As 2020 comes to a close, so too does the NFL regular season. Chase Senior breaks down all of the playoff scenarios heading into the final week of the regular season. Why would you listen to any other podcast? Plus, the Bills are the team best equipped to beat the Chiefs. Ater being historically bad, Seattle's defense has completely turned it around. What do we make of the Steelers? Dwayne Haskins was doomed when he was drafted on Washington but he did this to himself. It's a good thing the Eagles lost and showing love to the ageless Tom Brady.
Two weeks left in the regular season! The playoff pictures in both conferences are tight. The AFC playoffs in particular are going to be riveting. Bills win a division title for the first time since 1995. The Jets come through with the biggest upset of the year, taking down the Rams, but lose the top pick....for now. Some numbers surrounding the Chiefs are just insane as they hold off the Saints in Drew Brees' return. Hurts vs. Murray in the dessert was a show.
Jalen Hurts Might Be The Guy And There’s A Perfect Trade Partner That Makes Too Much Sense For Carson Wentz
Yes, it's only been five and a half quarters, but Jalen Hurts has impressed in the early going. He's shown flashes of being really good and soon, the Eagles could be faced with a major decision. Move the franchise forward with Jalen Hurts and Doug Pederson, or keep Carson Wentz and find a new coach, because clearly Pederson and Wentz don't work well together. Chase Senior explains why Jalen Hurts could be the guy and there's a trade partner that makes too much sense for Wentz and the Eagles.
Things are getting a little tighter and a lot more interesting as we're on the fourth quarter of the NFL season. In his first career start, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles break the Saints nine game winning streak and move New Orleans out of the top spot in the NFC. The Bills and Colts are playing like two of the best teams in the AFC, maybe even better than Kansas City. Bucs get a win, Washington is suddenly fun to root for?
Looking for a source of motivation or inspiration? Maybe this will help! Running has taught Chase Senior a lot during the pandemic. It's helped him get through some up and down times, it's relieved stressed and has helped strengthen his mind and body. It's almost like running is a competition with yourself. When your mind and body tells you to stop, you compete, and crank out another mile to push yourself. Chase also just read David Goggins' book, "Can't Hurt Me" where Goggins talks about the "40 percent rule," which has served as a source of motivation and can for everybody out there.
Read about this here: https://thechasedown.com/2020/12/14/what-running-has-taught-me-during-the-pandemic/
On this episode of The Chase Down podcast, Chase Senior brings on Derrick Gunn, who for more than two decades was a reporter and host covering the Philadelphia Eagles for Comcast SportsNet and NBC Sports Philadelphia. Now, he hosts "The Gunn on One" podcast. Chase and Derrick talk about the launch of CSN back in the late 90's, what it's like to be his own boss now after he started his own business, can Carson Wentz be salvaged? Will Wentz, Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman all be back next year? D Gunn is also an incredible cook. We get into that and what he would cook his good friend, Andy Reid.
Jalen Hurts Takes Over For Wentz, Howie Roseman Is The Biggest Issue with Eagles, Why I Don’t Want James Harden on the 76ers
Jalen Hurts will get the start over Carson Wentz on Sunday against the Saints. It's time, given how poorly Wentz has played, but the Eagles have also failed Wentz and Howie Roseman is to blame. He's the biggest problem with the franchise. Lastly, why James Harden being traded to the Sixers is a horrible idea.
Gregg Williams sends a zero blitz, gets burned by Derek Carr and Henry Ruggs and loses his job. What was with that play call? Baker balls out for the Browns and Cleveland is now 9-3. Mayfield over his last six games has thrown 11 touchdowns and only one pick. Are the Browns for real, for real?! The Giants go into Seattle with Colt McCoy and beat the Seahawks. Carson Wentz gets benched.
Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, Al Ornoski On Being At War In Afghanistan, Life After Combat, Changing Police Training & More
On this episode of The Chase Down podcast, Chase Senior brings on retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, Al Ornoski. Ornoski served two tours in Afghanistan and is a Bronze Star Medal recipient. What was it like being in the heat of the global war against terrorism? What are some of the struggles soldiers run into after combat? How can police officers receive better training? Ornoski runs his own global security company now, called Protection 6. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, athletes, high level businessmen and politicians. You can give him a follow on Instagram @Protection6 and check out his company's website, https://protection6.com/
Chase Senior and Matt McGloin are back running through this past week across the NFL as we enter December. The conference standings are jumbled outside of the top two teams in the NFC and AFC. Titans get a nice win against the Colts, Chiefs are a juggernaut, but what's going on with the Bucs? How did New England win against Arizona? Is a rebuild coming in Chicago? Lots of schedule changes because of COVID. All of that and more. Enjoy!