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How Richardson will 'be smarter' to avoid injury
Mike Florio and Chris Simms discuss why Anthony Richardson doesn't need to change the way he plays, but rather, change the way the plays end to get down before an injury.

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Chris Simms reveals his 2024 Top 40 QB Countdown with the “Ready Rookie” tier, where Atlanta Falcons’ first-round pick Michael Penix Jr. landed at No. 27 on his list.
Chris Simms tells Ahmed Fareed why Tennessee Titans’ inexperienced second-year quarterback Will Levis landed at No. 26 in his 2024 Top 40 QB Countdown, making up part of “Ready Rookie” tier of signal-callers.
Chris Simms tells Ahmed Fareed why “precision passer plus” Bo Nix is part of the “Ready Rookies” tier in his 2024 Top 40 QB Countdown, at No. 29 overall.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed react to the NFC playoff odds for the 2024-25 NFL season, which has the Atlanta Falcons second only to the San Francisco 49ers to make the postseason.

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