In this episode, Alex and I talk Tom Brady's return to Gillette Stadium, the Arizona Cardinals dominant win in LA, the Cowboys beating the undefeated Panthers, both NY teams winning in overtime, and a Miami Dolphins rant. First, we look at Bucs quarterback Tom Brady's return to Foxborough, where he quarterbacked the New England Patriots to six Super Bowls over 20 seasons. We were both surprised the crowd booed Brady while under center for the Bucs despite TB12 playing against NE for the first time in his NFL career. We also look into the unusual and historic moment when Brady broke Drew Brees' passing yards record in the first quarter last night. To me, Brady was feeling the moment with several overthrows against Bill Belichick's defense. We also looked into how Belichick confused Brady with changing defenses throughout the game. We also look into how Pats rookie Mac Jones fared against the GOAT. We also question whether the Patriots should have gone for fourth and three or kick a 56-yard field goal. To me, this decision showed a lack of trust in Jones despite handling the moment very well. We into the Arizona Cardinals convincing win over the LA Rams. With 216 rushing yards, Arizona showed a way to win with a strong offensive line. Arizona's young passer, Kyler Murray, completed 75 percent of his throws for 268 yards and two touchdowns. We also look into the Dallas Cowboys defense coming up big with a victory over the undefeated Carolina Panthers. We look into how Trevon Diggs has transformed the Dallas secondary with his five interceptions in four games. We also look into the Cowboys efficient offense. We also take a look at a never-before-seen event in NFL history; both New York teams winning overtime games on the same day. We look into how Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and Jets rookie Zach Wilson made big throws to get their teams their first win of 2021. Alex then goes on a weekly rant about his Miami Dolphins. We explain whether the Dolphins should go after Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson if he is eligible to play. We also look at which Dolphin draft picks have worked and frustrated Alex.