week’s Broncos Wire podcast, I joined host Ryan O’Leary (@RyanO_Leary on Twitter) to discuss the Javonte Williams injury and how Denver will replace him, Russell Wilson’s improved performance on Sunday, Thursday’s game against the Colts, and more!

Episode 59 can be heard below:

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Next week, Ryan and I will return with a new pod to break down the Colts game and then look ahead to a Monday Night Football showdown with the Los Angeles Chargers on the road in Week 6.

If you enjoy the podcast, you can check out previous episodes on Apple PodcastsSpotify or on your podcast service of choice. Please consider giving us a positive rating and review!

You can listen to every past episode below or at this link.

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Broncos Wire podcast: Who replaces Javonte Williams?

On this week’s Broncos Wire podcast, Ryan O’Leary and Jon Heath discuss the Javonte Williams injury and how Denver will replace him.

Welcome to another week of Denver Broncos football!

The Broncos had a short turnaround this week before a Thursday Night Football clash with the Indianapolis Colts on Prime Video.

On this week’s Broncos Wire podcast, I joined host Ryan O’Leary (@RyanO_Leary on Twitter) to discuss the Javonte Williams injury and how Denver will replace him, Russell Wilson’s improved performance on Sunday, Thursday’s game against the Colts, and more!

Episode 59 can be heard below:

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Next week, Ryan and I will return with a new pod to break down the Colts game and then look ahead to a Monday Night Football showdown with the Los Angeles Chargers on the road in Week 6.

If you enjoy the podcast, you can check out previous episodes on Apple PodcastsSpotify or on your podcast service of choice. Please consider giving us a positive rating and review!

You can listen to every past episode below or at this link.

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PODCAST: Cardinals-Panthers review, Cardinals-Eagles preview

Check out the latest edition of the podcast!

The Arizona Cardinals beat the Carolina Panthers 26-16 Sunday afternoon. They have a huge game at home against the 4-0 Philadelphia Eagles. In the latest podcast episode, Revenge of the Birds’ Seth Cox and I give our takeaways from the offense and the defense, react to the way the game went, discuss J.J. Watt’s situation, go over the injuries and roster moves that have happened and could happen and give our preview and predictions for their game against the Eagles.

Enjoy the show!


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Here are the approximate timestamps for the topics we discussed:

(1:00) Intros and reactions to the game and how it went

(5:06) Offensive takeaways from the game

(24:58) Defensive takeaways from the game

(36:19) J.J. Watt’s heart

(47:18) Injuries and roster moves

(57:52) Cardinals-Eagles preview

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The Huddle’s Blitzed Fantasy Football Podcast: Episode 176

Talking fantasy football player news, DFS budgeting strategy, and the best plays for Week 5.

In this episode, Steve and Harley bring you B.P.N. NFL news, DFS bankroll tips, and their DFS pay-ups, stay-aways and value plays. So Huddle up, tune in, and get Blitzed!

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Saints Wire Podcast: Andy Dalton is no savior, but the Saints may need him

Saints Wire Podcast: Andy Dalton is no savior, but the Saints may need him against the Vikings this week

The latest episode of the Saints Wire Podcast is live, hosted as always by Ryan O’Leary (@RyanOLearySMG) with Saints Wire managing editor John Sigler (@john_siglerr). You can subscribe for new episodes released each week on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or your podcast service of choice.

Today we’re reflecting on the Saints’ tough start to the 2022 season and previewing Week 4’s game in London against the Minnesota Vikings, which may feature Andy Dalton under center in relief of the injured Jameis Winston. Dalton is no season-savior for the Saints, but they may need his help anyway.

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Broncos Wire podcast: Good news and bad news after Week 3

On this week’s podcast, Ryan O’Leary and Jon Heath discuss SNF and Denver’s upcoming game against Josh McDaniels. Listen in!

Well, it wasn’t pretty, but the Denver Broncos got a win in Week 3 and they’re now sitting at the top of the AFC West alongside the Kansas City Chiefs!

On this week’s Broncos Wire podcast, I joined host Ryan O’Leary (@RyanO_Leary on Twitter) to discuss Jerry Jeudy’s slow start, coach Nathaniel Hackett bringing in an assistant, and the upcoming game against Josh McDaniels, who is 0-3 to begin his tenure with the Las Vegas Raiders.

Episode 58 can be heard below:

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Ryan and I will return next week to break down the Raiders game and then look ahead to a Thursday Night Football showdown with the Indianapolis Colts at home in Week 5.

If you enjoy the podcast, you can check out previous episodes on Apple PodcastsSpotify or on your podcast service of choice. Please consider giving us a positive rating and review!

You can listen to every past episode below or at this link.

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PODCAST: Situational football (and heat) beat Bills at Dolphins

PODCAST: Situational football (and heat) beat #Bills at #Dolphins:

The Bills Wire is back with their weekly podcast during the 2022 NFL season.

Check out the latest episode ahead of the Bills’ Week 4 contest against the Ravens below:

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