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Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah


Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah breaks down the latest news and action around the league from a scouts perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.

Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah breaks down the latest news and action around the league from a scouts perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.
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Former NFL scout Daniel Jeremiah breaks down the latest news and action around the league from a scouts perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.




Week 7 Preview, Sully’s Farewell

Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks preview all of the games on the NFL Week 7 schedule (1:33). Then, they pick a winner for the top head-to-head matchups for the latest edition of Bucky’s Battle (18:12). DJ & Bucky give their picks for the biggest college football games of Week 8 (23:14). To wrap the show, the guys give their farewell for producer Sean Sullivan, aka Sully, for his last show at the helms and pick the game between his Volunteers against top ranked Alabama, and give you their...


MNF Recap & Ed Oliver Interview!

A casual 400-yard passing performance from A-Rod on MNF deserves to be broken down! DJ & Bucky examine the Monday night's bout and how Green Bay’s young wide receivers have stepped up (:50). The guys then discuss their ‘3 P’s’ for helping a young QB succeed and evaluate the talent around this year’s rookie quarterbacks (5:30), after, DJ & Buck chat about Nick Bosa’s departure from Ohio State (21:50) & lastly, welcome one of CFB's premiere defensive players Ed Oliver to the show (29:20)!


10 Takeaways from Week 6

Six straight weeks with an overtime game and a SNF thriller, what more can you ask for?! DJ and Bucky share 10 takeaways from the weekend that was, including the Chiefs and Pats SNF epic was a playoff preview (:30), Oakland’s phone lines are open for trades (7:00), no need to BYOS (Bring Your Own Sacks) to the Ravens’ party (16:00), Sam Darnold continues to improve (19:00) and a balanced offense is the key to Pittsburgh’s success (26:50)


Week 6 Preview, ESPN’s Joe Tessitore

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks preview all of the games for Week 6 (1:10). Then, the guys are joined by ESPN’s Joe Tessitore to talk about his experiences as play-by-play voice of Monday Night Football this fall (14:22), the impending MNF showdown between the Rams and Chiefs (21:25), his boxing comparison for Pat Mahomes (25:49), his favorite restaurants across college towns and pro cities (29:42). DJ and Bucky close the show with their Week 7 college football picks, including Georgia-LSU,...


MNF Recap & Interview with Senior Bowl Exec. Director Jim Nagy

Another one! Drew Brees sets yet another NFL record on MNF, and the MTS guys analyze Brees’ game and the future of scouting sub-6 ft. tall quarterbacks after the record-breaker’s performance (:05). The guys then discuss the evolution of offenses with the addition of receiving running backs (4:05) and recap an electric week of CFB, including Texas’ upset over Oklahoma (6:35). DJ and Bucky then welcome the Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy to the show (13:25) to talk when to...


10 Takeaways from Week 5

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks recap the biggest storylines following week 5 of the NFL season. The rookie quarterbacks went undefeated (1:21) while the Vikings (5:47) & Chiefs (23:18) offenses kept it rolling. Make sure to subscribe to the Move the Sticks podcast as we speed through the NFL and college football seasons.


DJ's Top 25 Rookies & Week 5 Preview

Which first-year players are off to a hot start? Daniel Jeremiah reveals which rookies have impressed through four weeks of the season (1:20). DJ and Bucky then preview every week 5 game and turn up the pressure on franchises that desperately need a win this weekend (16:25). As always, the Move the Sticks team caps the Thursday show by picking the biggest week 6 college football games including the Red River Rivalry (40:53).


First-Quarter Awards & Interview with Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow

Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks examine Mahomes’ magical (and ambidextrous) performance in Denver (1:30) and compare Patrick’s season to all-time greats’ best years (4:15). After, DJ and Bucky reveal their First-Quarter awards (6:50) & discuss Earl Thomas’ injury and LeVeon Bell’s Week 7 return (12:25). The MTS guys then dissect a captivating weekend that was in College Football (18:00) & welcome Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow to the show (23:30) to discuss his game-winning catch in the 2017...


10 Takeaways from Week 4

After an exhilarating Week 4 of NFL action, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks share their most prominent takeaways from the weekend, including – Matt Nagy made life really easy for Mitchell Trubisky (1:05), the Bengals are a playoff contender (4:30), cast aside all worries in New England (12:40), the Chargers’ Derwin James is the real deal (18:10) & the Giants are the most disappointing team in the NFL (25:20).


