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February 17, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, DJ gives the average combine numbers of some of the top quarterbacks in the league (3:38). After, the guys preview the quarterbacks that will be at the combine and discuss what they’re looking forward to seeing from them (8:28).
February 12, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a special new episode. To start off, DJ discusses his experience watching Joe Burrow throw in person and the pair continue by talking about Burrow’s skill set (2:02). Then, the guys spend the majority of the podcast answering a bunch of listener questions, which were submitted on Twitter (17:00).
February 10, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys group the top college running back prospects into tiers (4:55). Then, the pair react to the news of the Chargers and QB Philip Rivers parting ways as he's entering free agency, while also giving potential landing spots for him (20:58). After that, the guys give insight into the grading scale they use for evaluating players (30:00). Later, the duo talk about how the importance of having team staff members who have experience in both coaching and scouting (36:02). To wrap up the show, the pair discuss how scouts will navigate failed drug tests if the new CBA becomes more lenient regarding this topic (42:11).
February 6, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Lance Zierlein are back with a new special episode. To start off, the guys react to Lance’s mock draft and break it down (:50). After that, the trio emphasize the importance of marrying free agency with the draft (49:19). To wrap up the show, the guys talk about the importance of setting the draft board before the combine (51:29).
February 4, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys predict potential landing spots for the quarterbacks in the AFC, including some big name players (1:24). Then, the pair pick landing spots for the quarterbacks in the NFC (24:09). To wrap up the show, the duo projects where the top college quarterback prospects could end up (40:06).
February 3, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis recap the Super Bowl LIV game between the Chiefs and 49ers. To start off DJ discusses how QB Patrick Mahomes' mobility was the difference (2:08). Then, Bucky explains how the Chiefs defense and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo made adjustments during the game (9:49). After that, Rhett analyzes why the 49ers will be back from this loss (18:28). To wrap up the show, the guys break down what type of players the league is trending towards (25:03).
January 30, 2020
DJ and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. On this special show, Bucky gives a breakdown of his full first round 2020 NFL Mock Draft. Find out which quarterbacks will go in the first round, which position group is the deepest and if there are any surprise players that will sneak into the first round.
January 28, 2020
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair breakdown the quarterbacks for the Super Bowl teams, while looking at how the Chiefs acquired QB Patrick Mahomes and the guys also focus on 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo (1:59). After, the duo discusses how each team's roster was constructed through the draft, free agency and trades (12:10). Then, the guys look at what path Chiefs GM Brett Veach and 49ers GM John Lynch took to get to their current jobs (22:46). To wrap up, DJ and Bucky compare Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, with a focus on their offenses and coaching style (31:16).
January 27, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back to recap the 2020 Senior Bowl. Before getting into football talk, the pair respond to the tragic accident claiming the lives of Kobe Bryant and eight others (0:15). After their discussion, DJ and Bucky call on a recent interview with Alabama edge rusher Terrell Lewis who discussed the influence Kobe had on his playing career (6:01). Then, the hosts dive back into football and recap the Senior Bowl, pointing to key highlights and takeaways from the game (8:56). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky bring in a group of star defensive players to discuss their respective journeys towards professional football. First they speak with Cal safety Ashtyn Davis (24:58), then Oklahoma defensive tackle Neville Gallimore (32:23), and finally Lenoir-Rhyne safety Kyle Dugger (41:59).
January 23, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks, Rhett Lewis and Lance Zierlein are back with a special episode from the Senior Bowl. To start off, the guys give their takeaways from Wednesday's practice (:39). Then, DJ and Bucky interview Arizona State wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk at the Senior Bowl (5:56). After, the guys talk with another wide receiver prospect in Liberty's Antonio Gandy-Golden (14:50). Then, Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff speaks with Bucky about the franchise (20:26). To wrap up the show, Rhett reacts to the retirement announcement by Giants QB Eli Manning (26:56).
January 22, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis are back with a special episode from the Senior Bowl. To start off, the guys recap the day of practice and talk about a few players they are intrigued by (1:35). Then, DJ and Bucky interview Utah State QB Jordan Love (9:10). After that, DJ talks with Jaguars GM David Caldwell about the franchise (18:01). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky speak with Alabama edge rusher Terrell Lewis (26:31).
January 20, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. The guys give their takeaways from the AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and Titans (:54). After, the duo then give their takeaways for the NFC Championship game between the 49ers and Packers (9:04). Later, the pair take an early look at the Super Bowl matchup with the 49ers and Chiefs (18:19). To wrap up the show, the guys preview the Senior Bowl (23:14).
January 16, 2020
Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis do a special episode from the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl practices. First, the guys react to the news of Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly retiring (2:22) and then, they discuss the Panthers hiring LSU's Passing Game Coordinator and Wide Receivers coach Joe Brady as their new offensive coordinator (5:26). After, the duo preview the AFC and NFC Championship games, while looking at what each remaining team needs to do to win (10:56). Next, the pair look back at the 2016 NFL Draft and talk about their initial thoughts of Titans running back Derrick Henry when he was coming out of college (16:47). To wrap up the show, the guys highlight players you should watch out for from the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (21:05).
January 14, 2020
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off the show, the guys recap the College Football Playoff National Championship game between Clemson and LSU, while giving their evaluations on LSU QB Joe Burrow and more players from the game (1:45). After that, the pair look at the rosters of each of the remaining playoff teams in order to figure out which teams have enough players for a championship foundation (39:56).
January 13, 2020
Rhett Lewis and Bucky Brooks briefly discuss the Browns hiring Kevin Stefanski as head coach (1:10). Then, the guys recap the Divisional Round games from this weekend, including the Chiefs comeback victory over the Texans (3:55), Titans beat up the Ravens with their run game (16:10), and a lookahead to next week’s AFC Championship (25:40). Plus, Rhett & Bucky give their takeaways from the 49ers dominant win over the Vikings (29:05), Aaron Rodgers outdueling Russell Wilson at Lambeau Field (36:05) and lookahead to the NFC Championship (44:15).
January 9, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks discuss the upcoming Divisional Playoff games: Vikings-49ers (2:00), Titans-Ravens (7:55), Texans-Chiefs (16:55), Seahawks-Packers (22:00). Plus, the guys preview Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship between LSU and Clemson (26:40). Then, DJ and Bucky are joined by Brian Stumpf, President of student sports, on the Elite 11 and The Opening high school football circuit (32:10). DJ briefly talks about his top offensive and defensive rookies of 2019 (48:10). To close the show, the guys answer some fan questions from Apple Podcasts (49:50).
