Preview of the Division Round, coaching carousel news, and new Titans & Cardinals GM hires

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Charles Robinson is joined by Charles McDonald and Jori Epstein to recap the latest NFL news as the head coach and GM hiring cycle gets into full swing and preview the Division Round of the NFL Playoffs in 2023.

The trio kicks off with a dive into the latest NFL news. Los Angeles Chargers OC Joe Lombardi was fired, but this could be a good thing for QB Justin Herbert as he can have a fresh start with a new offense without losing the stability that comes with the return of Head Coach Brandon Staley for the 2023 season. Detroit Lions OC Ben Johnson has announced he will be staying in Detroit in 2023, which is fantastic news for Lions fans. Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh has said he won’t be returning to the NFL for the 2023 season, but his proven track record as an NFL head coach means fans and front offices alike will likely hound him for years to come. The Tennessee Titans and Arizona Cardinals have their new general managers, while former San Francisco 49ers Director of Player Personnel Ran Carthon heads to Nashville and former Tennessee Titans Director of Player Personnel Monti Ossenfort heads to Glendale. Charles Robinson has heard great things about Carthon’s leadership ability, but he is concerned about the future of Kyler Murray and the Cardinals given the organization’s turmoil over the past year.

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Charles, Jori and Charles continue to discuss an intriguing series of games in this Saturday and Sunday’s divisional round as the group believes the Jacksonville Jaguars stand a chance against Patrick Mahomes and the dominant Kansas City Chiefs as Trevor Lawrence tops state. of his game. The New York Giants could keep their game close to the top-ranked Philadelphia Eagles, but the Eagles’ roster looks better in almost every position. The group is excited to see the Cincinnati Bengals face the Buffalo Bills, but it will be important to review the injury report for the Bengals as their depleted offensive line could become overwhelmed without the help of OT Jonah Williams. Finally, the Dallas Cowboys seem to keep rolling against the San Francisco 49ers. The key to this game will be whether or not QB Dak Prescott can maintain his great play from last week against possibly the best defense in the NFL.

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00:30 – Latest coaching news: Chargers OC Joe Lombardi fired, Tampa Bay Buccaneers OC Byron Leftwich retain position for now and Lions OC Ben Johnson & Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh decide to stay in position next season

22:08 – New GMs! Former 49ers Director of Player Personnel Ran Carthon hired as Titans general manager and former Titans Director of Player Personnel Monti Ossenfort hired as Cardinals general manager

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36:14 – Preview division round

37:43 – Jaguars at Chiefs: Do Trevor Lawrence and his striker have the firepower to keep up with Kansas City?

42:53 – Giants at Eagles: Can Brian Daboll use his magic against a dominant Eagles roster?

47:04 – Bengals at Bills: Can Joe Burrow overcome his offensive line injuries to outsmart Josh Allen and Bills’ dangerous offense?

49:26 – Cowboys at 49ers: Can Dak Prescott put together the best defense in the NFL?

January 16, 2023; Tampa, Florida, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) reacts after throwing a touchdown pass against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second half during wild card play at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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