Any Given Monday NFL Podcast – Episode 14 (NFL Tidbits, More Rankings, Quarterbacks From 16-9)


Apologies for the delay in getting this episode out to you guys, we’ve been having a few technical difficulties. But the boys are finally back with the latest off-season installment of the Any Given Monday NFL Podcast and hopefully it has been worth the wait!

Any Given Monday NFL Podcast – Episode 14 (NFL Tidbits, More Rankings, Quarterbacks From 16-9)

What NFL topics are the boys covering this week?

In Episode 14, Nads and Dunc cover the latest news and notes that have been happening around the NFL, before continuing with their position reviews. In this episode, they delve into inside linebackers, and edge rushers – with a lot of similarities, and some divisive differences.

They also continue their quarterback rankings. This week they cover 16-9, saving the all important top 8 for the next episode. Who comes down where on Andrew Luck? Marcus Mariota? Who’s better – Eli Manning or Philip Rivers?

Finally, Dunc takes the Slam in a bit of a lighthearted direction this week, determining the all important question: can the 2008 Detroit Lions beat the 2007 New England Patriots? And what other simulations would you run if you could simulate any two teams?

Any Given Monday is a podcast dedicated to all things NFL, recorded by two Aussies mad enough to get up at 3am on a work day to watch the games!

Hayden Nadolny is a mad NFL fan based in Melbourne, Australia. He has been a supporter of the Raiders ever since he received a Charles Woodson jersey back in 2000. Hayden’s football highlight was getting to work as a guest assistant equipment manager for the Raiders on the field against Miami in 2011. When not following the NFL, Hayden spends his days working as a Chiropractor.

Duncan Soang is a diehard Colts fan going back to the early days of Peyton Manning heaving it up to Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne. Being a Colts fan, his highlight in football was seeing the Colts hoist the Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl XLI. If not glued to a screen following the NFL, you will find Duncan working as a lawyer.

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