January 7, 2020
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off the show, the guys talk about the Browns request to interview Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz for their head coaching vacancy (1:09). After that, DJ and Bucky discuss what the Detroit Lions could do with the third-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft (5:52). Next, the duo reacts to the news of the Panthers hiring Baylor's Matt Rhule to be their head coach (10:51) and the news of the Giants hiring Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach Joe Judge to be their head coach (20:27). To wrap up, the pair evaluate the top three college quarterback prospects in the 2020 class (28:34).
January 6, 2020
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis lead off the show discussing the news of Mike McCarthy being hired as the Cowboys head coach (1:35) and Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa declaring for the 2020 NFL Draft (11:18). Then, the guys recap the Wild Card Round games, including the Texans win over the Bills (21:12), the Titans dominating rush game beating the Patriots (30:40), Vikings OT thriller over the Saints in the Superdome (35:56) and the Seahawks win over the Eagles (46:04).
January 2, 2020
Bucky Brooks is joined by a few guests on this new episode. First, he talks with NFL Media's Charley Casserly about what to look for when hiring a head coach and general manager (1:19). Next, analyst Charles Davis joins the show, as he previews Wild Card Weekend by diving specifically into the NFC matchups on Sunday (29:37). To wrap up the show, Bucky evaluates the top prospects within the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl (48:17).
December 31, 2019
Bucky Brooks is joined by NFL Media's Lance Zierlein on this new episode. First, the guys talk about the recent firings of NFL coaches and name potential replacements (1:06). Then the pair, preview the Wild Card Weekend by diving specifically into the AFC matchups on Saturday (32:22). To wrap up the show, Lance and Bucky preview the College Football Playoff National Championship Game and evaluate the players within it, including LSU QB Joe Burrow (44:42).
December 30, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back on this special episode filled with coaches interviews on building a championship culture. The guys talk with Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney (2:57), former Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer (7:41), Penn State head football coach James Franklin (11:23), Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly (15:17), Louisville head football coach Scott Satterfield (18:46), Baylor head football coach Matt Rhule (21:16), North Carolina head football coach Mack Brown (25:19), and college football coaching legend Lou Holtz (28:39).
December 26, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys preview the College Football Playoff games and start by focusing on the Oklahoma vs. LSU matchup in the Peach Bowl, while also highlighting the top players to watch for on each team (1:27). Next, the duo discusses what they're looking forward to and players within the Clemson vs. Ohio State matchup in the Fiesta Bowl (18:41). Then, the pair analyzes who has the edge in the San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks big game in Week 17 (29:28). After that, DJ recalls his conversation with NFL and MLB Network's Chris Rose from the MLB Winter Meetings, as Rose talks about the Browns' season and baseball (32:05).
December 24, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys react to the news of the Seahawks signing running back Marshawn Lynch (1:40). Then, they recap the Packers' Monday Night Football win against the Vikings (9:38). Next, the pair share what they thought about Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and Vikings QB Kirk Cousins when the quarterbacks came out of college, while reading their initial scouting reports on them (12:55). After, the duo discusses how each team's roster was constructed through the draft, free agency and trades (22:45). Then, the guys look at what path Packers GM Brian Gutekunst and Vikings GM Rick Spielman took to get to their current jobs (27:09). To wrap up, DJ and Bucky compare Packers head coach Matt LaFleur and Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer, with a focus on their coaching styles (29:49).
December 23, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Rhett Lewis and Bucky Brooks are back to give their Week 16 takeaways, including the Raiders staying alive in the playoff hunt (1:31), the Patriots revealing their playoff identity (6:00), how Giants QB Daniel Jones and Redskins QB Dwayne Haskins will make the next decade of the NFC East exciting (9:37), why Eagles QB Carson Wentz is a magician (13:27), what the Bengals could potentially do with the first pick in the 2020 NFL Draft (20:51), the Ravens taking care of business (23:28), how the Saints can cause trouble for other NFC contenders (26:45), a look at Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes' big game against the Bears (29:40), how the Seahawks are heading in the wrong direction (33:31), and why the 49ers offense keeps rolling (37:26). To wrap up the show, the guys preview next week's show, which will include moments from interviews with some of the best college football coaches in the country (39:45).
December 19, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks discuss the Jaguars firing Tom Coughlin as Executive VP of Football Operations (0:46). The guys preview the three Saturday games on the Week 16 slate, including Texans-Buccaneers, Bills-Patriots, Rams-49ers, while specifically concentrating mainly on the Bills-Patriots (9:40). Plus, DJ and Bucky highlight the record-tying 12 Baltimore Ravens named to the Pro Bowl (17:19). Former Pro Bowl QB Mark Brunell joins the show to talk about his playing days and the quarterback position (27:27). To close the show, the guys answer fan questions (43:21).
December 17, 2019
DJ, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis are joined by Reese's Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy on this special episode, as the Senior Bowl rosters are revealed. The guys dive into the acceptances and players for each position group throughout the show. First, they talk with LSU cornerback Kristian Fulton, as he talks about what it means to participate in the Senior Bowl (9:43). Next, the guys speak to Auburn defensive end Marlon Davidson as he talks about his game and the talent at Auburn (31:12). Then, they talk with Utah head football coach Kyle Whittingham, as six players from Utah were invited to the Senior Bowl (39:43).
December 16, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Rhett Lewis and Bucky Brooks are back to give their Week 15 takeaways, including the 49ers heartbreaking loss to the Falcons (1:00), the Cowboys beatdown of the Rams (4:50), Carson Wentz and Eagles win in the end (8:40), the Vikings defense dominating the Chargers (11:40), Jameis Winston roller coaster ride continues for Bucs (15:40), Texans one step closer to AFC South crown (21:10), the Bills clinching a playoff spot with win over Steelers (25:20), the Patriots turned it on in Cincinnati (29:10), Kyler Murray’s win over college teammate Baker Mayfield (32:50), Eli Manning goes out in New York as a winner (35:55).
