Go Long Podcast

Tyler Dunne

All three Go Long podcasts are accessible right here. Tyler Dunne co-hosts the "Go Long Show" with Jim Monos, the "Ty & Bob Pod" with Bob McGinn and, also, "FAVRE" with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre. Subscribers can also hang out with former players from around the NFL on our Happy Hour sessions. Subscribe to GoLongTD.com to access everything.

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Chase Griffin and the growing power of the college athlete
20-02-2024
Chase Griffin and the growing power of the college athlete
As the country shifts into full-fledged Draft Mode, the name “Chase Griffin” may not ring a bell. You won’t see the UCLA quarterback’s name appear in mock drafts. Griffin still has one year of eligibility and the former Gatorade Player of the Year in Texas hasn’t seen the field a ton.However, his impact off the field has been substantial. The two-time “NIL Athlete of the Year” has shown all college athletes how to navigate this new wild west. Griffin is the first active college athlete to testify in front of Congress on NIL (Name, Image and Likeness), launched The Athlete’s Bureau on Substack and has arguably been the most public voice on the subject. (You can follow Griffin on X and IG.)This is all strange new terrain for college sports with 19- and 20-year-olds jumping in and out of the transfer portral. What does the future hold? Griffin helps us make sense of it all. You can listen to the audio above or inside the Go Long Podcast feeds on Apple, Spotify and YouTube. Video is below.Also, for more, check out this piece on Griffin at Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, written by Carter Yates. Thanks, all.Miss Part I of our Mailbag this week? We discuss Brandon Beane’s drafts, the Tom Clements Effect, the 1950 Browns, potential NFL rule changes and what other NFL teams will take from Super Bowl LVIII. Right here for Go Long subscribers. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Go Long Show: Meet the man who believed in Brock Purdy
09-02-2024
Go Long Show: Meet the man who believed in Brock Purdy
The Super Bowl is now two days away. As the nation gathers around their television sets, there will be many football coaches and scouts who watch Brock Purdy slingshot completions and wonder, “What did I miss?” But not Dave Boller. To get the inside story on Purdy’s rise, the “Go Long Show” welcomes on the longtime football scout who most certainly was a believer from Day 1. Boller knew the Purdy family as an Arizona guy himself and he tried to tell schools that the kid had it. Now, the lightning-fast processor has the San Francisco 49ers on the doorstep of Ring No. 6.Our personnel man, co-host Jim Monos, worked with Boller on the Philadelphia Eagles personnel staff. Boller is a well-traveled man. He spent two decades in the NFL, scouting for the Buccaneers (1995- ‘98), Eagles (1998- ‘04) and Rams (2004- ‘07), before working as the Lions’ assistant pro director (2007- ‘09), consulting NFC teams (2010- ‘12) and joining the Jets as an area scout (2012- ‘14). From there, he headed to the college ranks. Boller spent the 2015 and 2016 seasons in Louisville. First as director of on-campus recruiting, then as director of high school relations. He had a front-row seat to Lamar Jackson’s ascent. Then, it was off to Syracuse where Boller was the director of player personnel 2007- ‘22. Boller is the head of personnel for the St. Louis Battlehawks of the UFL today.He tried to convince Dino Babers to give Purdy a shot, but the Syracuse coach didn’t believe. (Babers wasn’t alone, either.)The revisionist history on Purdy gives Boller a chuckle. We get into everything and I swear that ‘Cuse crew you see on camera was at the top of the pile, a total coincidence. Boller, an open book, details why he had such conviction on Purdy, shares Jackson stories from Louisville — what did colleges miss here, too? — and takes you all the way back to the Philadelphia Eagles’ draft meetings ahead of selecting Donovan McNabb over Ricky Williams in 1999. They knew they’d be crucified by fans, and warned McNabb accordingly. You can access the Go Long Show right here at GoLongTD.com and inside the Apple, Spotify and YouTube feeds.Thank you for listening, sharing and subscribing.ICYMI: * A Super Bowl conversation with Brett Favre* Dallas