New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks MNF preview | Monday Tailgate

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Monday Night Football is back and that means so is Monday Tailgate! Jason Fitz and Skubie Mageza recap an exciting NFL weekend that featured a disappointing performance by Patrick Mahomes against the Tennessee Titans. Mina Kimes joins the show to talk about the expectations for the Seahawks tonight as Russell Wilson watches from the sidelines. ESPN’s resident Bengal’s fan Jordan Cornette will hop on the stream to hype up the early season performance from Ja’Marr Chase. Skubie and Fitz will review what they learned from Week 7 as Tom Brady shined bright like a diamond and Matthew Stafford put on a clinic against his former Lions squad. Plus, Fitz and Skubie breakout the touch screen to highlight their favorite QB/WR Duos with a halloween spin.

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