December 12, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back to discuss a number of topics including what DJ learned at the Major League Baseball winter meetings this week and his interviews with former Rockies General Manager Dan O’Dowd (5:10) and current Cubs Executive Vice President/General Manager Jed Hoyer (9:30). The guys discuss the traits that translate from scouting across all sports and what is needed to build a winning culture (12:30). Then, DJ goes back in the ‘time machine’ to evaluate what would have happened if the Patriots traded Tom Brady instead of Jimmy Garoppolo in 2017(18:25)? DJ and Bucky also cover comments Troy Aikman made recently about being interested in a GM role down the line (26:10). The Senior Bowl roster will be revealed next week, and the guys revisit a conversation they had with QB Drew Lock from Mobile (32:00) and talk about the importance of the playing in the Senior Bowl. To close the show, DJ & Bucky answer a fan question from Apple Podcasts comments (36:10).
December 10, 2019
Rhett Lewis fills in for DJ and Bucky joins from London for a new episode. First, the guys recap the Eagles win over Eli Manning and the Giants on Monday night (3:45). Next, the duo looks back at conference championship weekend and gives their three biggest takeaways from it (10:25). After, the pair does an early preview of the Peach and Fiesta Bowl (33:15).
December 9, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Rhett Lewis & Bucky Brooks recap Week 14 of the NFL season, including the Rams big win over the Seahawks (:54), Drew Lock's impressive performance (3:24), how the Browns lost even though they won against the Bengals (6:17), evaluating the Patriots' poor offense in Week 14 (10:35), a look at how Titans' QB Ryan Tannehill is on fire (14:03), why the Ravens' defense is dangerous (18:24), a discussion on the Colts flopping against the Buccaneers (23:19), analyzing how the Packers are best when RB Aaron Jones is the focal point (27:10), a deep dive into Chargers' RB Austin Ekeler's huge day (30:15) and to wrap up the show, explaining why 49ers' QB Jimmy Garoppolo is a winner (34:10).
December 5, 2019
Rhett Lewis and Bucky Brooks talk about the latest news and notes in the NFL, including Ron Rivera being fired from the Panthers (1:50) and look-ahead to the top Week 14 games (12:10). Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky are joined by NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger (21:00) to discuss why the Ravens offense is tough to stop & what makes Derrick Henry special. Rhett & Bucky preview the top prospects in Championship Week for college football (43:30) and finish with a few fan questions (1:02:55).
December 3, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the Seahawks' Monday Night Football win against the Vikings, as they give their takeaways from that game (3:00). Next, the duo look at if the Bengals should go quarterback or pass rusher in the 2020 NFL Draft, if the team gets the top pick (14:16). After, the pair talk with college football reporter and writer Bruce Feldman, as he discusses the latest news on college football coaches and talks about a few of the top college quarterbacks in the country (22:20).
December 2, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah & Rhett Lewis recap Week 13 of the NFL season, including the Texans big win over the Patriots (1:50), Ryan Tannehill’s Titans resurgence (5:30), the Bengals getting their first win (10:50), Bucs defeating the Jaguars (14:30), the Eagles struggle again (19:30), Steelers defense keeping them in playoff race (22:45), Drew Lock’s debut win (26:45), Rams offense shows life (30:30). Bucky Brooks joins the show, from London, to give his takes on the Ravens looking like a Super Bowl team (33:10) and the Chiefs offense resembling the Houston Rockets (37:40).
November 28, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a special new episode. The guys talk with college football coaching legend Lou Holtz on this podcast (1:47). Holtz talks about how to build a championship culture, lists coaches who have coached under him, tells multiple stories from his coaching days that you won’t want to miss and explains why wide receiver Randy Moss was the best high school player he's ever seen.
November 26, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the Ravens' Monday Night Football win against the Rams, as they start off by analyzing how Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson keeps getting better (2:08). Next, the duo look at what's going on with the Rams and explain why the team hasn't been playing as well as last season (15:45). After, the pair discuss which college coaches could potentially make a jump to the NFL (26:48). To wrap up, DJ and Bucky talk about college players they are studying and also give an evaluation of a few guys (37:21).
November 25, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 12 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys discuss how Jets' QB Sam Darnold is dangerous when he's protected as he had an impressive performance against the Raiders (:29). Next, the trio look how the Patriots keep winning ugly and they dive into their Week 12 matchup vs. the Cowboys (5:14). Then, the guys analyze how Buccaneers' QB Jameis Winston has the best short-term memory in the league (11:11). Later, they talk about why the Saints will win the division, but not necessarily the NFC (22:39). After, the trio look at how the Browns are surging as the team had a dominant offensive performance in Week 12 (29:46). Towards the end of the episode, the guys go into detail on how good 49ers' tight end George Kittle is after he went off against the Packers (33:55). All that and more in this packed episode.
November 21, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks break down the decision to draft a Quarterback to replace an aging veteran at the position (2:30). Former MVP & Pro Bowl QB, Boomer Esiason, joins the show to talk about QBs and how to succeed as a signal caller in the NFL (8:05). Plus, DJ & Bucky talk the importance of drafting in the second round and why it’s wise to load up on Day 2 picks in the draft (30:40). To end the show, the guys answer fan questions (38:55).
November 19, 2019
Rhett Lewis and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys talk about the Chiefs' Monday Night Football win against the Chargers and specifically discuss when the Chargers should look for their next QB, while giving a few names of college quarterbacks who could fit on the team from this upcoming draft class (:31). Next, the pair react to Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa's injury and analyze if he should stay in college for another season or enter the draft, as the injury could hurt his draft stock (11:05). Then, the duo talk about a player who also had a bad injury and was projected to be a very high pick (21:49). After, Rhett and Bucky look at which college quarterbacks will rise in the draft if Tua potentially slides (24:37). The guys also highlight Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts' impressive comeback win over Baylor and project how high he could be drafted (28:43). To wrap up the episode, Seattle Seahawks' offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer joins the podcast to discuss what makes Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson special and his philosophy on offense (32:40).
November 18, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 11 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys discuss how the Ravens' pass rush showed up against the Texans (2:54). Next, the trio look at the Vikings' comeback win over the Broncos and their impressive second half performance (8:24). Then, the guys analyze how Cowboys' QB Dak Prescott is proving his worth after his dominant game vs. the Lions (11:31). Later, they go into detail on Raiders' head coach Jon Gruden's positive impact on QB Derek Carr, as Carr is playing great football this season (23:18). Bucky also points out Jimmy Garoppolo's clutch moment from Week 11, but goes on to discuss why he's still the weakest link on the 49ers (35:56). To wrap up the episode, the trio talk about the Rams making running back Todd Gurley the focal point of their offense once again (46:10). All that and more in this packed episode.
