The A to Z Podcast With Andre Knott and Zac Jackson: The Browns and the Chargers

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Andre and Zac are back for the second episode of the A to Z podcast this week. Let's just get to it as the Browns look to Sunday against the Chargers.



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Or stream below. (Topic rundown also below.)




Bone Thugs - First of Da Month
The end of Summer (Shandy season)
Cleveland Browns against San Diego
Rivers has been sacked 10 times
The Browns attacking the left side of the offensive line
The Cleveland Browns quarterbacks are both bad options
Phillip Rivers plays a lot like Bernie Kosar
The Browns signing Austin Davis at the end of September
The timing of signing Austin Davis before Ray Farmer coming back
Locker rooms always talk about other people's money
The Browns constructing a roster where Scott Solomon is a domino that can fall
Running a vanilla defense isn't a crime
Run defense is about pride and heart not scheme
Fans booing their own teams
The TMZ thing with the Browns quarterbacks
Jimmy Haslam saying he wouldn't fire everyone in training camp
The Bengals surrounding Andy Dalton with playmakers
Ray Farmer coming back into the building on Monday
Football safety and whether Andre would let his son play football
Mentor high school football program
Tristan Thompson and his deadline for signing a deal
Rich Paul negotiating Eric Bledsoe's deal
What is LeBron's role in the Tristan Thompson situation?
Tyrod Taylor fitting what Buffalo wants to do
Where's Joey Bosa?

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