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#5-06: He-Man Trivia MegaSlam

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99th Episode Celebration. JB and Bryan go head-2-head in a fierce game of “Travesty”, an intense trivia throw-down pushing the knowledge of football fans, netflix junkies, and internet trolls to entirely new heights. Play along with great question categories like “Nickelback or Quarterback”, “Sports Mysteries and Conspiracies”, and “The Office or Parks and Rec”.

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#5-05: Burrow, Tua, Herbert and The Rest

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Quarterbacks of the 2020 NFL Draft Class Ranked, Discussed and Debated. The ridiculous notion of Herbert over Tagovailoa. Is Joe Burrow the same weapon out of the LSU offense? Should you being using draft picks on Jalen Hurd, Anthony Gordon, Jacob Eason or Jake Fromm? Plus draft pick trade value, Moves to make before the NFL Free Agency, and Burrow vs. Murray vs. Mayfield.

Take A Closer Look The Prospects Discussed in this episode!

J. Burrow – LSU
J. Eason – Washington
J. Fromm- Georgia
A. Gordon – WSU
J. Herbert – Oregon
J. Hurts – Oklahoma
J. Love – Utah St.
T. Tagovailoa – Alabama

#5-04: Duel of Fates: Jeudy vs. Lamb

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Way too early Top 10 Wideouts in the 2020 NFL Draft Class. Lamb vs. Jeudy, Shenault, Reagor, Higgins and more. Plus the bogus Matthew Stafford trade rumors, the best and worst WR corps. in the NFL, Phillip Rivers on the move and NFL Combine Politics.

Take A Look The Prospects Discussed in this episode!

Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
Tee Higgins – Clemson
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Henry Ruggs III – Alabama

Denzel Mims – Baylor
Tyler Johnson – Minnesota
Michael Pittman Jr. – USC
Brandon Aiyuk – Arizona State
Bryan Edwards – South Carolina

#5-03: Return of the King (Rookie RB Preview)

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With the NFL Postseason in the rear view, DraftSZN has begun! Join us as we preview the Top 10 Running Backs entering the 2020 NFL Draft. Listen in as we tell you all the names to know before the NFL Combine. Swift, Dobbins, Akers, and more.
Plus the Super Bowl recapped, what playoff teams will not be returning to the party next season, and what faces would be placed on a QB Mount Rushmore

Take A Look The Prospects Discussed in this episode!

D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin

Ke’Shawn Vaughn – Vanderbilt
Eno Benjamin – Arizona St.
Zach Moss – Utah
Anthony McFarland – Maryland
AJ Dillon – Boston College

#5-02: Herbert and Ernie

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Super Bowl LIV is upon us and we discuss how you can get a little extra coin in your pocket on Super Bowl Sunday. Sit in as we share our picks and predictions.
Plus 2020 Free Agency Previewed, Senior Bowl reactions, and TV shows of our youth.

Take A Look At Some of the Best 2020 NFL Prospects in the Scouting Department

Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
Joe Burrow – LSU
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Jake Fromm – Georgia

D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin

Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
Tee Higgins – Clemson
Henry Ruggs III – Alabama

#5-01: AJ Brown vs The World

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Jet Set is back and better than ever for Season 5. In this episode, we reveal our reactions to the 2020 NFL Playoffs, Underclassmen NFL Draft Declarations, and the rookie Head Coaches around the league.
Plus we redraft the 2019 NFL Class, One Year Later. Alot has changed, but who takes the top spot?
Finally, 2020’s Top Risers, Lamar Jackson vs. Patrick Mahomes, and the Top Receiving threat entering next season.

Take A Look At Some of the Best 2020 NFL Prospects in the Scouting Department

Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
Joe Burrow – LSU
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Jake Fromm – Georgia

D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Chuba Hubbard – Oklahoma State
Travis Etienne – Clemson

Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
Tee Higgins – Clemson
Henry Ruggs III – Alabama

#4-39: Time to Trade for JuJu Smith-Schuster

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With only 3 weeks left in the NFL season, the offseason shadow looms dark over the show. Sit in as we discuss some players that could see their stock drastically change this offseason. Plus, Jordon can’t control his hype for the new Star Wars, so he forces Bryan and Josh to engage in some painful Star Wars trivia. Who comes out on top? Probably not Bryan, but you never know.

Take A Look At Some of the Best 2020 NFL Prospects in the Scouting Department

Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
Joe Burrow – LSU
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Jake Fromm – Georgia

D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Chuba Hubbard – Oklahoma State
Travis Etienne – Clemson

Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
Tee Higgins – Clemson
Henry Ruggs III – Alabama

#4-38: Meet The Prospects

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With the Fantasy Football regular season in the rear view, Jordon, Josh and Bryan introduce the most exciting prospects of the 2020 NFL Draft Class. Listen in as we dissect the top QBs, RBs, and WRs entering the NFL. Jeudy, Swift, Lamb, Tagovailoa, Reagor and more. Additionally, Josh and Bryan go head-2-head in the “Student Athlete Challenge” with embarrassing results. Also, the Politics of the College Football Playoff, The NFL MVP Race, and the return of Eli Manning. Join in the Fun!

