2 Giant Goofballs: A NY Giants Podcast

Drew & Rob

Looking for a hilarious and informative podcast about the New York Giants? 2 Giant Goofballs has got you covered! Hosted by Drew and Rob, this podcast offers insightful analysis, lively debates, and plenty of laughs. With their infectious personalities and quick wit, Drew and Rob make discussing the latest Giants news and games an absolute blast. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just tuning in for the fun, 2 Giant Goofballs is the perfect way to stay up-to-date on all things Big Blue. So join the conversation today and see why this is one of the best NY Giants podcasts around!

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Breaking Down The 2024 NY Giants Linebacker Squad And Day 3 OTAs
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Breaking Down The 2024 NY Giants Linebacker Squad And Day 3 OTAs
The New York Giants' linebacker group for 2024 presents an intriguing mix of veteran talent and promising young players. Bobby Okereke, who turns 28 in July, stands out as a key figure. Standing 6’1” and weighing 235 lbs, Okereke was a 3rd round pick by the Colts in 2019 out of Stanford. After signing a four-year, $40 million contract with the Giants in 2023, he delivered a standout season with 149 tackles, 11 tackles for loss (TFL), 2.5 sacks, 6 QB hits, 2 interceptions, 10 pass deflections, and 4 forced fumbles, earning a 78.9 PFF grade. His contract initially seemed steep, but Okereke proved to be worth the investment, establishing himself as one of the best players on the team and the best linebacker the Giants have had in years. Despite a change in defensive coordinator, Okereke remains in his prime and is expected to be a cornerstone for several more seasons.Micah McFadden, a 24-year-old linebacker standing 6’2” and weighing 232 lbs, was a 5th round pick in 2022 from Indiana. In 2023, he recorded 101 tackles, 12 TFL, 1 sack, 6 QB hits, 1 interception, 5 pass deflections, and 4 fumble recoveries, with a 65.6 PFF grade. McFadden has shown potential but also inconsistency, raising questions about his future role. As he enters his third year, the Giants will soon need to decide whether to extend his contract. Isaiah Simmons, who will turn 26 in July, adds versatility to the group. At 6’4” and 238 lbs, the 8th overall pick by the Cardinals in 2020 had a mixed 2023 season with 50 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, and a game-winning interception returned for a touchdown. His ability to play multiple positions makes him a valuable asset.The Giants also have Darrius Muassau, a 23-year-old rookie from UCLA, drafted in the 6th round in 2024. At 6’1” and 230 lbs, he recorded 75 tackles, 10.5 TFL, and 4 sacks in college last season, earning an 81.7 PFF grade. Muassau is expected to provide depth and special teams contributions, with his ceiling yet to be determined. Darrian Beavers, a 24-year-old linebacker at 6’4” and 255 lbs, was a 6th round pick in 2022 from Cincinnati but missed his rookie season due to an ACL injury. His ability to regain pre-injury form will be crucial for making the roster. Veteran Matthew Adams, 28, adds experience but limited production, having recorded 17 tackles and a 44.2 PFF grade last season with the Browns. Carter Coughlin, 26, primarily excels on special teams, having played 86% of special teams snaps over the past three years, but his defensive contributions have been minimal.Considering potential free agency additions, the Giants should refrain from signing another linebacker unless injuries occur. Bobby Okereke is a standout, and while Shaq Leonard, with his Pro Bowl pedigree, could be an upgrade, it might hinder the development of players like McFadden. The goal should be to maintain a balanced roster wGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Preview Of NY Giants 2024 Edge Room & Should They Sign DL Bravvion Roy?
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Preview Of NY Giants 2024 Edge Room & Should They Sign DL Bravvion Roy?
The 2024 NY Giants Edge Room features a compelling mix of talent and potential, headlined by Brian Burns. Burns, at 26 years old and standing 6’5” tall at 250 lbs, was the 16th overall pick in 2019 from Florida State. In 2023, he delivered solid stats with 50 tackles, 8 sacks, 16 tackles for loss, 18 QB hits, 2 pass deflections, 1 forced fumble, and 1 fumble recovery, earning a 73.8 PFF grade. A two-time Pro Bowler, Burns was acquired in an offseason trade and is now facing questions about whether his $30M per year contract is justified. With his high ceiling and a change of scenery, Kayvon Thibodeaux, just 23 years old and measuring 6’5” and 258 lbs, was the 5th overall pick in 2022 from Oregon. His 2023 stats include 50 tackles, 11.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, 16 QB hits, 4 pass deflections, 3 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery. Despite a strong sack performance last season, many of his sacks came against weaker competition. The addition of Brian Burns could help Thibodeaux reach new heights by diverting more attention from offensive lines. Furthermore, the new defensive coordinator, Shane Bowen, may implement schemes that better suit Thibodeaux's skills compared to former DC Wink Martindale.Azeez Ojulari, turning 24 in June and standing 6’3” and 240 lbs, was a 2nd-round pick in 2021 from Georgia. His 2023 season included 11 games, 7 starts, 16 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, 7 QB hits, and 1 fumble recovery, earning a 51.8 PFF grade. Despite showing flashes of talent, Ojulari has been plagued by injuries, leading some fans to label him a bust. Given his draft day injury concerns, his current situation is not entirely surprising.Boogie Basham, 26 years old and 6’3” and 274 lbs, was a 2nd-round pick in 2021 from Wake Forest. His 2023 stats include 13 games and 11 tackles, with a 55 PFF grade. Tomon Fox, also 26 years old and 6’3” and 260 lbs, was undrafted in 2022 from North Carolina. His 2023 stats include 1 game and 1 tackle, with a 57.5 PFF grade. In 2022, he played 16 games, starting 1, and recorded 24 tackles, 1 sack, 3 tackles for loss, and 1 QB hit. Fox has shown potential but remains largely unproven.Benton Whitley, 25 years old and 6’3” and 260 lbs, was undrafted from Princeton in 2022. In 2023, he played with both NYG and MIN, appearing in 4 games with 1 pass deflection and 1 fumble recovery. Additionally, the Giants might consider picking up defensive lineman Bravvion Roy, recently released by the Ravens. At 26 years old and 6’1” and 330 lbs, Roy was a 6th-round pick in 2020 from Baylor. His career includes 45 games with 15 starts. In 2022, he played 13 games, starting 4, and recorded 17 tackles, 1 QB hit, 1 interception, and 3 pass deflections. Roy spent all of last season on the Ravens practice squad. In summary, the 2024 NY Giants Edge Room is a mix of provGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Latest NY Giants News: OTAs, 100th Year Jerseys & Carl Banks Goofy Land Comments
