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Jason Fitz and Frank Schwab recap the exciting action from the NFL’s first Sunday. Fitz and Frank analyze each game one by one and provide their instant conclusions and analysis. The duo specifically focuses on the Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns for their wins before giving their analysis on the rest of the games.
00:45 – The Cowboys showed us who they are with their dominant victory over the New York Giantswho did not seem prepared for the Cowboys defense.
20:25 – The Browns defense looked better than many anticipated when they closed the game. Cincinnati Bengals offense, but the Bengals always start slow and should be fine moving forward.
33:20 – Frank has trusted him Green Bay Packers all offseason, and today they showed that they are going to challenge the Detroit Lions in the division. He chicago bearsOn the other hand, they look too similar to what they were last year.
49:40 – None Desmond Ridder neither young bryce They played very well today, but they will need time to get used to their offenses. The lack of objectives for Kyle Pitts and Drake London It was inexplicable.
52:35 – The Arizona Cardinals came to play today and Washington escaped with what Frank believes is a disappointing victory. They will need to show up with more energy when not playing a team like the Cardinals.
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