Rob Paul and AJ Marchese attempt to wade through the murky waters that are the NFC North asking and answering questions such as, will Matt Patricia’s vision for the Lions pan out? Will the Packers offseason spending and changes result in a return to the top of the division? How much will the defensive loses hurt the Bears? And can the Vikings return to their passed playoff form?
Rob Paul and AJ Marchese embark on the task of picking one player from each NFL team who will elevate their game and make a leap and one player who will fall off in the 2019 season.
In a very special live episode, Rob Paul and AJ Marchese are joined by friend of the show, James Barber to breakdown Rob's 2019 NFL GM rankings. They look at the Texans best options at GM, rip on old bad GMs like Mike Brown and Bruce Allen, praise the rise of Ryan Pace and Chris Ballard, and much more!
Every year hundreds of NFL prospects go undrafted, but some crack an NFL roster. The Armchair Scout looks at one UDFA on every NFL team with the best chance of making the squad.
The NFL Draft always has players that end up being better in the NFL than college, these are the 10 players the Armchair Scout sees falling under that label.
Rob Paul and AJ Marchese breakdown all the biggest news from around the NFL this week like the Jets hiring of Joe Douglas as GM, the Texans firing of Brian Gaine as GM, how Gerald McCoy will fit in Carolina, and much more! Then they thrust themselves upon the task of ranking every team from worst to first by their coordinators.
This week on RTS Rob Paul and AJ Marchese go position-by-position listing who they think is most likely to make the leap to the Pro Bowl for their very first time in 2019. They talk up a lot of young talented players and question the the integrity of the Pro Bowl on multiple occasions.
Rob Paul and AJ Marchese continue their 2019 NFL Draft division grades with the AFC and NFC North. They look at if the Ravens did enough for Lamar Jackson, which two teams made arguably the two worst picks of the draft, how the Bears and Browns faired despite lacking early picks, and much more!