Heat Ratio: Why do they love to hate Carson Wentz?

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Why all the hate for Carson Wentz?

Where does it stem from? Are people really having doubts about him as a franchise quarterback?

This week Tony (@TCutillo23) aka Jigsaw, John (@PGHJohn36) and Dave (@Coachdickson365) go around the world of sports while getting you ready for the Fantasy Football playoffs. On this episode they cover the following topics:

· Eagles/Giants recap
· What changed in the second half of the game?
· Do the Sixers need one more piece?
· MLB Hot Stove: Phillies rumors
· Does Brett Brown get a pass?
· Around the NFL
· Fantasy Football playoffs. Are you ready?
· Mariota/Winston
· The Baker Mayfield Effect
· The Heat Gauge: three players trending up/down

The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the big sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Come join in the discussion and make your opinions heard! Can you bring the Heat?

Listen to the entire episode below.

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The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) is brought to you by Pi’s own Tony Cutillo and continues to bring a unique flavor to the world of podcasting. From top sports stories to everyday life, it’s all here just waiting for your take.


As always you can stop by my Facebook page (FantasySportsAddiction) or tweet me (@TCutillo23) for questions or some nice fantasy/real sports debates. E-mail me at tonycutillo@yahoo.com. You can listen to The Heat Ratio (@TheHeatRatio) podcast every Wednesday at 12 P.M. on Wildfire Radio, and subscribe on iTunes here.

I can also be heard weekly via the internet stream live at WengRadio every Monday at 4:00pm EST for a weekend sports wrap. But most importantly, you can catch me here at Pi!

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