6d ago
Latest NY Giants News: OTAs, 100th Year Jerseys & Carl Banks Goofy Land Comments
In this episode of "NY Giants News," we delve into the Giants' 100th Anniversary celebrations, starting with the "Giants 100: A Night with Legends" event on June 20th, featuring Eli Manning, Harry Carson, Tiki Barber, George Martin, Jason Sehorn, Bill Parcells, and Tom Coughlin. Fans can vote for the greatest play in team history on the Giants website, with the winner announced during the event. On August 4th, the first 18,000 fans attending the Yankees game against the Blue Jays will receive an Eli Manning bobblehead, courtesy of Dunkin Donuts.Throughout the summer, the Giants will celebrate their top 100 players, with Bob Papa hosting a podcast series dedicated to these legends. Fans can also look forward to a variety of anniversary merchandise, including helmets, hats, shirts, and books. Additionally, a documentary about Wellington Mara, titled "The Duke," will premiere on the NFL Network this fall.The Giants will debut special throwback uniforms twice this season, featuring tan pants with red and blue striped socks (a 1925 throwback), a Century Red jersey with a 1933 font, and a winged style helmet (used from 1937 to 1947). These uniforms, which include a patch with the 100-season logo, have received mixed reviews.Then, Carl Banks expressed his frustration with the relentless criticism of Daniel Jones on the Bleav in Giants podcast. Banks believes that the extreme negativity has made Jones a sympathetic figure and argues that the constant bashing is unwarranted and tiresome, given the numerous challenges Jones has faced, including multiple coaching changes.The New York Giants' offseason workouts began on April 15th, initiating the first phase, which focused on meetings, strength and conditioning, and rehab. This was followed by three weeks of on-field workouts and drills. Now, the team has commenced the 10 organized team activities (OTAs). The primary goals of OTAs are to familiarize everyone with the playbook, maintain player health, allow coaches to evaluate what strategies and plays work, and foster team cohesion. It's important to manage expectations and not get too caught up in the hype.Daniel Jones took the field, leading his team in various drills conducted primarily just outside the endzone. The first touchdown of the day was secured by new running back Devin Singletary, signaling a promising start. Undrafted rookie cornerback Alex Johnson made a notable impact by getting the first interception of OTAs. Wide receiver Malik Nabers stood out with several catches, showcasing his potential as a key target.On Day 2, Kayvon Thibodeaux and Brian Burns were frequently seen working together, displaying promising chemistry. Devin Singletary collaborated with the offensive line to practice blitz pickups. The team drills remained focused on the red zone, especially within the 10-yardGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Get The Inside Scoop On NY Giants 2024 Defensive Line Breakdown!
May 20 2024
Get The Inside Scoop On NY Giants 2024 Defensive Line Breakdown!
Hey there, Giants fans! Drew and Rob are back with another episode of "2 Giant Goofballs," and today, we're diving deep into the heart of the Big Blue defense as we dissect the defensive line roster. Get ready for some gritty analysis and spirited debate as we break down the strengths, weaknesses, and potential additions to the Giants' D-line!Leading the charge on the defensive front is none other than Dexter Lawrence. With an impressive stat line including 53 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and a stellar PFF rating of 92.9, Lawrence is a force to be reckoned with in the trenches. His standout performance earned him 9th place in DPOY voting, an AP 2nd Team nod, and a Pro Bowl appearance, solidifying his status as a cornerstone of the Giants' defense.But Lawrence isn't the only player making waves on the D-line. Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DJ Davidson, Jordan Phillips, Ryder Anderson, Jordon Riley, and Timmy Horne round out the roster, each bringing their own unique skill set and experience to the table. From seasoned veterans like Nunez-Roches to promising young talents like Davidson and Riley, the Giants have a diverse array of talent to work with in the trenches.However, with the departure of key players like Leonard Williams and A’Shawn Robinson, the question arises - do the Giants need to add to the defensive line? Drew and Rob weigh the pros and cons of potential free agent options like Calais Campbell, Hassan Ridgeway, Lawrence Guy, Bryan Mone, and Linval Joseph, considering factors like age, production, and fit within the team's defensive scheme.And finally, Drew and Rob compare the Giants' defensive line situation from last year to this year. With the loss of key players and the reliance on young talent to step up, are the Giants better or worse off on the D-line? Drew and Rob break down the stats, assess the impact of key departures, and make their predictions for the upcoming season.So, Giants fans, get ready for some trench warfare as we analyze the ins and outs of the Big Blue defensive line. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just tuning in for some football discussion, "2 Giant Goofballs" has got you covered with all the latest insights and updates. Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more exclusive Giants content, and as always, go Big Blue!#giants #nygiants #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
