After making it through another week of the 2022 NFL season, Charles Davis is back hosting another edition of The 33rd Team’s Coach’s Room, recapping the biggest highlights and storylines from Week 3. In this edition, Davis is joined once again by former NFL head coach Chuck Pagano, and former head coach Marty Mornhinweg makes his 2022 debut on the program.
Together, the trio break down their biggest takeaways from Week 3, from the early-season success of the Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins, to a lackluster edition of Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady, to the injuries woes mounting for the Los Angeles Chargers.
The traditional Pro Bowl is no more. The NFL is changing the event from a competitive game pitting the AFC and NFC against each other to a week of skills-based competitions that will culminate in a flag football game, and count The 33rd Team’s Coach’s Room among the people who are not sad to see the traditional game go.
Former coaches Chuck Pagano and Marty Mornhinweg speak with Charles Davis in this Coach’s Room excerpt about how it was high time for the former Pro Bowl structure to be done away with, and how the change will take it from an embarrassing display of walk-through football to a more fan-focused affair that will let everyone see players compete in a casual, festive atmosphere.
Incredible comebacks and near-comebacks highlighted the NFL’s second week, and people can’t stop discussing them. That includes Charles Davis, who welcomes in former NFL head coach Eric Mangini for The 33rd Team’s weekly Coach’s Room to break down what we saw around the league in Week 2.
See what the pair have to say about playing situational football and how to protect those late leads, their thoughts on some of the league’s quarterbacks, from Justin Herbert and Tom Brady to the huge day from Tua Tagovailoa and whether the Cincinnati Bengals or the Las Vegas Raiders have more to worry about after starting the year 0-2.