Clark on the “walk-on mentality”* 'The Wild Side:' How George Kittle and Travis Kelce harness the animal within* Our 2023- ‘24 Awards are in* Go Long Show: First look at Chiefs vs. 49ers* 'The 49er Way:' Revisiting a conversation with GM John Lynch* The playoff dominance of Patrick Mahomes* Don’t ask Dan Campbell to change* Ty & Bob Pod: A special season in Detroit... with a bright future ahead* Go Long Show: Championship Sunday RecapStill to come:* The Magic of Mahomes* Super Bowl Predictions This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Dallas Clark on mowing Kinnick, holes in socks, Tight End U, Taylor/Kelce, the 'walk-on mentality'
08-02-2024
Dallas Clark on mowing Kinnick, holes in socks, Tight End U, Taylor/Kelce, the 'walk-on mentality'
To this day, Dallas Clark struggles to understand how he made it. Out of all tight ends profiled in “Blood and Guts,” his rise is most mystifying from a football sense. The kid from tiny Livermore, Iowa walked onto the Hawkeyes football team fresh off losing Mom in his arms. A traumatic ordeal. He was lost on the depth chart. His appendix nearly burst. He had collarbone surgery. He was a modern “Rudy,” mowing the field at Kinnick Stadium. But that’s the funny thing about the tight end position. In nearly all cases, Tight End chooses you. Not the other way around.The drive inside Clark always made him a natural fit. We published part of his chapter here at Go Long. How Clark rose to two Super Bowls, winning one in ‘06, speaks to the human condition more than anything. We can all take a little something from this rise. This week, we caught up again for a podcast conversation. I have a good feeling he’ll be back, too.Discussed…* Walk-on life at Iowa, from tearing up the siding at Kinnick Stadium on the mower to surviving on Grands! biscuits to equipment guys giving him a strange look for wanting socks with no holes.* Why he was able to hit it off with Peyton Manning. * What made him different than George Kittle (and many tight ends) off the field. * His (very) strong opinion on Taylor Swift.* Tight End U and the evolution of the position. * The similarity between these 2023 Chiefs and his 2006 Colts. Both were smacked in the jaw late in the season, and responded the right way. * Beauty of football. Clark articulates exactly what makes this sport different than anything else — and the secret sauce that builds a winner. Thank you for listening, watching, sharing. Go Long is completely powered by our readers. We aim to cover pro football through a longform lens. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
A Super Bowl conversation with Brett Favre
08-02-2024
A Super Bowl conversation with Brett Favre
This final podcast episode with Brett Favre, the Hall of Fame quarterback relives the euphoric highs (Super Bowl XXXI) and crushing lows (Super Bowl XXXII) of the greatest game in sports. He experienced both emotions.Favre details everything that led to this iconic touchdown pass to Andre Rison in Green Bay’s 35-21 title win over New England. Defensive coordinator Bill Belichick rolled the dice, and lost. Of course, the memory of Terrell Davis running wild is fresh, too. Those Packers were so close to going back-to-back.Much of this episode is spent on this year’s big game in Las Vegas. He brings a unique perspective. Favre worked closely with Andy Reid. The Kansas City Chiefs head coach who’s quickly asserting himself as an all-time great was his quarterbacks coach in Green Bay during the 1997 and 1998 seasons. Favre has spoken to the Chiefs’ entire team ahead of the Super Bowl before and shares his message. What makes Reid special? There’s beauty to the coach’s schematic simplicity. While he does see a lot of himself in Patrick Mahomes, Favre knows Reid is a major driving force. He doesn’t know where he’d be without Mike Holmgren, and isn’t sure where Mahomes’ career goes without Reid. It’s true we don’t discuss the marriage of coach and quarterback nearly enough. How good is Brock Purdy? “Dr. Purdy,” as he calls him, is more surgical. And a winner. There’s a lot to like in San Francisco’s unassuming quarterback. Audio and video are here at Go Long. You can also check out past episodes linked below.A quick note. The former quarterback’s Mississippi case was back in the news this week obviously. As he has said, there’s much Favre would like