2024 NFL New York Giants Schedule Revealed!
May 16 2024
2024 NFL New York Giants Schedule Revealed!
"Alrighty, folks, buckle up for the rollercoaster ride of the New York Giants' schedule! We're talking about a wild journey through the gridiron universe, where touchdowns rain down like confetti at a parade and victory dances are the norm!""First up, we've got the Giants taking on their arch-rivals, the Eagles, in a clash of titans that's sure to have fans on the edge of their seats. It's gonna be a showdown for the ages, with both teams leaving it all out on the field!""Then, picture this: the Giants facing off against the Cowboys in a showdown under the bright lights of primetime. It's gonna be a showdown worthy of the Wild West, with touchdowns flying like tumbleweeds in the wind!""And let's not forget about the showdown with the Washington Football Team, where the Giants will be looking to stampede their way to victory in a game that's sure to have fans roaring with excitement!""So, grab your jerseys, get your game faces on, and get ready for a season packed with action, drama, and plenty of laughs courtesy of the New York Giants!"Gambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Breaking Down The New York Giants 2024 Roster: Checking Out The Tight Ends
May 14 2024
Breaking Down The New York Giants 2024 Roster: Checking Out The Tight Ends
Hey there, Giants fans! Drew and Rob are back with another episode of "2 Giant Goofballs," and today, we're delving into the intriguing world of tight ends on the Big Blue roster. Get ready for some in-depth analysis and lively discussion as we break down the strengths, weaknesses, and potential additions to the Giants' TE corps!First up, let's talk about the big man himself, Darren Waller. Standing tall at 6’6” and weighing in at 245lbs, Waller brings a wealth of experience and talent to the table. With 52 receptions for 552 yards and a PFF rating of 69.4 last season, Waller is a force to be reckoned with in both the passing game and as a blocker.But Waller isn't the only tight end making waves for the Giants. Daniel Bellinger, despite a disappointing sophomore season, still has plenty of potential to make an impact. Standing at 6’5” and weighing 253lbs, Bellinger has shown flashes of brilliance in the past, and Giants fans are eager to see if he can bounce back and regain his form from his promising rookie year.And let's not forget about the rookies on the roster. Theo Johnson, a standout from Penn State, brings a combination of size and athleticism that could make him a dynamic playmaker in the NFL. Standing at 6’6” and weighing 254lbs, Johnson has a high ceiling but also a raw skill set, making him a player to watch as he continues to develop.Of course, the Giants also have their fair share of blocking tight ends in the mix. Players like Jack Stoll, Tyree Jackson, and Chris Manhertz provide valuable depth and versatility to the position, giving the Giants options both in the passing game and in run blocking situations.But with the talent already on the roster, do the Giants need to add another tight end to the mix? Drew and Rob weigh the pros and cons of potential free agent options like Logan Thomas, Robert Tonyan, Jimmy Graham, and Marcedes Lewis, considering factors like age, production, and fit within the team's offensive scheme.And finally, Drew and Rob compare the Giants' tight end situation from last year to this year. With the potential return of Waller, the development of young players like Bellinger and Johnson, and the addition of veteran depth, are the Giants better or worse off at the tight end position? Drew and Rob break down the stats, assess the impact of key players, and make their predictions for the upcoming season.So, Giants fans, get ready for some tight end tango as we dissect the ins and outs of the Big Blue TE corps. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just tuning in for some football analysis, "2 Giant Goofballs" has got you covered with all the latest insights and updates. Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more exclusive Giants content, and as always, go Big Blue!#giants #nygiants #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Breaking Down The 2024 NY Giants' Offensive Line: Key Analysis
May 10 2024
Breaking Down The 2024 NY Giants' Offensive Line: Key Analysis
Welcome back, Giants faithful! Drew and Rob are here to tackle the nitty-gritty details of the Big Blue offensive line in this episode of "2 Giant Goofballs." So grab your helmets and get ready for some trench warfare analysis as we break down the current state of the Giants' O-line!Let's start with a rundown of the big men anchoring the trenches for the Giants this season. Andrew Thomas leads the charge at left tackle, boasting an impressive PFF rating of 76.1. But Thomas isn't alone in the quest to protect the quarterback and pave the way for the running game. Jermaine Eluemunor, Austin Schlottmann, Jimmy Morrissey, Matt Nelson, Aaron Stinnie, Jon Runyan Jr, Marcus McKethan, Joshua Ezeudu, John Michael Schmitz, Evan Neal, Jalen Mayfield, Joshua Miles, and Yodny Cajuste round out the roster, each bringing their own strengths and experience to the table.But here's the burning question - do the Giants need to bolster their offensive line with additional talent? With a list of available free agents including Donovan Smith, DJ Humphries, Charles Leno, Dalton Risner, Phil Haynes, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Justin Pugh, Nick Gates, and Connor Williams, the options are certainly intriguing. Drew and Rob weigh the pros and cons of each potential addition, considering factors like age, performance, and fit within the team's blocking scheme.And let's not forget about the coaching factor. With the addition of Carmen Bricillo as the new offensive line coach, the Giants are poised for a significant upgrade in coaching expertise. Bricillo's track record of success, coupled with the return to full health of key players like Thomas and Schmitz, bodes well for the Giants' offensive line performance in the upcoming season.Finally, Drew and Rob compare the Giants' offensive line from last year to this year. With the addition of veteran depth and the coaching prowess of Bricillo, have the Giants improved their O-line outlook for the upcoming season? Drew and Rob break down the stats, assess the impact of coaching changes, and make their predictions for the trenches in the upcoming season.So, Giants fans, get ready for some in-depth analysis on the big men in the trenches. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just tuning in for some football knowledge, "2 Giant Goofballs" has got you covered with all the latest insights and updates. Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more exclusive Giants content, and as always, go Big Blue!#nygiants #giants #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Breaking Down The 2024 New York Giants Wide Receiver Squad!
