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PFW in Progress Recap 1/26: Recapping Patriots-Broncos

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We're breaking down the top segments from Tuesday's edition of the PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing. Hit play on the podcast above and forward to the segments indicated below to listen. 

0:02:00 - Fred Kirsch began the show by stating he was still in shock, but he was here for the fans to go through the five stages of grief. The show began in mourning over the Patriots AFC Championship loss in Denver. 

0:05:00 - The show discussed the two point conversion play late in regulation that would have tied the game. Rob Gronkowski came wide open on the play, but Tom Brady failed to look to him in the back of the end zone. Andy Hart was shocked at how open Gronk was. 

0:12:00 - The show discussed the firing of Patriots offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo and the failures of the offensive line during the 2015 season.

0:20:00 - Erik Scalavino gave his passionate opinion that Bill Belichick should have decided to kick the field goal on 4th and 1 with just under six minutes left in regulation as opposed to going for it. Paul Perillo and Andy Hart defended their argument that Bill made the correct choice.

0:40:00 - Eldridge in North Carolina phoned into the show on the Ace Ticket Hot-Line. Eldridge informed the PFW crew that the Panthers fans in Carolina are relieved that their Super Bowl opponent is Denver as opposed to New England.

0:55:00 - Chris with a Tian called into the show on the Ace Ticket Hot-Line to discuss the Patriots future at the running back position. 

1:10:00 - The PFW Boys discussed the Patriots decision to take the ball after winning the opening coin toss.

1:33:00 - Fred stayed steady all season long that the fatal flaw of this team would be the offensive line if they did not win the Super Bowl.

1:45:00 - The show began to discuss potential free agents on the Patriots and if they would resign or be playing elsewhere in 2016. 

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