to discuss on this all. Due to a gag order, he cannot. When he’s able, we will check back in. Ahead at Go Long, I’ll be posting a conversation with Indianapolis Colts tight end Dallas Clark later today. He did not disappoint. Icymi, we’ve got a feature live on George Kittle, Travis Kelce and why the best of the best at the tight end position have a wild side. On Friday AM, be on the lookout for a deep dive on Mahomes. I spent the last two weeks chatting with everyone who knows him best to figure out where all this magic comes from. The Super Bowl’s closing in. We’ll host another Gameday Chat for the festivities.Thanks to all for reading and listening all season long. Past episodes of “FAVRE:”* Ep 1: Reliving an unforgettable moment in NFL history* Ep 2: Bar fights, throat-slashes and the car crash that could've killed him* Ep 3: The unique attrition of football* Ep 4: Time for Jordan Love to make ‘chicken salad’ out of ‘chicken shit’* Ep 5: Football will always need 'Rocky Balboa'* Ep 6: 'They hit a home run:' Brett Favre is all in on Jordan Love This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Go Long Show: Championship Sunday Recap
29-01-2024
Go Long Show: Championship Sunday Recap
The Michael Jordan comparisons are no longer hyperbole. Patrick Mahomes’ vise grip on the league only gets tighter. Kansas City’s quarterback was excellent in another AFC Championship and Lamar Jackson… was not. Over in the NFC, Dan Campbell coached this championship game exactly as he has coached all season. Aggressively. That’s the mentality that helped guide the Detroit Lions out of the doldrums. This night, it backfired. San Francisco capitalized on the Lions’ mistakes to punch its ticket to a Super Bowl rematch.Here on the Go Long Show — with co-host Jim Monos — we dive deep into both conference championship games. The first half is spent on Chiefs/Ravens; the second on Lions/49ers.You can listen/watch here at Go Long or within the Apple, Spotify and YouTube feeds. Thanks, all. Go Long is powered completely by our readers and listeners. We’d love it if you shared the word.Features, icymi:* How the Detroit Lions bring 'grit' to life* The Real Romeo, Part I: 'You’ve got to see who I am'* The Real Romeo, Part II: 'Perspective game'* The Spirit of Jonathan Owens* Man in the mirror: Alim McNeill explains the Detroit Lions* Why Ben Johnson is atop the coaching wish list* ‘You only get one life:’ The Juice Scruggs vantage point* 'Keep dreaming, baby!' Why the Cincinnati Bengals can contend with Jake Browning* 'You can’t run from the fight:’ Cam Heyward’s perspective* Erik Kramer Q&A: 'I’m here to help people'* Mike Daniels Q&A: 'When are we going to punch somebody in the face?'* Chad Brown Q&A: 'Who’s winning this battle? The owners.'* The McDermott Problem, Part I: Blame Game* The McDermott Problem, Part II: Lost in translation* The McDermott Problem, Part III: Let Josh be Josh* Delarrin Turner-Yell is the 'miracle' in Denver* Orlando Brown Jr., son of 'Zeus,' was built for the storm* ‘Sam can be the guy in Washington’* 'Does he have that something special?’ Kurt Warner on Jordan Love * A star is born: Nico Collins* Zach Sieler, the muscle in Miami* Q&A: Matt Hasselbeck still wants the ball...* Quarterbacks of the Future* Is there hope for the New York Giants?* Calais Campbell is defying logic* Chig Okonkwo knows tomorrow is not promised* The Cleveland Browns are a 'big, ugly machine'* Kenny Pickett vs. The World This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Go Long Show: The Buffalo Bills' Super Bowl dreams crushed again by KC
23-01-2024
Go Long Show: The Buffalo Bills' Super Bowl dreams crushed again by KC
A lot has changed since the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs staged an all-time classic in the 2021 divisional round of the playoffs. Specifically, the philosophy of this Bills offense. The result, however, did not. Kansas City edged Buffalo, 27-24, on Sunday night at Highmark Stadium. Make it five straight crushing defeats in the postseason. This one will sting all offseason because this was the year to catch Patrick Mahomes. The Bills had the Chiefs in their house this time. The Bills (allegedly) were welcoming in a stammering Chiefs offense.So much for that. Mahomes proved inevitable. (Again.) And the Bills continue to waste the prime of Josh Allen’s career. (Not