May 9 2024
Breaking Down The 2024 New York Giants Wide Receiver Squad!
Hey there, Giants fans! Drew and Rob are back with another episode of "2 Giant Goofballs," and today, we're diving deep into the wide receiver situation for Big Blue. Strap in, folks, because this one's going to be a wild ride!Let's kick things off by taking a closer look at the current roster of wide receivers for the New York Giants. From promising rookies to seasoned veterans, the Giants have a diverse group of pass-catchers vying for playing time on the field.First up, we have Malik Nabers, the rookie sensation out of LSU. Standing at 6’0” and weighing in at 200lbs, Nabers brings an impressive college resume to the table, boasting 1,569 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns in just 13 games. With a PFF rating of 92.9, Nabers is undoubtedly a player to watch in the upcoming season.But Nabers isn't the only exciting addition to the Giants' receiving corps. Wan’Dale Robinson, despite his smaller stature at 5’8”, has shown flashes of brilliance on the field, totaling 525 receiving yards and showcasing versatility with 87 rushing yards and a touchdown. With another year under his belt, Robinson could be poised for a breakout season.Of course, we can't forget about the veterans holding it down for the Giants. Darius Slayton, Jalin Hyatt, Isaiah Hodgins, Isaiah McKenzie, Gunner Olszewski, Miles Boykin, Bryce Ford-Wheaton, Dennis Houston, and Chase Cota round out the roster, each bringing their own unique skill set and experience to the table.But here's the burning question - do the Giants need to add another wide receiver to their roster? With a list of available free agents including Hunter Renfrow, Michael Thomas, Zay Jones, Mecole Hardman, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling, the options are certainly intriguing. Drew and Rob weigh the pros and cons of each potential addition, considering factors like age, production, and fit within the team's offensive scheme.And finally, let's compare the Giants' wide receiver situation from last year to this year. With the addition of Nabers through the draft and the potential for growth from players like Robinson and Hyatt, are the Giants better or worse off at the position? Drew and Rob break down the stats, assess the potential impact of each player, and make their predictions for the upcoming season.So, Giants fans, grab your jerseys and get ready for some in-depth analysis on the wide receiver woes facing Big Blue. Whether you're cheering from the sidelines or screaming at the TV, "2 Giant Goofballs" has got you covered with all the latest insights and updates. Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more exclusive Giants content, and as always, go Big Blue!Gambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Former CFL MVP QB Nathan Rourke Signs With Giants - Big Move For Big Blue
May 8 2024
Former CFL MVP QB Nathan Rourke Signs With Giants - Big Move For Big Blue
Welcome back fellow goofballs to another exciting episode of "2 Giant Goofballs" with your hosts, Drew and Rob! Today, we're breaking down the latest buzz in the Big Apple as the New York Giants make a bold move by signing quarterback Nathan Rourke. Strap in, folks, because this episode is packed with all the juicy details you need to know about this rising star from up north!Standing at a solid 6’1” and weighing in at 203lbs, Nathan Rourke brings a unique blend of athleticism, skill, and determination to the Giants' quarterback room. Hailing from Victoria, British Columbia, but finding his football roots in Oakville, Ontario, Rourke's journey to the NFL is a testament to his resilience and talent.Let's dive into Rourke's impressive resume, shall we? After making waves at Fort Scott and Ohio, where he racked up accolades like the Jon Cornish Trophy for the best Canadian NCAA football player and multiple All-MAC honors, Rourke took his talents north of the border, getting drafted in the 2nd round to the CFL.But wait, there's more! Despite going undrafted in the NFL in 2021, Rourke didn't let that stop him. He proved his mettle with the British Columbia Lions, earning the prestigious title of the league's Most Outstanding Canadian in 2022. His journey wasn't without its hurdles, though, facing challenges like an offseason foot injury and navigating the ups and downs of NFL roster cuts.Speaking of which, let's talk about Rourke's recent journey through the NFL ranks. From workouts with 12 NFL teams to a stint with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2023, Rourke has been on a rollercoaster ride. However, his time with the Patriots came to an end just yesterday, paving the way for the Giants to swoop in and snag this promising quarterback.Now, what does Rourke bring to the table for the Giants? With his impressive stats, including a 61% completion rate, 20 touchdowns, and over 3,000 passing yards in 2022, Rourke has the potential to inject some much-needed energy and versatility into the Giants' offense. Plus, his dual-threat ability, showcased by his 867 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns in 2019, adds an exciting dimension to the team's game plan.So, Giants fans, buckle up and get ready for an exhilarating ride with Nathan Rourke at the helm. From his electrifying plays on the field to his journey from small-town Canada to the bright lights of New York City, "2 Giant Goofballs" will be here every step of the way to keep you entertained and informed.Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe to our channel for more exclusive Giants content, and be sure to hit that notification bell so you never miss an episode. Until next time, this is Drew and Rob signing off, reminding you to always bleed blue and embrace the madness of Giants football! Go Big Blue!Support the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Analyzing The NY Giants Running Backs Squad For The 2024 Season
