September 18, 2012

The B/B Podcast - Cutler's Antics, Stanford's Upset and Philadelphia's Late Season Playoff Push

By - Kris Fletcher & Tim Swift

In this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast, we discuss Jay Cutler's questionable behavior during Chicago's Week 2 loss to Green Bay, Stanford knocking off USC for the fourth-consecutive time, and how the Phillies have managed to claw their way into the postseason race!

Photo by: Jeff Hanisch
- A Bear-Sized Attitude Problem?: Last week, Jay Cutler appeared to be having problems with members of his offensive line in Chicago's 23-10 loss to the Packers at Lambeau Field. Was the whole thing just blown way out of proportion, or are there underlying issues between Cutler and his teammates? We'll tell you.

- Cardinals Stun the Trojans...Again: On Saturday, Stanford managed to upend USC for the fourth-straight time, knocking off the favored Trojans 21-14. Did the loss end USC's chances of playing in the BCS Championship Game, or do Matt Barkley and company still have time to recover? Our answers might surprise you.

- Phillies in Contention?: Two months ago, Philadelphia was so deep in the postseason race hole that they had to have daylight pumped to them through a straw. Now, they're within striking distance of the second Wild Card spot in the National League. How did this happen, and can they close the deal on a playoff berth? Hear our take.


We break down the evolution of quarterback Alex Smith, pick who the best team in the NFL is, and name our biggest surprises from Week 2!

All this and much more in this week's edition of The Bleacher Briefings podcast!

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