The Draft SZN Podcast, Episode 1 & 2: Round Three Targets, Q vs. Josh Allen, Prospects Of The Week

Draft SZN Podcast: Dalbin Osorio, Dan Essien and Clayton Smarslok discuss round three targets, Josh Allen vs. Quinnen Williams and prospects of the week…

The Draft SZN Podcast is back! In the return episode, Dalbin Osorio, Dan Essien and Clayton Smarslok hit on the following topics:

  • Round 1: Quinnen Williams vs. Josh Allen
  • Round 2: Redraft one of Maccagnan’s 2nd round picks 
  • Round 3: Ideal targets for Jets in 2019
  • Round 4-7: Prospects of the week

In episode 2, they discuss trade possibilities around Darron Lee and Leonard Williams, what player they want to see least in the AFC East, what Jets late round pick has the best chance of breaking out 

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: New Year’s Day Bowls

Joe Malfa with his prospect viewing guide for the New Year’s Day Bowl Games…

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: New Year’s Eve Bowls

Joe Malfa With His Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: New Year’s Eve Bowls.

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Orange Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect viewing guide for the Orange Bowl

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Peach Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect viewing guide for the Peach Bowl

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

*Michigan’s DL Rashan Gary, LB Devin Bush, and RB Karan Higdon will not participate in this game in anticipation of the NFL draft. Gary will be a top-15 pick, Bush a 1st rounder, and Higdon and Day 2 player.*

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Cotton Bowl

Joe Malfa with a prospect viewing guide for the Cotton Bowl

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Independence, Pinstripe, and Texas Bowls

Joe Malfa With His Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Independence, Pinstripe, and Texas Bowls.

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: First Responder, Quick lane, and Cheez-It Bowls

Joe Malfa with his Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: First Responder, Quick lane, and Cheez-It Bowls.

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Dollar General and Hawaii Bowls

Joe Malfa with a viewing guide for Dollar General and Hawaii Bowls

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide: Birmingham and Armed Forces Bowls

Joe Malfa With His Bowl Game Prospect Viewing Guide For Birmingham and Armed Forces Bowls

‘Tis the season for over 40 college bowl games sponsored by some very obscure companies to celebrate the mediocrity of 6-6 teams. Surely there is an angry old man somewhere waving his fist screaming about how “everyone gets a trophy” and “the Millennials are ruining everything.” At TOJ, we love bowl season. Maybe not for the games because watching two small schools battle for an irrelevant trophy is not very appealing, but it gives us a chance to watch some teams that we did not get a chance to watch this season and evaluate some prospects who may not have been regularly exposed to us.

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