London Fletcher played 16 seasons as a linebacker in the NFL and is a current analyst for CBS Sports Network.

London joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Rams move to Los Angeles and preview the NFL Divisional Playoff games this weekend.

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Steve asked London about his thoughts on the Rams moving back to Los Angeles. London admitted that the decision to move the team is unfortunate for fans in St. Louis, “I know Stan, he was around often and I got to know him a little bit. In my time there every game was sold out. My best football times in the NFL were those first four years in St. Louis. It’s a sad day for the city of St Louis. I’m definitely sad for the fans and the city.”

Ed asked London about his thoughts on the New England vs Kansas City game. London noted that the Patriots are a tough team to bet against come playoff time, “They are still the Patriots. They are expecting to get some guys back healthy for this game. Its going be a tough task for Kansas City to go into Foxboro. I’m not going to bet against the Patriots.”

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London went on to discuss the issue of concussions in football, predictions for the other divisional round playoff games, and what its like having Steve Smith Sr. as a neighbor.