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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

05:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and bucky brooks. What's up everybody. Welcome to move the sticks. Dj bucky and our good friend. Rick lewis back with us. Nice read about. Oh man it's good. It's good to be back with you. Guys feel like draft. Season isn't official. Until i can find.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks. The afc n. nfc championship with daniel jeremiah. Bucky brooks and let louis. What's up everybody. Welcome to move the sticks presented by castrol edge. Dj bucky right back with you. We know who's in the super bowl but buck. We've got a lot to unpack here on what we saw yesterday in the conference championship games. Unbelievable games. I think we saw the four best teams and we got a chance to see them play at their best and really came down to a handful of play to determine which teams advanced to the super bowl and teams are left on the outside looking in but a great weekend of football handful of plays bucket in a handful of situations where contrasting styles and head coach. Ler on this play. And i know we're going to dig into that here. I believe starting with your first day. Your each yeah. I think you're going to see a theme here with these first two takeaways but we'll start with the first one here and that is the bucks. Aggressive play was rewarded for net running back eight seconds.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and bucky brooks. What's up everybody. Dj bucky here move the sticks presented by facebook. How you doing man man. I'm good i'm good. How's everything everything's good man we We got a great show today. We've got one of our favorite guests. I think he's been on a handful of times and every time he's He's just been awesome. We've got the number two team in the country. The fighting the notre dame fighting irish head coach brian. Kelly is going to join us so we got a great chat with him coming up. We've also got to dig in a little bit what we saw last night. And what was. I'll say the maybe wanna uglier most boring football games. I've ever seen between the vikings and the bears. Yeah it wasn't a great game to necessarily watch se. If you're a fan of defensive football you'll love it. But i don't know if it was more than two was divas or bad offense The the the thing that stood out to me. And i was curious about this. And i wonder how this plays out in the end matt. Nagy a lot of the conversation leading up to the game was matt nagy handing over the play calling duties to bill lays and so we saw bears play without matt nagy. The controls in it looked a lot like the bears with matinee. And so when your head coach in your superpower has been your play inability now what like now like what is what is bad with other utility bill. What is iron man without the suit. Like what are you and so does it make you even more exposed as a head coach. Don't have that ability to call plays and you just kinda standing there as the ceo. Managing the game. I mean the thing is you can see it and we've seen it you know. Look the ravens did it in two thousand and one super bowl. We talk about you know brad. Johnson that bucks team which was really defensive driven But even those young seahawk teams that were in super bowls. Russell wilson was ascending. You know had more more to his game but to try and win consistently with average to below quarterback talent. Not going to happen and you can have a year here. There were the stars aligned. You play great defense turnovers special teams and you just kind of carry right along. You can have those one offs. I mean we saw it with the broncos right. They had peyton the first super bowl they went to he was you know had a big year. They end up winning the super bowl with him having a really terrible year but then he retired. That was in the broncos. Have been any good sense. There are a lot of those same good defensive players there a those same key offensive players but they haven't had quarterback play. That's been above the standard. And you just can't consistently do that. The bears had that one great winning season but the stars of have not aligned sense. I think at a minimum. I think what. I'm learning now at the minimum..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks ten takeaways from week five with Daniel, Jeremiah Bucky Brooks, and read. Louis. What's up everybody walking to move? The six percent of is axes DJ bucky right back with you here for our takeaway episode and we lost one big undefeated team this week and a little bit of a surprise. But still some some cream of the crop left here when you look at some of the remaining undefeated teams are you doing? Great Dj was a great weekend. I think what we're doing what we're seeing teams really fall into their identity teams have gone through that four-game period that was really liked the preseason, and now we're beginning to see teams play really good football. Guys, it was a weekend in a day where we got the heartstrings pulled on both ends of the spectrum seeing Alex. Smith is Alex. Smith's comeback from injury as he gets back on the field for the first time in almost seven hundred days and then. A comeback just beginning now with that Prescott after his serious leg injury. So hoping all works out well for in the recovery but a lot to get you for the cowboys as well beyond that leads us right to our first takeaway here. Bucky. You've got it having to do with that cowboy win over the New York giants. The cowboys move all without deck.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody DJ Bucky here move the sticks presented by Zach's B.'s buck how you doing man I'm good I'm good is nearly into we get ready for the weekend Thursday night Thursday night football game, tonight Jaguars, and Dolphins in English Nice slate of games this weekend. Yeah that's kind of where we're GONNA. Go days is talking about the game coming up on Monday night with the chiefs and Ravens and kind of looking at those quarterbacks and how that's changed scouting as we as we go forward as well as just some of the overall play received from young quarterbacks around the NFL. By I do emphasize sale. I'm looking at the schedule. We've got some SEC football, this this moonlight up about as well book. Conference anyone who has been in business understands how the SEC is revered in war rooms around the league and so yeah, there are a lot of people tune in because Potentially, we could have opportunity see ten conference games. There are a lot of people that it'd be paying close attention to what's going on down the SEC yellow on good football, which is great for us when we look at this game in particular here, chiefs in Ravens coming up Monday night based game of the year on the NFL schedule played a couple of great games already but we'll look at the quarterbacks specifically we've talked about them individually in the past but. Have you seen kind of a change in the position and in what teams are looking for since we've seen the these two guys I. Mean Dj on we've had these conversations like I think the change has been obvious i. think there's been a greater emphasis placed on athleticism the ability to create an extent plays with your feet. If you have legitimate running skills that is. A skilled that has been celebrated even enhanced in the National Football League in. So we're seeing a set a different playmaker at the position whereas ten fifteen twenty years ago. We wouldn't necessarily have those guys rated at the top of the board because back. Then early two thousands it was still about fitting the quarterback into the office coordinator system. Now, about the office coordinated, building a system around the talents of the quarterback and so when you have that difference in philosophical change up top and then you see how these young quarterbacks had been thrive thriving. Levels I think it makes sense to try and meet them halfway especially under the premise that the biggest and best championship window is when you're young quarterback is playing on a rookie deal and so that really changed. The game and that has made it where you had to be more dabble and flexible not only who you pick how you play them. When you do get them into program one of the things I've learned from these guys is There's a couple things that can be improved when you get to the next level and I think sometimes we used to have these arguments right? Can you improve your accuracy now when you get to the NFL a lot of times a lot of people say, no are what you are..