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PAUSA DE LOS DOS MINUTOS presenta: 32 equipos en 32 días. Análisis de New Orleans Saints previo a la temporada 2021 (28 de 32). Sustituir a un quarterback de Salón de la Fama es la tarea más difícil que los grandes equipos han sufrido. Ahora le corresponde a los Santos encontrar quien tome los controles que tuvo Drew Brees desde 2006 y todo dependerá de Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill o el novato Ian Book. Además se fue mucho talento de New Orleans debido a un exceso en el tope salarial. Rodolfo Vázquez, Daniel Velasco, Gildardo Figueroa, Ricardo Gómez Portugal, Rubén Mosqueira, Nathalia Toledano, Israel Guadarrama y Emmanuel Bustamante. #NFL #Saints #TodalaNFLenP2M
Florida State Football faces their first opponent of the season this Sunday in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly has had the fighting Irish rolling over the past few years. Playoff appearances are beginning to seem like the norm in South Bend but if there is a time for them to stumble it's now. They're having to replace two of the leaders on last year's playoff team in long-time quarterback Ian book and defensive leader Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. These are huge losses for the team but there are many that still believe in the Irish's ability to reload for the coming season. Offense One of the reasons for their recent success comes from their offensive scheme which is conservative enough to become innovative in the spread heavy landscape of today's football. Some staples of this scheme are: The use of multiple tight end sets- usually in bunch formations Using pre-snap motion and larger personnel to overwhelm the smaller hybrid defenders in today's defenses Lots of pulling linemen A quick and easy passing game Leveraging their running game to open up play-action shot opportunities Defense There's a new sheriff in town leading the Irish's defense. Marcus Freeman, who led one of the better defenses in the country in Cincinnati last year, is looking to translate that success to Notre Dame. The defense will trust its secondary in man coverage- much like Clark Lea's defense did before him They will feature predominately one high safety looks They have a hybrid 3 down front- that often uses linebackers as inserting lineman Heavy technique by the ends allows them to have more agile hybrid linebackers on the outside- Look for standout Safety Kyle Hamilton to potentially make an impact here These concepts are hard to grasp with mere bullet points. For a better understanding and film analysis, this video breaks down everything you need to know before watching FSU face off against the Fighting Irish. Conclusions This Irish team is a hard one to project. Transfer quarterback Jack Coan may be the answer they need to bridge the gap after Ian Book. Kyle Hamilton may be able to make Marcus Freeman's defense one of the best in the country. It's hard to know for sure. But what I do know for sure is that it's football season and there is no better time of year. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
On termine nos previews 2021 avec notre présentation complète des équipes indépendantes et on vous partage nos projections pour le College Football Playoff ! Notre Dame de l'ère post-Ian Book déjà prêt pour retourner en playoffs ? Zach Wilson est-il irremplaçable à BYU ? QB Malik Willis, l'arme fatale de Liberty ? Grégory Richard et Morgan Lagrée vous présentent les 6 programmes indépendants et font leur prédictions sur les playoffs 2021/22. Au programme : - Présentation des 6 équipes indépendantes avec un focus sur Notre Dame, BYU et Liberty. - Heisman : quels sont nos favoris ? - Playoffs : nos prédictions pour le dernier carré et le champion national. Bonne écoute !
NFC SOUTH Divisional BreakDown & WTBS Top 10 Wide Receiver List WTBS 2021 Top 10 NFL Wide Receivers-Write in Full Name Revisit Last 2020 WTBS Top 10 List-Where we were right, where we were wrong. Roland Justin Ron Ben WTBS Top 10 1.Davante Adams 1.Davante Adams 1. Davante Adams Adams 1.Davante Adams 2.Deandre Hopkins 2.Hopkins 2. Stefon Diggs 2. Hill 2.Deandre Hopkins 3.Tyreek Hill 3.Hill 3. D. Hopkins 3. Diggs 3. Tyreek HIll 4.Stefon Diggs 4.Diggs 4. Tyreke Hill 4. Hopkins 4.Stefon Diggs 5.Justin Jefferson 5.Michael Thomas 5. DK Metcalf 5. Ridley 5.Justin Jefferson 6.Allen Robinson 6.Jefferson 6. AJ Brown 6. Jefferson 6. 7.Michael Thomas 7.Allen Robinson 7. Keenan Allen 7. Metcalf 7. 