November 15, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair take a look back at their initial thoughts of quarterbacks Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson after the two QBs faced off in 2016 during college and the guys discuss why each QB is special (1:57). Next, DJ and Bucky react to LSU QB Joe Burrow and Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa's matchup from this past weekend, while giving their analysis on the skillset of each player (14:20). After, the duo talk about some of the top wide receivers in college football and explain why this upcoming wide receiver draft class is one of the deepest in history (29:47). Then, the guys compare the top first-round and second-round wide receivers in the last four drafts and see which group is performing better in the NFL (36:30). Later, DJ breaks out another edition of "hits & misses" as he looks back at two players he missed on from the 2016 NFL Draft (48:16). To wrap up the show, the pair answer fan questions, which were left in the reviews (54:22).
November 14, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a special new episode. The guys talk with Penn State head football coach James Franklin on this podcast (2:07). They discuss a variety of topics with James Franklin including toughness, the importance of relationships, the best high school player he's ever seen, and how to build and maintain a culture.
November 13, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the Seahawks' Monday Night Football win against the 49ers and give their takeaways from the game (2:54). Next, the pair share what they thought about Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson (21:15) and 49ers' QB Jimmy Garoppolo (31:35) when the quarterbacks came out of college, while discussing how the players developed in the league. After, the duo discusses how each team's roster was constructed through the draft, free agency and trades (37:55). Then, the guys look at what path 49ers' GM John Lynch and Seahawks' GM John Schneider took to get to their current jobs (53:25). To wrap up, DJ and Bucky compare Seahawks' head coach Pete Carroll and 49ers' head coach Kyle Shanahan, with a focus on their offenses and coaching style (1:03:29).
November 11, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 10 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys discuss how the Saints didn't play well against the Falcons (1:27). Next, the trio analyze how Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson has entered the MVP race after his dominant performance against the Bengals (5:49). After that, the guys rave about the Steelers' defense and specifically how their pressure helped them beat the Rams (10:36). Later, they look at how Titans' QB Ryan Tannehill led the team to a victory over the Chiefs (21:42). The guys also react to the Browns getting back on track after their win over the Bills (33:43). To wrap up the episode, they talk about how Cardinals' QB Kyler Murray is the future of the team (44:42). All that and more in this packed episode.
November 6, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair talk to Urban Meyer, as he discusses how to build a winning culture and shares stories from his coaching days (1:24). Then, the guys react to Meyer's interview and give their takeaways from it (30:09). After that, DJ gives his updated rankings for the top college QB prospects, which he ranked before the college football season initially (37:54). Next, the duo briefly talk about a few big college matchups during this upcoming weekend (50:58). To wrap up the show, the pair answer fan questions, which were left in the reviews (52:03).
November 5, 2019
Jane Slater joins Daniel Jeremiah in this episode of the Move The Sticks podcast to recap the Cowboys win over the Giants on Monday Night Football (5:25), give the latest on Dak Prescott's contract situation (9:24) and to chat about her favorite Texas Longhorns (16:02)!
November 4, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis recap Week 9 with their latest takeaways, including: The Chargers found a run game (2:28), don’t count the Steelers out (5:47), Eagles running game is crucial (9:33), Dolphins win the battle…but did they lose the war? (15:12), the Chiefs are more than Mahomes (20:23), Deshaun Watson could be the MVP (23:50), Russell Wilson is clutch (28:29), Raiders have a winning formula with Josh Jacobs (33:50), McCaffrey has all the tools (36:43), and the Ravens dominant win over the Patriots (39:36).
October 31, 2019
DJ & Bucky begin the show discussing the Nationals’ world series win over the Astros and what you can learn from the Nats losing Bryce Harper in the offseason and winning it all (0:20). Then, the guys discuss the most impressive, disappointing & rising position units in the NFL: Wide Receivers (6:00), Running Back (13:30), Pass Rushers (20:40), Secondary (27:50). Jake Heaps, Director of Operations & Head QB coach of the Russell Wilson QB Academy, joins DJ & Bucky to discuss working with the Pro Bowl QB and what it takes to develop a Quarterback (33:50). To close the show, the guys answer fan questions (1:00:30). To find the video of the Russell Wilson tape breakdown from the Jake Heaps interview, visit NFL.com/MTSVideo
October 29, 2019
DJ is joined by NFL Media's Lance Zierlein on this new episode. First, the guys talk about trade rumors surrounding the Jets and look ahead to how the Jets can help QB Sam Darnold in the future (1:14). Then, the pair recap the Steelers' Monday Night Football win against the Dolphins and concentrate on Steelers' safety Minkah Fitzpatrick's big game (9:16). After, the duo discuss how the Houston Astros built their team and talk about the impact of veteran players being invested in younger players (10:35). Next, DJ and Lance look at the progress of quarterbacks from the 2017 and 2018 NFL Drafts (14:29). Then, Lance gives his takeaways from the current rookie QB class (23:03). Next, the pair talk about college players to watch out for (27:46). To wrap up, DJ reacts to the Bengals naming QB Ryan Finley their starter, while benching QB Andy Dalton (36:29).
October 28, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis are back to discuss the latest news after Week 8, including Leonard Williams getting traded to the Giants (0:30) & J.J. Watt out for the season (3:40). Then, the guys recap the biggest takeaways of Week 8: Drew Brees returning from his injury (5:25), Deshaun Watson is playing like an MVP (8:20), Cooper Kupp makes history in London (10:30), Chargers’ 1-point win over the Bears (14:10), 49ers are contenders (18:05), Minshew continues to make plays (21:45), Patriots take care of the Browns (24:25), Eagles run through the Bills (30:20), Colts continue to win (32:35), Aaron Jones was a star on Sunday Night (34:50).
October 24, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair discuss Emmanuel Sanders' trade to the 49ers and how he fits with the team (:50). Next, DJ and Bucky give names of some of the best short players they've ever scouted (2:44). Then, the guys compare two tight ends in the league for National Tight Ends Day on Sunday (9:08). After that, DJ and Bucky talk to Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly about the culture of the team and he tells stories about the players he's coached (13:27). Next, the duo react to Urban Meyer expressing interest in becoming the Cowboys' head coach (34:34). Later, the pair focus on college players you should watch out for and specifically, discuss players from Wisconsin and Ohio State ahead of their matchup this weekend (37:55). To wrap up the show, the pair answer fan questions, which were left in the reviews (42:51).