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up, everybody Dj Bucky here moved to sticks and Bachmann. We've got a fun episode. One of our favorite guests and we've got some interesting things to talk about in terms of what's going on the football world. Michael Vick joins the show and obviously with everything going on with the revolution at quarterback to talk about one of the pioneers as a physician turns the dual threat quarterback we're. GonNa. Pick his reign on a bunch of different things related to quarterbacking, including a little conversation with such on what to could bring to the Miami Dolphins Yeah. I think you guys are GonNa Enjoy this conversation. look somebody. I would say I. Don't know where you are, but if you're talking about just who through the prettiest ball. He throws a beautiful. Ball Mike Vick. It looks a little different coming out from the left side, but man. It is beautiful. I can't say how much I used to. Love watching Michael Vick play in fact I was working with the Carolina Panthers when he was playing for the Atlanta Falcons in When you're a scout, you're not supposed to fawn over other people's players, but. When I would have Sundays. He's the only guy that I told people paid money to go. See because the Michael Vick experience when he was young and in his prime, it was nothing like anything that I've seen in the national football league. You're talking about a guy who legitimately was a thousand yard runner. At quarterback, who had four three speed was the fastest guy the plan, but also had eight-plus arm talent. Unique individual unique player Carolina we just could not stop him he he broke our hearts time after time again so tremendous amount respect for Michael Vick and witty crosses eight Eliza player. Now we'll get to that conversation in just a minute. I think you guys will enjoy that one, but before we do that, but there's lots of breaking news coming out as we're recording this and. And by the time you listen to this, there's this list could be a lot longer. It could include quarterbacks who knows, but right now we are seeing I would say what about a dozen or so players have decided to take the option to opt out of the upcoming season for health reasons, either for their own personal safety. Maybe have a newborn. Or family member, but for whatever reason they've decided to opt out of the season now. There's some key players. Look at Eddie, Goldman one of a better defensive Lineman, Interior, defensive linemen, good player for the bears, Michael Pierce, who is kind of the Vikings replacement for what they lost up front along their defensive front, so you end up losing big time body. They tried to replace him with Michael Pierce. Now he's opted out. The Patriots. Have lost a whole host guys. They six Patriot players Patrick Chung Dante hightower. WHO's the big name? There? Marcus Cannon, who the starter at tackle Brandon bold run back. dammit Danny of Italian fullback, a lot of guys there for the Patriots but. I just want to get your thoughts on this. Obviously, we respect the guys decisions to protect themselves..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and bookie brooks. What's up? Everybody Dj Bucky here for move the sticks in Bucky. There are times when we were doing the pot over the last couple of months where I'll be honest with you. We're on the phone trying to figure out what we're going to talk about. And sometimes it's a little bleak coming up with the options, but thankfully we've got something to talk about today. First of all. How you doing man man I'm great. I'm great. You talk about having something to talk about a blockbuster trade. That took place over the weekend. Adams, going from New York to Seattle. I mean just a A. Grocery basket full of picks going over to the jets and Oprah play Gwen Seattle, and I think for the broadcast I think just doing a deep dive in this thing because I think it would reveal not only a lot about the trade game, but about centers of influence as an evaluator. Positional value would it means where you are with your franchise whether you're chasing the ring or whether you rebuilding I think so many different issues can be touched on during this conversation, and I think we should just take our time and slowly unpack. Right well first of all, let's let's put the cards on the table because I think this is why we're uniquely positioned to discuss this trade, the man who? Who helped you get your start in in your scouting career was who book John Cider and John Aside. He'll get start. We are both impacted and influenced by Ron Wolff Ron woolfe played for the Green Bay packers when he was dare Snyder wasn't assistant. Slide goes to Kansas. City Tennessee out on hires me, so we're very influenced by the same people, and we may see the game in a similar fashion, but you and jody work together in Baltimore Under Ozzie newsome, and so you guys tend to see the game out of the same viewpoint and Linda's will yeah. I feel like this is a case where we both. Grew up in a different school. Different school with different curriculum and kind of we learned under a different guise, different philosophies and I'll say this I think if you look over the last twenty five years in the National Football League. If you were GONNA say the most successful team builders and the most successful philosophies I would think you would find it rooted in what's taking place with the Ron Woolfe, tree. Tree, at which you're a part of them, which John, Schneider has built the Seattle team through that Lens, and I, think you look at Ozzy and what he did with the Ravens and the way they've built it so i. that's why I think and again I. Think People think it's a cop out when we say this and we're going to dig into this whole thing. But I can I feel like one of those deals. Where if you told me right now DJ? Make the case for Seattle..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:47 min | 9 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody walking to move the sticks? Dj Bucky back with your buck how you doing Ma'am Madam good, I'm real good because it seems like we have football around the corner. So I'm really excited about it. Yeah, by the way, does it bother you? The people that you almost feel like are rooting against this. Sometimes I mean. I was just like Oh we can't do this, we can't do that. We can't do this do that like I. Don't know, mean I'm looking at some of these other leagues in how they're doing. What the testing and the? Protocols! Protocols and players being responsible, and I've been encouraged what I've seen. Football's different with the contact. Obviously, and we're not completely in a bubble like the NBA, but is much bad news is floating around in the world right now I think in the sports world. I actually feeling more optimistic right now I'm really optimistic about the NFL now. The thing I think is dead different. He'll. He'll I agree with you the NFL when you dealing, we're professionals dealing with guys who were employers, employees and workers in their career very very positive that they're going to take the necessary steps to kind of protect themselves. I'm also positive that the NFL is going to make sure that they protect the players and put them in environments that work, and so we have. Have seen over the last couple of days we saw tweet storms from the players. We saw some of the concessions that the NFL made to try and get this thing started I have always we've always been optimistic that the NFL was going to start and start on time, and I'm very cautiously optimistic that it's going to continue to start and and perceived as we've talked about. And bucky myself or not, doctors but I do think the difference between the NFL and college. I saw report today that talked about the testing price tag juicy that said it was seventy five