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Like Rich but not his best interview
I know sometimes people like to give Rich crap on social media but he deserves credit for doing a good job with these Jets pods. Just wish there were more of them during the offseason!
As an ex vet with PTSD, I really try my best to enjoy the show, but the loud whistles give me migraines and worst. Hope the load whistle can be toned down dramatically so I can enjoy the show. Great content though. I just can’t take the anguish anymore.
Cimini is an unscrupulous hack. He baited Elijah Moore, then acts like it’s crazy that it escalated. He also lauded Bill Belicheat and Mac Jones, last year, when Jones attempted 3 passes for under 10 yards, in a win… then he says there’s no excuse for Zach Wilson to have only 121 yards, in a win. As long as he can get his shots in at the Jets, he’s happy. The worst kind of reporter.
As an ex vet with PTSD, I really try my best to enjoy the show, but the loud whistles give me migraines and worst. more
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Flight Deck launched 5 years ago and published 117 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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