8. Julio Jones 8.Aj brown 8. J. Jefferson 8. Robinson 8 9. Calvin Ridley 9. Ridley 9. CeeDee Lamb 9. Evans 9. 10. DK Metcalf 10.Julio Jones 10. Amari Cooper 10. Lamb 10. *Honorable Mentions: Sonya Curry NFC South NFC South 2020 Year In Review: Saints Win 4th Divisional Title In a Row/Bucs Win the Super Bowl/Brees Retires New Orleans Saints win fourth consecutive NFC South title Bucs Heavy Favorites to win the NFC South in 2021 NFC South Division Betting Preview: Can Anyone Beat the Buccaneers? New Orleans Saints- Division Champs 2020 Record: 12-4 (6-2 @ Home/6-2 Away/6-0 against Division/Won Division/Lost in Divisional Round v Tampa Bay 20-30) 8 games decided by Touchdown (7 points) points or less.. (5-3 in those games) Saints Storyline: Drew Brees Retires, so now what? Who will be the new starting QB? Jameis Winston vs. Taysom Hill: Who is winning the Saints' QB battle to replace Drew Brees? 2021 Saints Key Playmakers: 2021 Season Bets/Notable Props To Win Super Bowl +2800 To Win NFC Championship +1300 2021 Season Total: o/u 9 (+130) To Win NFC South +300 To Make Playoffs YES (+110)/NO (-140) Jameis Winston to Win MVP +5000 Jameis Winston to WIn Comeback Player of the Year (+1200) 2021 Additions: Jeff Heath (S-Raiders), Nick Vannett (TE-Broncos), Tanoh Kpassagnon (EDGE-Chiefs), Aldrick Rosas (K-Jaguars), Devonta Freeman (RB-Giants), Round 1, pick 28 – Payton Turner, DE, Houston, Round 2, pick 60 – Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State, Round 3, pick 76 – Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford, Round 4, pick 133 – Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame, Round 6: No. 206 – Landon Young, OT, Kentucky, Round 7, pick 255 – Kawaan Baker, WR, South Alabama 2021 Key Departures: Drew Brees (QB-Retirement), Sheldon Rankins (DL-Jets), Emmanuel Sanders (WR-BIlls), Janoris Jenkins (CB-Titans), Jared Cook (TE-Chargers), Malcolm Brown (DL-Jaguars) 2021 Schedule: #22th Ranked SOS based on 2020 Win % Saints 2021 Season Predictions/Bets: Ben: Ron: Roland: 9-8 or 10-7 Justin: 8-9 WTBS Pod Bet?: Saints 2021 Fantasy Outlook: Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 2nd Place 2020 Record: 11-5 (5-3 @ Home/6-2 Away/3-3 against Division/2nd Place in NFC South/Won Super Bowl v Chiefs 30-9) Were 7-5 before winning 8 in a row.. Includes last 4 regular season games and 4 playoff games 6 games decided by Touchdown (7 points) points or less.. (3-3 in those games) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Storyline: Can they repeat? They bring the whole roster back... WIll offense be even better this year? The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Are Turning The Page To A New Season 2020 Bucs Key Playmakers: 2021 Season Bets/Notable Props To Win Super Bowl +550 To Win NFC Championship +300 2021 Season Total: o/u 11.5 (-160) To Win NFC South -220 To Make Playoffs Yes -600/No +400 Tom Brady to Win MVP +1200 2021 Additions: Gio Bernard (RB-Bengals), Antonio Hamilton (CB-Chiefs), Round 1, pick 32 – Joe Tryon, LB, Washington, Round 2, pick 64 – Kyle Trask, QB, Florida, Round 3, pick 95 – Robert Hainsey, G, Notre Dame , Round 4, pick 129 (from SEA) – Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas, Round 5, pick 176 – K.J. Britt, LB, Auburn, Round 7, pick 251 – Chris Wilcox, CB, BYU, Round 7, pick 259 – Grant Stuard, LB, Houston 2021 Key Departures: Joe Haeg (G-Steelers), Ryan Smith (CB-Ch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Notre Dame enters the 2021 college football season ranked 7th in the Coaches Poll and 9th in the AP Poll. These high expectations are in spite of the fact they lose veteran quarterback Ian Book and a plethora of starters on both sides of the ball. In this episode, the Bros discuss whether Brian Kelly, transfer QB Jack Coan, and the Irish should be given the benefit of the doubt, or if fans should expect a significant step back in 2021.
The Saints take the pre-season field against a depleted Ravens and look like what we expected with some defensive highs and offensive lows. Per usual, when it doesn't matter, the Pelicans can't be stopped as the Summer League Buzz Saw finishes churning through opponents and leaves us with some options and optimism. Good luck getting a refund at the Superdome! Don't point guns at cats! This one is loaded! We're sponsored by: Ale on Oak, and Jansen Petagna at French Quarter Realty. Theme song by Mike Wiebe of Drakulas, Riverboat Gamblers, and the Zach and Mike Make 3 podcast available now everywhere.
