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NFL Divisional Playoffs Packers Titans Bucs Chiefs And Picks! | Three Dog Thursday (Ep. 94)

NFL Divisional Playoffs Packers Titans Bucs Chiefs And Picks! | Three Dog Thursday (Ep. 94)

We are ready for the NFL playoffs to go to the next level as the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans join the six winners from the Wildcard weekend and we’ll break it all down with underdog selections on “3 Dog Thursday!”

Host T.J. Rives is back after calling the 49ers upset of the Cowboys to go over doggies that he might like starting with Brian Edwards of Vegas Insider and Brian gives his opinion on a couple of Underdogs that he’s looking at and why the defending champion Bucs look like a repeat contender for sure.

Then, Tyler Jones of “The Jones Report” podcast is back aboard to discuss what he saw in person at Arrowhead Stadium in K.C., as the Chiefs pummeled the Steelers Sunday night. Now, it’s onto a rematch from last year’s AFC Title game with the Buffalo Bills. While T.J. likes the Bills chances, Tyler disagrees with what he saw from K.C.’s defense.

Finally, Jonas Knox morning man of Fox Sports Radio comes on the show to give his insight on why he likes the L.A. Rams against T.J.’s Buccaneers on Sunday. Will Matt Stafford play well enough and can the Bucs protect Tom Brady against the likes of Aaron Donald and Von Miller on the pass rush?

Hear it all on “3 Dog Thursday” and make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, etc.!!

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Checkout the only digital show devoted exclusively to picking underdogs in College/NFL Football and College Hoop seasons. Host T.J. Rives, Brian Edwards, Senior Handicapper with and Managing Editor of, plus other other guests, including from the Sports Gambling podcast family jump aboard to make Underdog predictions against the spread. Come for the insight, the analysis and of course, which pooches will come through! It’s 3 Dog Thursday. SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE | SPOTIFY | GOOGLE


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