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.
On this episode of Where are they now? We look at how Dakota Allen has gone from Netflix’s Last Chance U to the NFL Draft. We look at his journey back to Texas Tech and how he was able to turn his life around to potentially playing in the NFL. I also give you my prediction on which NFL team could bring in the linebacker to their roster for the 2019 season.
On a previous episode of Bold Strategy, I discussed why people shouldn’t be surprised if the Cardinals take Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. On this episode, I look at why the Arizona front office has dropped hints they are looking at a new quarterback and that last year’s first round pick Josh Rosen could be playing somewhere else in 2019.
It’s a brand new segment on Rich Sports Talk called “Bold Strategy”. Here, we explore out of the box sports ideas that when you really think about it make a lot of sense. On our first episode we explore why it would make sense for the Arizona Cardinals to select a quarterback with the first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. We look at everything from Kilff Kingsbury saying he would select Murray first overall to why the Cardinals could also get a good trade package for Josh Rosen. It’s a bold strategy, but here are the reasons why it could happen.
Multiple future NFL Draft prospects have decided to skip Bowl Games to help protect their NFL Draft stocks. I give my perspective on their decision to skip the Bowl Games and which prospects should play in the Bowl games to help increase their stock going forward. What are your thoughts on these players skipping Bowl games? Comment and email richsportstalk.com would love to hear from you.