Ep: 21 – Cut Time Is Coming – The Reddit NFL Podcast

Welcome to the Reddit NFL Podcast! This is Episode 21 of the official podcast for the Reddit NFL community. Hosts Chris and Jeff have an excellent show put together as we enter the final week of the preseason and approach roster cutdowns.

The boys give a quick recap of some of the significant developments of the third week of preseason games. Injuries are a big part, from Tyrod Taylor’s concussion with the Bills to Cameron Meredith’s devastating knee injury in Chicago. The Denver quarterback situation arises and the hosts debate if Kyle Sloter is, in fact, a real person.

The past week has been a busy one on the transaction wire. NFL teams are making more trades, including Reggie Ragland going from Buffalo to Kansas City. The Chiefs also picked up Browns draft bust Cameron Erving, and Chris and Jeff talk about the ability for draft disappointments to revitalize their careers in new places. Meanwhile, Joe Haden signs with the Pittsburgh Steelers just hours after being cut by the Browns.

This Week in Mediocrity brings you the odd stat of the week and a debate on what is the ceiling of mediocrity. Can the Ravens even field a viable team with all their injuries?

Hurricane Harvey weighs heavy, as co-host Jeff spent several years living in what was ground zero for the massive rainfall in the Houston area. The conversation turns decidedly positive and optimistic, and the show would like you to help those impacted in any way you can.

Sit back, relax and let Chris and Jeff fill your ears with all the football talk from Reddit and around the league!

We appreciate your feedback on the show and encourage your interaction in the subreddit and live, including your opportunity to call into the show at: (858) 345-4635 or via Skype at: Reddit NFL Podcast. Leave us a message, and get a chance to be on the show!

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