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Former NFL scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down the latest news and action around the league from a scout’s perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.

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Former NFL scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down the latest news and action around the league from a scout’s perspective, alongside NFL player personnel executives.

    575. Joel Klatt on the Landscape of College Football

    575. Joel Klatt on the Landscape of College Football

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, FOX Sports college football analyst Joel Klatt joins to talk about the overall landscape of college football as the pandemic is impacting the college football season (4:37). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky give an idea of what can potentially fill the void if there is no college football this season and go on to discuss how the XFL can be successful (35:48).

    • 46 min
    574. Brandon Beane on Building the Bills + Answering Listener Questions

    574. Brandon Beane on Building the Bills + Answering Listener Questions

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane joins to talk about his unique journey to becoming a GM, QB Josh Allen's development, how scouts can adjust to the pandemic this upcoming season and much more (1:41). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky answer listener questions, which were left in the reviews (32:13).

    • 46 min
    573. Impact of NFL & College Players Opting Out

    573. Impact of NFL & College Players Opting Out

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys discuss why this is a good year for teams to play fast (3:28). Next, the duo examine how the Saints are creating an individual team bubble during training camp where players can voluntarily stay at a hotel (17:08). After that, the pair talk about the impact of NFL players opting out of the 2020 season on the salary cap and give ideas of what teams could do with extensions of other players (24:33). Then, the guys look at the notable college football players that have decided to opt out and if that decision affects their draft stocks (29:27). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky each give their analysis on two of the college players that opted out (45:59).

    • 54 min
    572. Michael Vick on Patrick Mahomes & Lamar Jackson

    572. Michael Vick on Patrick Mahomes & Lamar Jackson

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys react to the news of certain players opting out for the season due to the pandemic and discuss how it could potentially impact the salary cap (1:48). Next, the duo look at the worst-case scenario of if there's no college football and suggest what scouts could do in that situation (9:06). To wrap up the show, the guys are joined by former NFL quarterback Michael Vick as he talks about how he recognized how special Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson were early on, why young athletic quarterbacks are having so much success in the league currently and much more (13:25).

    • 30 min
    Reaction to Jamal Adams' Trade to the Seahawks

    Reaction to Jamal Adams' Trade to the Seahawks

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys react to the New York Jets trading safety Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks (:27). The pair give their unique perspectives as DJ worked with Jets GM Joe Douglas and Bucky with Seahawks GM John Schneider. The duo also discuss the foundation of each team and Jamal Adams' value. To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky quickly look at the NFC West and AFC East (27:27).

    • 32 min
    Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff on Scouting During Uncertain Times

    Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff on Scouting During Uncertain Times

    Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks are back with a new episode. To start off, the guys have a conversation about players staying in shape before reporting to camp (4:07). Next, the duo react to the new name of the Washington Football Team (7:50). After that, Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff joins to talk about scouting during these uncertain times and adapting to virtual environments and interactions (12:37). Then, DJ evaluates college players he's been watching and Bucky gives his analysis also (20:38). To wrap up the show, DJ and Bucky look at the potential impact of certain college prospects playing for a team that may not have a season (30:08).

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
461 Ratings

461 Ratings

JMcN ,

Super informed commentary

Always smart from DJ and Bucky. Really drills down on the player assessments.

Kieren Standley ,

Most Insightful Football Podcast

Hi DJ & Bucky.

Just wanted to say I’m a huge fan of the podcast and I thoroughly enjoy all the discussions you guys have with regards to the NFL & college football.

As a British fan we are seeing much improved coverage of the NFL here but college football is often difficult to follow because of the lack of games shown on TV. Therefore your podcast is invaluable to myself and other Brits that are keen to absorb as much college football knowledge as we can get.

Your insight and advice to people wanting to study the game more is incredible and I would urge many more fans to tune in to Move The Sticks.

Keep up the good work fellas!

Kieren Standley

ajra21 ,

Once was one of the very best Draft Pods ...

2020 Update:
With Jeremiah missing more pods due to other commitments, the show leans more of Brooks, and that is only a bad thing. Also, the more they interview various coaches from the game, the less interesting an episode becomes. The boring, stock Q&As have taken this show further and further away from its heights of a few years ago.

It’s a shame.

2019 Update:

There are two parts to this pod.

Jeremiah remains a good, insightful listen. He’s not perfect but more than good enough.

Brooks, on the other hand, is truly awful. It’s not just that his opinions are bad and frequently found to be wrong in the coming weeks, but that more factual stuff he refers to is often utter crap. He gets names wrong. He gets positions wrong. He gets schemes wrong. He gets so much wrong, it’s best to just tune him out when he talks.

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