million dollar price tag on testing NFL working with a company to be able to provide I think up to one hundred twenty tests per day, and then on top of that, if teams WanNa, go over that amount then. Then, they can cover that cost themselves, but you split up to seventy five by the thirty two I. Don't want to say drop in the bucket, but it's very affordable in order to salvage a season. It's a minimal investment when you look at it from that standpoint, but that's the difference between the NFL and college college where you're talking about one of the numbers. I heard was twenty five thousand a week. For them, and that was with one test a week, which I think they were planning on maybe Wednesday. If I remember correctly, that's a whole different ballgame versus being able to daily test like the NFL would have the financial backing to be able to get that accomplished because that seems to me, that's the answer right as the testing and then once you get a positive test to be. Be Able to remove that person to keep the spread to a minimum, and I just don't know that the college is going to be able to have the resources to pull that off now. I don't think they're going to be able to do it, but I think the NFL is uniquely qualified to be able to pull this off at the pull this off in a manner in. In which we talked about like DJ in reading a lot of things out of football this time period has given us an opportunity to what I call. Prune the trees. There's a lot of stuff that we did in the football world. There might have been unnecessary when it came to a. let's bring ninety players to camp..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:09 min | 9 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up? Everybody Dj Bucky here for move the six bucks. Man I'm great man I I am hanging in there. Everything is good I'm excited to talk a little ball with you. Yeah. I'm excited. Talk with you excited to have our good buddy. joined the show today, and this is a conversation I think everybody's GonNa. Really enjoy kind of piggybacks what we were talking about the other day about the possibilities of spring, football and everything that's going on with with ninety and how these colleges are adjusting where things stand, there's no better person to talk to than our good friend. Bruce Feldman so today's episode is going to be that conversation and I. Hope You guys enjoy it. Here's our chat with Bruce. While buck excited to have our good friend. Bruce Feldman from Fox. Joining the show today Bruce. We've been a lot more conversations lately. Kind of off the air, just kind of checking in with one another to find out what's going on in the the football landscape right now. Can you kind of give us the thirty thousand foot view here of where things stand? Yeah, it's getting to be I. Think in the last two weeks. I think a lot of people inside. Inside the sport had become a lot more pessimistic. Quite honestly talking to a they've found is a lot of programs at had players that were fine in the facility, but then you'd have a bunch of guys. Go Play Madden. Get together. There'd be an outbreak. You guys go to a pool party. There'd be an outbreak. You guys go hit the bars, same story, and so from talking a lot of coaches because you'll even as we're taping this Oklahoma. Tested a whole bunch of players and there were no positive. It's a really good sign. Notre Dame was similar and there's a handful Michigan. State's numbers were good. But not everybody's not releasing their not numbers and full disclosure, and also I think it's those schools that have had it. The players haven't quite honestly taken it that seriously, and so in a d in The sec told me about a week. The problem is a lot of people have not taken this seriously enough. Especially eighteen to twenty two year olds and that's been wearing. Issue is, and the question is GonNa be the the numbers are high in a lot of places, and they haven't even done any football stuff. This is working out in small groups. It's not like they're doing nine seven drill. What's going to happen then? What's going to happen when they're around more? People on the campus. The cases are higher. That doesn't bode well, so everybody's kind of a wait and see mode. We'll see what happens by the end of this month, though hope to have a better picture on where they think they can hope to be for the fall. Rusen in about it because I know you've also talked to coaches. How're coaches even attempting to craft practice plans schedules in calendar where we haven't even really begin to progress out of the small pods when it comes to just working on the weight room. Right and some of them have talked about. We may have to stagger. Stagger how we do it in small groups. Maybe we don't have our. You know. Think about it this way. What happens if you're if you get an outbreak in your quarterback room? I'm a quarantine. That's three games. How's that GonNa work right so I think there's a lot of..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to move the sticks for today's podcast. We have a special football. Baseball crossover focused on team building. You know him as the lead draft analyst on NFL network. He's also a color commentator for the Los Angeles chargers. He scouted for the Ravens Brown Eagles. Daniel. Jeremiah he played five years in the NFL is a cornerback in return, man scouted for the seahawks and panthers, and was a legend for the tar heels. Bucky Brooks. WHAT'S UP, everybody? Dj Bucky here. move the sticks as we continue on our special crossover edition of the move the six podcasts. How you doing bud man I'm great Dj. Porte one of this project was outstanding having a general managers to talk about what they look for in players and building teams before to is even better. Yeah, this is something I think you guys are really going to enjoy. This is a conversation unlike the first one, which was all just with general managers and people have filled that position. This one is with former players. Current coach is. In some other media members that really understand the game of baseball, and and some carry over there to how it helps us in the evaluation process as football evaluators team builder, so thank you guys are GonNa really enjoy this one in the I guess to start us off is Mark Derosa former baseball player you remember him as a utility player play, both in the Infield Outfield, the braves. Braves the Rangers, the cubs Indians, the cardinals, the giants, the nationals, the Blue Jays a fantastic background as a player as one of the best analysts on television as well you'll see them on MLB network, but also a football background. He played football from ninety three to ninety five at Penn, so he understands the importance of the crossover there with sports, and here's our conversation with Mark Derosa. Mark, thank, you so much for taking time for us today. Start with easy question. How are you cowboys fan? Easy answer. I actually grew up. I could draw my blinds and see metlife giant stadium..