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).
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.
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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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).
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.
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.
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!
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.
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
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)?
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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.
DJ is in Nashville for Draft week and Bucky is in Los Angeles. They kickoff the show by running through the top five picks in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft (1:00), then move onto their surprise 1st-rounders (8:40) and end the show with their favorite mid-round prospects (13:17).
With the draft one week away, Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks give you their safest picks (4:15) and their riskiest picks (16:32) in the 2019 NFL Draft. Plus, Oklahoma Wide Receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown joins the show to discuss his pro potential and what makes him a potential 1st-Rd pick (29:13).
DJ & Bucky scout the Clemson Defensive Line: Clelin Ferrell, Christian Wilkins, Dexter Lawrence and Austin Bryant. The guys interview several people close to the D-Linemen, including an elementary school principal (6:50) who knows Christian Wilkins well, Bucky’s father, Blake Brooks, who happened to coach Dexter Lawrence in H.S. (24:30), and Clelin Ferrell’s H.S. coach Greg Lilly (38:10) to talk about the character and perseverance of the edge rusher. Plus, ESPN scouting analyst Tom Luginbill talks about the DL when they were being recruited (50:20), Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney (57:00) & interviews from the 4 prospects themselves: Austin Bryant & Clelin Ferrell (58:45), Christian Wilkins & Dexter Lawrence (1:04:55).
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks lead off with a discussion on whether they believe Kyler Murray will be the No. 1 overall pick (2:30). Then, the guys discuss when in the draft they expect a run of picks based on position (8:00). DJ & Bucky also go through each position and give their player with the highest floor (13:20) & talk about the teams with two 2nd-rd draft picks (27:40). They close on Tiger Woods’ Masters win & their favorite sports moments watched on the television (36:00).
DJ and Bucky discuss teams that don’t have a 1st round pick this season (2:00), then breakdown Bucky’s Top 5 By Position for the 2019 Draft 3.0 (10:30), then they each pick one “small school” prospect they like (23:44) and close out the show with an interview with Alabama State’s Tytus Howard (25:40).
DJ & Bucky scout Duke QB Daniel Jones. The guys interview several people close to Jones, including his parents (5:30) & his sister (19:25). Rhett Lewis joins Bucky to interview Jones' high school coach (26:20) & DJ interviews Duke head coach David Cutcliffe (40:30) and Jones’ personal QB coach David Morris (44:00), and the Blue Devils QB Daniel Jones joins the show (57:15).
DJ and Bucky discuss Josh Rosen reporting to the Cardinals Off-Season Program today and the five teams who took QB’s in the 1st round last season (4:54), and then they chat about who will be this year’s Phillip Lindsay (29:17) and close out the show with DJ’s interview with Johnathan Abram of Mississippi State (32:09).
DJ, Bucky and Rhett take us behind-the-scenes on what really goes on in Draft Meetings (2:41), then the guys each select their favorite players by round (12:53) and DJ ends the episode with an interview with Alabama Offensive Lineman, Jonah Williams (34:51)
Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks scout one of the top prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, Ohio State DE Nick Bosa. The guys interview several people close to Bosa, including both of his parents, John Bosa (5:20) and Cheryl Bosa (19:30), his high school coach Roger Harriott (26:50), Ohio State head coach Ryan Day (35:50), OSU teammates QB Dwayne Haskins (39:35), DT Dre’Mont Jones (40:35), WR Parris Campbell (41:25), and conclude the show from the All-American DE Nick Bosa (43:50). Special thanks to NFL Media’s Lance Zierlein & Aditi Kinkhabwala for their contributions with the interviews!
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back in studio together! DJ discusses his favorite food he had while on the road (1:15) & his biggest takeaways from the Pro Day’s he witnessed in-person (4:50). The guys debate two of the top defensive tackles in this year’s draft: Christian Wilkins vs. Ed Oliver (12:50) and close the show by breaking down the recent history of NFL Rookie redshirts (22:30).