It's that time of year again where we preview every team in the ACC, plus Notre Dame. For this episode, we're focused on the ACC Atlantic. Of course, Clemson has dominated the Atlantic and the ACC since 2016, but there are a number of huge departures for the Tigers on offense this season. NC State is primed and ready to contend, returning 18 starters and bringing back a healthy Devin Leary at quarterback. If there's a window of opportunity that's open, it's in Raileigh. Wake Forest and Boston College figure to be firmly in the mix and should be tough outs for any team in the conference. Then there are the bottom three. We look at the challenges ahead for Lousiville and how they plan to fill the holes left by three stud playmakers on offense. Can Florida State begin to take a step forward in a positive direction in year 2 under Mike Norvell? And we discuss the abysmal situation that is Syracuse football and why we expect this to be Dino Babers final season manning the orange. Then there's Notre Dame. Brian Kelly is four wins away from passing Knute Rockne as the winning-est coach in school history. However, there's a very new look to the offense with Jack Coan at quarterback with the graduation of Ian Book. There are also four new offensive lineman in what appears to be a run-first offense, and some key departures on defense that will be difficult to replace. It's an episode you won't want to miss as we are rapidly approaching the start to the 2021 college football season!
The New Orleans Saints wasted no time getting their roster cut down to the league-required 85-man roster. The had reportedly already made all of their cuts before their Sunday practice including one surprise move the were forced to make, which re-opens another big hole at kicker. Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill saw similar numbers of opportunities (passes thrown and snaps taken) on Saturday. That trend didn't change when personnel groupings are broken down. But with a look at Ian Book's personnel frequency shows exactly what the Saints wanted to use for their evaluation of the rookie QB. WR turned TE Juwan Johnson put on an impressive show when he was the only tight end on the field, Marquez Callaway made the plays a #1 should make, and Tony Jones Jr. got a little help from his friends. Updating a 53-man roster projection after the handful of roster cuts and Saturday's action gives way to Tony Jone Jr, Easop Winston, and Chase Hansen who all impressed. But the fate of Devonta Freeman and Latavius Murray may hang in the balance come the 53-man trim down. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The New Orleans Saints drop their first preseason game to the Baltimore Ravens 17-14 on the back of six turnovers. While the score doesn't mean much, the play of some of the young stars absolutely does. Still not much separation between Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill, though one led more successful drives. Ian Book struggles and the running back room is in for a busy Sunday night workout after committing three fumbles. On the offensive side, WR Marques Callaway, RB Tony Jones Jr., TE Juwan Johnson, and offensive lineman Cesar Ruiz all stood out with successful days. But it was perhaps Zack Baun who surprised the most with a remarkable first outing after finally having an offseason to work on his transition to off-ball linebacker. Along with Baun, the rest of the linebacker depth performed extremely well, David Onyemata put on a show, and rookie CB Paulson Adebo made an impact across several areas of the game. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. StatHero StatHero, the FIRST Ever Daily Fantasy Sportsbook that gives the PLAYER the ADVANTAGE. Go to StatHero.com/LockedOn for 300% back on your first play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We do a rundown of the expectations and possibilities for Notre Dame in 2021. We talk schedule, Brian Kelly managing without Ian Book. How Jack Coan will fare at QB. And how Notre Dame gets a bad rap when it comes to comparisons against Clemson and Alabama.
The New Orleans Saints were back outside for Training Camp Day 6. On today's episode of Locked On Saints, Ross Jackson highlights the biggest stories including Keith Washington headed to injured reserve, the signing of Adonis Alexander, absences, and the first interception thrown by Jameis Winston in team drills. What's next as these QBs continue to look neck-and-neck in competition? Starting on the offensive side, players like Ian Book, Cesar Ruiz, and Adam Trautman have good days. But in terms of the most impressive offensive player on day six, Jalen McCleskey takes the cake. As for the defensive side, it's the young players again that are on the rise. Paulson Adebo, Payton Turner, Carl Granderson and more young defenders put on a show at Saints Camp day 6 with three interceptions combined in one-on-ones and team drills. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLASupport Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We're officially declaring this the start of season 2 and fittingly, our guest, Tommy Rees, is about to enter his second year calling plays for the offense. After breaking out a new intro, we discuss Luke meeting the other coordinator, defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman, at the Rockne Gala in Chicago last week. The man knows how to command a room. With Tommy, we talk playbook development, quarterback evaluation, his relationship with Ian Book, and his own playing career under the Golden Dome. The rumors are true-Tommy would like to come back as an offensive guard in his next life. After a fun interview, we discuss the item sweeping the college football news cycle-conference realignment. One of us really doesn't care for conferences and the other is growing very tired of Texas A&M fans. This episode was a blast, so be sure to check it out, as well as the written work we've recently put out on the site!
