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The Colts Are Running Out of Time to Get the Quarterback Position Right

After trading away Carson Wentz, Indianapolis will have its fifth starting quarterback in as many seasons. A failure to get aggressive under center is costing a talented roster its Super Bowl window.

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Risers and Fallers in Danny Kelly’s NFL Mock Draft 2.0

Plus, breaking down the quarterback market after the Carson Wentz trade

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Russell Wilson Can Make the Broncos Super Bowl Contenders—If He Evolves

Denver went all in on Wilson despite an up-and-down couple of seasons from the star passer. How this marriage works will depend on how both Wilson and the Broncos offense adapt to each other.

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Instant Reactions to the Russell Wilson Trade and Aaron Rodgers’s Re-signing With the Packers

Kevin and Nora are joined by Ben Solak and Steven Ruiz to break down what each quarterback deal means for the NFL

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The 2022 NFL Combine Awards

Plus, the guys answer listener questions and play Two Jargons, One Lie

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QB and WR Combine Standouts

Plus, the guys get into where Amari Cooper could end up if he parts ways with Dallas, the players who disappointed at the combine, and using context to judge the results of the combine

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The QB Trade Market Rests in Kenny Pickett’s Tiny Hands

The guys share their thoughts from the NFL combine

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The NFL Combine Is Dumb. Here’s Why It’s Great.

Plus, answering a listener question and playing America’s favorite new game, Two Draft Jargons, One Lie

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50 Shades of Wide Receiver Prospects

The hosts break down each receiver’s strengths and weaknesses and then compare them to NFL players on a scale of 1-50

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The New Path to a Super Bowl

The last two Lombardi Trophies have been won by teams with veteran quarterbacks in their first seasons with a new franchise. What effect will the 2020 Buccaneers and 2021 Rams have on team-building around the NFL?