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PFW in Progress Recap 9/27: Pats-Texans Analysis; Looking Ahead to the Bills

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We're breaking down the top segments from Tuesday's edition of PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing.

0:02:00 - Fred Kirsch and Andy Hart began today's program in the host chairs with Paul Perillo and Erik Scalavino covering Patriots media availability. The show began by dissecting the Patriots 27-0 win over the Houston Texans last Thursday night.  

0:15:00 - Paul Perillo arrived on the scene just in time to weigh in on the debate between Fred and Andy on who will start at quarterback for New England in week 4. 

0:33:00 - The show discussed the report from Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald that the Patriots pressured Jimmy Garoppolo to play in week 3 despite his shoulder injury. 

0:55:00 -Fred Kirsch took a big stand on Bill Belichick's performance as a general manager. Fred feels that Bill is extremely underrated as a GM and needs more credit. 

1:05:00 -Erik Scalavino reported to the show straight off the practice field. Erik gave a full report on attendance and reported to the program that both Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett were out at practice. 

1:11:00 - PFW Producer Kevin Collins brought back his signature audio recaps of the prior week's game by coming out of the lunch break with an audio montage of the Patriots win over the Texans. 

1:35:00 - The show continued to discuss the power of NFL coaches to "shop for their own groceries" and have cart blanch over selecting their own players.  

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