Week 4 Preview, WWE's Jim Ross on Baker Mayfield

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks preview the biggest matchups from the NFL slate this weekend including Jets vs. Jaguars & Ravens vs. Steelers (11:17). They also dive into some of the challenges defensive coordinators face going up against the evolving offenses in the NFL (1:58). DJ & Bucky then welcome back WWE Hall of Fame inductee Jim Ross to reveal what he said to his friend, Baker Mayfield, this past weekend following the rookie's first win (25:33). The guys also pick the top 10 college...


Contender or Pretender?

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks recap the wild Monday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Will the Bucs stick with Fitzmagic (1:44)? The guys then ask which franchise should trade for Le'Veon Bell (12:12) before they debate if your team is a pretender or a contender after three weeks of the season (16:09). DJ and Bucky wrap the show with a week 4 college football recap. Is this the most explosive Alabama offense yet (27:53)?


10 Takeaways from Week 3

After a frenetic, thrilling Week 3 of NFL action, DJ and Bucky announce their biggest takeaways from the weekend, including – the Rams’ offense is dynamite (1:00), Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense are not a one trick pony (3:10), does Tyrod Taylor make sense for the 49ers (8:30), Josh Allen is Cam Newton 2.0 (13:45), AP still has juice (19:00) & finally, the Cards STARTED THE KID (22:10)!


Von Miller interview; Week 3 Preview

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are joined by the premiere pass rusher in the NFL, Von Miller, to chat who he looked up to as a defensive player growing up, Khalil Mack, the new roughing the quarterback rule and much more (28:55). The guys preview the entire NFL slate as well (4:28) before they dive into Bucky's favorite matchups of the weekend (23:06). The guys also pick the biggest games across the college football landscape (38:17).


Time to hit the panic button?

Is your team 0-2 or 1-1? Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks hit the panic button on franchises that already need to look ahead to the 2019 NFL Draft (6:27). DJ and Bucky also recap the Monday Night Football battle between the Chicago Bears and the Seattle Seahawks (1:06). The guys then switch to college football and give their biggest takeaways following the huge week 3 slate (24:18).


10 Takeaways from Week 2

DJ and Bucky reunite after an amazing weekend of football to give their Week 2 takeaways, including – Patrick Mahomes should have had MORE touchdowns versus the Steelers (1:00), Blake Bortles can get the job done (3:20), Sean McVay is way ahead of the league (17:10) and did the Giants make a mistake not drafting a quarterback early (30:30)?


Week 2 Preview; Jordan Palmer Interview

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are joined by Josh Allen & Sam Darnold's QB coach, Jordan Palmer, to preview their games and reveal what his final words of advice will be before they take the field on Sunday (7:19). The guys then pick rookies they will keep an eye on this weekend (25:09) before they go game by game and give you a quick look at each matchup (29:59). As always, the Move the Sticks team wraps this Thursday edition of MTS by picking the big week 3 college football games (54:52).


MNF Recap & Dexter Lawrence Interview

How about that ROOK?! Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks examine Sam Darnold’s and the Jets defense’s performances after Monday night’s win versus Detroit (1:30). After, the guys hone in on the Rams victory at Oakland (6:50), and chat with Jim Nagy Executive Director of the Senior Bowl (11:45) about the Bill Belichick coaching tree (19:00) and standout college quarterbacks (30:45). Lastly, DJ and Buck invite Clemson defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence onto the show (45:30), plus, Bucky did what...


10 Takeaways from Week 1

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks look back at the weekend that was in the NFL and pick ten storylines that stood out from the first week of the regular season. Was Kirk Cousins worth the cash (8:00)? How safe are the Steelers without Le'Veon Bell (11:10)? Do the Bills and Cardinals need to make a change already at QB (18:30)? All that and more in this packed episode of Move the Sticks.


Week 1 Preview; Season Predictions

Football is back! DJ & Bucky scrutinize the Le'Veon Bell drama in Pittsburgh (1:32) before they dive right into the packed week one NFL slate. The guys go game by game and preview what they will be watching on gridiron this weekend (11:15). DJ and Bucky also make their Super Bowl, MVP and rookie of the year predictions (30:16). The MTS team wraps the show by picking the biggest week two college football games (36:06).


Khalil Mack traded; CFB Week 1 Takeaways

Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks debate who won the blockbuster trade that sent Khalil Mack from Oakland to Chicago (1:12). The guys also cover what to expect from Sam Darnold and Nathan Peterman after they were named starting QBs for their respective franchises (12:12). DJ & Bucky then turn up the heat on a few players that must live up to their offseason hype in 2018 (23:10). The guys finish the show by reviewing the weekend that was in college football (34:17).