May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) gestures on stage after being selected as the number twenty-two overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the Cleveland Browns at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

The Onside Kick: 2014 NFL Draft Recap

This week on the podcast, Ricky Widmer and Mark Weber recap the 2014 NFL Draft.

First, the guys discuss most of the quarterbacks drafted in the NFL. Ricky talks highly about the Jimmy Garoppolo pick while also touching upon the picks of Teddy Bridgewater to Minnesota and Derek Carr to Oakland.

They also talk about the SEC QBs and focus mostly on AJ McCarron and Aaron Murray. They talk about whether or not McCarron’s pick should add pressure to Andy Dalton and if Aaron Murray could replace Alex Smith after this season.

Ricky and Mark finish up the QB talk with none other but Johnny Football. They talk about the Cleveland picking him up, what he brings to the city, and why the Cowboys passed on him.

The guys also focus on Mel Kiper’s post-draft grades and whether or not they agree with Kiper’s grades.

Addition topics:

  • NFL Draft future: NY to LA?
  • Buffalo Bills “risky” draft
  • Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons draft
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft
  • New York Jets draft
  • Chicago Bears get Matt Forte’s backup
  • St. Louis Rams and Michael Sam making history

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