Ken & Kevin are back for OHPA 15. That’s not the number they’re concerned about though. They are concerned about 2004 which is when Eli Manning, Phillip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger. Who can forget about the Eli Face making it’s debut at this draft? Who did Kevin hope the Steelers would pick out of this trio? An article on Grantland argues that Rivers is the best despite not having any Super Bowl victories. Why is statistical greatness not considered better than winning a Super Bowl? Many situations in a football don’t concern the quarterback. And how much luck is involved in football? Is it magnified because of how few games they play? Are injuries considered luck of the bad variety? Which coach do Rivers and Roethlisberger have in common? Why do so many of your hosts sports topics revolve around statistics? Another number that interested them this week was $970 million which is what Twitch was purchased for by Amazon. Who knew it was a gaming platform? Would either of your hosts consider themselves gamers? When did they get out of the gaming business? How old is your average gamer now? Who won in Mortal Kombat when they played in State College? Ken & Kevin’s last subject concern some funny numbers brought to you from some Japanese researchers. They claim that people do really look like their dogs because they subconsciously pick dogs that look similar to them. Does Ken look like a Pug? Does Kevin look like a Boxer or hound dog? Find out what they think about all these numbers when you click on the link below!