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Listen to the Week 10 episode right here, headlined Peter King of Sports Illustrated and NBC's Sunday Night Football.

The chubby little fists will fly this week when hosts Patrick Imig and Kerry J. Byrne tackle the big Andrew Luck vs. Russell Wilson debate with CHFF nemeis Nate Dunvley, AFC South reporter for Bleacher Report and columnist at (You can follow Dunlevy on Twitter @natedunlevy.)

They'll also talk Colts-Patriots, who meet Sunday.

Expect a battle royale, hopefully with cheese.

"Kerry Byrne embodies football itself," said Dunlevy. "He's leathery, bulges in the middle and considers being handled by Tom Brady the pinnacle of existence. I cannot confirm that he has Rodger Goodell's name stamped on his ass, though. Today, he gets punted." 

Our fearless Potentate of Pigskin returned the fire.

“Nate Dunlevy makes Woody Boyd look like the President of the Indiana Mensa Society," said Byrne, who grew breathless by mid-sentence after so much typing. "I’m going to flatten him like the pork tenderloin at Plump’s Last Shot.”

We also talk this week with world-class chef and tailgate aficionado Steve DeFillippo, a Friends of the Facts and owner of Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston and Patriot Place in Foxboro.

DeFillippo is also the New England representative this year at the Taste of the NFL in New Orleans the night before the Super Bowl, while Davio's is one of the sponsors of "A Thanksgiving Tailgate," our holiday special that airs Saturday, Nov. 17 and Thursday, Nov. 22 on New England Cable News. 

CHFF Radio on is hosted each week by Byrne and and Imig.

You can listen live on, download any past episode here on iTunes, or find past episodes anytime under the radio link at

They also tackle the NFL's iciest issues each week, break down the best teams in the NFL and tackle every game with their Stat Attack.

CHFF bon vivant Frankie C., the man who wears Tom Brady pajamas, joins at 5 p.m. with his irreverent take on football and on life.

You can join the action by calling 508-298-0398 or by emailing

Don't forget to catch Fantasy Football Champs on each Tuesday 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Football Nation each Thursday 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., also on Radio.