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PFW in Progress Recap 10/1: Roster updates, Week 4 Picks

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We're breaking down the top segments from Thursday'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 - For the first time all week the PFW boys were together to start the show. Fred, Paul, Andy, and Erik began today's show discussing the flurry of roster activity by the Patriots last night. The boys discussed the trade of Michael Hoomanawanui to the New Orleans Saints.

0:10:00 - The PFW crew got into a lengthy discussion on the depth of NFL teams. The conversation was primarily concerning players who help a team win a Super Bowl as opposed to those players who are just along for the ride.

0:23:00 -Fred opened a discussion about how trades are good for the NFL. The guys touched on how player movement in any sport can keep fan bases engaged and intrigued.

0:33:00 -The PFW boys shifted the talk from player movement to broadcast talent movement in the sports industry. They went on to guess how much network talent makes at NFL Network, CBS, and ESPN.

0:50:00 -Matthew in the UK checked in on the Ace Ticket Hot-line. He voiced an opinion that Jim Nantz and Phil Simms were the best network broadcast team in the business.

1:08:00 -PFW favorite Jerry in California called the show on the Ace Ticker Hot-line. Pre usually Jerry engaged Andy and Paul in a lengthy discussion on James Devlin and Jordan Richards. After about four minutes, Fred cut him off mid sentence causing major laughter on the show.

1:41:00 -The staff of PFW made their famous NFL picks for Week 4. Each writer on the show picked each NFL game straight up and against the spread.

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