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Join us; Shopmaster and MadScientist06, as we host another exciting episode of Game Changers Radio. In our 206th show we continue our Madden 16 Ratings Debate as more ratings are revealed and we'll dive into the 2K16 Feature Leaks that happened over the weekend. We'll discuss Madden 16 Presentations and check the status of bringing NCAA Football to the NextGen Console.
You’ll hear all of that and more on the next jam packed Game Changers Radio which will be airing live Tuesday July 28th @ 9:00pm est.
Call in with your Madden 16 question! (760) 454-1156. Join the debate and call in!
QOTN: What song get’s you amped to play Madden?
1. Madden 16 Ratings
– WR Ratings
- TE Ratings
- QB Ratings
- Offensive lineman
- What will speed, deep throw accuracy have on the game
2. Bringing Back NCAA Football?
3. College basketball and the tie in with 2K Basketball
4. Madden 16 Presentation - Haven't talked much about this.
5. NBA 2K16 Soundtrack
How can the NFL make its on-field product live up to its potential?...without all the senseless interruptions, rules confusions, and ticky-tack nonsense. Former NFL linebackers Matt Chatham and Rocky Boiman join former offensive lineman Grey Ruegamer as they walk through the on-field rule changes that Roger Goodell and the league made this offseason. The guys then dive into all those aspects of the game that the league didn't address that we will all be complaining about once again in a couple short months. Illegal contact, touchbacks, and much more on another insight-packed edition of the FBF podcast!
Join hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones as they discuss the NFL draft grades for both the NFC West, and East. Our experts will breakdown the teams selections, and explain to you the fan exactly what you can expect from your teams rookies this year. So sit back relax and enjoy the next 60 minutes as our chefs discuss the NFL Draft!! A special guest will be stopping by the studio to join the conversation. Have a question? Call in 1-917-889-9592!
We have a special guest on our Thursday night edition of "The Grueling Truth" as we are joined by one of the greatest outside linebackers in NFL history. Robert Brazile was drafted in the first round of the 1975 NFL Draft out of Jackson.State University. He went on to be named the NFL's defensive rookie of the year and became the prototypical pass rushing Linebacker in a career that led to 7 staright pro bowls under the guidance of Coaching Legend Bum Phillips. Brazile was named to the NFL all-decade team for the 1970's.
In this episode of the Red Light Sports Ramble, Evan and Troy talk about the Green Bay Packers linebackers and hand out the individual grades for each player. Sit back enjoy the show and as always dial the number and talk to the boys about how you felt the Packer Linebackers played this year.
Two more position-centric shows left, and both could be knocked out tonight. Or maybe just one will. Who knows? Either way. we will most assuredly be looking at this year's crop of linebacker prospects for the first show.
Should be entertaining as usual.
Insight-packed show with three NFL veterans discuss their vastly different experiences on (and after) the NFL Draft. Former quarterback Brady Quinn (the 1st rounder) and linebackers Brady Poppinga (the mid-rounder) and Matt Chatham (the undrafted free agent) dive into all the drama a player faces both on draft day, and in the days when the job really starts after the draft.
Its time for the NFL draft and Fantasy Sports Warehouse’s on air personalities will be around for 3 hours on FSW2 for all the coverage. We are covering the 1st round of a very exciting NFL draft. We will be bringing you pick by pick analysis of the NFL Draft which is in Chicago, Il for the first time. From talking about Jaemis Winston to Marcus Mariota. The Tampa Bay Bucs have the #1 overall pick and look to pick Jamesis, but you never know for sure. QB’s, RB’s, TE’s, WR’s, Offensive Line, Special Teams, Defensive Fronts, Linebackers and Secondary’s. This will be one of the most interesting NFL drafts in a very long time. Don't miss out on all the fun with our NFL Experts - Preston Bailey , John Corrie ,Mike Bish ,Nick Ficorelli, Brandon Pemberton ,Brandon Medeiros and Ryan Palencer !
8:00 pm EST to 11:00 pm EST
On this episode of the NFL Front Office Show brought to you by the Sport City Chefs. Hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones roll out www.sportcitychefs.com final Mock Draft. Our hosts will give you pick by pick anaylsis along with insight as to why your favorite team will make there selections.Also our hosts will be joined by a guest to answer questions for you the fans as we prepare you for the NFL Draft next week!
Jeremy and Mouth discuss NFL Draft prospects from the Pac-12 and Mountain West.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 117: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion believes Marcus Mariota is more similar to Dennis Dixon than Russell Wilson.
Marcus Mariota's archetype is the Cam Newton/RG3/Kaepernick/Dennis Dixon/Johnny Manziel: running quarterbacks who predominantly ran spread or package concepts.
Mariota is tantalizing, but he's a highly nebulus prospect, a known unknown.
Ultimate Marcus Mariota frankencomp: head/brain and personality of Russell Wilson, arm of Alex Smith, the body of Dennis Dixon, and the legs of Colin Kaepernick.
Jameis Winston's 18 interceptions in 2014 represents the singular stat that confirms all preconceived notions and negative bias about Jameis Winston.
What does a JaMarcus Russell comp actually mean?
Jay Cutler's 68.3 QBR compared to Jameis Winston's 89.4 QBR is the difference between collegiate mediocrity and collegiate excellence.
Jamies Winston's propensity to throw it to linebackers in the flat is inexplicable and real problem.
College interception totals do not necessarily translate into NFL interceptions.
According to Benjamin Allbright's proprietary Upside Meter, Jameis Winston has the least room to grow of any quarterback in this draft class.
Jameis Winston's 18 interceptions during his sophomore season do not encapsulate his ability, but they do remove Peyton Manning from his prospective range of outcomes.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.