Brian Jones from CBS Sportsradio joined Mad Radio and they discussed the NFL Draft and which direction the Texans should go with the first pick as well as his thoughts on Johnny Manziel and Teddy Bridgewater.
Mr. College Football Tony Barnhart joins Nick and Lopez. We talk about some of the top prospects in this years draft. Tony gives his thoughts on Mark Emmert and the current state of the NCAA.
B-Straw and Pauly G embark on a cross-country trip to San Francisco and Louisville. On their first stop in San Fran, they are joined by John Dickinson from KGMZ 95.7 “The Game”. Dickinson gives an update on 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith’s latest incident. The 24 year-old was taken into custody by LAX airport police, after he became belligerent and made a comment to a TSA officer that he had a bomb when he was selected for a secondary screening. The 49ers have been plagued with off-field issues in the past month. Steve Andress from WDRB-TV Louisville, joins the guys next to talk about Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s “shaky” private workouts. The poor feedback his workouts are receiving from NFL experts could prove costly to his draft status.
What The Rule of 26-27-60 Tells Us Four-Years Later — And What It Says About Manziel, Bortles, Bridgewater, etc.
By John P. Lopez Four-years ago Sports Illustrated asked me to write a piece about the NFL’s Wonderlic test — does it really work or say anything about whether a prospect can succeed in the […]
Sigmund Bloom from Footballguys.com joined Mad Radio and they discussed the NFL Draft and what to expect from the Texans, Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles.
Doug Farrar from SI.com joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Texans and their options with the first pick in the draft, his thoughts on Manziel, Bridgewater and Clowney and what type of offense we should expect to see from Bill O’Brien.
Mike Meltser disagrees with John Lopez’s demand for a QB at number one
Ian Rapoport joined The Triple Threat to discuss what he knows of the Colin Kaepernick situation, Zach Mettenberger’s pro-day, and if there is still a “big three” at quarterback or if Teddy Bridgewater has fallen off.
By John P. Lopez The tail, finally and interminably, is wagging the dog. The Texans’ front-office has won its game of ruse. From the days of fans and media clamoring — begging — for […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) “BOOM!” That was immediately followed by ooohs, aaahhhs, claps and cheers. The “Boom” came courtesy of George Whitfield, the Quarterback Guru working with Texas A&M’s most famous soon-to-be NFLer. The crowd, likely […]