October 22, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a special episode, which focuses on multi-sport athletes and specifically, the guys look at the crossover between football and basketball. To start, the pair talk to University of Georgia's head basketball coach Tom Crean about what he saw from Dwyane Wade when he coached him at Marquette and also about the similarities between basketball and football players (2:38). Next, the duo speak with Tony Romo's high school basketball coach Steven Berezowitz, as he discusses how talented Romo was as a basketball player (19:28). Then, Colorado's head football coach Mel Tucker tells the guys about the best high school football player he's ever seen (33:09). After, DJ and Bucky interview LeBron James' high school football coach Jim Meyer from St. Vincent-St. Mary high school about James' NFL comparison and if James could have played in the NFL (35:11). Later, the guys look back at a conversation they had with Baylor's head football coach Matt Rhule about why he likes multi-sport athletes (47:06). To wrap up, DJ and Bucky each give names of some of the best multi-sport athletes they've ever seen (50:45).
October 22, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the Patriots' Monday Night Football win against the Jets and look at how dominant the Patriots' defense has been, while also focusing on Jets' QB Sam Darnold's play (1:11). Next, the pair react to the Patriots' trade for wide receiver Mohamed Sanu and look at how he fits on the team (17:40).
October 21, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah and Rhett Lewis open the show to discuss their top takeaways from Week 7, including Aaron Rodgers’ dominant performance against the Raiders (1:05), the Vikings potentially being the most complete team in the league (6:40), the Bills’ formula for their success (9:55), why Sean Payton deserves to be Coach of the Year (21:12), 49ers defense continues to flex (29:15) & the Colts are now the team to beat in the AFC South (33:30).
October 17, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair react to the Rams' trade for cornerback Jalen Ramsey (2:13) and the Ravens' trade for Marcus Peters (17:52). Next, DJ and Bucky discuss if this is the final season for Marcus Mariota in Tennessee and the final year for Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay (24:16). After that, the guys talk to Baylor head coach Matt Rhule about the culture of the team and how he's leading the team to an undefeated season so far (33:27). Then, the duo compare two of the top college wide receivers in the nation (53:31). Later, DJ breaks out another edition of "hits & misses" as he looks back at a player he hit on and a player he missed on from the 2015 NFL Draft (1:05:50). To wrap up the show, the pair answer fan questions, which were left in the reviews (1:12:06).
October 15, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the Packers' Monday Night Football win against the Lions and look at how the Packers built a balanced team (3:45). Next, the pair analyze the difference between scrambling and designed quarterback runs, while focusing on Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson (12:21). After, the duo discusses if Panthers' QB Cam Newton will have to adjust the way he plays when he returns to how the Panthers are currently running their offense (18:45). Then, DJ and Bucky each give their off-the-radar NFL head coaching candidates (28:32). To wrap up, the guys each pick which team will be next year's San Francisco 49ers (38:38).
October 14, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 6 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys discuss why Texans' QB Deshaun Watson is a MVP candidate after he beat the Chiefs (:51). Then, the trio explain how big of an impact Jets' QB Sam Darnold has on the team (13:37). After, the crew analyze why Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson is the complete package (16:56). Later in the episode, they look at how the 49ers' defense was so dominant against the Rams (25:12). To wrap up, the guys talk about the Chargers and the team's bad tackling against the Steelers (37:13). All that and more in this packed episode.
October 10, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start, the guys look at if success is measured based on regular season wins or World Series titles, while focusing on the Los Angeles Dodgers (:38). Then, DJ and Bucky pick who they think are the top three innovators in football right now (8:06). After that, Devlin Hodges and Gardner Minshew's QB trainer David Morris joins the podcast, as he tells us more about the two quarterbacks (16:05). Next, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney talks to the guys about Clemson's special culture and he also praises his former QB Deshaun Watson (31:54). After that, DJ breaks out another edition of "hits & misses" as he looks back at a player he hit on and a player he missed on from the 2017 NFL Draft (1:01:31). To wrap up the show, the pair answer fan questions, which were left in the reviews (1:09:54).
October 8, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the guys recap the 49ers' Monday Night Football win against the Browns and look at why the 49ers are doing so well (2:40). Next, the pair analyze Chiefs head coach Andy Reid's offensive scheme compared to 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan's offensive scheme (13:07). After, the duo discusses if family athletic history impacts athletes and if it leads to success or not, while focusing on the Bosa family (16:47). Later in the episode, the guys go into detail about how current division leaders invested in their offensive line and emphasize how important a good offensive line is in the team-building process (22:24). Next, DJ and Bucky talk about a few college players they like (28:27). To wrap up, the pair discuss what college coaches could make a move to the NFL after the firing of head coach Jay Gruden by the Redskins (33:04).
October 7, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 5 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys react to the Redskins firing of head coach Jay Gruden (:19). Then, the trio discusses how the Broncos dominated on defense to beat the Chargers (8:06). Later in the episode, they analyze Texans' QB Deshaun Watson and WR Will Fuller's impressive performances against the Falcons (14:29). After, the crew talks about how good of a job Raiders' head coach Jon Gruden is doing in Oakland (22:52). The guys also give credit to the Colts after their upset win over the Chiefs (35:29). To wrap up, the crew looks at if Panthers' RB Christian McCaffrey is the best back in the NFL (40:45). All that and more in this packed episode.
October 3, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back, the guys discuss DJ’s latest Top 25 rookies list (2:00), the differences between athletic Centers vs. power centers (10:20). Then, Notre Dame football Director of Player Personnel Dave Peloquin joins the show to talk about building the Irish into a national power (22:20). Plus, DJ breaks out another edition of “hits & misses” as he looks back at some of his former draft evaluations (39:28). To close the show, the guys look ahead at the biggest Week 6 college games (48:05) & answer a few fan questions (50:20).
October 1, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. Early in the episode, the pair react to the MNF game between the Bengals and Steelers and look at Steelers' QB Mason Rudolph’s performance (8:59). Next, the guys evaluate the skill of players vs. how much the scheme they play in matters and specifically focus on Jaguars' QB Gardner Minshew (11:59). After, the duo are joined by Detroit Lions' team historian Bill Keenist, as he recalls stories and memories of former Lions' RB Barry Sanders and WR Calvin Johnson (18:02). Then, DJ and Bucky each give their current NFL comparisons for Sanders (45:50) and Johnson (49:51). To wrap up, the pair discuss some of the top college players in the country and also give names of the top offensive tackles in college football (52:51).
