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The Week Four pressure cooker

For those of you who missed Friday night’s NBC SportsTalk on VERSUS, we’ve got several clips that we’ll be posting today, in the hopes of enticing you to watch it every Friday (and Monday), when the dominant topic is the NFL.  (The show also is on Tuesday through Thursday, and there’s some football talk interspersed with talk about other sports.)

One regular Friday feature is the “pressure cooker,” which features a look at a couple of guys who are facing tough circumstances in the coming weekend of football.

I could tell you who Peter King and I picked, but then you wouldn’t watch the video and, more importantly, the brief word from our sponsors that precedes it.

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5 Responses to “The Week Four pressure cooker”
  1. wtfchiefs says: Oct 1, 2011 8:17 AM

    “but then you wouldn’t watch the video and, more importantly, the brief word from our sponsors that precedes it.”
    More importantly? Um…the sponsors are why I DON’T watch the videos on here dude.

  2. 7thlombardiontheway says: Oct 1, 2011 8:27 AM

    The Steeler Nation’s greatness will find itself gradually throughout the year. It is in their blood to succeed. You are on the brink of witnessing something amazing. Seventh Lombardi being hoisted in the air, casting a giant shadow on the rest of the league. Because of this, a new league must be formed for the equality of all. For the lesser man, and of course the greater man. The Steel man. Steeler Football League here we come.

  3. phil325 says: Oct 1, 2011 9:49 AM

    So Vick’s whining is going to get him calls he doesn’t deserve. Nice. Go Niners.

  4. firerosenthalthebastard says: Oct 1, 2011 10:35 AM

    you pick Rams-Redskins over Raiders-Patriots? id i ots

  5. bigmouthedvoiceofreason says: Oct 1, 2011 11:30 AM

    Steeler nation’s greatness was revealed as a myth when Clay Matthews pummelled Mendenhall, caused a fumble and put an end to the “stairway to seven” talk.

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