The 2018 Draft was about finding the quarterback for the New York Jets. The 2019 Draft will be about building around Sam Darnold. In this 7 Round Mock Draft I go through which prospect the New York Jets could target in the upcoming draft and how they will address their biggest needs heading into the upcoming season.
It’s Mock Draft Time! On this episode I have a full seven round mock draft for the New York Giants. In my first mock for the Giants I have them trading their second round pick for Arizona’s Josh Rosen. With that in mind this mock draft will take advantage of a deep defensive draft as the New York Giants begin their rebuild.
T.J. Linta is a quarterback prospect that NFL fans should keep an eye on. After impressive workouts and the best Wonderlic score for a quarterback in this draft class, T.J. has created buzz that he could be a late draft pick or priority free agent. Luckily, he didn’t have to look far to find an agent as his father, Joe Linta is the president of JL Sports which has represented multiple NFL players and coaches. On this episode I sit down with both of them to discuss the pre-draft process that fans may not know about and what’s next in the process moving forward.
Since the Miami Dolphins traded quarterback Ryan Tannenhill to the Tennessee Titans I keep hearing people saying they are tanking the 2019 season in preparation for the 2020 draft. I’m here to tell you why they are not tanking and how the idea of tanking doesn’t work in the NFL. I even look into why if a team did want to tank why it would not work and why it would backfire on a franchise. Check it out on the latest episode and make sure to like and subscribe.
In the span of a few hours the New York Giants traded their biggest star while the New York Jets brought in arguably their biggest star in free agency ever. On this episode I break down both moves and see give my thoughts on the Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, and New York Jets going forward after the Odell Beckham Jr. trade and the Le’Veon Bell signing.