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Scott Wright
12-27-2011, 05:39 PM
We will be taping a new podcast on Tuesday, December 27 at 8:00pm EST.

If you have questions or topic suggestions please be sure to post them in this thread!

Draft Countdown Podcast
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/DraftCountdown

Note: You can stream the archive afterwards at the link above or download it on iTunes.

Scott Wright
12-27-2011, 08:06 PM
This episode is now available on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/draft-countdown-blog-talk/id304080974) and at Blog Talk Radio (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/DraftCountdown).

In this show we talked about the latest underclassmen news (Barkley, Poe, Turbin & Lotulelei) and analyzed standouts from recent bowl games such as Kellen Moore, Doug Martin, Billy Winn, Shea McClellin, Brock Osweiler, Gerell Robinson, Vontaze Burfict, Tank Carder, Austin Davis, Cordarro Law, Zach Brown, Quinton Coples, Dwight Jones, Michael Egnew and Jordan White.

Halsey
12-28-2011, 02:34 PM
Enjoyed the podcast. I particularly enjoyed the Barkley talk. It'll be interesting to see how returning to school affects his stock.

bengalbuck
12-29-2011, 05:47 PM
Good podcast, thanks.

Out of curiosity Scott, what is it about Dalton's first season with the Bengals that you aren't a fan of?

It just seems a little weird that you think he's a product of the Bengals "system." It's not like the Bengals offense is the Eagles or Pats or some other well oiled machine with a long history of success....the Bengals offense hasn't been good since early 2006 when Rich Braham, Willie Anderson and Levi Jones all fell apart at almost the exact same time.

It's an offense with a ton of youth and inexperience amongst its pass catchers, a mediocre OL and RB, and a rookie OC.

Scott Wright
12-29-2011, 09:53 PM
Good podcast, thanks.

Out of curiosity Scott, what is it about Dalton's first season with the Bengals that you aren't a fan of?

It just seems a little weird that you think he's a product of the Bengals "system." It's not like the Bengals offense is the Eagles or Pats or some other well oiled machine with a long history of success....the Bengals offense hasn't been good since early 2006 when Rich Braham, Willie Anderson and Levi Jones all fell apart at almost the exact same time.

It's an offense with a ton of youth and inexperience amongst its pass catchers, a mediocre OL and RB, and a rookie OC.

I just think Dalton has been helped out enormously by the Bengals scheme and A.J. Green. At best Dalton's upside is as a middle of the pack starter and I wouldn't even bet on that long-term. Only time will tell though. Word on the street is I've been wrong before. :o)