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team preview series with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the Irish roster and project just where Notre Dame will be finish this upcoming season. Is this the year Brian Kelly takes the next step for Notre Dame? Will Jack Coan be able to fill the shoes for Ian Book? How will Marcus Freeman be with the Notre Dame defense? Does the Irish schedule break well for them? Will the Notre Dame offensive line be able to make up for all the losses? We talk it all on this special Notre Dame Fighting Irish edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Breaking down the biggest stories around the New Orleans Saints from this week including former Saints cornerback Janoris Jenkins saying that the Saints organization is the best he's been a part of, alternate helmets starting in 2022, and more! Then, Andrew Doak joins to talk about the draft selections made by the New Orleans Saints in the 2021 NFL Draft. How soon will Payton Turner develop? Can Pete Werner jump into a starting role right away? And will Paulson Adebo find his way to the field his rookie season? All those questions and more including Ian Book, Landon Young, and Kawaan Baker! Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Saints Podcast on these platforms…
1. This is the first year of the post-Drew Brees era for the Saints. Thus, all eyes are on the looming training camp battle between Taysom Hill and Jameis Winston to be the starting QB Week 1 in New Orleans. As of right now, what is your most educated guess as to which of those two will be under center for the Saints September 12 against the Packers? 2. Given the COVID-related salary cap reduction this season, the Saints cap issues were further magnified this year. Moreover, according to OverTheCap.com, the Saints are projected to start the 2022 league year nearly $15 million above the cap, $14.847 million to be exact. This means, they will likely have to get super creative as they try to re-sign their two 2017 first-round picks, Marshon Lattimore and Ryan Ramczyk. Which one of those two do you believe is most likely to re-sign in New Orleans long-term? Can you see the Saints eventually re-signing both? 3. In the 2021 NFL Draft, the Saints used all of their picks in the premium rounds (rounds 1-3) on defense. In the first round, they selected pass-rushing DE Payton Turner out of Houston. Next, in the second round, they selected Ohio State LB Pete Werner, and they traded up 22 spots in the third to select Stanford CB Paulson Adebo. Which of those three rookies do you see making the biggest impact for the Saints this season? 4. In the fourth round, the Saints took another roll of the proverbial QB dice with Ian Book out of Notre Dame. During the pre-draft process, a draft analyst friend of mine who I trust said that Ian Book should switch positions and become a running back. Thus, when the Saints took him, I was wondering if they view him as Taysom Hill's eventual replacement, especially if Hill is a cap casualty after this season. Do the Saints see Ian Book that way? 5. Aside from the Jameis/Taysom competition, what are the biggest Saints training camp position battles to keep an eye on? 6. Before we proceed, I am pleased to announce that we're beginning a very special series of episodes on Women In Sports. This podcast intends to help promote and empower women in all facets of the sports industry as much as possible, from cheerleaders, reporters, agents and managers, to coaches and athletes. And speaking of women in sports, several major glass ceilings have just been smashed in the NFL. In the past month, Kelly Kleine and Catherine Raiche, became the two highest-ranked female scouting executives in NFL history. Would you be surprised if we saw the first ever woman NFL GM some time this decade? 7. In your career on the NFL beat, was there ever a moment where you felt that you were treated unfairly because you're a woman? What should us men do to help create and ensure the safest, most equitable work environment possible for women in sports, or in any other high-profile industry?
Saints fans shared which New Orleans Saints players weren't getting enough conversation, so we picked three to give some shine; Jalen Dalton, JT Gray, and Carl Granderson. Former New Orleans Saints QB JT O'Sullivan joins to discuss his Ian Book analysis videos, what type of improvement he saw over two years and his ability to fit into Sean Payton's offensive system. O'Sullivan also talks a bit about his time in New Orleans with Mike McCarthy, Jake Delhomme, and Aaron Brooks and gives some insight on the Saints' current offensive system and how it has remained atop the game. Follow JT on Twitter @jt_osullivan Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Check out The QB School on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheQBSchool Ian Book Analysis Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sP5w-R3mN8 Ian Book Analysis Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efZVF4PW5iQ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Of the teams most likely to trade for Julio Jones, which gives the New Orleans Saints the best possible outcome? Even if Jones isn't traded, he hasn't been a big enough threat for the Atlanta Falcons against the Saints in the first place. Some surprising numbers on Julio Jones' inefficiency against New Orleans. The New Orleans Saints surprised the draft world by selecting Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. What Jeff Ireland and the Saints like about him, what needs to be built upon, and what template already exists for Book's development. Looking ahead to the Saints' 2021 schedule. Their week 2 opponent, the Carolina Panthers have undergone massive change. Locked On Saints dives in on what's changed since the two teams last met and poses the biggest questions ahead of their earlier matchup. Will Sam Darnold be in rhythm with his new offense that early, if at all? Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former Irish quarterback Brady Quinn joins the podcast to discuss Ian Book's NFL potential with the New Orleans Saints, what challenges Jack Coan is facing trying to step in as ND's starting quarterback, how the Irish can put freshman Tyler Buchner in a position to succeed, what the ND offense can become under offensive coordinator Tommy Rees and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen offer predictions in "Place Your Bets" (30:32) before answering questions from Twitter (44:02). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Saints Head Coach Sean Payton and Rich discuss how different this year’s draft was due to limitations because of Covid-19 restrictions, reveals which player New Orleans wanted to trade up into the top ten to draft, why the team’s QB competition might not be limited to just Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill, what impressed him about Ian Book that led to the Saints drafting the Notre Dame QB, if he and the other Competition Committee members will ever get rid of the NFL’s controversial End Zone/Pylon Fumble Rule, and his reaction to Kevin James portraying him in the forthcoming Netflix movie ‘Home Team.’ Rich and TJ recap his ‘Price Is Right’ appearance with a THOROUGH breakdown of his “number of mind-boggling mistakes” that culminated with him overbidding in the final Showcase Showdown. And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The New Orleans Saints drafted rookies and UDFAs have their initial numbers, the Saints have their new Director of Pro Personnel along with a familiar face returning to the scouting team, and former New Orleans Saints TE Josh Hill retires. Former Notre Dame QB Ian Book very likely won't challenge for the starting QB role for the New Orleans Saints, but he and Trevor Siemian may still be locked up in a competition of their own. Sixth-round selection Landon Young has the tools to see the field early as. sixth man or top depth option at tackle. His track record throughout college in the SEC should instill confidence in Saints fans should he need to see the field. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Nugenix Text now, and they’ll include a bottle of Nugenix Thermo, their most powerful fat incinerator ever with key ingredients to help you get back in shape, absolutely free! Text DRAFT to 2-3-1-2-3-1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We recap the 2021 NFL Draft and grade how each team performed. What teams had the best drafts? Which clubs whiffed on their picks? The Pros will tell you! Sponsors: BlueChew - If you could benefit from extra confidence when it’s time to perform, try BlueChew for FREE when you use our promo code FANTASYPROS at checkout -- all you pay is $5 shipping. That’s go.bluechew.com/fantasypros, promo code FANTASYPROS to receive your first month FREE. Underdog Fantasy - Underdog’s got everything -- daily fantasy Snake Drafts, season-long and playoff Best Ball, and a new easy-to-play Pick’em format. Look up Underdog Fantasy in your app store or go to underdogfantasy.com. After you make your first deposit, enter our code "FantasyPros" to support the show. With our code, they’ll giveaway a FREE $25 with every deposit. Head over to underdogfantasy.com to get your free Best Ball Mania entry now. Timestamps: ARI - 0:04:41 Rondale Moore - 0:06:12 ATL - 0:07:36 Kyle Pitts - 0:07:36 Mike Davis - 0:10:55 BAL - 0:11:58 Rashod Bateman/Tylan Wallace - 0:15:26 BUF - 0:16:52 Marquez Stevenson - 0:18:14 CAR - 0:20:12 Terrace Marshall - 0:21:02 CHI - 0:25:52 Justin Fields - 0:26:53 CIN - 0:31:19 Joe Mixon - 0:33:51 CLE - 0:34:18 Anthony Schwartz - 0:37:11 DAL - 0:37:51 DEN - 0:41:17 Javonte Williams - 0:43:08 DET - 0:46:06 GB - 0:48:59 HOU - 0:51:26 Davis Mills - 0:53:00 IND - 0:54:01 JAC - 0:56:40 Travis Etienne - 0:57:23 KC - 1:00:52 LAC - 1:02:54 Larry Rountree - 1:04:20 LAR - 1:05:33 Tutu Atwell - 1:06:14 Jacob Harris - 1:08:05 LV - 1:08:43 MIA - 1:11:45 MIN - 1:14:15 Kellen Mond - 1:15:55 Ihmir Smith-Marsette - 1:16:31 NE - 1:16:57 Rhamondre Stevenson/Sony Michel - 1:17:52 Mac Jones - 1:19:22 NO - 1:20:44 Ian Book - 1:21:29 NYG - 1:22:35 Kadarius Toney - 1:23:27 NYJ - 1:25:47 Zach Wilson - 1:27:30 Michael Carter - 1:28:20 PHI - 1:28:45 Kenneth Gainwell - 1:29:50 PIT - 1:31:28 Najee Harris - 1:33:09 SEA - 1:34:09 D'Wayne Eskridge - 1:35:15 SF - 1:36:29 Trey Sermon - 1:37:15 Elijah Mitchell - 1:38:02 TB - 1:38:32 TEN - 1:39:57 WAS - 1:43:31 Dyami Brown - 1:45:03
Sacramento Bee top headlines: Mass email chain at California state office sparks racial talk, Placerville affirms Old Hangtown nickname and Oak Ridge's Ian Book drafted to NFL's New Orleans Saints.
Chuck opens Monday’s show by talking about the new record set by the SEC in the NFL Draft. He then talks about what happened to Trevon Grimes over the weekend. We recap the NFL Draft with “Front Office Los” Carlos Medina of 680 The Fan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris recaps the second and third day of the 2021 NFL Draft, shares his thoughts on Ian Book, Paulson Adebo, Kawaan Baker and why Saints fans need to stay patient.