ideal.)Round ‘n round we go, as this Bills season ends like all the previous Bills season. We break down the game here on the Go Long Show and I’ll also have a story live soon for Go Long subscribers.Miss the three-part series from last month? All links are right here. The Bills should be asking themselves hard questions right away this offseason. Part I: Blame GamePart II: Lost in translationPart III: Let Josh be JoshThank you for reading and listening, everyone. Be on the lookout for full coverage of the AFC and NFC Championships. Heading to Detroit this week to see how in the heck Dan Campbell’s crew took all that DNA and built a potential Super Bowl team. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Pod: Dave Birkett on Lions fever, Joshua Brisco on Patrick Mahomes
19-01-2024
Pod: Dave Birkett on Lions fever, Joshua Brisco on Patrick Mahomes
Ford Field, somehow, remains fully intact after the Detroit Lions’ first playoff win in three decades. What an atmosphere. The Kansas City Chiefs are the defending Super Bowl Champions. But how different is this 2023 outfit heading to Orchard Park, NY?To get the skinny on two fascinating playoff teams — one crashing the party, one seeking a sixth straight AFC title appearance — we reach out to a pair of experts. Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press dissects everything from Jared Goff’s revenge vs. Sean McVay to the Lions’ shaky defense to exactly how loud it was inside the stadium during Detroit’s 24-23 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Joshua Brisco of Sports Radio 810 and the Arrowhead Report fills you in on those funky Chiefs. In what ways has this KC offense changed since losing the Bills at home? Also, he supplies his personal analogy for Isiah Pacheco’s running style and has strong thoughts on the boyfriend of Taylor Swift at tight end. Good times again with Brisco. Enjoy.You can listen to episodes here at Go Long and everywhere you get podcasts, including Apple and Spotify. If you haven’t, be sure to subscribe to our Go Long TD YouTube channel, too. Go Long is your home for longform journalism in pro football. Miss this week’s Ty & Bob Pod? We preview Packers-49ers and also examine those Lions: This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Ty & Bob Pod: Green Bay and San Francisco meet again
16-01-2024
Ty & Bob Pod: Green Bay and San Francisco meet again
Green Bay served as the party wrecker on “super” wild-card weekend. (Don’t forget that “super,” everyone. It’s very important.)With one 48-32 smackdown, Jordan Love sent a message to the NFL and the Dallas Cowboys are again in disarray. Our Bob McGinn called the upset on the podcast. So how does NostraBob see Saturday night’s divisional playoff matchup with the No. 1-seeded San Francisco 49ers playing out? We differ on this outcome.Of course, there’s plenty of Packers talk with a full personnel breakdown on both sides of the ball.We also discuss:* Jerry Jones. Don’t hold your breath on Bill Belichick heading to Texas. As we wrote a couple years back, life is bizarre in “Jerry’s World.” Everything may make a little more sense in Big D with this three-part series.* The Detroit Lions win their first playoff game in three decades, and just their second since 1957. Jared Goff — blamed and banished by Sean McVay — earned a signature win. Here’s the December 2020 feature story mentioned on the pod. Goff’s comments then prove prophetic as the leader of these Lions. Defensively, the Lions have concerns. They’re grab-bagging for help on the defensive line, though Alim McNeill supplied a needed boost.* Tampa Bay is a 6.5-point underdog at Ford Field. You can count on the Bucs expecting to win on the road. Nice call, Carlton Davis.* McGinn explains what made Aaron Jones special in Green Bay’s win. He’s peaking. * The difference in Santa Clara for Green Bay? Pass rush. There should be opportunities to fluster Brock Purdy. * As always, we finish with a “McGinn Memory.” You’ll want to hear McGinn’s thoughts on Johnny Holland, the former Packer linebacker battling cancer. (As chronicled by the great Peter King.) Thanks for listening and sharing, everyone. Enjoy.ICYMI: This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
'They hit a home run:' Brett Favre is all in on Jordan Love
12-01-2024
'They hit a home run:' Brett Favre is all in on Jordan Love
