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(Ep. 79) #BNCPod “Brady The GOAT”

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The Beer N’ Chicken boys are back with their first show in 2021, and we’ve got a lot to catch up on and get into indeed. We start the show honoring the memory of one of Major League Baseball’s greatest stars, Hank Aaron, who passed away last week at the age of 86. Shaq is on the bad side of a lot of current NBA players as of late, after he told Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell that he doesn’t think he has what it takes to go to the next level. Is it a fair criticism from an old head trying to motivate a young player, or is it simply hate for the way the game is played today? The Detroit Lions and longtime Quarterback Matthew Stafford are parting ways. After the Lions hired a new GM, and a new coach to start off yet another rebuilding project, Stafford has asked the team to be traded, and the Lions look to be willing to oblige him. What would be the best landing spot for Stafford, and do the fellas think he’ll win his first playoff game once he’s out of Detroit? And then we talk Tom Brady. The man is on his way to his record breaking 10th Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If he wins Super Bowl LV, do the fellas think he’ll go out on top and retire, or will he put on the pads again next year? Either way, Spann is about to be eating hella crow on this episode.

And like always, we’ll be Winging It, on outta here with our parting shots. So let’s get to the shenanigans. Grab a brew and a thigh, and come talk some smack with your boys Spann, and Cliff right here on The Beer N’ Chicken Podcast!

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