May 7 2024
Analyzing The NY Giants Running Backs Squad For The 2024 Season
Welcome back to another exciting episode of "2 Giant Goofballs"! In today's episode, we're diving deep into the New York Giants' running back corps in preparation for the 2024 NFL season. Strap in as we break down each player on the roster, analyze their performance from last season, and explore potential free agent additions to bolster our backfield. First up, we have Devin Singletary, a dynamic back who showcased his versatility with the Texans last season. Standing at 5’7” and weighing 203lbs, Singletary proved to be a reliable option both on the ground and through the air, amassing 898 rushing yards and 193 receiving yards while earning a solid 70.8 PFF grade.Next, let's talk about Eric Gray, a young and promising talent with tremendous upside. Despite limited opportunities last season, Gray demonstrated flashes of brilliance, showcasing his elusiveness and receiving skills. With a PFF grade of 57.2, Gray is poised to make a significant impact in the upcoming season.Tyrone Tracy Jr. brings a combination of size, speed, and agility to the Giants' backfield. The former Purdue standout impressed with his explosive playmaking ability, averaging an impressive 6.3 yards per carry and earning an outstanding 87.5 PFF grade. Tracy Jr. is undoubtedly a player to watch this season.Gary Brightwell, Jashaun Corbin, Deon Jackson, and Dante Miller round out our running back group, each bringing their unique skill sets to the table. From Brightwell's power running to Corbin's versatility, Jackson's elusiveness, and Miller's explosiveness, the Giants have a diverse array of talent in their backfield.But the question remains: Should the Giants look to add another running back to the mix? With free agent options like Dalvin Cook, Rashaad Penny, and Cam Akers available, the opportunity to strengthen our running game is certainly enticing. Adding a proven playmaker could provide valuable depth and insurance for the season ahead.Lastly, we can't ignore the elephant in the room: the departure of star running back Saquon Barkley to the Eagles. While his absence leaves a significant void in the Giants' backfield, it also presents an opportunity for the next man up to step into the spotlight and make their mark.As we gear up for the 2024 season, one thing is for certain: the Giants' running back corps is primed for success. With a talented group of backs and the potential for additional reinforcements, the sky's the limit for Big Blue's ground game. Stay tuned to "2 Giant Goofballs" for all the latest updates and analysis on your favorite NFL team!#nygiants #giants #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Analyzing The New York Giants' Quarterback Situation For 2024
May 3 2024
Analyzing The New York Giants' Quarterback Situation For 2024
In this episode of 2 Giant Goofballs, join Drew and Rob as they dive deep into the New York Giants' quarterback room. From Daniel Jones to Drew Lock and Tommy DeVito, no stone is left unturned as they analyze each quarterback's strengths, weaknesses, and potential impact on the team's performance.The discussion begins with a thorough examination of Daniel Jones, the incumbent starter for the Giants. Drew and Rob assess Jones' performance thus far, highlighting his development, areas for improvement, and whether he is still the right choice to lead the team under center.Next, the spotlight shifts to Drew Lock, the new addition to the Giants' quarterback roster. Drew and Rob discuss Lock's previous experience with the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, his potential role with the Giants, and whether he poses a legitimate challenge to Jones for the starting position.Tommy DeVito, another intriguing prospect in the Giants' quarterback room, is also under scrutiny. Drew and Rob explore DeVito's collegiate career, his strengths as a quarterback, and the likelihood of him making an impact at the NFL level.The debate intensifies as Drew and Rob ponder the question: Should the Giants stick with Daniel Jones as the starter, an should they explore the possibility of signing another quarterback to compete for the position? They weigh the risks and rewards of each scenario, considering the implications for the team's success in the upcoming season.Finally, Drew and Rob assess whether the Giants' quarterback group is better or worse than last year. They compare the current roster to previous seasons, evaluating the overall talent level, depth, and potential for success.#nygiants #giants #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Rating The Other NFC East 2024 Draft Classes: Who Came Out On Top?
May 2 2024
Rating The Other NFC East 2024 Draft Classes: Who Came Out On Top?
