Radio Row Day Two: Marshall Faulk, Ottis Anderson & My Pro Football Hall of Fame Picks

Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk and Super Bowl XXV MVP Ottis Anderson join Joe for Day two in Tampa! Hear Faulk’s take on the Rams acquiring Stafford and his experience vs both Tom Brady AND Andy Reid in the playoffs nearly 20 years ago, while Anderson talks about his Super Bowl MVP performance vs Buffalo in 1990 and makes his own case as to why he deserves a gold jacket! Joe’s monologue is on the difference a healthy Sammy Watkins makes, while his Final Word tackles who he thinks should be enshrined in Canton this weekend, so don’t miss this Radio Row edition of Ceraulo Sports Talk!

Episode Five: Brandon Lang, Jarrett Bailey (again) & OBJ’s Stinky Kinks

Football is BACK, and Ceraulo Sports Talk is all over the NFL’s return, Odell’s stinky kinks, and first dates gone terribly wrong!

PLUS – it’s a special two-guest episode! Jarrett Bailey joins the show again and makes a couple bets with Joe (including a rather risque picture of Joe potentially getting leaked if Jarrett’s Steelers beat Joe’s Giants Monday night). Then, Brandon Lang joins the show to talk week one betting lines, a dark horse MVP worth betting on and how much easier getting laid becomes once you’ve been portrayed by Matthew McConaughey on the big screen.

All this, plus Joe’s NFL playoff predictions in his final word, only on Ceraulo Sports Talk!

Eli Manning isn’t close to being done

Nothing has been more irritating than the constant criticism of Eli Manning for the struggles of the New York Giants in recent years.

This is a franchise with high expectations. This year will likely mark the sixth of the last seven season in which the Giants have failed to make the playoffs since winning Super Bowl XLVI. Change is needed, but it’s needed in areas that don’t include moving on from Manning just yet.

Manning is currently tied with Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott, for the league lead having been sacked 38 times. That’s not by any means a category you want to lead the league in, but it also isn’t a category to blame any quarterback for.

Those 38 sacks put Manning on pace to be dropped behind the line of scrimmage 55 times this season. That’s 16 more than his current career high of 39, set in 2013. The last time someone was sacked more than 55 times was also 2013, when Ryan Tannehill was dropped 58 times.

If you don’t like throwing the blame on the offensive line, let’s take a look at Manning’s numbers…

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