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Houston Texans Podcast: Apocalypse’s Precipice

A review of the 2020 NFL Offseason so far.

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The only sport remaining is the 2020 NFL offseason. Sure, DeAndre Hopkins is searching for condos in Scottsdale, Jadeveon Clowney is about to TITAN UP, Tampa Tom is wearing a XXL floral Tommy Bahama shirt and sipping on newly discovered mango-madness vape juice, and everything is awful, terrible, and miserable, but it’s the only awful, terrible, and miserable we got left. Let’s play the violin. Hang onto the little bit of normalcy still flapping. Keep talking about football-football-football.

In today’s episode, Matt Weston and Taylor summarize and review the 2020 NFL offseason. Topics include the silver lining of the DeAndre Hopkins trade, how much Dallas is going to miss having Randall Cobb in their teeth, the blasphemy and devastation that is Tom Brady taking over for Jameis Winston, the new AFC East favorite, Atlanta’s all-first round draft pick offense, and comfy landing spots for the top free agents remaining.

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