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Pint Glass Football Podcast is a show with two guys who like to drink beer, and talk all things NFL and College Football, from in depth analysis to power rankings, interviews with football media professionals, NFL Draft breakdowns, College Football Top 25, game previews, betting lines and fantasy football.  Hosted by Brad Fowler and Tyrone Powell 
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft Grade

The defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round with the 32nd pick, they took Joe Tryon, the outside linebacker from Washington. He's 6'5" 260 pounds, he ran a 4.6 40 yard dash and had a 35 inch vertical at his pro day. This is a player who was highly productive and a big time player in the Pac-12. In 2019 had 12.5 tackles for a loss, 8 sacks, 28 quarterback hurries, and he forced 15 incompletions in coverage. He opted out of the 2020 season after being named a preseason All American and a Butkus and Bronko Nagurski watch list guy, so he was coming into a year where people expected big things from Joe Tryon. He is a big time linebacker but is a guy who definitely flew under the radar a little bit. I thought he was a late first, maybe early second round pick, but I totally understand this selection by the Buccaneers because he's big, he's athletic and versatile. He even played some defensive tackle at Washington, just to explain how versati

Indianapolis Colts Draft Grade

The Colts started this draft by selecting Kwity Paye the defensive end from Michigan. He's an explosive player with a twitchy quickness for his size. He moves really well. Coaches rave about his leadership and he was a team captain who had a great work ethic, I really like that about him because I love those types of players, a locker room guy. Paye has quick hands and quick feet, and he's shown the ability on tape, to have the power to collapse the pocket. Now he's not a guy that was overly productive as far as sacks, but he's a guy that will give you consistent effort on every snap. Athletic ability is not an issue for this Paye, he's very athletic. He's definitely one of those guys that I don't think we've seen his best football just yet, because he only had 19 starts. Like I said, not a lot of stacks, but he gets pressure consistently NFL coaches and scouts were hoping that that would be the next step for him, and I'm sure Colts fans now are hopi

Jacksonville Jaguars Draft Grade

We all know they had the first overall pick, and they took Trevor Lawrence the quarterback from Clemson. This is one of the highest rated quarterback prospects, ever. He's really that elite of a talent. He's an elite pocket passer, and he's a true duel threat runner, which makes him such a special weapon at the quarterback position. He's got a strong arm and he can make every throw. He can make that those deep, ball throws, the intermediate routes, there's really not a throw this kid cannot make. He went 84-6 as a starter going back to his high school days, so you want to talk about a winner at the quarterback level, this kid is that. He's a confident leader who's poised under pressure and crazy accurate with the football. Tough, big, and strong player who stares down the barrel and fires it in there, even under pressure, and that's something that I really love about his game. Now, if you're gonna pick anything against his game any knocks on his game

New York Giants Draft Grade

The New York Giants in the first round with pick number 20 took Kadarius Toney, the wide receiver out of Florida. He's six feet tall and 193 pounds. This is a guy who's electric, and I mean a really electric wide receiver. He's explosive, he's shifty. He showed improvement, every season while he was at Florida, you got to love that about a guy who just continued to get better every time he was on the field. He always came to play and always brought it. He's a guy who plays a bigger than his size. A physical player and a big time playmaker. The one knock on him is that he dealt with injuries, I think it's somewhat of a red flag, but I talked about his toughness because he was a really tough wide receiver who actually played through a lot of those injuries while he was at Florida, I definitely love that about him. He's a sharp kid and a intelligent football player. He does need to become a complete route runner. That's one red flag as well but  I think he

Dallas Cowboys Draft Grade

How about them Cowboys? I know a lot of people's ears perk up when they hear the Dallas Cowboys because they've got the moniker of America's team and one of the biggest fan bases in the NFL.  They had an intriguing draft and in the first round with pick number 12 they took Micah Parsons, the linebacker out of Penn State. He's six foot three 246 pounds. This guy ran a 4.3 40 yard dash at his pro day! Blazing speed for a cornerback or an elite wide receiver, but when you've got a 250 pound linebacker running that fast of a 40 it is impressive. This guy was the best defensive player in this draft class. I said it multiple times on the podcast, he's one of the guys that I'm really bullish on, he's my pick for defensive player of the year, an absolute steal at number 12 Overall. He was number six on my big board, so this is awesome value and a great pick by the Cowboys. He has incredible range, closing speed, ideal size, strength and quickness, he checks all

Miami Dolphins Draft Grade

The Miami Dolphins, in the first round, with the sixth overall pick, they took Jaylen Waddle the wide receiver out of Alabama. He's five foot nine and a half and 180 pounds. This guy has absolutely game changing speed. This guy is a lightning rod defenses will absolutely have to know where he is at all times because he is an explosive play waiting to happen. He can carve up defenses underneath. He's good in the intermediate routes, and downfield. He's a very complete wide receiver. Now he's not a big guy, but he still wins those 50/50 balls which is really impressive when you watch him, he can just go up and climb that ladder and get those balls, pick those balls out of the air. He's just a very tough competitor and I really really like Jaylen waddle man. He had 11, 50+ yard touchdowns in his career at Alabama, so you want to talk about a home run hitter, this guy is a big play waiting to happen. Now he also adds value on special teams because he averaged over 19 ya

New York Jets Draft Grade

New York is a big market team and I know a lot of PGF nation follow the Jets of course. This had to be an exciting draft for the New York Jets. It started with the number two overall pick as we know, they took Zach Wilson the quarterback out of BYU, he 6'2" 214 pounds. I love this kid's confidence, that's probably the number one thing about him. He is a confident kid, he's a gunslinger. I love his attitude, he's got a live arm we've talked about him a lot because obviously there's going to be a lot of focus on the quarterbacks, but when you look at his arm that's really what stands out, he's a really good passer on the move. He's got a quick release, he's twitchy and a mobile quarterback. He can escape the pocket. You gotta love that about him, he's gonna be able to make those moves out of the pocket and he's good down the field. He's really great off platform and he can manipulate that arm angle, he can throw sidearm etc, an