Rhett Lewis & Bucky Brooks are in studio in L.A. to discuss the latest pro days this week, including Duke’s Daniel Jones (1:40). Daniel Jeremiah was on location in Raleigh to catch up with NC State QB Ryan Finley (8:45) & Center Garrett Bradbury (10:35). The “PBU” and Bucky also break down Mississippi State (13:15) and Florida’s pro day (16:00). Then, the guys deep dive into the Wide Receiver group for the 2019 NFL Draft (17:20).
DJ & Bucky scout one of the top QB prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft, Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins. The guys interview several people close to Haskins, including his high school coach Pat Cilento (4:12), Ohio State head coach Ryan Day (12:15), his mentor & former Pro Bowl CB Shawn Springs (19:30), OSU teammates DE Nick Bosa (31:55), WR Parris Campbell (32:40), DT Dre’Mont Jones (34:35), and conclude with interviews from the man himself, Dwayne Haskins (36:50). Plus, DJ & Bucky break down Haskins’ ceiling & floor and give their pro comparisons for Haskins (45:10).
Bucky is joined by Lance Zierlein to discuss Rob Gronkowski’s retirement (1:40) and what it means for the Patriots upcoming draft. They also break down the value of the slot receiver (13:00). Lance and Bucky give a few names of prospects they would “pound the table” to draft if they were in the war room next month (25:30). They conclude the podcast by analyzing Ed Oliver’s potential and where he fits in best as he heads to the NFL (39:05).
Bucky & Rhett recap a big pro day while DJ is off in Missouri. First up is their thoughts on Dwayne Haskins pro day(1:48), the upcoming “360 Series” featuring Dwayne Haskins on Tuesday March 26th and Nick Bosa on Tuesday April 2nd (7:35), an interview with Nick Saban and Quinnen Williams (8:24) and their reaction to Drew Lock’s pro day performance(29:40).
With DJ traveling for multiple pro days this week, Bucky Brooks is joined by Lance Zierlein on today’s show to discuss Montez Sweat’s heart condition (14:00), what Ryan Fitzpatrick’s signing with Miami means for the QB market in the draft (18:00). Then, the guys debate which prospect they would have No. 1 on their positional “big board” with QBs Kyler Murray vs. Dwayne Haskins (23:20), WRs D.K. Metcalf vs. Marquise Brown (26:10), Edge Rushers Nick Bosa vs. Josh Allen (31:00), LBs Devin White vs. Devin Bush (34:00). Bucky caught up with all 4 Clemson starting defensive linemen early this month (40:20), and to close the show, the guys put on their scouting caps to hypothetically address if Zion Williamson would enter the draft, would he be a first round pick? (58:15)
Bucky is joined today by producer Kent Brown due to DJ being grounded in OKC after Kyler Murray’s pro day. The guys breakdown OBJ’s trade to the Cleveland Browns (1:31), what the next steps are for the New York Football Giants (12:05) and what we can expect from the New York Jets with the addition of Le’Veon Bell (17:59). Bucky discusses Kyler Murray’s pro day (28:17) and they cap off the show with Bucky breaking down his Top 5 position rankings for the 2019 NFL Draft (40:59).
DJ & Bucky open the show with the news of the Antonio Brown trade to the Oakland Raiders and their reactions (2:26), then move onto discuss DJ’s newest TOP 50 draft prospects (11:40) and then close out the show with an interview with Ohio State Wide Receiver, Parris Campbell (30:07).
DJ & Bucky discuss NFL draft strengths and weaknesses kicking off with the defensive side first (1:42) then they break down the offensive side (11:58). Bucky caught up with several of the top prospects at the Combine down on the field at Lucas Oli Stadium in Indianapolis. First up is his interview with Missouri QB Drew Lock (19:39), then Bucky chats with Duke QB Daniel Jones (25:37). Finally, Bucky wraps up his interviews with three stand out Offensive Lineman, Washington State’s Andre Dillard (32:47), Florida’s Jawaan Taylor (36:11) and Oklahoma’s Cody Ford (38:24).
