We are days away from The 2016 NFL Draft and there isn’t a better way to
get you ready for that than doing our 2016 NFL Draft Preview. We do our
own version of a Round 1 Mock Draft and also drop down to see what the
New England Patriots do in the lower part of the second round. We give
out some possibilities of trades and players we are looking at in the
second and third round as well. This will definitely be something you
will want to check out.
That’s not all though, as Tom Brady received
bad news yesterday
morning, as his four game suspension has been reinstated and he may not
be able to win an appeal this time. The Philadelphia Eagles also
received bad news from Sam Bradford that he wants to be traded. We also
give our two cents on the Josh Norman deal and how it affects the
Washington Redskins draft.
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(2:40-33:05) NFL News: Tom Brady Suspended for Deflategate, Sam Bradford wants a trade, Josh Norman signs & More.
(33:05-End) 2016 NFL Draft Preview: Round 1 Mock Draft, New England Patriots picks, best players for Round 2
Another week closer to the NFL Draft and another crazy deal happened as
well. This time for the number two pick in the draft went to another
team. The Eagles and Browns trade now sees the Eagles poised to take one
of the Quarterbacks, while the Browns can stock up on picks. It is even
possible that the Browns trade down again before it is all said and
There’s also the big news of Josh Norman being untendered by the
Carolina Panthers and allowed to become an unrestricted free agent. We
discuss where he could land and if this shakes up the draft at all.
Finally, we end our NFL Off-Season Analysis by looking at the entire NFC
East in one show. Last Word on Sports Writer Quinton Mayo makes his
debut on the podcast talking about the Washington Redskins, Wayne Curtis
joins us to talk Dallas Cowboys, Brandon Biskobing returns to blab
about the New York Giants, and Anthony Rouh makes another appearance to
give his perspective on the big trade and his Philadelphia Eagles.
So, it should be a packed show and we will return on Tuesday morning
with our huge 2016 NFL Draft Preview, which also includes our mock draft
of the first round as well.
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(4:00-36:00) NFL News: Breakdown of Eagles and Browns trade and what it means for the 2016 NFL Draft, Josh Norman loses Franchise Tag, DeMarcus Lawrence possibly to be suspended four games.
(36:00-59:00 Includes Interview) Washington Redskins
(59:00-1:19:00 Includes Interview) Dallas Cowboys
(1:19:00-1:38:00 Includes Interview) New York Giants
(1:38:00-End Includes Interview) Philadelphia Eagles
We continue on the road with our 2016 NFL Off-Season Analysis, as we begin our journey through the AFC South.
James Fonty Foncannon gives us the info on what the Indianapolis Colts
need and Ross Tiemann of the Fantasy Football Loungecast tells us
everything about the Houston Texans as well.
We also discuss DeMarco Murray going to the Tennessee Titans, Byron
Maxwell and Kiko Alonso going to the Miami Dolphins, RG3 released,
Peyton Manning officially retiring and more.
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(3:30-42:00) NFL News: Peyton Manning Retires, DeMarco Murray Traded,
Kiko Alonso & Byron Maxwell to the Dolphins, and a lot more.
(42:00- Includes Interview) Indianapolis Colts
(1:13:20-End Includes Interview) Houston Texans
I want to apologize upfront for the audio issues on this episode. The
studio we use to record our live podcasts updated and apparently created
problems for us that I (Sean) couldn't hear until the final product was
I can't do anything about this popping sound that happens when Randy and
Gary talk, I sound clear the whole show though. This will be fixed for
our next episode on Sunday night though.
If you want to listen to this anyway, the description and timestamps are
We kick things off by discussing some of the NFL news that's been going
around with Johnny Manziel and the situation with his girlfriend, the
Rooney rule instituted for women involving executive positions, DeMarco
Murray being uncomfortable in Philadelphia, and Colin Kapernick wanting
out of San Francisco.
Then we finish things out with the our Super Bowl 50 Preview Part 2.
This is where we discuss the Denver Broncos offense vs. the Carolina
Panthers defense. Can Peyton Manning outdo this Panthers front seven?
Will it be turnover city for the Broncos offense? How many sacks could
the Panthers get on the Broncos QB? We discuss and try to answer all
that the best we can.
(3:25-31:15) NFL News: Johnny Manziel problems, DeMarco Murray
uncomfortable in Philly, Colin Kapernick wants out of San Fran &
(31:15-End) Super Bowl 50 Preview Part 2. Denver Broncos Offense vs. Carolina Panthers Defense and predictions
We kick things off today by doing a NFL Divisional Round Recap of the
four games played over the weekend. We discuss the keys to the win and
the loss, any concerns we have for the four remaining teams, and look
ahead to the Championship Games as well.
We do weave in discussions on the Doug Pederson hire by the Philadelphia
Eagles and the Tennessee Titans retaining Mike Mularkey as well.