September 30, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 4 of the NFL season. To start off, the guys discuss how the Patriots were able to survive against the Bills with their defense (2:56). Later in the episode, they analyze Browns' QB Baker Mayfield's bounce-back performance against the Ravens (13:07). After, the crew talks about how the Lions are a sneaky good team and give them some credit (21:52). To wrap up, the guys look at how the Saints showed off their grit vs. the Cowboys (40:24). All that and more in this packed episode.
September 26, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off, the pair react to the news of Chargers' RB Melvin Gordon ending his contract holdout (1:41). Next, the guys preview the Giants and Redskins Week 4 game and discuss what they expect from Giants' QB Daniel Jones in his second start (8:07). DJ and Bucky also talk about their early college evaluations on Browns' QB Baker Mayfield, from when he was still at Oklahoma (13:22). After that, the guys talk to Utah State's head coach Gary Andersen about the culture at Utah State and his thoughts on his QB Jordan Love (23:19). The pair then give their own evaluations on Love and analyze which of his traits are similar to Patrick Mahomes (37:12). Next, DJ and Bucky talk about the top college football quarterbacks and which NFL teams could look at one in next year's draft (40:38). To wrap up the episode, DJ surprises Bucky with a gift from App State's head coach Eliah Drinkwitz (49:02).
September 24, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off, the pair react to the MNF game between the Bears and Redskins and look at the talent on each team’s roster (1:45). Next, the guys are joined by FOX College Football lead analyst Joel Klatt, as he talks about standout players and teams in college football (10:59). After that, DJ and Bucky discuss all that goes into writing a scouting report on a player (38:08). To wrap up the episode, the pair talk about some college players that have caught their eyes (55:12).
September 23, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 3 of the NFL season. To start off, DJ enjoys App State's victory over UNC this past weekend (:15). Next, the guys look at how the Texans' offensive line improved in Week 3 against the Chargers (4:06). Later in the episode, the crew talk about how Giants' QB Daniel Jones delivered for the team in his first start (13:35). After that, the guys discuss the Chiefs' success in the second quarter of the last two games (26:42) and finish off by analyzing how the Browns' roster is flawed (38:42). All that and more in this packed episode.
September 19, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys touch on the Browns' schedule and their Week 3 game against the Rams (5:17). Next, the pair preview the Week 3 matchup of Ravens' QB Lamar Jackson and Chiefs' QB Patrick Mahomes (10:16). Then, DJ and Bucky talk about the big college game between Notre Dame and Georgia, while they evaluate the quarterbacks for each team (19:03). Then, North Carolina head coach Mack Brown joins the podcast and discusses how he builds a championship program (22:52). After that, Appalachian State head coach Eliah Drinkwitz comes on to talk about the culture of the school (48:35). To wrap up the episode, DJ and Bucky answer your questions that you left in the reviews (1:13:35).
September 17, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys react to the news of Giants' QB Daniel Jones being named the starter (1:31). Next, the pair discuss cornerback Jalen Ramsey requesting a trade from the Jaguars (8:24), safety Minkah Fitzpatrick's trade to the Steelers (12:22), and QB Cam Newton's injury news (20:23). After, the duo give an analysis of the Monday Night Football game between the Browns and the Jets (31:32). Then, the guys talk to former Oklahoma head coach and current head coach and GM of the XFL's Dallas Renegades Bob Stoops about his new job opportunity and his philosophy on building a team (37:18). To wrap up the episode, DJ and Bucky give their expectations and initial scouting reports on new QB starters Mason Rudolph and Teddy Bridgewater (48:17).
September 16, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 2 of the NFL season. DJ and Rhett discuss Drew Brees' injury from his Week 2 matchup against the Rams (1:20). Next, the guys discuss why Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore will be a head coach in 2020 (7:45), then they explain how Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is emerging as an elite tight end (18:21), the guys also react to the injury news of Ben Roethlisberger (31:24), and lastly, Bucky talks about how the Falcons' wide receivers helped carry the load in Week 2 (37:20). All that and more in this packed episode.
September 12, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back before Week 2 of the NFL regular season. First, the pair preview the Saints vs. Rams rematch this week (8:37) and look at the Vikings' offense vs. the Packers' defense in their upcoming matchup (12:37). Next, the guys compare Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray as they get set to play in Week 2 (15:12). Then, DJ and Bucky talk to Ohio State's assistant athletic director for player personnel Mark Pantoni about him scouting and recruiting former and current Ohio State players such as Ezekiel Elliott, Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa, Joe Burrow and Chase Young (20:22). After, the guys give advice to people who want to break into the scouting industry (35:44). To wrap up the episode, the pair evaluate three college players you should watch out for in Week 3 (40:07).
September 10, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. To start off, Bucky talks about his interaction with former NFL QB Michael Vick about young athletic quarterbacks such as Lamar Jackson (1:30). Then, the pair react to the two Monday Night Football games from Week 1 and discuss the standout players from each game (13:09). Next, DJ talks with Louisville head coach Scott Satterfield about building the football program (28:14). After, DJ and Bucky recall an interview they had with USC offensive coordinator Graham Harrell and dive into what makes his offensive scheme so successful (40:44). To wrap up the episode, the guys evaluate LSU QB Joe Burrow and Ohio State defensive end Chase Young (44:14).
September 9, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah, Bucky Brooks and Rhett Lewis look back at the weekend and pick ten storylines that stood out from Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season. The guys discuss how Antonio Brown fits with the Patriots (1:30), rave about Lamar Jackson's dominant performance (4:52), explain why the Chargers are fine without Melvin Gordon (11:04), evaluate the hype of the Browns (19:05), and give a bonus takeaway on the Patriots' defense (34:04). All that and more in this packed episode.
September 4, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back before Week 1 of the NFL regular season. First, the pair gives their thoughts on the recent contract extensions of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott and Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff (1:34). Next, they preview the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears NFL opener and each pick who they think will win the game (15:56). After that, former NFL QB and current QB trainer Jordan Palmer joins the podcast to discuss some of the young quarterbacks he’s trained that are in the NFL and he talks about a few of the top college quarterbacks (18:36). To wrap up the episode, the guys dive into storylines from the NFC and AFC West divisions and pick division winners (37:40).