Take A Look At the Prospects We Discussed!

Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama
Joe Burrow – LSU
Justin Herbert – Oregon
Jalen Hurts – Oklahoma
Jake Fromm – Georgia

D’Andre Swift – Georgia
J.K. Dobbins – Ohio State
Jonathan Taylor – Wisconsin
Chuba Hubbard – Oklahoma State
Travis Etienne – Clemson

Jerry Jeudy – Alabama
CeeDee Lamb – Oklahoma
Jalen Reagor – TCU
Laviska Shenault Jr. – Colorado
Tee Higgins – Clemson
Henry Ruggs III – Alabama

Let’s Look at Some Top College RBs

College Football officially starts tonight and it got me in the mood to watch some tape on potential members of the 2020 draft class. These guys aren’t playing tonight but they are some popular names across the college landscape. Here are my quick thoughts on D’andre Swift from Georgia and AJ Dillon from Boston College.

D’andre Swift (Tape- 2018 vs Auburn and Florida)

I have to admit I have some Georgia bias as they are tied for my favorite college team. This guy is my RB1. I’ve watched him since his freshman year and I don’t think you can get any better than this guy. Swift is not just his name- but also the way he runs. Swift change of direction, swift decision making finding the hole and swift in his ankle breaking techniques. But being swift isn’t the only way he wins.

 For a guy that has gamebreaking speed (and gets to his top speed insanely quick) he isn’t afraid to lower the should and finish runs with a vengeance. Georgia backs aren’t known for their pass catching ability but he has strong and confident hands when he has the chance to catch the ball. I haven’t seen this kind combination of power and speed since Saquon Barkley. Yes I’m serious. D’andre Swift is my RB1 and possibly my 1.01 depending on how these WRs shake out this year. I’m the conductor of the D’andre Swift hype train so y’all better hop on board before you get left in the dust.  

AJ Dillon- Boston College (Tape- 2018 vs Miami)

There’s been some talk about AJ Dillon being a top back in next year’s draft. From the little tape I’ve watched I’m inclined to believe that he is probably in the second tier of RBs. I think the D’andre Swifts and Travis Etienne’s of the world are clearly above him but AJ Dillon will be a quality prospect next year. He’s one of the bigger backs this year coming in around 6’0 245lbs but he has quick feet for a big man. He’s fantastic in between the tackles and always falls forward for positive gains. He doesn’t have much wiggle to him but he makes up for it with a punishing running style that makes him tough to bring down when he gets going. He lacks the breakaway speed to make him a truly elite back in the NFL but has enough speed to break of chunk plays and be effective on the outside. 

He needs to improve on his pass blocking but he has the tools to fix that issue. Not super smooth catching the ball but does it well enough. His vision at the line of scrimmage and at the second level is what will separate him from the boring plodding NFL backs that we all hate. He reminds me a bit of James Conner with his vision and Derrick Henry’s running style and quick feet. He’s probably a back that will need a complementary piece to him in the NFL but he has the skills to succeed at the next level. 

Those are my thoughts as they are fresh in my head after watching a few pieces of tape on these guys from last year. There’s a chance my opinions may change as I gather new information (probably not on Swift, but potentially on Dillon). Let me know if you agree or disagree on twitter @FootballBry15 and as always don’t forget to check out JetSet Fantasy football on all major podcast platforms for more football takes, fun and stupidity then you can shake a stick at.

Don’t Discount Devonta Freeman

Devonta Freeman may be the most underrated back in football. He missed most of last year battling injuries and has fallen to the back of people’s minds. With Tevin Coleman out of the town and a full offseason to heal I think Devonta Freeman is primed for one of the best years of his career.  

Coming off a year where he only played two games after being hindered by a groin injury, Devonta Freeman is being criminally undervalued. He is currently the 18th RB off the board behind the likes of Aaron Jones, Marlon Mack and Kerryon Johnson. Those are some names that haven’t consistently produced at a high level that are being taken in front of a guy that has finished as an RB1. 

Freeman has consistently produced as a top 15 RB throughout his career and that was with Tevin Coleman cutting into his bottom line. Now Coleman is on the west coast fighting for carries with the 49ers and Devonta’s biggest threat is Ito Smith (I used the word “threat” very loosely here). He’s primed to finally be a full blown bell cow back. Bonus if you are in a PPR league- Freeman hasn’t had less than 30 receptions in a year (except for last year of course) and has had as many as 73. I’m not sure he will get to 73 again, but I think it’s a safe bet to say his floor is about 50 additional receptions added to his bell cow workload.

Even though sometimes it feels like he’s been in the league for forever- he is still in his prime and is only 27 years of age. Freeman is primed for a RB1 type season and I can see him being the steal of your fantasy drafts this year.  Agree or disagree let me know on Twitter @FootballBry15. Don’t forget to listen to Jet Set Fantasy Football podcast every week (rate, review, subscribe) to play along with some games, listen to some bad jokes and some less bad fantasy football thoughts.