Intro: Host Michael Rand takes a look at Wild GM Bill Guerin's end-of-year comments and takes issue with Guerin's assertion that this year proved the Wild doesn't need a No. 1 center. Maybe that was true in the regular season, but in the playoffs top-end center play was absolutely a glaring weakness that needs to be addressed at some point.

5:00: Tyler Dunne, who covered Aaron Rodgers for four seasons and now writes about a variety of in-depth NFL topics at, joins Rand for a breakdown of what's going on between Rodgers and Green Bay. Who's to blame, how did we get here, and how does Dunne think this will ultimately play out?

27:00: The Twins have been decimated by injuries, but don't let that steal the narrative around their pitching staff. It's been flat-out bad, as evidenced by an overall 4.68 ERA that ranks No. 25 in the majors, and that's come with many of the organization's preferred pitchers working at the start and end of games.

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