Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta return to the podcast and talk about ESPN hiring Jeff Triplette to be the rules analyst for Monday Night Football then dig into how much some offseason stories matter including the backfields in New Orleans and Indianapolis, the receiving and tight end depth in Dallas, and what Baltimore plans to do with Lamar Jackson. They finish with a quick look into the meaning and correlations behind some of the NFL's Next Gen Stats.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta banter about the Jimmy Garoppolo contract and the latest coaching hires in the NFL. The main topic focuses on buying and selling the future stock of some key and not so key players from this year's Super Bowl participants, the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta are joined by Andrew Jordan of Inside The Pylon from Mobile, Alabama for Senior Bowl week. They discuss the vibe around Mobile, dive into a long list of individual players and get Andrew's thought on some surprising and disappointing performances from the week of practices.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta preview key factors for the NFL's conference championship games. Then they predict the results of a potentially wild offseason quarterback carousel. They end with a few mailbag questions and the wackiest outro of the podcast to date.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta return to Forward Progress to talk about how the quarterback position has started to evolve in the NFL, discuss the new official head coach hirings, and rank the four remaining coaching openings.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta bestow a kicker with a new nickname, praise the virtues of good songs on NFL broadcasts, then break down the NFL and fantasy impact of the biggest trade deadline deals in recent memory: the Bills acquiring Kelvin Benjamin, Eagles trading for Jay Ajayi, and Jimmy Garoppolo heading to the 49ers.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta discuss the development of Carson Wentz, some preseason and in-season stories they've whiffed on, then get into some of the most disappointing aspects of the 2017 NFL season, including how the Indianapolis Colts have handled Andrew Luck and what the Atlanta Falcons have done on offense.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta check in on players not getting enough appreciation this year for their efforts on the field, as well as bantering about the trials and tribulations of being a modern Giants or Packers fan, PLUS a board bet!
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta discuss the lack of certainty in the NFL through the first four weeks of the season then break down the injury impacts from the past week, including the losses of Dalvin Cook, Chris Carson, Derek Carr, and Marcus Mariota, among others.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta try to decipher the mystery of why quarterbacking in the National Football League has gone straight into the garbage can in 2017, as well as some banter about a horrific new cuisine trend, the BAD Football League's first month, and if Devin Funchess will ever grow hands.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta attempt to help the poor quality of play in the NFL by selecting two teams to contract then holding a dispersal draft of those two rosters across the other teams in the league.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta discuss the initial results from the BAD Football League. Then they talk about players, teams, and stories they're buying or selling from Week 1 including Tarik Cohen, Carson Palmer, the Los Angeles Rams, and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers acquiring Joe Haden and Vance McDonald, then discuss intriguing back of the roster players to keep an eye on for Week 4 of the preseason and beyond
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta discuss the impact of Julian Edelman's injury on the New England Patriots as well as some other preseason happenings. Then they dive into the rebuilding process for the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, and New York Jets.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta banter about last weeks Buffalo Bills trades and what the Jaguars would look like if they threw no passes all year. Then they dig into some prop bets for 2017 and beyond, including how many starts Mike Glennon makes for the Chicago Bears, where Kirk Cousins plays in 2018, and who the most valuable young running back will be in three years.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta talk about how to decipher unofficial depth charts, Twitter video highlights, and coachspeak while trying to figure out what matters during training camp and the preseason.
Joe Redemann and Dan Pizzuta banter about players with the most touches and no touchdowns. Then In the third of a four-part series, they discuss whether the 2016-17 season was a success or failure for teams in the NFC East and NFC North.