September 2, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back following Week 1 of the college football season. First, the pair react to the Seahawks' trade for defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (2:25) and the Texans' trade for offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil (10:52). Next, Bruce Feldman joins the show to talk college football and specifically, about the success of Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley (27:00). To wrap up the episode, the guys look at the performances of some of the top college quarterbacks from Week 1 and discuss which players stood out (44:50).
August 28, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back before Week 1 of the college football season. First, the pair preview the big Week 1 games and talk about which college players you should look out for (1:43). Next, the guys give the position groups they’re most fired up about for this season (18:32). After, DJ and Bucky pick the winners of every college football Power 5 conference (29:35). To wrap up the episode, the guys each predict the four teams that will reach the College Football Playoff (37:15).
August 27, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a new episode. First, the pair react to Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck's retirement announcement (:57). Next, the guys discuss the Washington Redskins naming quarterback Case Keenum their Week 1 starter. After, DJ and Bucky preview the NFC and AFC South, while they each pick who wins the divisions (19:38). To wrap up the episode, the guys answer 32 burning questions and focus on 1 per team heading into the 2019 season (30:30).
August 21, 2019
DJ and Rhett Lewis are back before the college football season gets underway. First, DJ discusses his rankings for the top college QB prospects for 2019 and Rhett gives his QB takeaways from his visit to the Manning Passing Academy (2:33). Next, the guys preview Week 0 of the college football season and talk about players to watch during it (21:12). To wrap up the episode, DJ and Rhett predict the outcome of games from the college football schedules of Indiana University, Appalachian State University and the University of North Carolina (25:52).
August 19, 2019
DJ, Bucky and Rhett Lewis are back following the second weekend of preseason football. First, they discuss takeaways from Week 2 of the preseason and also talk about some notable rookie quarterback performances (:50). Next, the guys look at the impact of Los Angeles Chargers safety Derwin James' injury (16:21). To wrap up the episode, DJ and Rhett dive into storylines from the NFC and AFC East division and pick who they think will win each division (18:37).
August 14, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back with a fresh new episode. First, the pair discuss how much Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is worth (1:37). Next, the guys give their 32 breakout players heading into the 2019 season from across the league (12:15). To wrap up the episode, DJ and Bucky each list their top 5 pass rush groups for 2019 (22:40).
August 12, 2019
DJ and Bucky are back following the first full weekend of preseason football. Before getting into their takeaways from the games, the pair address the latest off-field reports regarding Antonio Brown, who Bucky has taken exception with (4:11). Next, the guys get into what they saw in the latest slate of preseason games (8:47), and discuss what they saw from rookie QBs Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones, Dwayne Haskins, and Drew Lock. After that, DJ and Bucky dive into the NFC and AFC North, previewing what to watch in the divisions and making their predictions regarding which teams will be heading to the playoffs (22:10). Later, the podcast takes a special look at the Dallas Cowboys featuring Bucky's interviews from training camp with key defensive backs Xavier Woods, Jeff Heath, and Chidobe Awuzie (34:28). These interviews spark conversation about key running back holdouts Ezekiel Elliott (DAL), and Melvin Gordon (LAC). Check out more from the Move the Sticks Podcast at YouTube.com/NFLPodcasts
August 7, 2019
According to DJ and Bucky, every team in the NFL has at least one IRREPLACEABLE player and in this episode, the duo reveal that list (7:05)! Before they do, the pair reveal some of their notes from training camp visits over the past couple of weeks (1:34). They give updates on the Eagles, Texans, Bills, and Giants, highlighting key players to watch during preseason games. At each stop, DJ interviews a key player at the quarterback position, beginning with Houston's Deshaun Watson (30:52), Philadelphia's Carson Wentz (34:54), Buffalo's Josh Allen (40:43), and New York's Daniel Jones (49:04).
August 5, 2019
In the Move the Sticks prototype series finale, DJ & Bucky dive into the cornerback position. First, the guys discuss the CB attributes they look for when scouting the defensive secondary (2:20). Next, we hear from a panel of cornerback experts: 13-year NFL veteran Shawn Springs (6:27), former Jets defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman (20:11), and finally Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy (38:49). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype CB of today's game (41:38). As the hosts explain in the episode, a "prototype" could look different to different coaches.
July 31, 2019
With training camp in full swing, DJ & Bucky are back with a fresh episode.  The guys start things off by discussing what they saw at their recent trips to Chargers & Cowboys camp.  The duo then go around the horn, revealing their favorite impact rookies for all 32 NFL teams.
July 29, 2019
In the latest edition of the Move the Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky break down edge rushers. First, the guys discuss the Edge attributes they look for when scouting these highly valuable athletes (2:45). Next, we hear from a panel of edge rush experts: three-time Super Bowl champion Willie McGinest (7:41), Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy (31:02), and nine-time Pro Bowl edge rusher Demarcus Ware (40:42 ). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype edge rusher of today's game (51:10). For once, DJ and Bucky agree!
July 26, 2019
DJ and Bucky make a special trip to Hollywood for Pac-12 media day! On this episode, the MTS crew discusses how to build a championship team with some of the most successful Pac-12 coaches. They chat with Stanford's David Shaw (1:57), Oregon's Mario Cristobal (9:04), Chip Kelly of UCLA (14:24), Washington head coach Chris Peterson (27:58), and finally Herm Edwards of Arizona State (35:52). After that, DJ and Bucky spend time with two Pac-12 players that are likely to be drafted near the top of the first round in the 2020 NFL Draft. First it's Oregon QB and Heisman hopeful Justin Herbert (47:09), followed by Colorado WR Laviska Shenault (53:59), who might be this year's number one receiver.
July 24, 2019
In a special edition of Move the Sticks, DJ and Bucky visit the campus of the University of Southern California to meet with several coaches from the Trojans football program. The MTS crew discusses game scheming, culture, and how the Trojans prepare young athletes for the NFL. First, the duo is joined by first year offensive coordinator Graham Harrell (3:33), followed by Keary Colbert (20:25), who is transitioning from tight ends coach to wide receivers coach this year. Finally, head coach Clay Helton discusses the evolution of Trojan football as he enters a key year with the program (37:38).
July 22, 2019
In the latest edition of the Move the Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky break down the tight end position. First, the guys discuss the TE attributes they look for when scouting (1:54). Next, we hear from a panel of tight end experts: Chargers GM Tom Telesco (7:08), and his standout tight end Hunter Henry (17:19), followed by 12-year veteran TE Anthony Becht (30:36). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype tight ends of today's game (46:34).