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — This weekend marks a historic new chapter. Jordan Love makes his first playoff start against the Dallas Cowboys and — at this rate? — the Green Bay Packers just may be on a fast track toward a half-century of quarterback harmony.Absurd in the NFL. Entire franchises spin on the hamster wheel for a generation.A perfect time to check back in with the icon behind the renaissance of the franchise: Brett Favre. The three-time MVP has a lot to say on this episode of “FAVRE.” Go Long also flew to Wisconsin this week for reporting that’ll roll out over the coming days and weeks. On this episode, Favre is unplugged on many topics:* Jordan Love. He’s a believer… and then some. Favre is effusive in his praise, right down to the new QB’s “cool, calm and collective” manner. He sees teammates who want to fight for him, too. (“Jordan has the team on his back. They love him. … I think the guy’s legit. I think they hit a home run.”)* Remember the photos that NBC put side-by-side during the Packers-Vikings game? Yes, Favre sees himself in Love, and explains why that particular throw is so, so difficult to pull off. * He views the Packers as the most dangerous team in the NFC. (“They can beat anyone.”)* The cold. Favre enjoyed playing in Lambeau’s frigid chill — to a point. (He didn’t own an ice scraper, either.)* Is Mike McCarthy’s job on the line with a loss? There’s a lot of pressure on Dallas. Mainly because coaching under Jerry Jones is a different beast. Favre still has a relationship with his former coach and explains what’s likely going through McCarthy’s mind into this game. * Speaking of, how would Favre describe his relationship with McCarthy. It didn’t end well in ‘08. * Packers-Cowboys memories. This was the team that owned Favre’s Packers in the early 90s. He looks back at the psychology of trying to overcome Aikman, Emmitt, Irvin and the mighty Cowboys. Specifically, a ‘95 NFC Championship Game for the ages.* Seeing “ghosts.” It’s a phrase we hear often, but Favre articulates exactly what it means. He certainly saw ‘em and knows Dallas will try their best to confuse Love. Subscribers can access the full hour-plus in audio above or video below.You can also listen wherever you pod by syncing up your RSS feed above.Thanks for listening/viewing, all. Full video: This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Go Long Show: Wild Card Preview
11-01-2024
Go Long Show: Wild Card Preview
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Forty-eight hours ahead of wild-card weekend, make sure all chores are completed and your schedule is clear. There’s a very good chance you won’t be that interested in leaving your recliner. The NFL playoffs begin Saturday and I cannot remember a better slate to kick things off. It’s a blend of future Hall of Famers, revenge games, inclement weather, brewing upsets and fan bases that’ve been dying to host a playoff game. Love from Hagemeister Park in downtown Green Bay, here’s the latest Go Long Show. My co-host has worked in the front offices of these playoff teams, too.* Patrick Mahomes vs. Tua Tagovailoa, and the long-term implications. * What does Jim Schwartz have cookin’ for rookie C.J. Stroud? The environment will be electric in Houston.* Packers-Cowboys. Does Monos see the same thing as Bob McGinn?* Why Monos is in on the Los Angeles Rams. He sees some damning numbers concerning the upstart Lions. * Weather could get funky in KC and Buffalo. Mike Tomlin finds ways to keep games close, too. But the Bills prepared for a game like this offense. * The Philadelphia Eagles are a disaster at the worst time. * Wink Martindale shows us all why the “mutual parting of ways” is never so eloquent. * Pete Carroll became the last man at the party dancing. Good on Seattle for making a tough decision in the best interest of the franchise.The Go Long Show is accessible here and everywhere you pod, including Apple and Spotify.Audio is above. Video is below. Thanks, all.ICYMI, here is Brett Favre on Jordan Love, why he sees the Packers as a dangerous team, Cowboys memories, seeing “ghosts,” and what’s possibly be going through Mike McCarthy’s mind knowing one loss could prompt Jerry Jones to fire him: This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Happy Hour Replay: Will Stefon Diggs reach his breaking point?