Welcome back to another exciting episode of 2 Giant Goofballs, where Drew and Rob, your favorite Giants enthusiasts, delve deep into the NFC East's 2024 draft classes and dissect how they could impact the divisional landscape. Grab your favorite Giants jersey, settle in, and let's dive into the action-packed world of NFL draft analysis!First up on the agenda is a comprehensive review of the Philadelphia Eagles' draft selections. From their first-round cornerback Quinyon Mitchell out of Toledo to their intriguing late-round prospects, Drew and Rob leave no stone unturned as they evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each pick. With a keen eye for talent and a knack for uncovering hidden gems, the hosts provide invaluable insights into how the Eagles' draft haul could shape their roster for the upcoming season.But the Eagles aren't the only NFC East team under the microscope. Drew and Rob turn their attention to the Dallas Cowboys' draft class, analyzing standout picks like offensive tackle Tyler Guyton and defensive end Marshawn Kneeland. With an in-depth look at each prospect's strengths, weaknesses, and potential impact on the field, the hosts offer their expert opinions on whether the Cowboys hit the mark with their draft selections.Next up, it's time to dissect the Washington Commanders' draft picks. From quarterback Jayden Daniels to linebacker Jordan Magee, Drew and Rob break down each selection with meticulous detail, providing listeners with a comprehensive overview of the Commanders' draft strategy and its implications for the upcoming season.But what about the New York Giants? Fear not, Giants fans – Drew and Rob haven't forgotten about Big Blue. After thoroughly analyzing the draft classes of their NFC East rivals, the hosts turn their attention to the Giants' own draft selections. With a critical eye and a passion for all things Giants, Drew and Rob evaluate each pick, from first-round receiver Malik Nabers to late-round gems like linebacker Darius Muasau.#nfceast #giants #cowboys #eagles #commandersGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Unveiling the Hidden Gems: NY Giants Undrafted Free Agents of 2024
Apr 30 2024
Unveiling the Hidden Gems: NY Giants Undrafted Free Agents of 2024
In this episode of the Giants-focused podcast, the hosts delve into the team's post-draft maneuvers, scrutinizing the signings of undrafted free agents and the players invited to the rookie minicamp tryout. They kick off the discussion by dissecting the diverse skill sets and potential contributions of each newly signed undrafted free agent.First up is Ayir Asante, a versatile wide receiver hailing from Wyoming, known for his speed, agility, and willingness to adapt to various roles on the field. Next on the roster is Jon Jiles, a wide receiver with a towering frame and a knack for making contested catches. The Giants also bolstered their offensive line with the addition of Jake Kubas, a sturdy guard from North Dakota State known for his consistency and durability. On the defensive side of the ball, Marcellus Johnson, a versatile offensive lineman with experience at both guard and tackle positions, brings a blend of athleticism and tenacity to the trenches. Additionally, the Giants fortified their defensive line with the acquisition of Casey Rogers, a disruptive force in the trenches with a penchant for disrupting opposing offenses. The Giants also added depth to their linebacker corps with the signing of Ovie Oghuofo, a seasoned veteran with experience at multiple collegiate programs. In the secondary, the Giants secured the services of Alex Johnson, a versatile defensive back known for his ball-hawking skills and athleticism. Johnson's impressive pro day performance and knack for creating turnovers could earn him a spot on the Giants' roster as a rotational defender and special teams contributor.Finally, the hosts discuss the players invited to the rookie minicamp tryout, highlighting their potential to earn a roster spot through their performance and dedication during the camp:Chris Autman-Bell WR ConnecticutNick Mardner WR AuburnTE Jjay McAfee TE Georgia SouthernTreyton Pickering TE Montana StateWIlliam Barnes OL North CarolinaJD Duplian OL Michigan StateChaz Neal OL Florida AtlanticElijah Chatman DT SMUQuae Drake LB Jacksonville StateAndre White LB Georgia TechKalon Gervin DB KansasBen Labrosse DB McGillThe absence of offensive and defensive line prospects in the Giants' draft picks marks a notable departure from their usual strategy, marking the first time since 2016 that such positions were not addressed. Speculation arose regarding the Giants' apparent interest in quarterback JJ McCarthy, with suggestions that it may have been a strategic ploy to manipulate draft dynamics. Adam Schefter's insights propose that the Giants' purported interest in McCarthy could have served as a smokescreen to induce the Minnesota Vikings into trading up with the Los Angeles Chargers, ensuring that Joe Alt remained avGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Breaking Down The 2024 New York Giants Draft Class - Full Review
Apr 28 2024
Breaking Down The 2024 New York Giants Draft Class - Full Review
In this episode of the Giants-focused podcast, the hosts embark on a comprehensive breakdown of the team's 2024 Draft Class, meticulously dissecting each pick and delving into the potential impact these new additions could have on the upcoming season. The discussion kicks off with an in-depth analysis of the Giants' first-round selection, wide receiver Malik Nabers out of LSU. With his explosive playmaking ability and refined route-running skills, Nabers has the potential to inject a dynamic spark into the Giants' offense, reminiscent of past star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. However, concerns linger regarding Nabers' size and strength, leaving some pundits wary of his ability to excel against physical NFL defenses.Moving on to the second-round pick, safety Tyler Nubin from Minnesota, the hosts applaud the Giants' shrewd maneuvering to acquire this talented defensive prospect via a trade with the Seattle Seahawks. Nubin's versatility and knack for making game-changing plays on defense, coupled with his contributions on special teams, make him a valuable asset for the Giants' defensive unit. However, questions remain about Nubin's athleticism and whether he possesses the elite speed necessary to thrive in the NFL.Transitioning to the third-round selection, cornerback Andru Phillips out of Kentucky, the hosts analyze the strengths and weaknesses of this promising defensive back. Phillips impresses with his solid tackling ability, prowess in run defense, and proficiency in zone coverage schemes. However, concerns arise over his lack of recovery speed and a noticeable absence of interceptions, raising doubts about his ability to consistently shut down opposing wide receivers at the professional level.As the discussion progresses to the fourth-round pick, tight end Theo Johnson from Penn State, the hosts weigh the potential impact of this intriguing pass-catching prospect. Johnson's towering frame and reliable hands offer tantalizing possibilities in the Giants' offensive arsenal, yet questions linger regarding his proficiency as a blocker and the need for refinement in his route-running abilities. Nevertheless, Johnson's high ceiling presents an enticing prospect for the Giants' coaching staff to develop.In the fifth round, the Giants selected running back Tyrone Tracy Jr. from Purdue, a dynamic playmaker with the versatility to contribute in multiple facets of the game. Tracy's explosive burst, balanced running style, and reliable hands out of the backfield make him an intriguing addition to the Giants' offensive backfield. However, Tracy's rawness as a running back and deficiencies in vision and long-range speed suggest that he may require time to fully acclimate to the rigors of the NFL.Lastly, the podcast hosts delve into the Giants' sixth-round selection, linebacker Darius Muasau out of UCLA, praising hiGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Darren Waller & Kelsey Plum Divorce & Final 2024 NY Giants Mock Draft Revealed!