July 15, 2019
In the latest edition of the Move The Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky dive into the offensive line. First, the guys discuss the OL attributes they look for when they're scouting (1:13). Next, we hear from three offensive line experts: 3-time Pro Bowl center Shaun O'Hara (4:16), veteran offensive line coach Paul Alexander (22:20), and Super Bowl-winning OL coach Howard Mudd (34:12). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype linemen of today's game (47:25).
July 8, 2019
In the third edition of the Move The Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky dive into wide receivers. First, the guys discuss the WR attributes they look for when they're scouting (2:31). Next, we hear from three wide receiver experts - Atlanta Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff (7:29), 2-time Super Bowl champion wide receiver Brandon Stokley (23:27), and Super Bowl-winning head coach Brian Billick (41:38). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype wide receivers of today's game (1:03:07).
July 1, 2019
In the second edition of the Move The Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky dive into the quarterback position. First, the guys discuss the QB attributes they look for when they're scouting (2:04). Next, we hear from three high-profile quarterback experts - Hall of Fame QB Kurt Warner (6:19), former NFL QB David Carr (45:17) and Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike Holmgren (1:07:38). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by naming who they believe to be the prototype quarterback of today's game (1:18:00).
June 24, 2019
In the first edition of the Move The Sticks prototype series, DJ & Bucky dive into the running back position. The guys first give the running back attributes they look for when they're scouting (1:23). Next, we hear from three guests who know plenty about running backs - Maurice Jones-Drew (9:01), Hall of Famer Terrell Davis (24:38) and Titans general manager Jon Robinson (46:44). Finally, DJ and Bucky round out the show by saying who their prototypical running back playing today is (53:52).
June 17, 2019
DJ & Bucky compare the Anthony Davis NBA trade blockbuster to a common NFL GM decision around building a team depth vs. adding stars (2:11). They go on to list teams that are in position to mortgage their future and trade future draft picks for top players today. The duo also discuss which 2nd year players have something to prove entering the 2019 season (30:34). Plus, two NFL general managers join the show: Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff (15:26), and Titans GM Jon Robinson (37:49) to discuss their off-season team-building strategies.
June 10, 2019
DJ & Bucky give their take on the latest General Manager news, including the Jets hiring of Joe Douglas and the Texans firing of Brian Gaine (2:24). The guys also debate if the Eagles made the right decision giving Carson Wentz a 4-year contract extension (16:59). Then later in the show, Bucky recaps his trip to the Senior Bowl Scout School Summit (19:11). Also, Chargers General Manager Tom Telesco joins the show to talk about team depth, quarterback contracts & more (24:22). DJ & Bucky wrap things up with the top 3 teams whose stock they're buying for 2019 (39:08).
June 3, 2019
DJ & Bucky are back together after some vacation and have plenty to talk about. They guys kick things off with Bucky recapping what he learned in his recent visit with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League (1:26). The guys then break down Bucky’s recent list of the NFL’s top 5 pass-catching groups (9:20). Later in the show, Super Bowl winning coach Mike Holmgren joins the guys to discuss the QB situation in New York with Eli Manning & Daniel Jones, as well as his incredible coaching tree (14:08). DJ & Bucky wrap things up with the players whose stocks they’re buying heading into 2019 (30:25).
May 30, 2019
Daniel Jeremiah & Rhett Lewis are back again with an action-packed show. The guys kick things off by ranking the best new tag teams created through free agency and the draft (2:08). Next, best-selling author Ken Coleman joins the guys to talk leadership and chasing your dreams (13:07). Then with the NBA Finals set to tip off, DJ & Rhett wrap things up by debating which dynasty is more impressive: The New England Patriots or the Golden State Warriors (41:56)?
May 20, 2019
DJ is back from vacation and joined by Rhett Lewis for a big-time show. The guys kick things off by discussing DJ's recent trip to see Peyton Manning talk at a leadership summit (4:21). After that, former NFL QB and current ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky joins the program to talk about the best leaders he's played with, as well as this year's rookie QB class (21:36). DJ also surprises Orlovsky by reading him his own scouting report from 2005, when he was coming out of UConn (44:50). The guys wrap things up by analyzing if last year's division winners have gotten better or worse this offseason (53:11).
May 13, 2019
Bucky Brooks & Rhett Lewis kick things off by talking about who’s turning heads at rookie minicamp (9:45). The guys then reveal their lists of the top 5 teams whose rookie classes will have an instant impact in 2019 (16:30). Later in the show, Bucky and Rhett are joined by Reese's Senior Bowl Executive Director Jim Nagy to discuss his scouting process (30:37). The duo then wrap things up by discussing their favorite sophomore breakout candidates (46:14).
May 6, 2019
Bucky Brooks & Rhett Lewis open the show with a discussion on how teams view and look at fifth-year option players (1:45). Bucky & Rhett each pick offensive and defensive players that will have a breakout season in 2019 (13:08). Bruce Feldman joins the show to talk college football and about Clemson’s latest QB commit DJ Uiagalelei (20:52). To close the show, Bucky discusses why Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is the best coach in college football right now (37:25).
May 2, 2019
Bucky Brooks & Rhett Lewis open the show with a discussion on why the Dolphins might have found their version of Brett Favre in trading for Josh Rosen (2:00). Rhett Lewis tells us what angered him on Twitter over Draft weekend (6:15). The guys then pick their favorite players in each round of the 2019 NFL Draft (13:30). To close the show, Bucky & Rhett select their best offensive drafts (35:30) and best defensive drafts (38:10).
April 29, 2019
DJ & Bucky recap the 2019 NFL Draft! The guys discuss the Raiders 1st round picks (3:00), best fits throughout the draft (5:20), picks outside the first round they love (11:00), Jaguars getting 2 of DJ’s top 14 ranked players (17:20), Drew Lock going to the Broncos in Round 2 (23:10) and why the Redskins had a good draft (28:30).
April 23, 2019
DJ & Bucky scout Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray. The guys cover three elements of Murray’s journey as the 2019 NFL Draft approaches: His winning ability throughout his football career (1:00), being a dual-sport star (21:20), and comparing Murray with former Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield (38:50). Interviews include his high school offensive coordinator, national college football analysts, college coaches that played against him, teammates of his at OU, Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley and, of course, the Heisman trophy winner himself.
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