Don't bet against Brady and Bill. We've all learned that lesson the hard way and I'm sure many of us as recently as last weekend when the Patriots simply pushed the Chargers around at Foxboro to advance to the eighth straight AFC championship game under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

As the author of Belichick: The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time, ESPN senior writer Ian O'Connor has a unique perspective on what makes the Patriots of the 2000s so good when many people are counting them out. And yet, I can't help but feel like this postseason run for New England will end Sunday in Kansas City.

As someone also very familiar with the Jets franchise, O'Connor shares part of a conversation he had with a high-ranking front office member of an NFL team who gave new head coach Adam Gase high praise.

At the end of the segment, we ask Ian for his thoughts on the offseason ahead for the Giants and his informed opinion might surprise you the same way it did me and Rodger.

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