What an exciting week in the NFL, made even better for UK fans as we host a London game for week 5.
Wade and Ryan are here to look back on the week that was in the NFL for week 4, in a fun and peppy podcast called the Week 4 Review.
Ryan went a respectable 7-9 in his week 4 picks, while Wade busted out an impressive 12-4 record to scoop a few pools over the weekend.
Among some of the trends and issues that the guys talk about in this one.
It’s the Falcons versus the Jets (wee!) at Tottenham in the first of the NFL games in London.
While it’s a truly beautiful stadium, the area around White Hart Lane leaves much to be desired. There’s really not much of a reason to leave anyway, with all of the bars and restaurants you can find within the stadium walls.
The NFL Store in the stadium will be happy to take your money in exchange for the jerseys of your NFL dreams.
Don’t worry about bringing a bag for all that swag, they will have legit ones available you can carry into the stadium.
Visitors to London are in for a treat, just don’t wander around too much to lose that lustre.
Also, Ted Lasso isn’t a real person, so stop asking us.
Britain is still missing fuel, causing line ups, punch ups and neighbourhood headaches.
If you’re planning on driving to the game, be aware that fuel might be non existent, and parking could provide an added nightmare to your journey.
The Overground rolls into White Hart Lane every 15 minutes, which will give you plenty of time to plan your stadium day.
Among some of the winning teams that Wade and Ryan gush about in this episode includes:
Finally a win, but at what cost? Kansas City is struggling this year as they slump further down the division walls. Can they maintain this momentum to thwart the Bills in week 5?
If you smell something creeping up in your garden check that it might be ‘dem boyz. Dallas has put together a winning team, let’s see how long that they can stay healthy.
The best team in the NFL? They have certainly shown why that they might be considered. Of course it’s only week 4, so let’s hold our horses.
Detroit could be the worst team in all of football, with no direction fo where they are going. The Lions have had their mane and tail chopped, it’s hard to see where they find the motivation.
Stop, just stop. That’s all their defence has left to say.
Insults meet injuries as this team can no longer rely on Henry for the winning scores. Tannehill is struggling behind a weak line and their D can barely contain themselves.
Week 5 Parties
Don’t forget we’re throwing big parties this weekend at the Sports Bar and Grill Clapham, Old Street and the Princess Alexandra.
Clapham will be showing the Fury vs Wilder fight Sat night, while Old Street will be open until 4am with NFL action wall to wall.
Welcome to London!