Greg Cosell joins Ross Tucker on today's podcast to recap Day 2 & Day 3 of the 2021 NFL Draft specifically: - Davis Mills to Houston (3:30) - Kellon Mond to Minnesota (7:12) - Kyle Trask to Tampa (9:33) - Ian Book to New Orleans (11:58) Greg & Ross also discuss a few undrafted guys including: Jamie Newman (14:27) & Jaret Patterson (18:57). RossTucker.com/Sponsors linktr.ee/RossTuckerPod
After months of scouting, the Draft is over and all of the dynasty fantasy football prospects have new teams. We wanted to get our first rankings episode out to you all as quick as possible so they can be a resource for you if you have a draft that's quickly approaching. Follow us on Twitter @DeepDiveDynasty where we will continuously update our rankings throughout the offseason. You can also DM us there to ask about any particular prospect you're interested in learning more about. You can also find our tiered rookie rankings there, they're our pinned tweet. Thank you for all your reviews and support! Here are the rankings with timestamps: #1 Trevor Lawrence – 1:14 #2 Trey Lance – 2:36 #3 Justin Fields – 4:01 #4 Zach Wilson – 6:02 #5 Najee Harris – 7:41 #6 Ja’Marr Chase – 9:24 #7 Kyle Pitts – 10:20 #8 Travis Etienne – 11:35 #9 Devonta Smith – 13:39 #10 Mac Jones – 15:05 #11 Jaylen Waddle – 16:52 #12 Rashod Bateman – 17:53 #13 Javonte Williams – 18:55 #14 Elijah Moore – 20:34 #15 Terrace Marshall – 21:45 #16 Kadarius Toney – 24:06 #17 Rondale Moore – 26:49 #18 Trey Sermon – 28:13 #19 Nico Collins – 29:56 #20 Amon-Ra St. Brown – 31:34 #21 Amari Rodgers – 33:52 #22 Pat Freiermuth – 35:03 #23 Dyami Brown – 37:10 #24 Kellen Mond – 38:59 #25 Kyle Trask – 39:15 #26 D’Wayne Eskridge – 39:59 #27 Davis Mills – 41:21 #28 Michael Carter – 42:50 #29 Chuba Hubbard – 44:04 #30 Tylan Wallace – 44:46 #31 Josh Palmer – 45:28 #32 Tutu Atwell – 46:25 #33 Kenneth Gainwell – 48:13 #34 Tre McKitty – 49:25 #35 Ian Book – 50:37 #36 Brevin Jordan – 52:02 #37 Kylen Granson – 53:05 #38 Tommy Tremble – 53:43 #39 Rhamondre Stevenson – 54:08 #40 Dez Fitzpatrick – 54:57 #41 Jacob Harris – 56:02 #42 Ihmir Smith-Marsette – 56:58 #43 Jaelon Darden – 57:57 #44 Anthony Schwartz – 58:40 #45 Hunter Long – 59:12 #46 Chris Evans – 1:00:08 #47 Cornell Powell – 1:01:52 #48 Simi Fehoko – 1:02:38 Seth Williams – 1:04:06 Dazz Newsome – 1:04:45 Here is an explanation to the Dynasty Buy of the Week segment that we do every week: One of the two co-hosts, alternating every week, chooses a player that they think is undervalued in dynasty and needs to be either be added or traded for in your dynasty leagues. They then create 5 hints that make it progressively easier for the other co-host to guess which player it is. We tally up how the guesser does each week, giving more points for guessing correctly with as few hints as possible. At the end of each year, we'll track who did best over the course of the year. Of course, at the end of each week's segment, we'll break down why that player deserves to be the Dynasty Buy of the Week.
