Greg DePalma offers his latest college basketball updates analysis and other musings, with Syracuse and Providence scoring big last-second wins to bolster their portfolios. And with the start of NFL free agency looming, PSN’s series of 32 teams and needs begins with the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to discuss top prospects and storylines to watch as the NFL combine gets underway next week in Indianapolis.
With a franchise quarterback like Matthew Stafford coming off a career season, the Detroit Lions are not that far away from contending for their first NFL Championship in 60 years. To complete the job second-year G.M. Bob Quinn needs to find the right mix of talent starting with a front-seven on defense lacking the difference-makers necessary to take that next step.
With over 50-million in cap space available for G.M. Ryan Pace, the Chicago Bears can be big players in free agency in an attempt to get competitive as soon as possible.
Greg DePalma continues his analysis of the NFL Draft‘s top 10 picks – three quarterbacks could be snapped up by then – and previews the weekend’s top college basketball matchups and picks.
In addition to the nightly college basketball outlook, Greg DePalma updates the NFL Draft‘s top 10 projections and ponders how ridiculous it is for anyone to believe that Tom Brady would ever play for someone other than the New England Patriots.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to discuss the top defensive players available in this spring’s NFL Draft. Among them: LSU safety Jamal Adams, perhaps the top secondary prospect.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to discuss the top offensive players available in the upcoming NFL Draft. Who will be the first quarterback taken – DeShaun Watson, Mitch Trubisky or DeShone Kizer?
Greg DePalma takes on the Pro Football Hall of Fame‘s election process, contending this year’s class that includes Kurt Warner, Jason Taylor and Jerry Jones was based more on popularity than production. The night’s top college basketball games also are examined.
Greg DePalma dissects the New England Patriots‘ improbable Super Bowl 0vertime triumph, suggesting the Atlanta Falcons choked away a title more than Tom Brady & Co. won it. He also notes that each of the past four NFL titles have been won by teams who entered the playoffs as a No.1 seed, asking where the parity has gone.