Apr 24 2024
Darren Waller & Kelsey Plum Divorce & Final 2024 NY Giants Mock Draft Revealed!
New York Giants tight end Darren Waller and WNBA champion Kelsey Plum have ended their marriage after just one year, filing for divorce in Clark County, Nevada. Following the filing, Plum took to social media to express her devastation, sharing a heartfelt message on Instagram Stories. While she acknowledged walking through challenges for their relationship, she also recognized the need to move forward. Plum, a two-time WNBA champion with the Aces, and Waller, who previously played for the Las Vegas Raiders, dated for about a year before getting married on March 4, 2023. Prior to the divorce filing, Waller had discussed the possibility of retiring from the NFL. Does this affect his decision whether or not to return to the New York Giants for 2024.As the NFL Draft looms just days away, anticipation is at its peak for New York Giants fans. In this episode, we present our final mock draft for the Giants, analyzing potential selections and the impact they could have on the team's roster.With key needs to address across various positions, the Giants' front office has been diligently scouting prospects and evaluating their options. From offensive linemen to defensive playmakers, the Giants have the opportunity to add talent that could shape the future of the franchise.Tune in as we break down the latest rumors, discuss potential trade scenarios, and provide insights into the Giants' draft strategy. With the clock ticking down to draft day, the excitement and speculation continue to build as fans eagerly await the Giants' selections and the next chapter in their team's journey.#nygiants #giants #nfldraftGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Predicting The Top Picks: First Round Mock Draft Breakdown!
Apr 23 2024
Predicting The Top Picks: First Round Mock Draft Breakdown!
With the NFL Draft just around the corner, anticipation is reaching a fever pitch as teams finalize their draft boards and prepare to make their selections. In this episode, we present our final 1st round mock draft, offering insights into potential picks and highlighting the top players available.As the draft approaches, speculation abounds regarding which prospects will be selected early and which teams will make surprise moves. Standout quarterbacks like Caleb Williams, Drake Maye, and Jayden Daniels are expected to garner significant attention, while wide receivers like Marvin Harrison Jr., Malik Nabors, and Rome Odunze could hear their names called early in the draft.Defensive talents such as Dallas Turner are also poised to make a splash, with their versatility and playmaking ability attracting interest from multiple teams. And with top offensive prospects like tight end Brock Bowers and offensive lineman Joe Alt in the mix, the first round promises to be full of talent and excitement.Join us as we analyze the latest rumors, discuss potential trade scenarios, and offer our predictions for how the first round will unfold. From highly touted prospects to potential sleepers, every pick has the potential to make a significant impact for their new team.With just hours remaining until the draft kicks off, football fans everywhere are eagerly awaiting the moment when their favorite teams are on the clock. Don't miss our final 1st round mock draft as we provide our last-minute insights and predictions for one of the most anticipated events of the NFL offseason.#nfldraft #draft #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
Top Mid Round QB Prospects To Watch In The NFL Draft!
Apr 19 2024
Top Mid Round QB Prospects To Watch In The NFL Draft!
