If possible Tony montana voice (if not I would also appreciate a crispy german Sourkraut-voice too) 😉😅Wassup guys, Ive been listening to your Podcast for quite some time now but I think this is the time to give you a big up for this great Show. Its always huge fun, what youve got to say about the lil bitch in the Black-white second-hand jersey. As i dont know many chargers Fans in germany yet (by the way: is there a german chapter of DHBC?) its great to get to know the bolt fam over here.Now after that being said, I would at first like to ask you about your opinion over the current state of the AFC West?As I see it, Kermit still does his thing which has to be respected even though I would wish hom being sacked every time he screams for the 'blue lady'. The lonesome rider is still playing like a piece of horseshit even though they were lucky last weekend to win against a really bad Jax offense.The little facepainted Raiterd (if thats to offensive you can of course use an isult of your choice) seems to be trying to be the first 120 million dollar QB trying to get benched (which would be totally insane).Our loved bolts have their problems on their own but Im totally confident, that they will win against the Falcons and will make it to the playoffs. Also Ive got another question which is important to me, as I dont know, how it is solved in the US.As for JC there was the Information that this could be a career ending injury (which I really hope it is not), I would like to know, what would happen to his contract if he ends up being done with playing football? Will his contract expire or will he still get money from the Spanos Fam for the next 4 years?
In Germany it is like the health care insurance pays for the player as long as necessary but I dont know, how it works in the US! So even though this isnt a shamelessly positive question, I would really appreciate, if you could answer this question for me. And with that being said, I wish all the best to JC so he will be back soon.Fuck the Raiterds and the Donkeys,K Luv u bye, Dominik