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No Huddle Podcast: 49ers-Saints recap, previewing the Falcons and potential playoff scenarios

Dec 11, 2019 at 10:38 PM--




Rob and Levin recap the San Francisco 49ers' big win over the New Orleans Saints and hand out game balls, and then look toward the potential trap the Atlanta Falcons pose while looking ahead to playoff scenarios.

Plus some discussion surrounding Odell Beckham Jr. possibly wanting out of Cleveland, Arik Armstead's future with the team, and could the 49ers decide to get out of Dee Ford's contract?

Even though Zain was out this week, the duo also discusses the results of the Taysom Hill wager from last week. Spoiler: Zain has a Russell Wilson Twitter icon.

You can listen to the latest "No Huddle Podcast" episode above, from our dedicated podcast page, on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, Spotify, Stitcher, or iHeartRadio.





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