Ep:5 – 2017 Draft Map – The Reddit NFL Podcast

Welcome to the Reddit NFL podcast, Episode 5!

After a week off, Chris and Jeff are back with a vengeance to tackle all the latest NFL and draft takes on the Reddit NFL Podcast.

From the always lively This Week in Reddit segment, the hosts banter about Tony Romo leaving the door open for a return to the NFL, the Browns leaving the door open to take someone besides Myles Garrett at No. 1 overall, the Rams open the door for viewers on their move to Los Angeles, and the Ravens try to change the locks on the mandatory bye week for teams playing the game in London.

The boys also discuss the juxtaposition of draft success and failure with the Rams, who extended Aaron Donald but will let Greg Robinson play out his rookie contract.

The draft focus is on the art of mapping the draft. The Riz details how teams go about setting realistic draft ceilings and floors for prospects and gives examples with players like Leonard Fournette, Cam Robinson and Jabrill Peppers. What is the highest and lowest each player could come off the board in the draft?

This Week in Mediocrity honors the Jeff Fisher of NFL QBs, says sayonara to Carlos Hyde in San Francisco and issues a stern warning for any team considering Davis Webb in the first round.

We announce the winners of our Black Rifle Coffee contest and welcome a very cool new sponsor, too.

There’s a ton of stuff packed into this episode of the Reddit NFL Podcast, with much more to come on a weekly basis.  Be sure to subscribe so as not to miss a single episode!

Let us know what you think about the show by commenting in the podcast thread in the subreddit, or by leaving us a voice mail message via Skype at: RedditNFL Podcast, or giving us a call at (858) 345-4NFL.  If you leave us a message, you just might be featured in an upcoming Reddit NFL Podcast!

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