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah. And bookie brooks what's up? Everybody walked to move the sticks. Dj Bucky in our Powell. Ret here today is Rhett turns. Phone offices is such a rookie move buck I mean we gotta constantly coach this guy up. I mean that that happened in real time as you were talking That was an impressive. Little PIVOT THEIR BUD. But thanks for the welcome. It's great to have you. It's great to have you. What can I say? Hey Buck wants you. Were talking about today. So look as we get closer to the draft. You WanNa make sure that we talk about the risers in the process. Two guys that are kind of climbing up the charts you just released your third version of the and read has a little commentary on some of the things that have happened of late and drafts and whether these guys were risers or reaches When we look back most recent draft classes there. We go by the way the other day if you were watching path to the draft buck. I don't know if you caught it when I said it. But we're coming out of a coming out of a segment and I referred to read as Brett. I did I did it. I was thinking that maybe you're in baseball mode of thinking about Bret Saberhagen or something like that. But it's so good. Bret the HITMAN. Hart you know. Honestly it's just it's a lack of respect that hurts the most on. I think you look a lot better as Brett to be totally honest with you. O'keefe all right. Bj Let's get it going here. We go all right. Let's jump in man. Let's first of all before we get to that stuff. I do WanNa talk about a buck. I don't think we've had a chance in the podcast to hit on this. The challenge for these teams. Now that we know everybody in their individual home so for those that don't know inside a a regular draft Ramani explain on Draft Day. You know the number of people in there and just kind of how the operation works in a normal year. Yes so in a normal war room like when we get draft weekend area scouts. You have you. Directors general manager high level executives in an owner were pop in on occasion. And what typically goes down? When you're not on the clock. There's a lot of conversation is a lot of good eating you sampling the fair and you just kinda talking about the scenarios will the change this year and going to a virtual draft is you may not have the same opportunity to have some of these impromptu conversations and discussions they go on and also as we've talked about When it comes to trading Trade there's a lot of phone calls a lot of interaction a lot of teams checking in A. If you know our guys we may call you. What would it take? There's a lot of that communication that's going back and forth and it's also a lot of dialogue and communication with the League. And so when you're trying to do this virtually you worry about Tom. Delay's you were about technology Kinda faltering and you not being able to do it. I mean I'm trying to figure out where you in Baltimore The year that the Minnesota Vikings were not able to get the pick and Baltimore jumped up and got together. They wanted Minnesota had to fall back. I can do you one better i. I went to Baltimore after that draft right after that draft I was working for. Espn on that draft. I was answering phones and keeping notes and all that stuff off the side and I'm sitting there in. I believe in Radio City Music Hall. And you're just watching time tick down in your like they don't have a pick in and it was like literally in real time watching the tables and watching does running those picks up there to get them in it was. It was the most bizarre draft experience I've ever had. That was the cat Williams draft. Wasn't it? Yeah that's when I believe. They ended up with sucks. That's when the The Ravens ended up with sucks. You know left which was was who they wanted. They ended up getting sucks. I'd say that it worked out quite well. We're that already but it is interesting with the with the way this thing's going to function with everybody at home and I think the challenge talking to GM's is just a trade thing that's all they're worried about. And that's why I was curious you know rent. I love to get your thoughts on this to see if the League might adjust time in the first round or even in the second just to give them a little bit more time. An extra minute or two to help you kind of get everybody on the same page. When you're trying to coordinate with your group in all different locations then coordinate with the team to try and coordinate a trade and then try and coordinate with the League. It's just it's going to be a little more involved in the process as opposed to having everybody in one room. Yeah that's a good point. The the trades might might be the most technologically diff- difficult part to maneuver here. When you're talking about you've got let's say let's say you're draft room consists of ten guys right in. You're trying to get on the same page when one zoom call trying to figure out are up. Gm making the call so the other teams fielding calls as well and then try to get on one page. And then have the wherewithal to then go ahead. You communicate the finished product to the LE- I wonder if it could. We go back to fifteen minutes with which the first round was up until a few years ago. Or or just maybe add up to twelve minutes or something anything like that would probably alleviate some of those concerns just a little bit on but the one thing I hope is that it doesn't result in fewer traits because trade trades why we love the draft. All right they moved up why what happened. What did they give up where they going to get? So that's one of my favorite parts of the draft. I hope it doesn't curve that buck. I think to give people an image. Let's say let's just grab this draft say your Atlanta your picking sixteen right just to grab a team in a number so all of a sudden the pick. It's turned in from Denver. The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock. Well at that point time you might have the GM get a phone call from Minnesota. Your director of player personnel might get a phone call from Miami. Another phone you click over. And there's there's Philadelphia on the phone. You've got three teams. You're trying to talk with three teams. Get their best offer figure out. Do WE WANNA trade back looking at charts and then Trang coordinate all that with those teams with your own group and then get it to the league. I mean that's one thing we're all sitting here together and we can just go okay. This is what they've got. This is what Minnesota offered this affiliate offered and we can boom do it. It's another thing when it's difficult when you've got a Bay of monitors all these different faces in trying to coordinate all that would s the other thing too. Dj Because We've always had the luxury of having a central phone line or two where everyone knew exactly what number they needed to call if they wanted to get Whatever the red line to the general manager to be able to have those conversations now with everyone working remotely how does duties change because there were certain people that were assigned to the phone? There were other people assigned to the phones to call the prospects You had the medical team that was around so you could reference them. I mean you trying to coordinate a lot of different things remotely in everyone working from the House with the challenges of also working at home when you have your family and kids and dogs and all that other stuff running around. I don't envy them. I know people have made it like it was just like a fantasy draft but there are so many more lay years. Yeah cannot can I give you? Can I give you one thought here because you just brought up a good point you know you have your family and your kids and dogs and all kinds of stuff going on if it is truly a stay at home order right but could you? Could you rent an apartment or rent a A different place and just set that up almost as your own home office slash war room. You're technically in your home. It's just one of your home's not not just confined in your original residence. I wonder if teams if you know. If you've got a bunch of distractions around you feel like that would help you execute it better i. I'm sure that's permissible right. I mean under the letter of the rule. You're at home you're at home. I mean we can have a frat house probably getting in different different little rooms and you know an la in California living. Is You have a guest house in the back. And maybe I'm the general manager but I have a guest house that I just happened to have some guests that we can Kato. Kaylin Kato Kaylin.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody? Dj Bucky here with move the sticks. It is a crazy crazy frenzy. Time Right now. Obviously in the world on on the on the importance scale when football. It's been it's been a while right over the last couple days. Bach and we have a lot of things. We're going to cover today as a recording. This Tom Brady is it's been announced. He's not going to be coming back to the New England patriots so we are going to do the podcast right now. Not Knowing we're top rates go. We're going to get this out to you where we cover a lot of different topics and then once the Brady decision comes down. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA produce another podcast just on where Brady goes what that means for his new team as well as winkle patriots where they go from there to be a brief podcast. But we'll do our best to get that out to you as soon as possible as well. But there's a lot to get to with what we already know around the League right now. The movie crazy stuff that transpired move in the league. I feel like it's just an ongoing Circus just like so many moves so many things happening guys going people using the trade vehicles to upgrade their teams and then finally getting word today of some guys on a trade block. Some guys that are assigned a free deals Has Been Bananas Last? Twenty four hours. Well let's start rolling through Some of these other move circus because we've got a bunch of stuff off to talk about here as we're talking. I mean deals. Just continue to come down one after another after another But why don't we jump in here? I bucket and talk about some of the quarterback stuff Just a little bit before. We started recording. Let's start with the CAM. Newton News That's going to be friendly ending there but it is definitely an ending yet. Dj I think ultimately like the team made a business decision to move on from Cam Newton. They have given him permission to seek out a trade This obviously means that when you look at the timing of it. They've been in. Negotiations obviously was some quarterback and they feel like they're close again the deal during which is why would then allow Cam Newton to shop services to other teams. I feel like this is something that we expected to happen when they say they can with come back. It was a bit of a surprise but now we come to know they were trying to protect themselves to make sure that they get the quarterback that they want before they move on from the long term starter. That really helped a franchise gives us problems. Yeah I mean. I'm just curious to see what his next move is I. I had a tough time coming up with teams buck that I think would be in on Cam Newton A saw a new one that was mentioned was the Washington redskins obviously familiar with Ron Rivera. with coach. Turner their offense coordinator. Who's got had a really good run to start twenty eighteen season so that I guess make some sense of the any of the teams. Stand out to you with him. I don't even know if that would really make sense because what you have. Is You gotta young starting quarterback into Wayne Haskins If you bring Cam in there if you any sense that Dwayne is going to be Your Guy. You only stunt his growth by having cam there and then and actually rally. What is Ron Rivera? Really think about Cam as a starting quarterback he is got Turner. They've embarked on this new mission in Washington. Do they see cam as being an upgrade or somewhere that they could come to build the franchise around as they're trying to change the culture there? When really survey the landscape easy? I don't see really good landing spot for Cam I know in the past. Chicago had been mentioned as a possible destination. But when you get outside of that without knowing his health status. I don't know how anyone could say that. A there's a starting job waiting for Cam Newton elsewhere because no one knows and I also don't know how many officer coordinators are take on their project to get back to playing at a pro bowl Yeah I mean I definitely think it's It's difficult to come up with the team. So we'll see what happens there with him as we're doing this in Buckeye man. I'm just kind of his scrolling through twitter reporting it looks like Teddy Bridgewater in the panthers are close on three year contracts. So that to me is is interesting fit. They're going to move on from Cam Newton and then tape bridgewater comes in there and I would not be shocked if they used their their first round. Pick number seven overall on a quarterback as well but to me. It's kind of a new start hearing and it looks like Teddy Bridgewater is going to be that guy so dj if you go back and you connect the dots There couple things impacted when you talk about the Panthers Teddy Bridgewater Obviously Joe. Brady's the new office coordinator Joe Brady spent time with the New Orleans saints as an offensive assistant basically and talking to people from the saints. They say that when you looked at. Lsu Offense Joe Brady was basically using a scaled down version of what the saints have done for years. Their base plays to really dominate. The college. Game Brady has been elevated to be an NFL office coordinator. WanNA REACH BACK TO NEW ORLEANS GIDDY. Bridgewater who knows not only the base level offense of what he can bring some of the new innovations in new variations. That they've Addison's job rated afford it to me. It makes sense the only thing that I worry about. If I'm teddy bridgewater is how long is my leash on the starting job because if they do. We're speculating a they're going to draft a quarterback in the first round. You know the clock starts as soon as they draft kit. So if I'm teddy bridgewater is this the most stable insecure situation that could be in. And can I get enough money to make me feel? Okay with what could happen in a year or two if they do decide to use me as a bridge quarterback in transition. I would think that the Patriots if the Patriots are in play would be a little better deal just in terms of the way that the team is being constructed in the way to Bill Belichick as treated quarterbacks previously but a when you got sixty million on the table depending on the amount of guarantees that are in there. I can't afford Teddy Bridgewater for taking a big deal. Yeah I think it's interesting and I I think it's also fascinating you're inside this division here with the saints kind of having to make their decision of what they wanted to do going forward and now you have teddy bridgewater playing for a division rival. So it's GonNa be fun to watch that all unfolds We could go through a bunch more quarterbacks stuff here drew brees. I don't think there's really much to say there. We expected that He's back with the saints I expect probably by the time you're listening to this. At the Philip rivers deal will be done with the with the Indianapolis Colts so that takes another one off the market but when we look at the wide receiver position. I mean I try and make sense of this. When you look at the trades for the Andre Hopkins and then you look at at the trade what happened with the buffalo bills acquiring Stefan digs trying to sort out the difference in compensation. There is mad. It's mind blowing a difference between the two they bring the Is is a difference but DJ. We've talked about this when we're building a team in organization. There's a reason why teams have general managers and head coaches and they're typically not the same person ideally want to think about building this like branches of the government. You want to have a checks and Balances System. Ultimately someone has the final. Say would you like in a front office? Have General Manager who can challenge the coach and vice versa. I've always fill hit coaches. Think about the here nail. What can we do for the team today? Maybe tomorrow the general manager is supposed to think about the long term viability of the franchise. How can we have a long sustained stain successful run Were we can compete for titles. And sometimes that might mean taking a step back or not making a move whereas hit coaches because a lot of hay coaches are little more emotional and reactive. They have a tendency to kind of get in their feelings. And sometimes that can be the driving force of the moves that they make a felt like in Houston. Whatever the situation was bill. O'brien and the Andre Hopkins. It was at a point where he felt the need to make a move and wanted to make the move right now where I think a general manager would play it out a little slower and try to really build up that market before. They made the move. Ah Buck I mean. It's it's interesting when you look at the compensation for the two players you look at at at Hopkins. What he was able to get in return. I think you ask anybody around. Lee's top five wide receiver But You J. D. Andrei Hopkins Anna Fourth Round. Pick you get David Johnson. In his big contract running back has not been saying who the cardinals were looking to get rid of. So you're going to take on that contract and you get a second round. Pick