Episode 265: NFC Team by Team Draft Recaps

Paul is joined by special guest, Thor Nystrom (@thorku) of Rotoworld. The two of them recap the draft classes team by team for every NFC team. For each team, they state every draft pick, share their favorite picks, value picks, questionable picks and an overview of the teams full draft class. Thor also shares his draft grade for every team. 

The first division discussed was the teams in the NFC East, followed by the NFC North, then the NFC South and lastly the NFC West. 

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Episode 264: Two Round Dynasty Rookie Mock Draft

Paul is joined by Tyler Guenthner (@DHH_Tyler), cohost of the DynastyHH Podcast and Shane Manila (@DFF_Shane), cohost of the DynastyTradesHQ podcast and DFF to do a detailed two round dynasty rookie mock draft. The three of them make their selections and give a full analysis on the player, landing spot and value. After each pick in round, there is a round the table discussion on what the two others think of the player and pick. In round two, they make the selections rapid fire but still give analysis on every selection. To close the show, they discuss the names that would make up round three and four of most dynasty rookie mock drafts. 

Episode 263: Dynasty Rookie Rankings

Paul goes through his initial Dynasty Rookie Rankings following the 2019 NFL Draft. He goes through his top 10 quarterbacks, top 23 running backs, top 27 wide receivers and his top 16 tight ends. He discusses his rankings in detail, his process and and how some of the rankings will be very fluid over the next few months as we get more insight into how each team plans to use these rookies, plus minicamps, training camps and preseason.  He talks about what round value he puts on many of the prospects. He closes the episode by giving his overall top 25 Dynasty Rookie Big Board. 

Episode 261: NFL Draft Day 2 Recap

Paul is joined by Bill Latin (@BillLatin) to recap night two of the NFL Draft.  The two of them recap every single pick in the second and third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. They discuss each player's traits, strengths, concerns, fit and value of the pick. In addition, they discuss each offensive prospects fantasy value in terms of dynasty rookie drafts. To close the show, Bill shares his current dynasty rookie rankings by position from the players chosen. 

Episode 260: NFL Draft Round 1 Recap

Paul is joined by Jake Anderson (@JakeAndersonFF) of Dynasty League Football and co-host of the DynoCrossroads Podcast. The two of them recap every single pick in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. They discuss each player's traits, strengths, concerns, fit and value of the pick. In addition, they discuss each offensive prospects fantasy value in terms of dynasty rookie drafts. 

2019 NFL Mock Draft

Here is my one and only 2019 NFL Mock Draft. This was made with no trades and prior to the news that Montez Sweat’s medical condition may not be as worse as originally thought. Therefore, it is very likely that he will go higher than his projected draft slot in this mock.

1. Arizona Cardinals: QB- Kyle Murray

2. San Francisco 49ers: Edge- Nick Bosa

3. New York Jets: DL- Ed Oliver

4. Oakland Raiders: DL- Quinnen Williams

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: LB- Devin White

6. New York Giants: Edge- Josh Allen

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: OL- Jonah Williams

8. Detroit Lions: TE: TJ Hockenson

9. Buffalo Bills: DL- Christian Wilkins

10. Denver Broncos: LB- Devin Bush

11. Cincinnati Bengals: Dwayne Haskins

12. Green Bay Packers: OL- Jawaan Taylor

13. Miami Dolphins: DL- Clelin Ferrell

14. Atlanta Falcons: OL- Cody Ford

15. Washington Redskins: QB- Daniel Jones

16. Carolina Panthers: Edge- Brian Burns

17. New York Giants: QB- Drew Lock

18. Minnesota Vikings: OL- Garrett Bradbury

19. Tennessee Titans: DL- Dexter Lawrence

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: CB- Rock Ya-Sin

21. Seattle Seahawks: Edge: Montez Sweat

22. Baltimore Ravens: WR- Marquise Brown

23. Houston Texas: Andrew Dillard

24. Oakland Raiders: RB- Josh Jacobs

25: Philadelphia Eagles: Edge- Rashan Gary

26: Indianapolis Colts: DL- Jeffrey Simmons

27. Oakland Raiders: CB- Greedy Williams

28. Los Angeles Chargers: Chris Lindstrom

29. Seattle Seahawks: Byron Murphy

30. Green Bay Packers: Noah Fant

31: Los Angeles Rams: OL- Elgton Jenkins

32. New England Patriots: S-Darnell Savage

Episode 259: Final 2019 Draft Rankings

In the last episode before the 2019 NFL Draft, Paul and Matt share their final 2019 Draft Rankings for the Quarterback, Running Back, Wide Receiver and Tight End Position. They each share their Top 10 Quarterbacks and discuss some of the biggest questions around some of the top prospects and some of the mid round prospects. Next, they share their top 25 Running Backs each and discuss who may be this year's Phillip Lindsay and what running backs could offer three down potential.

In the final segments of the episode they share their top 35 Wide Receivers and top 15 Tight Ends. They discuss prospects at both positions and talk about some of their differences and how they view these prospects. 

Episode 258: Draft Projections

Paul starts the show by discussing the latest rumors surrounding the top 10 and Round 1 of the NFL Draft. He discusses whether it is possible Kyle Murray is not selected first by the Cardinals, could the Jets select Ed Oliver instead of Quinnen Williams or Josh Allen, is Tampa Bay locked into Devin White, does anybody know what Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are thinking for the Raiders, and the latest on the quarterbacks and Josh Rosen, and how that will impact the first round for the New York Giants, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots. 

Next, Paul discusses the release of the 2019 S2S Football Draft Projections Notebook. He outlines what is included in the notebook and then goes through and discusses as of this recording what player he expected to be taken in the Top 32 (Round 1) and who are the 12 to 15 names that could also sneak into the back end of first round. He closes the show discussing his Projected Top 102 (Rounds 1-3). He discusses how many and what quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends could come off the board in the first three rounds. He also discusses how 18 offensive linemen could come off the board in the first 3 rounds plus a few others in consideration. Lastly, he discuses the defensive positions and what edge, defensive line, linebackers, cornerbacks and safeties could come off the board in the first three rounds.