Myles Garrett, Eagles/Patriots, Carmelo Anthony, George Lopez | UNDISPUTED Audio Podcast

Topics ► Myles Garrett (0:15) ► Eagles/Patriots preview (35:27) ► Carmelo Anthony (57:28) ► George Lopez (1:07:08).

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  1. The same way we excuse Pouncey kicking and punching we must do the same for Garrett. The helmet swing was over the top and in retaliation for Rudolph attempting to pull his helmet first. Rudolph wins the helmet struggle and it's a different scenario. Rudolph instigated the situation period.

  2. How are you going to commend Pouncey when he could’ve just as easily restrained his quarterback and put him out of harms way. That would’ve been the most commendable act, but none of the Steelers were capable of doing that

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