this year in a fourth round. Pick next year. So that's what you get for Hopkins and then you look at what the Vikings rail to do in their move they send defined eggs they get a one a five a six and in a twenty twenty one four from the day for for days they also include a seventh round pick with dicks but but to not getting one for Hopkins at least a back in wants something That was shocking to me. I mean it is shocking. But we've seen Lebron can do a handful of these deals and you understand. Dj like is. There's an experience and wisdom that comes with kind of thriving in the general manager role. And when you're a head coach in so many your obligations are getting the team. Ready to play in dillon with things that are related to onfield action. You don't have the ability to understand fully how to execute personnel moves how to weigh in play the TRAE game and all of those things and what you're seeing in in that aspect you saw inexperienced general manager take advantage of it inexperienced personnel man Steve. Tom Played played it out. He was able to dump a player that they really didn't have any use for an get. Becky big time player while without having to get up a top pick. I mean it is just a classic case of inexperienced guy taking advantage of someone who doesn't fully understand what they're doing and that's why I said yesterday when this all went down. This is exciting for Kylo. Murray not just because what you're GonNa get with the Andre Hopkins in this offense with Andrea Hopkins who Christian Kirk and Larry Fitzgerald and also Kenyan Drake. They're gonNA keep who can really get involved in the past Games. Well out of the backfield but this freeze them up now they can take tackle with. The eighth overall. Pick they resigned. Dj Humphrey so the hope is you get this offensive line in good shape. You're going to be able to get more guys out into the route which is going to give him more options. Especially when you have somebody like Hopkins. It's GonNa demand attention so you're going to have more options out the route but buckets..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

16:06 min | 1 year ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bookie Brooks. What's up everybody? Dj Bucky here. Welcome to move the sticks here in Lucas Oil stadium for the NFL scouting combine. How you doing man man? I'm I'm great. Obviously it's a long week but it's a great week for us because it's an opportunity to see a Lotta washed film off all finally get a chance to see them up close and personal and not only to see them work out but to talk to them So you and I. We've talked about falling in love with the football character Some of the mistakes that we've made is when we haven't had enough Informational wet makes to get tick with this year. I'm on a mission to make sure that we find out those guys especially top guys figure what they build about one hundred percent and and you come to the combine. You get testing obviously get the medical which is very important. Also great for us to get a chance to visit with some of our buddies in the coaching fraternity as well as the general managers around the League and We're GONNA get a chance to have two conversations today with two of the best general managers in National Football League. Chris greer with the Miami Dolphins and people don't know his background how respected he is. He's armed with draft picks. He's got three first round picks he's got a couple of next year he's GonNa be the man that controls the draft for the next couple seasons. Get a chance to visit with him as well as Chris. Ballard who's built a very talented roster here in Indianapolis Chris. Bail that you talked about the way that Chris greer's revered we're Chris Bear. Ballard also has a very good reputation for building a team and putting it together and having one of the best is when it comes to the evaluation process so it'd be great to pick his brain on all things scouting how to put together team rather than collecting individual talents I can't wait to kind of keep you saw also GonNa get a chance to to preview the tight end position as well as the offensive line position a little bit later on in the show but before we get to those interviews in those positions buck now some of the news. I guess the big story here is is the lack of big hands for Joe Borough checking at just nine inches for context. Juerg off nine inch hands. Pat Mahomes nine and a quarter inch hands but it sent some people wanNA frenzy ESAB. Some people in a frizzy part of it stems from the old school belief that your quarterback needs to have big hands when you begin to think about how they're going to perform in inclement conditions. Do they have big enough hands to hold onto the ball if it's wet or slick ball those kind of factor into the old school mentality? I think we've seen enough guys with smaller hands Have Success Jared. Goff said Pretty. Respectable career led the team to a Super Pat Mahomes is the MVP and a super bowl champion. So jober didn't have anything that we've seen on film to indicate that his hands is would be an issue but it's something that we have to talk about because it come up short when you compare him to some other quarterbacks in the league yeah I think I haven't talked to anybody that's been really all that concern because as you mentioned when you watch the tape you don't see it as an issue if it confirmed an issue you saw tape and then you have small hands then may be cause for concern. I don't think it's much of a big deal. Another thing that caught my eye today in. Listen to some of these press conferences Jason Light with the bucks was asked about. Would they consider drafting a quarterback and he said no I would love? I would love to draft a quarterback and kind of couched it at some point in time. Bruce Arians. I believe went out and said you know I can win with James Winston but still stopped a little bit short full commitment there to him and that comes on the heels of just kind of a lot of buzz and rumors here around the League of people attaching a guy like Jacob Eastern to Tampa. And I don't know what you read into that this point in time but to me. I thought there's a little smoke there absolutely and I think we've had this conversation about Jacob Eastern where you kind of fits in the evaluation and I think we both Kinda talked about like. It's easy to see him. Being a first round pick and people will take them to task for maybe the lack of production or lack of consistency they displayed at U. Dub. But I think we're at a new time. Now when it comes to evaluate and quarterback. I mean if you go back to Josh Allen some issues about his consistency and accuracy but yet he is a guy that has taken in the top ten and he's had a pretty solid start to his career in buffalo albeit in a different manner. I think with Ethan thing that is so appealing to him scouts. Just love the natural talent. He's big he has a classic delivery. He has a big arm he can spin it and you see the flashes on tape of him making big time throws and then when people talk if the accused checks out there want to be a handful of office coordinator quarterback coaches just say. I have the magic touch. I can bring it out of him because of that. I think people need to get comfortable with the thought of Jacob and being a first round pick. I haven't gotten comfortable yet. Just my own personal evaluation just because of some of the consistency that you mentioned there but man. There is a lot of talent to work with and I think you'll have a big week here in Indianapolis my book. Let's let's get to our conversation here because we had a chance as I mentioned to talk to the man who really holds the keys. This draft the Miami Dolphins. Three first round picks they're loaded with picks throughout other rounds as well as the next year and look. It came at a cost. You try to make Fitzpatrick you trade a Laremy Tunsil. These are impact premier players. You got all these picks. Now you gotta make the right choices That's the challenge for Chris. Greer I think you will enjoy listening to our conversation with the dolphins general manager. I appreciate you joining us today. This first of all new format here for the combine