We then finish things out by having a discussion about Cam Newton throwing away the 12th man flag, and if
the NFL needs more players like Cam that have fun and celebrate more.
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(3:05-1:08:57) NFL Divisional Round Recap, Doug Pederson & Mike Mularkey, Concerns for remaining teams
(1:08:57-End) Discussion about Cam Newton throwing away the Seahawks
12th Man Flag, and if the NFL needs more players like how Cam Newton is
on and off the field.
We kick things off with a discussion on the move of the Rams back to Los
Angeles and we also talk about all the recent coaching hires that have
occurred since the last time we did a podcast. Can Hue Jackson really
turn the Cleveland Browns around? Will the promotions for the Bucs and
Giants really carry them to the next level? What about Chip Kelly in San
Francisco? Does this mean Collin Kapernick is a Quarterback in the NFL
again? We discuss all of this and more.
Then we finish things
out by doing our NFL
Divisional Round Playoff Preview. We look at each game, what are the
keys for each team, what are some of the big injury concerns? How will
they affect the teams? And of course we make predictions for each game
(2:40-14:10) Discussion about Rams moving back to Los Angeles
(14:10-40:30) Talk about each coaching hire made since 1/11/16 and the news about Chris Mortensen
(40:30-End) NFL Divisional Round Preview discussing each game and making predictions.
Due to the NFL regular season nearly coming to a close and another
holiday happening on Thursday night into Friday, we are basically doing
two podcasts on one night. Don't worry, we will still be doing all the
things we normally do, plus talk about some of the big news of the day
like Chip Kelly fired from his position as Philadelphia Eagles head
coach and more.
We kick things off with a short post-game for the Cincinnati Bengals and Denver Broncos Monday Night Football game. This leads
discussing if the Broncos could go far in the playoffs and how AJ
McCarron's injury will affect the Bengals going forward. Then we end
things here by talking about Peyton Manning and if we believe the HGH
After that, we do a mixture of looking back at NFL Week 16, discussing
the games that mattered, our level of concern for each of the playoff
teams, and we also do a full NFL Week 17 Preview in here as well making
predictions for all of the games and how they affect the playoff
scenarios. We also talk about Chip Kelly Fired as Eagles coach, Gus
Bradley staying as Jacksonville Jaguars coach, and more in there as
Then we finish things out with our Top 5 Power Rankings, our Player of
the Week and the final College Bowl predictions as well (1:47:07-End.)
We kick things off with a short post-game for the Monday Night Football shootout between the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins (6:05-18:45.) Have the Giants finally found their groove? Is the Miami Dolphins defense overrated? And what now for the Dolphins now that they are done in the playoffs race.
Then we get into the main portion of the program with our NFL Week 14 Recap (18:45-2:06:00,) where we discuss what led to the win, what led to the loss for each game, analyze some tough decisions, and answer questions about the teams that matter. Plus another look at the crazy NFL playoff race in both conferences too. (We do have a call-in during the middle of this that calls to talk about his Buffalo Bills from 58:45-1:14:30. So that's why the Recap portion went a little longer than normal.)
Finally, we end things with a preview for the Thursday Night Football game between the Tampa Bay Bucs and the St. Louis Rams (2:06:00-2:12:50.)
Gary has his Fantasy Football Playoff waiver wire pickups and we have our Top 5 Power Rankings and the Player of the Week as well. (2:12:50-End)
We kick things off today with a short post-game on the Thursday Night
Football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions
(2:00-10:05.) Did that hail mary catch save the Packers season? Will
this be a loss that haunts the Lions the rest of the way? We discuss
those things and more.
After that, we get into the main portion of the show with our NFL Week
13 Preview (10:05-1:12:45.) We go game by game asking questions about
each team, playing some games, and also answering some
tough fantasy questions as well, while also making predictions on each game too.
We finish things out by making predictions on the huge College Football
Conference Championship games (1:12:45-End) happening on Saturday as
We kick things off by doing a recap of the three NFL on Thanksgiving Day games (3:55-23:10) that occurred and wonder if anyone left on the Carolina Panthers schedule is going to beat them.
Then we get into the main part of the podcast for our NFL Week 12 Preview where we ask questions about each team, and of course make predictions on each game as well. This went from (23:10-1:28:38, around the 1:13:00 mark we had a listener call-in to the show, which took the segment to the time listed. He talked to us about his Philadelphia Eagles for a bit and we also discussed the Johnny Manziel benching situation there.)
Coming into Week 12, 23 out of 32 teams are either at 500 or below it. Obviously, there are week's left to play in the season, but this can't be what the NFL wants can it? So, we discuss the NFL's parody and if it really is as good as it is perceived to be. (1:28:38-1:35:25)
We finish things out by giving our predictions on the big College Football games that happened on Saturday (1:35:25-End)