Tony Dungy breaks down NFL playoffs
NBC NFL Network analyst Tony Dungy joined the show to break down the divisional round of the playoffs.
Dungy said that the Ravens-Broncos game never should have gotten to overtime and put the loss on the defense for blowing the lead late in the game.
“It was baffling to me that [Baltimore’s] Jacoby Jones could go untouched in that situation,” Dungy said of the Ravens’ late-game touchdown to tie it and send it into overtime.
Dungy weighed in on the Patriots as well. He said the key to their dominance is their ability to adjust. They don’t stick to one gameplan. But Dungy thinks the Pats-Ravens conference title game should be a close on. “It will be a better game than people think,” Dungy said.
Dungy weighed in on the Niners-Packers game. He said that it’s hard to stop San Francisco QB Kaepernick if you don’t have time to prepare.
Dungy had interesting comments on why college coaches are saying no to the NFL: “When you’re at these top 10 programs and sit back and think about what you have and look at the places that are coming after you … I think a lot of these college coaches are saying I have to think twice about this before I leave. … The money is really no different.”
Dungy picked Atlanta and New England to go to the Super Bowl.