With the Buffalo Bills coming to Los Angeles to take on the re-relocated Rams, who better to analyze the game than a guy who played professionally for both?
We’re talking Notre Dame alum Tony Hunter, the former Bills and L.A. Rams TE who co-hosts the L.A. Rams 2.0 Show here at TheGruelingTruth.net along with stalwart Grueling Truther Os Davis.
Tony and Os can’t believe the Rams’ NFC West-leading fortunes, and we’re happy to admit that we and fandom, in general, may have been shortchanging certain parties on this team this season. We mean guys like Case Keenum, now 6-3 in his career as an NFL starter; Trumaine Johnson and LaMarcus Joyner, a pair of cornerbacks who reminded us that the Rams secondary didn’t become extinct with the departure of Janoris Jenkins; and Arron Donald, who … well, we always knew he was monstrously good.
Next up is the Bills, coming off an important win against the New England Patriots to travel coast-to-coast for Sunday’s game. Talk of the present-day Bills leads Tony to reminisce about his time with the club in the 1980s – and about that time he almost became Jim Kelly’s teammate on the Houston Gamblers of the good ol’ USFL. Nice.
Get ready for the Tony Hunter Bowl with episode 4 of the L.A. Rams 2.0 Show: Listen right here on this page, download with Spreaker or Stitcher, and/or subscribe via iTunes.
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