early impressions of the Change A Lotta sitting around right now. I said which is not good for me because I'm eating but yeah but it's a a lot of downtime which is a time to catch up watching film still on some stuff and do Other things but for me just stretching it out and it's just a lot of downtime. So where does this kinda stack the evaluation process? Like you spend the fall doing the tape. And then you go and watch people work out and you do interviews. How do you wait both aspects? According but I think you know the big part like you guys been is is. The tape is a majority of it. I mean that really Kinda tells you who it is because You know with the combine. The players can kind of fake it. You know I mean guys. We'll go train. They'll get get in shape or you change their bodies. You have a guy like today. We know was overweight. Heavy comes here. He slimmed down and looks good so and then the thing has changed. I think over the years which is interesting for me is all the agents hiring former GM's and players for the interview process to coach them up until come here for you know fifteen eighteen minutes to try and you decided just the right person for your Organization for the most part you. Can't you still not enough time? You're going to have to go spend time and get me out of this setting because everything's so rehearsed and coach for these guys. Now that's the hard part of trying to really get to know who they are. One of the things. I think fascinating was talking with the head coach yesterday and he actually showed me some of the stuff that he's done to kind of provide the menu for the personnel department. Right so just kind of in terms of the ideal player for us in this in our defense. It looks like this and and had a list of five players in the league that we're kind of the premier players five players. He thought could be like real functional stars in their system. How do you guys go about doing that? Connecting WITH THE COACHING STAFF. To make sure you guys are shopping for the right groceries. Yeah that's imperative you know it's the communication has to be you know. Everyone has to be on the same page chance so. It's a lot of time with Brian and the coaching staff and the scouts. Making sure that you know whether it's prototypes or Talking about you know scheme specific stuff but at the end of the day. It's all about the communication and really spend time talking through things so that you know whether it's again talk about some of the top players but again it's it's part of that still has to be the makeup of the player you know. I mean it's you always see talented players but sometimes they may not fit for what you want you know whether it's mentally characterize etc So again talking to all that stuff. That's the only way teams win and find good player to spending a lotta time doing it. So we we spent a lot of times the staff doing that. So did you talked a lot about this. On the PODCAST POSITION LIST PLAYERS. There are so many teams that are having players that kind of bounce around and kind of these hybrids. We've seen wide receivers have run skills like wing backs we've seen corners and safety's kind of bounce around and someplace linebacker How has the versatility Lord of the game impacted the way that you evaluate prospects? Yeah definitely It's a huge part and I think the big thing is also for your roster. You know when you're you know it allows you to key players other positions you know or or do things because you have that can play. You know whether it's an offensive Lineman. They can play Guard Center. Like you said it's a corner that can play safety. Eric Road of that for us. You know so. It's finding guys like that because the game has changed so much where it spread out. It's not you know we all I started or you know fullback or I formation. Then third down here comes the third receiver I think teams are Finding ways to spread teams out and do things so you just have to adjust and be able to find ways to I guess counter is the word. I'm looking for because I think those players that have that position flexibility. Give you a tremendous amount of value on your oster. You come into this draft armed with unbelievable amount of capital here in draft picks when you look at it philosophically. I know everybody says well. We'll do whatever the board dictates. But do you envision a possibility with some of these might be even be your early ones but just the opportunity to combat nippy late the draft board a little bit based on just the sheer number of Pixie have. Yeah I think you know you're always looking forward. You always have to look a year in advance as well so you know for us. Moving up moving down standing pat. You know all those options and we've had a lot of those discussions but I think You know whatever we'll do we'll always do what's best for us but I do I. I like having the flexibility of doing that. Because it just allows you do so many things and You know It'll be a fund Busy draft a draft weekend for us. That begs the question when you talk about no-one next year's group have you guys spent time as a group studying. What the quarterback class looks like not only for this year's class but year..

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks everybody. What's going on? Welcome to move the sticks. Dj Bucky as we continue to preview the NFL scouting combine Buckeye. You don't man man. Oh Man I I love this time of year. I love Where we're headed 'cause we're going into the combine we get a chance to kind of really see everybody? And because they're so many names now the underclassmen or whatever like I mean you playing catch up like you're really trying to get after it. You've alluded to it on previous podcast. From the time you wake up to your hit his pillow. It is all about film notes reports in grades and so. I'm just excited to get a chance to get the NFC some of these guys. Run and move around and those things in. Even though I won't overreact to some of the performances that we see in indy. It will can help me kind of break. Some of those clusters that we currently have sitting on our respective boards. No doubt it's a great tiebreaker That's what the combine really functions as for for most teams here. You got similar grades on players that can kind of split the Thai. We're going to go over wide receivers and running backs today buck and at the top of the wide receiver. Sir. I want to go through the The measures as we did on the PODCAST. The other day on the quarterbacks This is just based off reception so if we look at the top ten wide receivers by you know the reception category in two thousand nineteen. This is the average of their numbers here. The average their six one and a quarter two hundred eight pounds. They ran the forty average. Four five five so all this talk about how fashion to be four five five six eight five three cone a thirty six inch vertical and then nine and three quarter inch hands. So they've got big hands Some of the The high end numbers here this big as it got from that From that sample size the tallest was six. Two and three quarters That would be Julio Jones. Two hundred twenty pounds That would be Julio Jones and Anne Robinson and Alan Robinson. Both those guys at two twenty The slowest forty was a four seven. One that was Keenan Allen. The slowest three cone was a seven one five. That was Robert Woods. the The what was it three combs nine and a half three cones Robert Woods. Seven one five for him Vertical the lowest. The lowest vertical was thirty one inches. That was Cooper Cup. then We kind of get to some of the other ones here The shortest was five. Ten and three eighths that would be Julian Edelman Hundred Ninety five pounds which was also elements. He's smallest one the fastest forties interesting here. But with all these receptions the fastest forty four four two so nobody in the four threes therefore four to that would be Dj Moore who ran that and the best Shuttle time was six six two which was also elements so Edman lack the size. And it's a great lesson if you lack the size you better make up for it with your quickness He definitely does that and The guys with ten Plus Hands Mike Thomas. Ten plus. He's ten and a half Hopkins ten Keenan Allen Ten All those guys are big big hands. They're big minutes so but the forty times I mean when I go through it here buck four five seven four five seven four seven one four five two four two four.