It’s topic-picking time for PFT on NBCSN

Another day, another episode of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network.

Which means another opportunity for you to cast a ballot regarding the topic we’ll discuss in the final segment of the show.

Yes, Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford won’t be here to pull the rug out from under the democratic process.  The choice below that gets the most votes definitely gets discussed at the conclusion of the 5:00 p.m. ET hour.

Join Anthony Becht, Erik Kuselias, and your truly then.

6 responses to “It’s topic-picking time for PFT on NBCSN

  1. How about none of the above. I see this becoming a popular choice…people are sick of hearing about Kluwe already, who cares what Clark said about the Patriots, and Geno Smith…SMH. Another who cares?

    Why not talk about what one of the other commenters stated on an earlier article this morning about the new rookie wage scale and what it has truly done to the veteran market? How much has it really hurt them? It is looking like more and more that deal was a bad deal for the players and not the owners, even though to be fair, many of these guys (athletes in general) are often way over-paid anyways. This would be a way more interesting topic than the three you offered up?

    Or what about an all time NFL Mt. Rushmore or Mt. Rushmore by Position.

  2. None of the above. We need more stories on Tim Tebow, Revis, gays, the name “Redskins”, the unbeatable Bill Belichick, Jerry Jones, John Mara, and the unbeatable Tom Brady, because we haven’t had enough of those lately.

  3. I have a novel idea. Lets stop talking about politics (Kluwe) and religion (Tebow) and stick to actual football.

    Wait, that will never happen because drama pushes up page counts.

  4. I’m all for the Ryan Clark topic, but there is no need to be so incendiary in labelling his comments “trash talk.”

    Clark gave a well reasoned explanation of how defences can have success against the patriots.

    Reading the full text of the interview, I think Clark came across as being very articulate and respectful, as always.

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