DJ & Bucky are back from Indianapolis to recap the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine (2:10). The guys address Charley Casserly’s comments on Kyler Murray (4:20) and Josh Rosen (10:45). Plus, reports that the Chiefs are working on a record-setting deal for Tyreek Hill (13:55) and Antonio Brown is expected to be traded later this week (17:00). DJ goes through his post-Combine Mock Draft (22:40) and to close the show, Ohio State Head Coach Ryan Day caught up with Bucky at the Combine in Indianapolis to talk about his players in the draft and expectations for his first full season as the head coach of the Buckeyes (31:45).
DJ & Bucky are in Indianapolis to break down the latest news from Wednesday's media day at the Combine, including Nick Foles being a free agent (1:50), Cardinals GM Steve Keim's comments on Josh Rosen (3:15). Plus, the guys break down Bucky's mock draft 2.0 (8:40) and preview the defensive prospects they're looking forward to seeing at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine (16:50).
The guys begin the show discussing DJ’s newest Top 50 prospects list, including Kyler Murray ranked as DJ’s No. 1 QB over Dwayne Haskins (2:40). DJ & Bucky also preview the offensive players they’re most looking forward to seeing by position at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine (25:10).
DJ and Bucky discuss the latest news on Le’Veon Bell and how the Steelers will not franchise tag him (01:15). Then, the guys break down the future of the combine and how technology will ultimately impact the event (12:30). They close out the show with a look at the top ten TE numbers to look out for at the combine (24:04), and top ten OL numbers to also look out for (29:57).
DJ & Bucky discuss the latest news on Antonio Brown (0:40). DJ finds out during the podcast that his Padres signed Manny Machado (14:10). The guys then shift to a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on in draft meetings as the draft approaches (15:50). Bucky finishes the show with his Top 5 prospects by position for the defensive prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft (25:20).
The guys open the show with big news on Bucky becoming a high school football head coach (2:30). Plus, they talk Joe Flacco to the Broncos (5:30), Antonio Brown’s worth on the trade market (10:45), and the latest draft news (17:15). DJ & Bucky close the show by breaking down the offensive prospects on Bucky’s list of Top 5 Players in the 2019 Draft by position (23:10).
DJ & Bucky begin the show giving their takes on Kyler Murray’s decision to choose football over baseball (0:20). NFL Media and MLB Network’s Chris Rose joins the show to break down if Kyler Murray made the right choice (9:25) and his take on his Cleveland Browns signing Kareem Hunt (15:20). DJ & Bucky then focus on their thoughts about whether the Browns made the right move in signing Hunt (26:40). Closing the show, DJ discusses the top Running Backs in the draft and which traits you can look for at the combine to match the NFL’s elite players at the position (33:00).
DJ & Bucky begin the show discussing what is the best landing spot for Nick Foles (2:05) and other veteran QBs in the current market. The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman joins the show to talk how college coaches evaluate talent & the top prospects he has seen this season (9:05). Also, Bucky was able to catch up in Atlanta during Super Bowl week with Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins (51:10) and Ohio State Edge Rusher Nick Bosa (54:30).
DJ and Bucky are reunited after the Super Bowl. Bucky discusses with DJ his takeaways from the big game (01:17), DJ breaks down the five lessons he learned from The New England Patriots win (4:14), then they chat about Kyler Murray and the unique position he’s currently in (09:17), the winning formula for NFL contenders next season (15:25) and they close it out with how football organizations make themselves more attractive as a team to play for (17:01). Plus, the guys bid a fond farewell to Move The Sticks producer Cam Molina (26:34)
DJ & Rhett Lewis recap the Patriots 13-3 victory over the Rams in Super Bowl LIII. The guys discuss the Pats dominant pass rush (1:35), why experienced matters (5:40), the Patriots plan is undefeated (9:20), the Rams running game runs dry (15:30). Plus, the guys discuss how much the Rams missed Cooper Kupp (20:40).
