In this episode, Alex and I talk about a memorable Week 2 for all the wrong reasons for our favorite NFL teams. The Buffalo Bills blanked Alex's Dolphins 35-0 while the Denver Broncos beat my Jags 23-13. First, we talk about what happened in Miami. In a sign of a tough afternoon, Dolphins starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered a rib injury early in the game. Miami only put 216 yards of total offense while allowing six sacks and committing three turnovers. Alex then explains how Miami's offensive line has been a consistent problem for many years before yesterday's shutout loss. Then, we both talk about the Jaguars. Despite throwing two more picks, I remain optimistic Trevor Lawrence will be fine. I then comment on what has gone wrong with 2020 standout James Robinson after another quiet game to start 2021. We switch from our favorite teams to the good, bad, and ugly of Week 2. I start with my admiration of Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler's Murray. We then both talk about Titans start runner Derrick Henry almost carrying the Titans to an overtime win in Seattle. We also love the combo between Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp, who Caught nine passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns against the Colts. Now from the good to the bad and ugly, We talk about Jets rookie Zach Wilson's four interceptions against the New England Patriots. In a game that disappointed most on-lookers, Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper frustrated fantasy owners with just three receptions after a memorable Week 1 against the Bucs. Alex then goes into a rant on the officiating after a few questionable calls in the Cowboys-Chargers game. We end our discussion by previewing the Dolphins trip to Vegas while the Jags welcome Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals to Jacksonville. Alex is looking to smash Arizona this weekend.