Either the Entitled Town guys had holiday-related scheduling conflicts and couldn't record a regular podcast, or maybe they were overwhelmed with grief about the calamity which shook the League to its foundations this week. One of the two. You decide!
A Patriots beat writer and an angry fan debunk faulty narratives surrounding the New England Patriots.
The Weekend 4 bask in the glory of Thicc Football, take a journey into the trash pile of NBC Takez Boston, and play the first installment of the most listened to guessing game in the history of guessing stuff, Pitchbot or Not.
The Row of Chairs get Four Down With Scartelli, discuss a memorable yet cowardly win in Buffalo, Sean McDermott embarrassing himself, TEC's 2 Takes on the MNF win, media insanity over Mac throwing just three passes, and the importance of having depth in a "RB Room".
The Weekend Bros preview the unbeatable Bills, put up a mirror to scared Bills & Patriots fans, confront a menacing Bert Breer, and bow to the altar of the Not Coach Of the Year, Belichick.
The guys discuss a sixth straight disappointing Patriots win over the previously #1 seeded Titans and debate whether EPA and DVOA are BS. Come for Dan's murdering of another specious mediot, stay for the world premiere of "Terry Tankway: Private Dick."
The Weekend boys discuss Belichick's cowardice, the NFL sucking as a whole, the Patriots going from irrelevant to overrated, and they reveal their goal to make football less sexy again, again.
The guys dissect a disappointing shutout win; call BS on the annual Bledsoe hagiographies, analytics usage, and we have a murder to report after Final Thoughts.
The Godfather of the Entitled Podcast Network, Mike Irons, along with General Steve Reisner join Shaq, Dan and Bill to recap a totally boring 25 point romp of the Falcons, do fake favors for less unfortunate media members, and skewer fake self-proclaimed Kings.
The Row of Chairs/Entitled Weekend Pregame show celebrate a blowout win at Gillette, a short week with TNF looming, and the thesaurus budget being quadrupled at John Henry's newspaper.
The inaugural edition of Entitled Weekend includes a summary of Mac the Ax Murderer, a Browns preview, and some interesting questions in Rapid Fire.