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Battle Red Radio: No One Believed In Us

Matt and BFD review the newest Houston Texans news, and break down Super Bowl LIII.

New England Patriots Victory Parade Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images

Ahhh! How fitting. The Super Bowl no one wanted to watch was a game everyone hated to watch. Everyone except for me. I loved the symmetry of that, and symmetry in general. And I also loved how a meaningless post-modern offensive heavy no one can tackle start to the season ended in the lowest scoring football game of all-time. You should try rooting for the Patriots someday. It’s pretty nice.


This week, Matt and BFD discuss the newest Houston Texans news (coaching changes), and review Super Bowl LIII. Topics include: Tim Kelly, Jared Goff’s inability to exist outside the offense, Los Angeles’s defensive game plan, the few great defensive plays in a defensive game, Sean McVay outcoached, that triple coverage throw, and the Patriots’ power run game.


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