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now sticks the Super Bowl with Daniel Jeremiah bucky brooks and read Louis. Everybody what's going on. Welcome to move the sticks. Dj Bucky ret Back with you here and Boys we got a lot to get to on this super bowl not only are takeaways from the Super Bowl game but what this means go forward in the NFL. I know Bucky and I had to interesting conversation last night about that does not know what that conversation was. It breaks with that a little bit later on it will bring him in he can keep up. Okay how we don't voice These individual bittersweet game right. Yeah it is. Ah I mean it was. It was a fun game. I mean the first three and a half quarters you know I mean it was. The game was truly in the balance and boy the chiefs. Just turn on the gas right that final six minutes certainly four kyle. Shanahan probably bringing up some old superbowl. Nightmares wasn't quite like the Falcons collapsed but man To be up ten with six minutes ago is and not win. The game is is a tough way to go. Yeah I mean this. This is a game that brings in so many things that we talked about in the skeleton world. Interplay building around your quarterback what is it true franchise quarterback What franchise quarterbacks bring beyond just their skills to hope and the optimism optimism and then we think about coaching like how you manage your roster in what you have and how you kind of minimize your your weaknesses is in enhance your strengths? All this kind of came to fruition in this game and so to me. It's kind of a fascinating watch. Nothing is one of those where evaluators will pop in this tape and look look at it over and over and over again just to look at the construction teams. Yeah there's definitely a scouting slanted this. We're going to get to as we go through these takeaways but We have one unlike read said almost bitter sweet here because we've been doing these salon Throughout the entire season last one no doubt but look the the off season shrink the NFL. We've got a lot to be excited about. And the draft traffic gets rolling. We're going to have path to the draft coming your way as well as lots of draft stuff right here. I'm with a stick so with that said. Let's finish this thing up the right way here. I'll start with my first takeaway away from this game and that was once again in a big game. It was mahomes mobility. That was the difference. Forty seconds.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks. Everybody. What's going on DJ Bucky here? Move the sticks. It is Super Bowl week biggest game of the year, which brings a lot of excitement book. But I gotta be honest with you kind of sad because this is the last ball game. We're gonna see for awhile last football game that we will see for awhile. But I'm excited to not only see this match because I think this matchup is very compelling. Sean McVeigh and Bill Belichick, but I'm also excited because now we really started out draft preparation preparations in earnest coming off the two all star games getting ready for the combine we're knee deep in the tape watching phase. And I think is going to lead to some interesting conversations as we continue to go forward. No-doubt looking forward to to all that the com- is not that far away. A lot of players to watch a of work to be done. But it is a fun time of year. We're going to we're going to do a little fun exercise here in a little bit buck. We're going to draft the rosters from the Super Bowl reach going to get ten pixel twenty picks total just in terms of picking them for this one game not drafting guys for the future. Developed. No, no, no, just which players would we want in this Super Bowl. So we're going to have a fun draft exercise. We're going to do and just a little bit. But I wanted to circle back real quick. First of all, if you if you missed any of the podcast that we did from the senior bowl out encourage you to go back and listen to them because there are some great interviews with players, you know, some of the top quarterbacks in the draft class that we're at the senior bowl, we've got a chance to sit down and visit with them as well as what I enjoyed the most was the conversation with these coaches, and I didn't get a chance to be a part of many of these interviews buck, but you and re did a wonderful job and talking with Davos Sweeney, and.

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"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dj bucky" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"And now move the sticks with Daniel, Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks what's up everybody. DJ Bucky here on move the sticks. And the college football season has come to a close and buck that was a fireworks show for a Finnish. Yeah. Unbelievable. But this is exactly what you want to see you want to see the two best teams you want to see the best players play their best, and I won't say the Alabama played their best game. But man, I was thoroughly entertained by watching a bunch of guys that we know we will see on Sundays lot NFL players on that field. And I don't want to bury the lead. Here had a one game lead coming into the picks book. All you gotta do is finish you just gotta finish. And I picked Alabama went with Nick Sabin. And and thanks a lot Nick he them. And now we've got can't win for the nine hundred year in a row. Unbelievable. Yeah. I mean, it's just kind of a believable. Go ahead. You ask your head co-head jump on there. You can jump on there and patch yourself on the back there. But you want again you and sell shared the title. Good. It feels good to be a co champion one outright the first two years this year. I co champ would Solly we kind of do a little Nebraska Michigan. I'll say he's Michigan. I'm Nebraska because we know who would have won that game tonight. Ninety seven and overall. It's cool. You know, it's Clemson two and three years, and I'll say this even though I picked Clemson to win that game. None of us all twenty eight point just but up that was that was the supplies for tell the truth. Can't tell the truth. Because no matter who I picked you had to pick the opposite to have a chance to win. If you didn't have to would you have picked Clemson to win the game. Of course, you're full of it. You would have picked Alabama, of course, and writing I Clinton a buck. This was the thought first of all we'll get to the players here in a second. But this was overwriting thought I had we talked about this a little bit off air, man. I'm just watching and I know they're winning. So that a two different. But watching how happy and how much fun and just you want your kid, and you wanna go spend three or four years someplace in watching Clemson and saying, okay, we can play the highest level, and I can have all that fun or go to Alabama where even when you win. It's just it's just tense. I mean, I think what Phil Phil savage is book was what fourth and goal every day. That's the mindset their Alabama. Now, they've they've produced a lot of great NFL players as a young as a seventeen year old kid. You gotta go spend the next three years. And you know, you're going to win it either place. Why would you ever album over? Clemson. That's my question. You know, the funny thing I kind of break this up, and I think he can be broken down into three s fun family and future. You go to clips, and you're gonna have a lot of fun. They're gonna treat you like family and your future is going to be an opportunity to play into prose because you're surrounded by great do's, and they have quite a pipeline. I don't know why you wouldn't want to go to Clemson the way they have it rolling now. And from scouting standpoint. Like, I made this note observation when I looked at them on the field with Alabama. I I believe like there's only handful of teams that are what we call like those premier programs that have the elite guys where scouts are kind of the flocking to wash them..

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