Set to the backdrop of the (first) Avengers: Infinity War trailer…
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati is joined by NFL Insider Chad Forbes to discuss the hot-button topics of the 2018 NFL Draft, and who the Washington Redskins could be targeting in the draft and in free agency.
HTTD’s Rajan Nanavati and Patrick Rice are joined by Jamal Collier, the Washington Nationals’ beat writer for MLB.com, to preview the upcoming 2018 season for the Nationals.
Reason #748,647 why most NFL Mock Drafts are entirely pointless: we project what we think what each team will do, in sequential order, in the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft. Yet, history shows us there are anywhere from four to eight trades that take place in Round 1, making most mocks entirely worthless.
I’ve said it many, many times: the dirty truth of “NFL Draft Season” is that amateurs focus on mock drafts, but the real draftniks focus on Big Board rankings.
Dave Martinez is a baseball guy. He was traded five times, played for four teams in one season, and played 11 seasons in the majors collecting 1,599 hits. Not a bad stat line for a journeyman.
I’ve said it a thousand times: i’m continually baffled by how football fans get frothed up beyond belief about mock drafts at this time of the year.
HTTD contributors and good friends John and Neel re-join Rajan to recap the 2018 NBA Trade Deadline, and discuss the new balance of power in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.
Mark Bullock of the Washington Post’s Redskins Insider section came on to the HTTD podcast to provide his analysis of Alex Smith becoming the new starting quarterback of the Washington Redskins.
The best way I can describe my sentiments towards Super Bowl LII is by comparing it to the 2016 Presidential Election: no matter who wins, the vast majority of America loses.