In this episode, we turn our attention to the mid-round quarterback prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft, a group of talented signal-callers poised to make an impact at the next level.Spencer Rattler (South Carolina): Rattler brings a strong arm and natural playmaking ability to the quarterback position, showcasing excellent poise and confidence in the pocket.Michael Pratt (Tulane): Pratt is a gritty competitor with a knack for making big plays under pressure, displaying excellent leadership and decision-making skills on the field.Kedon Slovis (BYU): Slovis is a polished passer with excellent accuracy and touch, capable of making all the throws necessary to succeed at the NFL level.Joe Milton (Tennessee): Milton possesses impressive physical tools with a cannon for an arm and the ability to make plays with his legs, but he needs to improve his consistency and decision-making.Jordan Travis (Florida State): Travis is a dynamic dual-threat quarterback with exceptional athleticism and elusiveness, capable of extending plays and making things happen with his legs.Austin Reed (Western Kentucky): Reed is a cerebral quarterback with excellent football IQ and anticipation, displaying the ability to read defenses and make quick decisions under pressure.Sam Hartman (Notre Dame): Hartman is a poised and composed passer with solid mechanics and a quick release, demonstrating good accuracy and touch on his throws.Join us as we analyze the strengths and areas of improvement for each of these mid-round quarterback prospects, offering insights into their potential to succeed in the NFL and make an impact for their future teams.#nfldraft #draft #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
The Top DL/DT Prospects  For The 2024 NFL Draft
Apr 18 2024
The Top DL/DT Prospects For The 2024 NFL Draft
In this episode, we explore the top defensive tackle prospects entering the 2024 NFL Draft, each bringing a unique blend of size, strength, and agility to the interior of the defensive line.Byron Murphy II (Texas): Murphy is a disruptive force in the trenches with a rare combination of size and athleticism, capable of collapsing the pocket and stuffing the run with equal effectiveness.Jer’Zhan Newton (Illinois): Newton is a powerful interior presence with excellent hand usage and leverage, often commanding double teams and freeing up teammates to make plays.Branden Fiske (Florida State): Fiske is a versatile defensive tackle with the ability to play multiple techniques along the defensive line, offering valuable flexibility and scheme versatility.Ruke Orhorhoro (Clemson): Orhorhoro is a dominant run-stuffer with excellent strength and anchor ability, capable of holding his ground against double teams and clogging running lanes.Kris Jenkins (Michigan): Jenkins is a disruptive interior pass rusher with a quick first step and excellent hand technique, often collapsing the pocket and disrupting timing in the passing game.Brandon D'Orlus (Oregon): D'Orlus is a high-motor defensive tackle with a relentless pursuit of the football, often chasing down ball carriers from sideline to sideline and making plays in the backfield.T’Vondre Sweat (Texas): Sweat is a disruptive force on the interior with excellent burst off the line of scrimmage and the ability to penetrate gaps and disrupt plays in the backfield.Michael Hall Jr (Ohio State): Hall Jr is a disruptive interior presence with excellent size and power, capable of anchoring against the run and collapsing the pocket as a pass rusher.DeWayne Carter (Duke): Carter is a disruptive interior defender with excellent instincts and awareness, often diagnosing plays quickly and getting into the backfield to disrupt the offense.Leonard Taylor III (Miami): Taylor III is a versatile defensive tackle with the size and athleticism to line up at multiple positions along the defensive line, offering valuable versatility and scheme flexibility.Join us as we delve into the strengths and potential impact of these top defensive tackle prospects, offering insights into the future of NFL defensive fronts and the next generation of interior disruptors.#nfldraft #draft #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368
2024 NFL Draft: Discover The Top Cornerbacks To Watch Out For!
Apr 16 2024
2024 NFL Draft: Discover The Top Cornerbacks To Watch Out For!
In this episode, we explore the top cornerback prospects entering the 2024 NFL Draft, each bringing a unique skill set and potential to the table.Quinyon Mitchell (Toledo): Mitchell showcases exceptional speed and agility, allowing him to stick with receivers and make plays on the football.Terrion Arnold (Alabama): Arnold is a versatile defensive back with the ability to excel in both man and zone coverage, making him a valuable asset for any defense.Nate Wiggins (Clemson): Wiggins is a physical cornerback with excellent ball skills, often disrupting passes and creating turnovers.Kool-Aid McKinstry (Alabama): McKinstry is a lockdown corner with the size and athleticism to match up against any receiver, making him a formidable presence in the secondary.Cooper DeJean (Iowa): DeJean is a playmaking cornerback with a nose for the football, consistently making clutch plays in critical moments.Ennis Rakestraw Jr (Missouri): Rakestraw Jr is a technically sound cornerback with excellent instincts and awareness, allowing him to excel in coverage situations.Kamari Lassiter (Georgia): Lassiter is a physical cornerback with the ability to jam receivers at the line of scrimmage and disrupt timing routes.TJ Tampa (Iowa State): Tampa is a ball-hawking cornerback with excellent hands and anticipation, often baiting quarterbacks into throws and creating turnovers.Mike Sainistil (Michigan): Sainistil is a versatile defensive back with the ability to play multiple positions in the secondary, offering valuable flexibility for NFL defenses.Max Melton (Rutgers): Melton is a skilled cornerback with excellent footwork and recovery speed, allowing him to stay in phase with receivers and contest catches.Caelen Carson (Wake Forest): Carson is a physical cornerback with the ability to excel in press coverage and match up against bigger receivers.DJ James (Auburn): James is a instinctive cornerback with excellent route recognition and anticipation, often jumping routes and making plays on the football.Kris Abrams-Draine (Missouri): Abrams-Draine is a speedy cornerback with excellent closing speed and recovery ability, allowing him to make up ground and break up passes.Kalen King (Penn State): King is a technically sound cornerback with excellent footwork and coverage skills, often sticking with receivers and breaking up passes.Josh Newton (TCU): Newton is a physical cornerback with the ability to come up in run support and make open-field tackles, offering value in both coverage and run defense.Join us as we delve into the strengths and potential impact of these top cornerback prospects, offering insights into the future of NFL secondaries and the next generation of lockdown corners.#nfldraft #draft #nflGambling With Good JuJu: Sports & Casino Gambling tips, tricks, news, and jokes.A fresh take on Sports Betting, Casinos, and whatever else we decide to ramble about.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   SpotifySupport the Show.All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & TwitchSponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballsInterested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368