2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
4-2, 1st in AFC West
Did Baltimore's blowout win say more about Ravens or Chargers? (2:08)
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Lamar tops Marino record for wins under age 25

With Baltimore's 34-6 rout of the Chargers on Sunday, quarterback Lamar Jackson set the NFL record for the most wins under the age of 25 since the 1970 merger. His 35th victory moved him past Dan Marino.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

ESPN's win probability strongly agreed with Brandon Staley's decision to go for it on 4th-and-1 from the Chargers' own 19 yard line in the third quarter. Chargers needed just a 37% chance of conversion to justify going for it. Expected conversion rate for a league average team was 63%. That makes it a clear-as-day go decision. WP go: 3.0% WP punt: 2.4%


HR 2: Starting A Trend

Did the Dodgers unintentionally start a trend by not starting their best pitcher in Game 5 of the NLDS vs the SF Giants? Travis and Sliwa discussed. Plus, even though it worked, Dodger fans are split down the middle on the decisions that Dave Roberts made in that Game 5 win. And, "Fact Or Cap" with if you would return food at a restaurant if you were unsatisfied with it. Also, who is the better LA Football team: the Rams or the Chargers?

Just how impressive are the Chargers? (0:52)

Hour 2: Who Runs the AFC?

Who is the best team in the AFC right now? Also, ESPN Football Analyst Dan Orlovsky joins the guys to talk about Aaron Rodgers, why the Browns can win a Super Bowl with Baker Mayfield, and why Justin Herbert is his MVP right now. Plus, ESPN CFP Expert Heather Dinich joins the show to talk about how the Alabama loss impacts the top 4.


Hour 1: Keyshawn addresses Gruden emails

The Bills crushed the Chiefs last night in a game that showed everyone that Josh Allen is who we thought he was. Also, the Browns came up short vs the Chargers. Is Baker Mayfield as good as some give him credit for? Plus, the guys discuss the Jon Gruden email controversy.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Most fantasy points by a quarterback through his first 20 NFL starts: 514.24 Patrick Mahomes 478.94 Lamar Jackson 455.88 Justin Herbert 449.56 Cam Newton 436.46 Deshaun Watson

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Herbert has his first career 40-point fantasy game.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards282.87th
Rushing Yards94.722nd
Points For24.7Tied-11th
Points Against25.022nd