The New Orleans Saints shocked again with the fourth-round selection of Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book. What's the plan with the winningest quarterback in Fighting Irish history? It's not to be a Taysom Hill clone, but Sean Payton isn't going to "put a ceiling" on the young prospect. Kentucky OL Landon Young provides strength and explosion via late-round investment after the Saints trade up to grab him. Whether he'll be depth or development will come down to his ability to adjust to the NFL game. South Alabama wide receiver Kawaan Baker gets the final draft nod by New Orleans. 27 touchdowns in his four years, with 12 different quarterbacks is pretty impressive. But so are his testing results and versatility. This seventh-rounder could have a clear path to the roster if he goes well. Notes on every single UDFA so far, including a lifelong New Orleans Saints fan, former special teams player of the year, and which prospects have the clearest path to the roster in a premiere UDFA destination. Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Nugenix Text now, and they’ll include a bottle of Nugenix Thermo, their most powerful fat incinerator ever with key ingredients to help you get back in shape, absolutely free! Text DRAFT to 2-3-1-2-3-1. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A new era kicks off for Notre Dame football this Friday as an Ian Book-less Irish take the field for the first time this Saturday. Get your self in the streaming mindset and join the always popular HLS Sim before you try to figure out how to get Peacock by 12:30 PM EDT on Saturday. All eyes will be on the Irish QB situation and the most accurate of all sports prediction methods will give you a preview of what we will all be talking about until fall camp. Don't worry, the HLS Sim still has that special "something" as it always does. In fact, we end up hitting a moment that I dubbed "peak sim" towards the end of the game. And if you're wondering whether or not a certain freshman QB ends up playing...well...you'll have to see (or hear) for yourself. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/support
Nick wonders if Ian Book is better than Drew Lock and Cecil wonders if Lock would be the last guy picked now. Cecil is worried that it took too long for Drew Lock to care and now it’s gone. Nick says a decision has been made and there is a plan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis joins the podcast to discuss his experiences advising college players on NFL decisions, what he liked about Tom Brady as a draft prospect, how to evaluate quarterback prospects, his projection of Ian Book, his favorite QB in the 2021 NFL Draft, how to prepare wide receivers to play in a college offense and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen make NFL Draft predictions in Place Your Bets (29:20) before answering questions from Twitter (36:45). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks react to the recent workout that North Dakota State QB prospect Trey Lance put on for NFL Scouts (1:11). Next, DJ and Bucky discuss the New York Jets and how they can rebuild over the next two seasons (6:37). After that, the hosts take a look at Clemson QB prospect Trevor Lawrence, and discuss the deep dive 360 podcast now available on Apple iTunes and Spotify (8:22). Later, Trent Dilfer joins the show to give a scouting report on Alabama QB prospect Mac Jones and discuss what time of team is likely to draft him (10:53). Next, DJ and Bucky take you inside the "Move the Sticks Body Shop," naming the players the New England Patriots need to draft in order to fix the team (16:16). Then, the discuss Ohio State QB prospect Justin Fields and the best NFL fits for him in this year's draft (19:47). After that, the duo spin the wheel of prospects naming quarterbacks, such as Kyle Trask and Ian Book, who could be great fits for NFL teams (26:12). To wrap up the show, it's "Pro on Prospect" as former NDSU QB Easton Stick evaluates Trey Lance before DJ and Bucky speak with Lance one on one (29:33). Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network.
On this episode of The FlakesCast, Doug Flutie starts by giving his thoughts on Julian Edelman's retirement and Trevor Lawrence's comments about his life outside football. Then former Notre Dame QB Ian Book joins the show to discuss his mindset heading into the NFL Draft next week and what he loved about playing for the Irish. Finally, as always, Doug answers your Twitter questions!
The Cover 3 crew opens up the big ole bag of mail to answer your questions! First, Ed Orgeron says he and former five-star tight end Arik Gilbert are discussing his potential return to LSU, does that change our expectations for Gilbert or the Tigers (2:00). Then, how offensive lineman have evolved over time (6:30), whether Nick Saban in an elite in-game coach and if not who stands out (15:00) and what Name, Image and Likeness might mean for high school highlight reels (29:30). Plus, would you rather draft Kellen Mond or Ian Book, and is Notre Dame's playoff-era ceiling what Texas A&M fans should expect or can the Aggies achieve more (41:15)? Cover 3 is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Watch Cover 3 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cover3 Follow our hosts on Twitter: @Chip_Patterson, @TomFornelli, @DannyKanell, @BudElliott3 For more college football coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy FriYAY! Today on the show Scott Bischoff, Kennedy Broadwell, and Kory Woods recap Opening Day at The Brass Rail! Plus: Bears Apparently Had Talks With Notre Dame’s Ian Book during Pro DayShould April Fools Day Be Canceled?
Pro Football Focus Analyst Michael Renner joins the podcast to preview Notre Dame Football's Pro Day. Jac and Michael discuss Ian Book's draft projections, which Notre Dame player might surprise people in the NFL Draft and which ND prospect will make the biggest impact on the NFL.
The 49ers, Dolphins, and Eagles engaged in a trading bonanza this week involving a number of high-end draft picks. Sean and Tim discuss the implications of these trades, and the latest free agent signings (3:45) before profiling the rest of the 2021 rookie quarterback class including: Zach Wilson (19:47) Mac Jones (31:51) Justin Fields (39:58) Davis Mills (45:47) Kellen Mond (50:27) Jamie Newman (57:55) Kyle Trask (1:00:44) and Ian Book (1:07:00). Leave a rating and review where you listen to STEAL, and join the conversation on The STEAL Pod Facebook group.
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks react to recent pro days from Penn State, South Carolina and Alabama (:48). Then, Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book joins as he discusses the culture at Notre Dame and how the school prepared him for the NFL (8:12). After that, the guys spin the wheel of prospects, which is when they pick a player for the team the wheel lands on (16:12). Next, the duo go into the body shop, as they explain how they would fix the Miami Dolphins through the draft (22:06). Following that, the guys give 5 players to watch at upcoming pro days (33:20). To wrap up the show, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks answer Twitter questions in a special new episode of Move the Sticks (39:03). Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network.
