ESPN experts Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay, and Field Yates keep tabs on the NFL draft throughout the year.
2021 NFL Draft Recap
It is the final podcast of the draft season! Mel Kiper Jr, Todd McShay and Field Yates talk what teams had the best and worst drafts, the pick that was the biggest reach and answer your Twitter questions.
32-Team NFL Draft Preview
Mel Kiper Jr, Todd McShay and Field Yates break down all 32 NFL teams' draft capital & roster needs heading into the 2021 NFL Draft.
Mel & Todd's 3 Round GM Mock Draft
The guys break down their latest 3 round mock draft, Mel a GM for the odd picks, Todd a GM for the even picks, by discussing their thought process in drafting for each team, including a trade between the Lions and Patriots.
Mel's Mock 4.0 & Todd's All-Satellite Team
The guys dive into two of Todd McShay's All-Satellite team with Tutu Atwell and D'Wayne Eskridge and break down Mel Kiper Jr's two round Mock Draft 4.0 with two more trades. Plus, McShay shares the wisdom a young coach Belichick bestowed upon him many years ago.
Darnold Trade & Full 22 Rookie Draft
Mel Kiper Jr, Todd McShay and Field Yates breakdown the Jets decision to trade Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers and what it means for both franchises. Plus, Kiper and McShay go head-to-head by draft dueling 22-man superteams of NFL prospects.
Impact Of Draft Trades
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Field Yates discuss last week’s draft trade frenzy and how it impacts the 49ers, Dolphins and Eagles. Plus, what does this mean for the rest of the first round?
Why no love for ian book
He’s my sleeper for the 2021 nfl draft
Why was field Yates in this podcast? He offers no content and is just a game show host. He reduces the quality of information from Todd an Mel. I’m sure he’s a nice guy, but I don’t like him as an announcer. I already stopped listening to Matthew Berry’s podcast for the same reason.
One thing that consistently bugs me about this podcast is how Mel and Todd always seem to
make excuses for QBs, especially ones they overrated in previous drafts. They constantly whine that Sam Darnold “got no help” with the Jets, but when a QB is drafted No. 3 overall they should be capable of making a team better on his own. Kiper in particular always seems to blame receivers for dropping balls as an excuse for poor QB play; I’ll never forget him saying Shea Patterson was a good QB at Michigan but Donovan Peoples-Jones dropped too many of his passes; Peoples-Jones had a good rookie NFL season while Patterson wasn’t even drafted.