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Let me upfront about this, I love the Dan Patrick Show. Love it. I always have. I think Paul Pabst is one of the best morning producers going, Todd Fritz is unquestionably one of – if not THE – top booker in sports talk, known and beloved by PR rooms everywhere. And then there’s Seton, the fantastic Audio producer, who’s one of the realest to run it. Of course, we all love McLovin’ or “Pearl” (Andrew Perloff) as he is just a singular type of journalist and lover of all things Philly. In Denver, the original simulcast was actually on Altitude, and then that channel changed over around the same time the show primarily moved to NBCSN. After 7 years on NBCSN, the show will no longer be broadcast there as of March 1st. That’s fine by me. You have no idea how often the show would just not air for no reason at all, being replaced by practice at F1 or some bullshit Ski warmup. Then they started cutting the last hour for Mecum Auto shows, or in some cases, Fishing with (insert Southern guy). They really treated the show poorly as a property. After Dan Patrick did not reup with NBC for Football Night in America, it was clear the NBC relationship had soured. Reportedly, Dan wanted a shorter contract and NBC wanted to lock him for longer. So, where is the show going? Well, after launching the Dan Patrick app with over 700,000 installs apparently, the Dpshow probably felt pretty comfortable about jumping ship if the deal wasn’t right. My guess? Now that At&T Sportsnet is a real channel with national stations, The DPShow would make sense as a lead-in to his great friend’s show “The Rich Eisen Show” which airs at 9am PST. That’s where I think it will land.

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Relying on Vontaze Burfict on the second level was completely misguided and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther gains access to a new chess piece to deploy in Isaiah Simmons. A positionless prospect, it’s important for the team to have a distinct plan for the star player to avoid the stigma that we have seen from players in years past like Mark Barron and Obi Melifonwu. This is one of those prospect-team fits that makes too much sense: the Indianapolis Colts get their QB of the future in Jordan Love. There arguably isn’t a prospect in this draft who’s career is more dependent on their landing spot than Love. Finding a home with a proven quarterback evaluator in head coach Frank Reich plus not being forced to start right away as the team has Jacoby Brissett in-house, there’s no pressure for Love to start immediately. He becomes the team’s understudy for the foreseeable future. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are another team who’s keeping their future plans close to the vest as we won’t get a clear indication until there’s a clear answer on Jameis Winston.

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Regardless, if the team brings him back or not, it would be wise to invest in the offensive front. Andrew Thomas brings a bruising presence and provides much more upside than Donovan Smith. After getting a bit impatient with the situation under-center, Drew Lock showed plenty of promise during the final five games to provide the franchise with optimism at the position for the future. New offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is heavily dependent upon the vertical passing game as well as creative plays underneath. It’s also an offense that relies on crossing routes, and Jerry Jeudy fits the scheme perfectly as he’s known for his creativity against man coverage and making defenders look silly in space once the ball is in his possession. Dan Quinn and Thomas Dimitroff are officially safe for the 2020 season, but that doesn’t alleviate the pressure that the Atlanta Falcons must create off of the edge next season.

The book is officially closed on Vic Beasley and Takk McKinley’s development hasn’t been as fast as planned. K’Lavon Chaisson brings an explosive, versatile presence and a similar mold to what the Falcons have liked in previous seasons. This franchise is hoping it can do a better job of unlocking the next stages in his development which is what it has failed to do in years past. Safety is a position that has been of need for the Cowboys for years. Jeff Heath has been the teams biggest playmaker on the back end for far too long and the final level of the defense is in need of a true deep area threat. Even though the tackling has been an issue for Delpit, he can serve as the mistake eraser on the roof of the Dallas defense as he continues to clean up his technique as a tackler. Continuing with the second of three first-round picks for the Dolphins, they opt to take the talented Hawkeyes edge rusher. It’s unclear and debatable on exactly which position and what scheme A.J.

Epenesa fits best in. It’s a perfect conundrum for Brian Flores to find a solution to as Epenesa’s threat has the talent to stand out in this multiple front defense, which suits his versatile skill set perfectly. After a promising rookie class from a year ago, Mayock and Jon Gruden continue to build on an impressive young core. While Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow proved to be solid additions on the perimeter, the franchise is still searching for that threat that can break a game open in an instant. That’s the type of presence that Henry Ruggs III brings into the picture. A well-rounded route runner, he’s a surprisingly physical and home-run hitter that can take underneath patterns the distance in an instant. Another team that’s hard to get a gauge is the Jaguars, but it’s important that they return to the identity that allowed them to have a successful 2017 season: playing tough, hard-nosed defense.