DJ & Bucky answer several questions about SB LIII to begin the podcast, such as what to expect from Sean McVay & Jared Goff in their 1st Super Bowl (1:25) & what is the blue print for beating the Patriots or the Rams (9:15)? Then, the guys rapid-fire through a bunch of topics, including biggest matchup edge and the x-factor for each team (12:10). To end the show, DJ & Bucky predict who will win the game and which player will be named Super Bowl LIII MVP (17:20).
DJ & Bucky recap the highlights of their week in Mobile for the Senior Bowl (1:15) and the intrigue of the QB market in the offseason (5:30). Then, the guys do a 20 pick draft of the top players in this week’s Super Bowl LIII between the Rams and Patriots (13:10).
DJ & Bucky are on a travel day back to L.A. after the Senior Bowl. Our ‘PBU’ Rhett Lewis caught up with David Morris of QB Country to talk about training Duke QB Daniel Jones (1:00). Plus, DJ & Bucky interviewed Boston College DE Zach Allen (9:20) and Texas DE Charles Omenihu (18:30) from Mobile.
On the final day of Reese's Senior Bowl practice, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks react to the chilly Mobile weather (sorry Bucky) and standouts from this week's practices (:15), including - Temple corner Rock Ya-Sin and South Carolina's Deebo Samuel. After, Bucky and PBU, Rhett Lewis, caught up with some of college football's premiere coaches, such as the National Champion coach, Dabo Swinney (6:45), Penn State skipper James Franklin (11:35) and lastly, Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops explains why highly-touted prospect Josh Allen will succeed at the next level (17:35)!
Sunday. Was. Crazy. DJ and Bucky, from the Senior Bowl, share their biggest takeaways from a wild Championship Sunday, including - was the victory against the Saints Jared Goff's signature win (3:30) and special teams came through in the clutch for LA (9:00). Plus, New England has an appreciation for every single play (10:00), and the consistency and continuity in their coaching staff is huge (13:25). After, the guys toss around Super Bowl keys (16:25) and lastly, Mobile is fraught with talent, as DJ and Bucky preview the biggest names headlining the Senior Bowl (20:25)!
DJ & Bucky are back again from Tampa, and DJ takes out some old scouting notes on a few of the upcoming players in the upcoming AFC & NFC Title games (1:00). Plus, they discuss the top performers they’ve seen so far at the East-West Shrine practices (8:40). The guys also preview the NFC & AFC Championship games & give their keys for each team (10:15).
Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks are in Tampa for the East-West Shrine Game, the guys discuss some of the top entrants that declared for the upcoming NFL Draft (1:10), then DJ talks with Bucky about a discussion he had with a hockey executive about what he looks for in prospects (19:25). They finish the show wrapping on DJ’s thoughts about the divisional round and lookahead to the upcoming conference championship matchups (26:33).
Bucky Brooks & the ‘PBU’ Rhett Lewis give their takeaways for all 8 teams from the divisional round of the NFL playoffs including the Rams win over the Cowboys (1:45), Patriots blowout of the Chargers (8:05), Saints survival against the defending Super Bowl Champion Eagles (15:50) & why the Chiefs still have the most explosive offense in the NFL (23:10).
DJ & Bucky begin the show discussing the new that Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray is expected to enter the 2019 NFL Draft (0:45) and what it means for the rest of the QB class. Plus, the guys comment on the recent wave of newly hired NFL head coaches (17:40). DJ & Bucky close the show with their preview of the four Divisional Round playoff games (28:30).
DJ and Bucky recap Clemson’s dominant win over Alabama in the national championship game (0:15). DJ then hits us with more breaking news regarding the Bucs potentially landing Bruce Arians as its next head coach (9:10). FOX Sports commentator Charles Davis joins the show to talk with Bucky Brooks about his upcoming Eagles-Saints broadcast & draft prospect discussion (12:30).
