New Episode: Kurt on Brady, Watson, Goff, Bortles and more

09/26/2017

Each week, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner breaks down the play of the NFL signal callers along with his Monday Night Football partner Kevin Harlan. You can find links to subscribe RIGHT HERE.

In this week’s episode, Kurt and Kevin recap Week 3 and look ahead to Week 4 with commentary on Tom Brady (1:30), DeShaun Watson (4:15), Derek Carr (6:00), Kirk Cousins (7:00), Chiefs/Redskins MNF Preview (8:30), Jared Goff (9:30), Russell Wilson and Marcus Mariota (12:45), Seahawks/Colts SNF Preview (14:45) and Blake Bortles (16:15). They also discuss the Topic of the Week as Kurt delves deeply into how a quarterback deals with pre-snap reads (19:30).

Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner is an analyst for Westwood One’s coverage of Monday Night Football, and can be seen every Sunday morning on NFL Network’s “NFL Gameday Morning.” Kevin Harlan is the voice of Monday Night Football on Westwood One as well as a play-by-play announcer for the NFL and college basketball on CBS and the NBA on TNT.

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