Tom Brady Reacts to Deion Sanders to Colorado, Saints-Bucs & Jimmy G''s injury | Let''s Go! Podcast
Season 2 of SiriusXM’s ‘Let’s Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray’ debuts with full episodes now available on the SiriusXM YouTube channel.
Tom Brady and Jim Gray welcome former Saints head coach Sean Payton to discuss the Bucs’ Monday Night Football matchup against New Orleans. Tom, Jim, and Sean talk about how physical those games have become, why Tom should hope the Saints always rush five against him, Demario Davis’ impact on that defense, the thrill of playing under the lights on a Monday, and Sean’s inevitable return to coaching, plus commentary on Deion Sanders’ hiring in Colorado, a rough Sunday for the Colts, and an unfortunate injury to Jimmy G.
Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray break down Week 13 in the NFL, from Jimmy Garoppolo’s injury and whether Baker Mayfield would be a solution, to an historic Sunday Night blowout by the Cowboys and Larry’s vision of an Eagles-Chiefs Super Bowl. Plus, Larry explains why there’s nothing personal to the Patrick Peterson-Kyler Murray feud, why Deshaun Watson should be learning from Michael Vick, why he still can’t get Nate Clements out of his head, and why Diana Taurasi is the Greatest of All Time.
00:00 – Intro
24:04 – Sean Payton on Colts HC Jeff Saturday
40:15 – Tom & Sean dive into Saints-Bucs rivalry
48:08 – Larry Fitzgerald’s NFL Week 13 recap
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