Listen: Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills And Carolina Panthers discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Which team is going to win in single game on Sunday. I Ross let's start off with the jets at the Buffalo Bills. Gotta go bills here. You know, the bills have been consistent in their effort as you heard from Greg yesterday. There have been some promising signs of growth from Josh Allen. Meanwhile, the jets it almost feels like they've packed it down. Fairness they came out and played pretty well against titans last week for whatever it was three quarters. So for being fair, they didn't pack it in. But it's just been a law season for them. And I don't have faith that they're going to go to western New York and put forth the good performance. So I'm gonna take the bills to win that game. I'll say it's low scoring bright. Twenty two seventeen. Maybe not even that high. Maybe like seventeen fourteen. Carolina Panthers at the Cleveland Browns. This was one of the toss up games for me. This was one of the games that I just went back and forth with I think the Carolina Panthers still the better team. And I know how Steve fezzet feels about it and talked about it on the even money podcast. But I don't know I feel like Cleveland going to put forth better effort at home. You know, they don't have the distraction of Hugh Jackson week like they did last week when they were talking about it all the time. Carolina loses. Greg Olsen Carolina's reeling. I'm gonna take the Browns that win the game. I think the Browns win this game outright. I think it ends up being twenty seven Twenty-three Browns, and they are underdogs. So we can let the dog he's out Bri your favorite. Underdog. Jeez. The Atlanta Falcons the Green Bay Packers. This was another toss up game. I did think it was a nice thing that. Mark Murphy and the Packers organization allowed Mike McCarthy to address the Packers team one last time yesterday. That's awesome. That's awesome. And it says a lot about Mike McCarthy, quite frankly that he wanted closure with those guys. And he wanted to address them one last time and supposedly gave him a standing ovation. That's really special to me. That's really cool, really cool. All the way around. I'm glad he got that closure. And I'm glad that the organization did that. And by the way, that's part of the reason why I said I thought I didn't think was very package to fire him during the season. Just because you know, they are a class organization that would let him go in there and talk to the team one more time. But. I think it actually you know, as we talked about on Monday. I think it actually was a class move letting him go when they did through net to keep tasting the media for the for."