With Wild Card Weekend complete, DJ and Bucky prepare their 10 takeaways from a lively weekend of postseason action, including – Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram dominated for the Bolts (1:00), plus why Derwin James is perfect for the Chargers’ “hybrid role” (3:20). After, do the Eagles have a QB dilemma (11:30), and the guys react to the Packers hiring Titans OC Matt LaFleur as their next head coach (12:25)! Next, the Colts diverse offense guided them to a win (22:15) and lastly, the Cowboys adhered to their winning formula (25:20)!
PBU Rhett Lewis, the Nick Foles of the MTS podcast, is back with Bucky Brooks to preview both of Sunday’s wild card playoff matchups between Chargers-Ravens (1:10) & Eagles-Bears (7:25). Plus, the guys welcome Alabama radio commentator, and former Tide QB, John Parker Wilson to breakdown the Alabama-Clemson national championship game (11:05).
With DJ out of town, PBU Rhett Lewis (aka Nick Foles) steps in to host another show alongside Bucky Brooks who is back from his New Year’s Bowl trips. The guys break down the New Year’s Weekend Bowl games (1:10), talk about the difference in the top QB prospects in the 2019 draft (17:10). Then, Rhett & Bucky preview the Saturday slate of the NFL Wild Card weekend, including Colts at Texans (35:40) & Seahawks at Cowboys (39:10).
DJ and PBU, Rhett Lewis, reveal their biggest takeaways from a dynamic Week 17 of NFL action, including - the Browns' head coach vacancy is the most desirable job for coaching candidates (1:45), the Vikings went from Minnesota Miracle to Minnesota Misery in a season (4:20), Foles rescues Philly again (8:40), the Chargers really need Hunter Henry (16:20), when will Matty Ice be gifted some consistency at OC (20:10), Tannehill's time in Miami is done (21:40) and lastly, was the win against Oakland a 'get right' game for KC and Mike Mayock becomes the Raiders new GM (23:40)!
DJ & Bucky preview every game on the final week schedule of the 2018 NFL season (1:57), how to evaluate bowl games in 2018 with so many star players skipping their bowls (33:40), and the guys end the show by picking the top college bowl games, including a disagreement on both College Football Playoff semifinal games (36:25).
DJ & Bucky cover their top 10 takeaways from Week 16, including the Ravens defense dominating the Chargers (1:00), Eagles stay on a roll with Nick Foles (7:25), Russell Wilson’s big win over the Chiefs & why he deserves MVP consideration (12:10), Cowboys take care of business (15:10), Penalties kill the Steelers against the Sains (19:05), Vikings stay alive in the playoff race (24:15), Baker & Sam Darnold’s strong games (26:50), Pats leaning on the running game (35:10), Colts comeback (37:40), Rams go back to the basics (39:40).
DJ & Bucky have a brief discussion on the Pro Bowl roster announcement (0:40). Then, the guys preview all 16 games in Week 16 (2:30). Plus, DJ & Bucky went out to Chargers practice to catch up with rookie Pro Bowl safety Derwin James (24:45) & Week 15 hero wide receiver Mike Williams (30:05) to discuss the Chargers’ season and their young NFL careers headed into the big Week 16 game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Bucky returns, in studio, to talk with DJ about his time in London (0:15). The guys break down the Saints 12-9 win over the Panthers on Monday Night (2:40). DJ brings up a conversation he had with Chargers defensive coordinator Gus Bradley on which stats matter most for NFL defenses when looking at opposing personnel (10:20). Plus, LSU cornerback Greedy Williams joins the show to talk about his upcoming path to the 2019 NFL draft (32:15).
DJ & The ‘PBU’ Rhett Lewis are back to go through Sunday’s action, including the Steelers with another dramatic ending (0:35), Colts defense shutting out the Cowboys (3:30), Bears big win over the Packers (5:55), Jared Goff struggling (10:30), Derrick Henry’s emergence as a force (13:20), Vikings win with a new OC (16:20), the Ravens winning formula with Lamar Jackson (18:10), Joe Mixon’s elite skill set (21:50), Seahawks surprising loss to the 49ers (23:40), Jaguars terrible season (25:45).
