It’s time to exhale… almost
We’ve reached the end of an exhausting draft season, culminating with a draft that was downright silly. But before we can truly move on, Andy Benoit and I have to spend nearly two hours breaking down draft weekend for all 32 teams. And you have to listen to it.
Before you dive in, a request: We have quite a few episodes to record before training camps open up. We’ll discuss things we’re interested in, but we’d also love (well, at least like) to hear what’s on your mind. So tweet at me and/or Andy, or leave a note in the comments. It can be a topic, a question, a comment or you’re very own scorching hot take, which we will do our best not to ridicule.
And since you’re going to do something for us, I’ll do something for you: give you the specific times for the discussions of all 32 teams…
Green Bay: 1:21:30
Kansas City: 1:02:47
Los Angeles: 1:41:56
New England: 45:33
New Orleans: 1:30:18
N.Y. Giants: 26:20
N.Y. Jets: 43:23
San Diego: 1:07:39
San Francisco: 1:39:44
Tampa Bay: 1:33:46
Though if you skip ahead you’ll miss the best of our buffoonery, like the pros and cons of the green room, why I say teams shouldn’t be allowed to alert prospects right before they pick them, Andy berating me for suggesting the Titans use some read-option, me berating Andy for not getting on board with the Raiders’ second-day picks, and Andy gossiping about the players universally disliked around the league.
This was probably the last of our marathon podcasts, but we’re not going dark this offseason.
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As always, thanks for listening. And no matter what anyone says: You are the best.
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