We’re 50% so far on our outright NFL upsets this season and we have four dogs we like this week. But just one of those teams we’re going to go take to win the game. Care to guess which one?
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma for a breakdown of how each NFC team fared in last week’s NFL Draft. Though not as high-profile as other teams, the Washington Redskins brought in perhaps the most solid top-to-bottom class starting with Alabama DT Jonathan Allen as a bargain at No.17.
Greg DePalma and Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, conduct their final mock draft with just a week to go before the real thing happens in Philadelphia. In this edition, Mitch Trubisky (right) is the first quarterback off the board, but how does Christian McCaffrey fare among running backs?
Greg DePalma and Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, break down the trade and free-agent movement of every NFC West and AFC West team to see where their priorities lie for next month’s NFL Draft.
Greg DePalma recaps the New York Jets‘ first victory since QB Bryce Petty took the controls, with RB Bilal Powell also playing a large role as he stepped in for the injured Matt Forte. The overtime victory over San Francisco ought to give Jets fans optimism, unlike the reaction from many in the Jets media.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss the weekend flap over 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand for the national anthem, including a few references to “A Few Good Men.” They also look at the state of NFL backup quarterbacks in general, preview the New England Patriots and revel in the Kansas City Royals’ recent surge.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss the latest sports headlines and look ahead at the weekend slate, which features a trio of top American League matchups that includes the Central-leading Cleveland Indians visiting the Detroit Tigers.
Mock Draft: After quarterbacks go 1-2 the Chargers need to grab the huge Buckner from Oregon at No. 3.
NFC West: While the Rams must be judicious with just six picks this year, the real intrigue lies in San Francisco as the 49ers move on from Jim Harbaugh’s messy exit.