Chris is finally back recording the show! He breaks down the decisions of Caleb Farley, Rashod Bateman, Rondale Moore, Gregory Rousseau and Micah Parsons to opt out of the 2020 season. He also discusses the impact of the Pac-12's player demands and how the Big Ten followed suit. Plus, catch up on the latest regarding the Power 5 conference schedules for the upcoming season.
It is time to discuss the biggest free agents for each AFC team and how that will impact the 2020 NFL Draft. Will Tom Brady be back in New England? What will Kansas City decide to do with Chris Jones? Can Tennessee keep all the key pieces from its miraculous run to the AFC title game? Has Baltimore decided what it will do with Matt Judon? The answers to all of these questions will fundamentally change the approach for the whole league heading into the draft.
Chris breaks down the key free agents for every NFC team and discusses how these crucial decisions will impact the draft strategy for each franchise. Dallas dominates the NFC East conversation with its trio of high-impact free agents, but New York, Washington and Philadelphia have a couple of notable players no longer under contract (2:32). Pretty much every team other than the Falcons has questions at quarterback in the NFC South. The Saints, Panthers and Buccaneers all could have new starters in 2020 (14:11). Most of the NFC West teams have a few important players that could hit the open market (24:22). Chicago has very few notable free agents, but will likely be aggressive anyway. Green Bay, Minnesota and Detroit have several players they will be focused on bringing back (31:41). Catch up on all the major pending free agents ahead of the scouting combine!
With the Senior Bowl and the Super Bowl in the rearview mirror, it is officially NFL draft season. Catch up on the biggest risers (1:53) and fallers (15:29) from the week in Mobile, including one player who skipped out on the event that really should have attended. Plus, get a preview of what is to come on future episodes.
It's Senior Bowl week! Practice is well underway and there has been loads to talk about in the build up to Saturday's game. Who are the players to watch throughout the week and during the game. I've got a position by position breakdown (12:58). Recapping the best performances of the East-West Shrine Bowl (2:42) as well as Travis Etienne's decision to return to Clemson (1:01).
LSU are the national champs and Joe Burrow looks like the first overall pick, but what other big draft trends emerged from Monday's championship game? Get caught up on the latest player movement and draft decisions. Plus, a quick look ahead at the upcoming East-West Shrine Bowl.
With draft declarations rolling in, breaking down the latest announcements and their effect on the upcoming draft. Plus, a look at the biggest matchups in the College Football Playoff championship game.
I'm back! Lots to catch up, but mostly talking about player declarations, bowl season and NFL coaching changes in this episode. I break Tua Tagovailoa's draft decision and discuss the best performances from the College Football Playoff semifinals.
With a massive upset shaking up the college football landscape and a huge trade shifting the balance of power in the NFL, that makes for lots of NFL Draft news. Receivers continue to dominant this draft class and take over our Studs and Sleepers segment. And of course, find out which games to watch this week and which prospects you should be keeping an eye on.
Back for another week of Studs and Sleepers as well as a new edition of Stock Up/Stock Down. Chris debates Iowa offensive linemen Tristan Wirfs' best fit in the NFL. Plus, check out which prospect matchups to watch this weekend in Week 7 of college football action.
Who is rising up draft boards? Who is really hurting their draft stock? Which games do you need to watch this weekend in college football? I answer all those questions and more on the latest episode of the show, complete as always with Studs and Sleepers, Stock Up/Stock Down and our Best Games of the Week. Check it out now and make sure you share and subscribe!