BlueandGold.com's Mike Singer and Lou Somogyi gather to continue their position-by-position series to preview what to expect this spring. The guys discuss Notre Dame's offensive line and defensive line in this episode. What/who are the X-factors of the groups? Are the units better than they were in 2020? At the end of the show, Mike interviews former Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book.
On this episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles, Greg welcomes NFL Films and NFL Matchup analyst Greg Cosell to review the Patriots' offense with Cam Newton, the veterans possibly available, and a first look at the top QB draft picks. Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast Hosts: Greg Bedard & Nick Cattles. On this episode: 1:45: Cosell on the Patriots' offense and how Cam Newton performed 6:15: Can Newton be better in Year 2 with a better supporting cast? 10:00: Veteran candidates - Gardner Minshew 12:00: Marcus Mariota 12:45: Sam Darnold 14:00: Andy Dalton 16:15: Draftable QBs - Mac Jones 20:00: Justin Fields 23:33: Trey Lance 25:30: Kellen Mond 27:00: Kyle Trask, Ian Book, Jamie Newman, David Mills 32:00: Possible surprise, Sam Ehlinger from Texas
On episode No. 175 of The Draft Analysts, Chris Tripodi and Tony Pauline welcome Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback Ian Book to the show to discuss how his career at South Bend started and ended and everything in between, his experience at the Senior Bowl and the overlap between his strengths and weaknesses as a player, among many other topics.Presented by eBay, the world's best destination for discovering great value and unique selection
Paul and Matt kick of the 2021 Tier Buster Series with the Quarterback class. They discuss what traits, characteristics, NFL Role, Draft Projection, and Dynasty Rookie Draft Projection make up their four unique tiers. Following that, Paul shares his thoughts on the quarterback class as a whole and why it is such a special class. Next, they discuss 14 quarterbacks, putting them into the four different tiers. Paul goes through each of his tiers and ranks them within the tiers as well. They go into detail on many of these quarterbacks and discuss their traits, developmental areas and overall upside. The quarterbacks discussed include Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields, Trey Lance, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones, Kyle Trask, Jamie Newman, Kellen Mond, Sam Ehlinger, Davis Mills, Ian Book, Feleipe Franks, KJ Costello and Shane Buechele To purchase the S2S Premium Notebooks for $9.99 or to read the full descriptions of what is in each notebooks, click here. Sponsors: Scouting Academy Hosts: Matt Caraccio (@matty_S2S) Paul Perdichizzi (@paulie23ny) Editor: David Nakano (@KawikaNakano) Website: Saturday2SundayFootball (@s2sfootball) #Devy, #NFLDraft, #CollegeFootball, #Dynasty #Rankings
Ty and Dan field quarterback-related questions, ranging from Penn State's depth chart to favorite quarterback-to-different-position conversions and USC's weird path to finding its top signal callers. Plus, Dan laments a snowy Chicago winter and has a heart-to-heart about shoveling strategies.
Emory Hunt joins for today's episode to break down the Senior Bowl performances of college football notables like Kellen Mond, Michael Carter and Ian Book. Host: Trey Scott Guest: Emory Hunt Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Matthew Coller and former Minnesota Viking quarterback Sage Rosenfels get together again for the first time since this summer and they just shoot the breeze on quarterback talk. Sage discusses training NFL prospect Ian Book from Notre Dame and what the difference is between college and the NFL. They talk about what makes Patrick Mahomes so special in a QB's eyes, why Tom Brady's last dance is really fun for Sage to watch, how DeShaun Watson would change the Vikings if they somehow traded for him and more.
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a special new episode of Move the Sticks. To start off, Bucky talks with Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book about his Senior Bowl week, the culture at Notre Dame and what he wants to showcase to scouts (1:10). Next, Bucky speaks with Washington defensive tackle Levi Onwuzurike as he discusses who he models his game after, why Washington is a special place to play and he also tells stories of playing with Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray in high school (9:21). After that, the guys recap the first two days of Senior Bowl practices by focusing on who stood out, pick which position group looked the deepest and much more (18:21). Move the Sticks is a part of the NFL Podcasts Network.
Dan and the Dannettes react to this past weekend's NFL and College Football actions. Ross Tucker tells Dan that ultimately it is the coaches job to remind your young DB to not go for the double move. Ross says that yesterday was still a great day for the Jets. Chris Simms tells Dan the the NFL MVP race is a two man race and he is bias to Rodgers over Mahomes. Chris and Dan ponder what Rodgers would look like in the KC offense. Plus, Ian Book admits that he is looking forward to the NFL. Dan and Ian practice answering questions for the upcoming NFL combine. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers