ESPN’s Around The NFL podcast joins host David Ubben to break down the biggest stories of the week, and the team who’s going to get to watch them.
The Around The League team favors teams with a big lead in the AFC South, while the NFC West is more competitive than ever.
“We’re not going to pick one team that has the best chance to win the division, but that team should be the favorite,” Ubben said.
“That team should have the best shot to win.
That team should win the NFC East.”
As Ubben’s NFL podcast continues to evolve, we’re always looking for the next great interview, and we’re pleased to welcome host David Kubiak to the podcast.
Kubiak joins the show in 2018 as the NFLPA’s senior vice president of media relations, and his new role will give him unprecedented access to players, coaches, and front offices across the league.
He also hosts a podcast on ESPN’s SportsCenter, which will be the first time he has been involved with a live podcast in almost 10 years.
As Kubiak prepares to take on a new role with the NFL, we spoke to him to learn more about his experience in the NFL.
Here’s what Kubiak had to say:What are your favorite stories from the week?
The big story in the game this week is the Chiefs-Seahawks game.
What did you think?
I was excited about the Falcons-Jets game, because I thought the Falcons were playing the Chiefs.
But then I thought, OK, maybe I’m not seeing this as a big game.
I didn’t know that was going to be the biggest game.
That’s the biggest story of the season.
I thought it was a huge game, but I wasn’t excited about it.
What’s your favorite thing to see from your job as a reporter?
A lot of people think I love to read about the team, the players, the guys.
And I love the fans.
They’ve been a part of the game since day one.
But I’m also a reporter who likes to see the team and the players on the field, whether it’s the offensive line or the defensive line.
I’m looking forward to it.
I can’t wait to see what they do this week.
What is your favorite moment from the past month?
It’s hard to pick a favorite moment, because every day is a new day.
I guess I would say my favorite moment in the past 12 months has been this season, because the fans, the fans are always coming out to support the team.
They come out for the road games, they come out to see us play.
They’re all coming out this week, every day.
And it’s always a great feeling.
The fans have been amazing.
They keep supporting us through a lot of adversity, and now that we’re playing against another team.
I think that’s really important to keep a sense of the history of this team.
When the Chiefs play, the crowds are so big.
When you see the fans come out and show their support, it means a lot.
What’s the strangest thing you’ve seen in person?
I remember last year, the season ended on Sunday, and there was a lot going on.
The crowd was so loud.
The noise was unbelievable.
The lights were on.
I remember being on the road and thinking, How did the fans not go crazy?
It was insane.
I’ve been to the games a lot, and I have never seen the crowd go crazy.
I have been in stadiums before.
It was like, How are we going to keep them away from us?
I’ve been in these stadiums and they always have a good time.
I don’t know what it is about the fans in this game.
Sometimes you get a good vibe, and sometimes you get something that makes you uncomfortable.
You don’t really know what the fans want.
I had the same feeling this year.
I was nervous because we were losing, and then the game ended, and people were yelling, “Get out of here!
Get out of the stadium!
I got nervous.
So I just took it in stride.
I know it’s not the most exciting game, so you don’t want to be nervous.
But the fans always go crazy, and that’s a great atmosphere.
How do you think you got the most laughs this season?
I’m very happy.
I got a lot from the players and the coaches.
I get a lot out of myself, because sometimes when I’m in my chair and I’m watching the game, I don, you know, get a little bit caught up in the moment.
But we all just want to do our job.
We’re doing it for the fans because they’re a part, and you want to make sure that the fans stay behind the team to support them.
What are your goals