Ciaran Whelan and Eamonn Fitzmaurice join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to look back on the opening round of the Allianz Football League.

Big wins for Donegal, Roscommon, Meath and Clare - but no one is getting carried away in the last week of January.

Still, there was much to like about Donegal's win over All-Ireland, not least the performance of debutant wing-back Caolan McColgan.

Jack O'Connor was angry about a wide that was awarded as a Donegal point, but Eamonn reckons the Kerry manager will have plenty to chew on ahead of the visit of Monaghan next Sunday.

Davy Burke got a morale-boosting win on his competitive bow as Roscommon manager but Rory believes Tyrone have a long-term plan and it's a bit early to worry about the 2021 All-Ireland champions yet.

How teams deal with the condensed season will become more apparent in coming weeks, with Eamonn predicting some may use provincial championship as a time to take foot off the gas, depending on how the league has gone.

Division 2 shaping up to be an absolute bearpit as usual, but Ciaran is struggling to understand why Rory Gallagher felt the need to include two Glen players in his team for the big win over Limerick.

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