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Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast.Their guest this week is James Walker the AFC East blogger from ESPN.com. Walker talks Patriots, Bills, Dolphins, and Jets. Walker talks about each team and determines if they are a 3-3 contender or a 3-3 pretender. He is impressed with the Patriots, surprised by the Dolphins, and skeptical of the Bills and Jets. "Baring an injury to Tom Brady the Patriots will make a Super Bowl run," said Walker.He also talks about Mario Williams struggles in Buffalo, the lack of depth in New York, and the surprising development of Ryan Tannehill. Walker also explains why he thinks Mark Sanchez is nothing more than a game manager and will never be a franchise quarterback. Walker also says:If the Jets want to be considered contenders they need to win in New England this weekRyan Fitzpatrick is not a franchise quarterbackThe AFC East will...
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