Josh, Ray and Pat are here to laugh, cry, praise and hate every move that happened this week in the NFL's free agent period. Kirk Cousins and Alex Smith are set up for success. We are all SO in on Jerick McKinnon. Plus the group introduces you to Ryan Grant and expresses concerns over Sammy Watkins. And much more.
Evan Silva is back and joins Josh Norris to breakdown another five running back prospects. Kerryon Johnson confuses Evan. Nick Chubb is a moving muscle. Evan and Josh are completely split on Rashaad Penny, and Josh mentions two third day backs he loves.
Josh Norris is here to wrap up the 2018 NFL Combine and tell you why it would be wrong for the Giants to select any position at No. 1 or No. 2 other than quarterback. But first, we saw a very athletic defensive back group take the field, including a record breaking time.
What a day. Josh Norris talks through the biggest takeaways from Defensive Line, Linebacker and Edge Rusher groups. Find out why Sam Hubbard, Harold Landry and Kylie Fitts stood out. Josh names his "leap of faith" candidate at defensive tackle. And finally, is Leighton Vander Esch a Tremaine Edmunds consolation prize, or something much more?
After the receivers, quarterbacks and tight ends took the field, Josh Norris is here to help you figure out what matters. Three receivers separated themselves as top athletes, and two force you to look beyond the 40. Plus, is Calvin Ridley's profile concerning? Mike Gesicki is one of the most athletic tight ends we've ever seen. That and Offensive Line projection and Shaquem Griffin's projection.
Josh Norris finally is able to dish on the offensive line and running back workouts. The podcast's Saquon Barkley - David Johnson comparison is on track... but don't overlook Nick Chubb. Two offensive linemen emerged from the pack and both could be replacements for Nate Solder. Plus Lamar Jackson and Josh Rosen thoughts.
Josh Norris dishes on what day two of the 2018 NFL Combine provided us. Bench press..who cares, especially when your breathing exercises don't work. This is a historically tall receiver class. And the Browns citing what happened in 1965 as reason to select a running back early. Nineteen Sixty Five.
13 minutes of (fools) gold. Josh Norris diagnoses the first day of the 2018 NFL Combine. Were the running backs too big? Too small? Or juuuuust right? Why the 40 should not be used as the universal measurement of athleticism. Plus the news and notes from countless head coach and GM press conferences.
Josh Norris is joined by Sigmund Bloom. The duo discuss the potential holes in Saquon Barkley's game, and why identifying them is important. Plus, Courtland Sutton as a possible WR1, what separates James Washington from other receivers and much more.
Acquaintances Josh Norris and Evan Silva dissect the 2018 NFL Draft's top running backs. Is Saquon Barkley a clean prospect, and can he be the next David Johnson? Will Derrius Guice's style shine in the NFL? Who is better, Sony Michel or Ronald Jones? And much more.
Josh Norris is joined by Matt Waldman of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio. Topics include... Is Sam Darnold's awkward footwork a critical flaw? The issues around how Josh Rosen's personality is being presented in the media. Common threads between Baker Mayfield and Deshaun Watson. Is Lamar Jackson a better prospect than Michael Vick? And much more.
The BIG Game is on Sunday. Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat break down every angle of the Patriots vs. Eagles showdown. What do the Eagles need to accomplish in order to win? Are the Patriots too multiple on offense? All of your questions are answered.
Josh Norris and RotoPat outline the Jaguars (potential) path to victory over the Patriots, as well as the Vikings advantages over the Eagles. And we go down the rabbit hole of "What Ifs" regarding Blake Bortles' future with his team.
Josh Norris and Evan Silva try to imagine the potential path to victory for the Titans to upset the Patriots, plus why the Eagles have a very real shot of beating the Falcons. Then RotoPat joins to preview the Jaguars and Steelers and the Vikings and Saints throwdown.
Josh Norris, Evan Silva and RotoPat cover all four of the NFL's opening weeked games. Do the Titans have enough on offense to top the Chiefs? Can the Falcons slow down Jared Goff and Sean McVay? Will Cam Newton carry the Panthers? And finally.... bills/jaguars.