By Trevor Griswold – (@tgriswold1) Welcome to the Full 10 Yards BIG 10 Conference Preview! There is nothing better than a Big Ten football game in Fall.…… Read more “BIG 10 Preview by Trevor Griswold”
By Shaun Blundell – @Shaun_F10Y One of the great things about the NFL is its designed to produce parity across its competing teams. Recent history suggests that…… Read more “Predicting the Playoff Merry-Go-Round”
by Trevor Griswold – 7/8/2019 Last Season Chicago 12-4 Minnesota 8-7-1 Green Bay 6-9-1 Detroit 6-10 Chicago: Draft selections: David Montgomery (3.9), Riley Ridley (4.24), Duke Shelley…… Read more “NFC North Breakdown”
By Lawrence Vos (@NFLFanInEngland) – 26 June 2019 We all know the mega-stars drafted early who are already projected as starters and are being projected to be…… Read more “Ready To Pounce – Five rookies in fantastic positions “
In podcast 100, Tim and Rob talk about the NFL Academy and what it means for the game over here before they recap picks 17-32 of the draft and the bigger picture for their respective team’s draft hauls. We also look at those teams that didn’t draft in the 1st round.
Lee from All32 attempts to go top of the leaderboard in the Full10Questions.
After our divisional season review podcasts, we are now looking to the future and asking where each franchise goes from here. We put ourselves in the chair…… Read more “Where Do They Go From Here? Vikings”
Anthony Cervino aka the REAL NFL Guru joins us to talk about one storyline for every NFC team to dominate the headlines over the offseason including what does the Dallas D line look like come September? And what about Cam Newton’s Shoulder?
Before we start telling tales of the summer in the NFL, we talk about what the Antonio Brown trade and the Antiques roadshow has in common as well as a quick take on some Free Agency deals.
Plus Paul Brown takes time out from his vlog to tackle the Full10Questions and our “Put the mockers on it” involves Crisps…
A crisp podcast, you might say.
Time to go North once more for the NFC side.
Bears leapfrogged the Vikings and the Packers to take the throne, but can they stay there?
And what do the Vikings and Packers fans have to say about that?
And then there are the Lions who haven’t had much to roar about recently.
Many thanks to Martin, Paul, Charlie and Rob for their help putting this podcast together.
Tomorrow sees the last in the series with the NFC West.