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Sep 14, 2016

On this episode of the WFNY Podcast we're "Speaking with the Enemy!" Not really. Dave Bryan of @SteelersDepot ( is one of the most knowledgeable NFL minds anywhere in America. I'm not overstating this. He's been on the podcast multiple times before and he can speak in depth about everything NFL. We talked about the entirety of the AFC North after the first week of the 2016 NFL season and discussed the AFC-North-Centric matchups taking place in Week 2.

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Here are the rest of the show notes.

  • Cleveland Browns season with a championship in our back pocket
  • Josh McCown leading the Browns instead of RG3
  • Trading with the Eagles for picks in 2017 and 2018
  • Draft two quarterbacks every year until you find a QB
  • The hardest press of the reset button since Eric Mangini
  • Moneyball in football and what it means for the Browns
  • Firing Chudzinski at the end of his first season as coach
  • Art Rooney and how they operate during seasons
  • Teams can turn themselves around in three years
  • The Ravens in 2016 and what they can be with Flacco's return
  • Who is Mike Wallace and what's reasonable to expect?
  • Brashad Perriman and his quad injury
  • The Ravens defense and what their ceiling is
  • The Bengals and Andy Dalton without Hue Jackson on the staff
  • Andy Dalton taking seven sacks against the Jets
  • The volatility of the Bengals with their roster makeup
  • Do Steelers fans think about what the environment might have been if Roethlisberger had his issues back then
  • Ben Roethlisberger and his suspension back in Georgia
  • DeAngelo Williams went bonkers against Washington in Week 1
  • The Steelers offense should be able to put up video game numbers on offense
  • Steelers fans with lots of questions about the defense
  • Pittsburgh Steelers trading for Justin Gilbert
  • The Steelers' 2018 6th round pick for Justin Gilbert
  • Physical ability versus being ready to play instinctively