Valentine's Day matchmaker with Philip Rivers, Amari Cooper and the 2020 free agent class


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It’s the second full week of February, and for many folks, that means love is in the air — yes, Valentine’s Day.

And in the spirit of happy couples, Liz Loza and Matt Harmon decided to play matchmaker in the latest fantasy football podcast.

But instead of bringing couples to the perfect V-Day restaurant or pairing a significant other with the perfect gift, they’re taking the top soon-to-be free agents and placing them in a new team.

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The first candidate is Philip Rivers, newly “single” after the Chargers and QB said their goodbyes (4:45). There’s Amari Cooper, on the market after being the odd-person-out in a highly publicized sugar-daddy situation (10:25).

Should Melvin Gordon look for love outside of LA? (16:40)

Are Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill meant to be? (24:45)

Where will the second chapters of Jameis Winston — who got LASIK surgery so now everyone will overdraft him in 2020 — and Marcus Mariota take them? (25:40)

Kenyan Drake was broken up with (freed?) by the Miami Dolphins and went on to produce successfully with the Cardinals — so is this pairing the real thing? (44:10)

These are just a few of the names Liz and Matt play cupid with — where do you wish your favorite free agents would land this offseason?

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