YAZOO PODCAST: Mike Herndon discusses Marcus Mariota's timing, Quinton Spain's great start, much more

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- We tend to split writers into mainstream and non-mainstream baskets, but I am not sure that's the best way to break us down, at least when it comes to football writers.

In my eyes, a reporter like me with access and credentials brings a lot, but a fan with a solid football background in 2018 can certainly offer some excellent breakdowns and analysis.PodcastYazooArtSquare

We really supplement each other.  I am a fan of much that I read from places like Music City Miracles (though I object when some write under a pseudonym.) If you're not familiar with Mike Herndon's work, you should be.

We joined me for this week's edition of the podcast.

We discuss Quinton Spain as the Titans' best offensive lineman in Miami, the Derrick Henry-Dion Lewis backfield, less-than-stellar tight-end blocking, the playoff hit rate of 0-2 teams, camera angles, paying it backwards, the potential for Rashaan Evans and Harold Landry to make an impact against Houston, and, of course, Marcus Mariota's timing.

(I previously wrote Kevin Spain. He's an old friend in the business. My apologies.)

Part 1, like podcast versions of my public Periscope and Facebook Lives, will be available through iTunes, here, or directly through the Vokal website, here. Feel free to hook us up with a rating and review on iTunes.

If you're a member of the site, Part 1 and Part 2 are together, and all you have to do is head below the line. 

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