Listen to episode 21 of "Gang’s All Here": Divisional Round Preview, Brady & # 39; s Future feat. Warren Moon


Warren Moon watches from Houston Oilers Bank during an NFL game circa 1992.
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The jets are done, but the NFL playoffs are heating up. Brian Costello opens the latest installment of the "Gang's All Here" podcast, which covers a few Jets Nuggets, including Jamal Adams, who was elected to the All-Pro team, and the unprecedented number of injuries the team suffered in this Season had to complain.

Coz and I recap the insanity of the wild card games. What did the Bills think for a quarter of a million? I think they should have tried the long-term goal. Coz would have encountered it. Everyone also loves Josh McCown, a nice story to end the weekend when the former Jets played QB despite the Eagles' defeat.

Steve Serby, columnist for the New York Post, comes by. Serb was in Foxborough reporting on Titans Patriots and stopped what Tom Brady could do. Will he return to the patriots for another year? Does he go to the chargers? Does he call it finished? Serb also gives a preview of the division round games and gives his tips. They also talk about Mike McCarthy coaching the cowboys and whether Matt Rhule will end up with the Giants.

Warren Moon, Quarterback of the Hall of Fame, joins me to end the show. Moon says that some of his former teams are still alive in the playoffs, that his interests are rooted, and how great Deshaun Watson is. He talks about Brady's options for his future and athletes who decided to go to Los Angeles to end their careers. Moon was the first African American QB to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. He tells how proud he is of it and how African-American QBs are advancing in the NFL today, four of which are still in the playoffs. He also talks about working with Watson, Vince Young and others on their "Brothers In Arms" grant.

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