Aaron Rodgers's masterful performance on Monday Night Football capped Week 3's action around the NFL with a flourish and proved to be a fitting end to a weekend filled with blowouts and the extreme judgments that come with those lopsided scores. On this week's Audibles Podcast, John DePetro, Chris Burke and Doug Farrar discuss the teams at opposite ends of the NFL's spectrum through three weeks. What's to stop the Patriots from going 16–0 and beyond? Who else might be joining the Bears in the race for the No. 1 pick?
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