Week 15 is rife with games that have major playoff implications and DJ and Bucky are ready to break each game down. Can the Mayfield-led Browns keep pace in the playoff race by downing Denver (2:30), NFC North powers take to the gridiron as Green Bay and Chicago duel (4:20), is Lamar Jackson's ascension to a starting role enough for Baltimore to make it to the post season (9:00), a backfield showdown featuring Derrick Henry and Saquon Barkley takes place in New York (13:35), Kevin Stefanski conducts the Vikings offense for the first time as OC against Miami (15:20), the sneaky good match-up of the week pits Dallas and Indy against each other (19:20), Big Ben aims for an elusive win versus New England (23:30) and Drew Brees challenges Cam Newton on MNF (27:25)! Bucky then welcomes Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds to the show from across the pond (30:10)!
A new OC in Minnesota? DJ and Bucky react to Kevin Stefanski being promoted to offensive coordinator following Monday night’s loss to Seattle (1:10). After, the guys delve into the NFC playoff picture (8:30), and debate who would win the Cowboys and Seahawks Wildcard game (11:20). Also, do the Browns have a chance at a playoff spot? DJ and Bucky chat AFC playoff shakedown (13:10) and which AFC North team could vie for a post season spot (15:30). Lastly, DJ and the voice of the Los Angeles Chargers, Matt ‘Money’ Smith, preview the highly anticipated Week 15 clash between the Chiefs and Chargers (22:40)!
DJ is joined for the 2nd week in a row by PBU (Primary Back up) Rhett Lewis to break down a wild Week 14, including the Chiefs OT thriller victory against the Ravens (0:55), the Bears dominate the Rams with defense (3:50), the Steelers baffling Big Ben decision (12:20), the Dolphins last-second game-winner over the Patriots in Miami (19:35), Amari Cooper’s 3 TD performance in the Cowboys win over the Eagles (26:40), and Sam Darnold’s big drive for the Jets (32:20).
Philly talking trash to Dallas (2:30) and Kyler Murray still undecided on his baseball career (4:20)? DJ and the London-based Bucky bring a lot to today’s pod and analyze every Week 14 NFL contest, including – a bout between rookie QBs as Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen prepare to clash (10:10), will downing Washington buy Eli an extra year in NY (11:35), two young, electrifying quarterbacks meet in KC (17:30), can Luck pave the Colts’ way to the playoffs (19:10), will Dallas’ devasting defense be rowdy after Philly’s trash talk (30:30) and will Da Bears defense propel them to a win over Todd Gurley and the Rams (32:00)?! Fox Sports football analyst Brady Quinn then joins the guys to share his biggest takeaways from this CFB season (35:15), is there a level of astonishment with how well young guns like OSU’s Dwayne Haskins have played (36:40) and lastly, Brady reveals the craziest thing that happened to him while being Notre Dame’s QB (53:50).
DJ and Bucky recap the Eagles win over the Redskins (1:55). NFL Media draft expert Mike Mayock joins the show to discuss the potential new hires in the NFL coaching ranks, current rookie QBs, top 2019 prospects he’s seen on film, and how the new wave of high-scoring NFL offense effects the league going forward. DJ & Bucky discuss Urban Meyer stepping down at Ohio State (26:45), Kliff Kingsbury going to USC (28:30), and give their initial thoughts on the College Football Playoff matchups (32:50).
DJ and PBU (Primary Back Up) Rhett Lewis share their most glaring takeaways from Week 13 of NFL action! The Ravens’ brand of complementary football is the catalyst for their success (1:30), Phillip Rivers delivered BIG on SNF (4:30) and New England can win with their ground attack and stingy defense (7:50). After, DJ and PBU explore options for Green Bay following Mike McCarthy’s firing (10:10), the Jags still have their pride to play for (25:10) and Mariota channeled some magic-like stuff late against the Jets (29:15)!