06-01-2024
Happy Hour Replay: Will Stefon Diggs reach his breaking point?
Bills-Dolphins. This AFC East title game is loaded with drama from both points of view.Stefon Diggs could combust for 150 yards and two touchdowns. To reach the Super Bowl, Buffalo unquestionably needs their star wide receiver — in full. This game could also serve as a tipping point for a messy offseason. Much is at stake.Jordan Love vs. Justin Fields. Is the Green Bay Packers quarterback capable of overcoming a potential defensive calamity? Whereas last season’s Week 18 game at Lambeau Field felt like The End, this one could be The Beginning of something special. The grass was always green on the other side.How should the Chicago Bears, armed with the No. 1 pick, proceed at quarterback? Fields has played better of late, but let’s not forget the tension from earlier this season. It was telling. And it’s worth noting the revamped power structure. The Philadelphia Eagles’ sinking ship.Miami’s injuries.Aaron Rodgers theatrics.Everything is discussed on our latest Happy Hour with Go Long subscribers from across the country. Thank you to everyone who carved out an hour and a half on a Friday night — sharp questions/thoughts the entire session. We’ll record many more of these into the offseason. What a great chance for us to hang out — often with a former NFL player, too. This episode, my podcast co-host Jim Monos joined the call and shared his always-excellent insight. You’ll get a front-office perspective on all the above. Audio is available here at Go Long, and in the Apple and Spotify podcast feeds. Paid subscribers always have access to join all Zoom Happy Hours. Is there a player you would like to hang out with? Let me know at golongtd@gmail.com, and I’ll track him down. Thanks, all. Past Happy Hours: * Our chat on "The McDermott Problem"* Steve Calhoun (Jordan Love’s private QB coach) * John Hansen* Andrew Brandt* Peter King* Warren Moon* Isaiah McKenzie* Bob McGinn* Rob Johnson* Jamal Lewis* T.J. Lang* Jamaal Williams* Stevie Johnson* Richie Incognito* Wyatt Teller* Doug Whaley* Isaiah Likely* Stevie Johnson* Eric Wood* LeRoy Butler* Bob McGinn & Jim Monos* Quincy Avery* Erik Kramer* Frank Winters* Olin Kreutz* Peter King* Johnathan Franklin* Steve Calhoun* Jim Monos* Jace Sternberger* Doug Whaley* Isaiah McKenzie* Andy Janovich* Vince Williams* Ryan Leaf & Steve Tasker* Joshua Harris* D’Wayne Eskridge* Allen Robinson This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe
Ty & Bob Pod: The Brian Gutekunst Debate
02-01-2024
Ty & Bob Pod: The Brian Gutekunst Debate
Beat the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field and they’re in the playoffs at 9-8.Here on the “Ty & Bob Pod,” we have an overdue disagreement on the general manager central to the entire operation. Co-host Bob McGinn views Brian Gutekunst as an “average” GM. I say he’s well above average, one of the six or seven best in charge. Let’s not forget draft night in 2020. Not many in charge possess the brass cojones to select a quarterback out of Utah State when Aaron Rodgers is on the roster.From there, we dive into the Packers’ win. McGinn explains why Green Bay can beat anyone playing like this. He also believes the team should keep Jaire Alexander (the subject of last week’s pod) on the bench with how both corners are fighting. We look ahead to Week 18. This is a sneaky-talented Bears team.Minnesota’s decision to start quarterback Jaren Hall backfired — miserably — but both Packers lines dominated the line of scrimmage. Zach Tom continues to look like one of the best offensive tackles in the NFL. Elsewhere, yes, the Detroit Lions were hosed in Dallas. We discuss the NFL’s latest officiating embarrassment. The Lions’ pass rush is hanging on for dear life with aging pickups such as Bruce Irvin and Tyson Alualu. They desperately need bodies back to take some heat off of Aidan Hutchinson. As always, we gauge the Lions’ title hopes. This is all business at the right time.The full episode, spanning nearly 2 hours, is available to Go Long subscribers. Miss the Go Long Show? Here’s this week’s quarterback-centric episode with Jim Monos. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.golongtd.com/subscribe