Brett Favre scandal, Broncos MNF fail, Dak recovery & more

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After years of denials, the truth may be finally catching up to former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre. Charles Robinson welcomes former NFL safety Tank Williams onto the podcast, kicking off the conversation with the recent text messages that implicate Favre in a plan to divert federal welfare funds towards building a new volleyball stadium at Southern Miss. Charles explains that this is yet another element in a large mosaic of questionable behavior from Favre, whose career should be looked at in a more skeptical light.

Later in the podcast, the guys talk about coach Nathaniel Hackett’s dubious game management at the end of Monday’s Denver Broncos loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the Dallas Cowboys & Pittsburgh Steelers handling the injuries of Dak Prescott & T.J. Watt in wildly different fashions and close out the episode previewing a handful of key Week 2 games.

0:55 Brett Favre scandal

20:45 Denver Broncos MNF loss

29:20 Dallas Cowboys rushing Dak Prescott back from injury

39:10 Pittsburgh Steelers approach to T.J. Watt injury

43:45 Los Angeles Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs preview

48:15 Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Ravens preview

51:45 Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints preview

54:55 Minnesota Vikings @ Philadelphia Eagles preview

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Former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre finds himself embroiled in controversy this week after text messages came to light that contradict his previous statements of denial that he knowingly diverted federal welfare funds to a new volleyball stadium at the University of Southern Mississippi. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM)