Vikings Draft Invasion Podcast


Photo by Kyle Engman.

Photo by Kyle Engman.

I had a good time joining Andy Carlson on his podcast to talk Vikings draft and NFL prospects:

• The work that goes into the Rookie Scouting Portfolio
• Where did he have Teddy ranked coming in?
• What about McKinnon and Cordarrelle?
• The Vikings’ options at #11
• Kevin White vs Amari Cooper vs DaVante Parker
• Eric Kendricks vs Shaq Thompson
• Brandon Scherff vs La’el Collins
• Trae Waynes vs Marcus Peters
• Todd Gurley vs Melvin Gordon
• Late first round target Spielman may trade back in for
• David Cobb vs David Johnson vs Jay Ajayi vs Ameer Abdullah
• Late Round Sleepers: Brandon Bridge, Shane Carden, Zach Zenner, Darius Davis
• Why small school prospects get missed
• Jameis Winston is like Eli Manning
• Matt’s STONE COLD HOT TAKE (2)
• The Gauntlet
• Super Sleeper: Kenny Bell
• Your Twitter questions

Like what you heard and want to read (a lot) more? The 2015 Rookie Scouting Portfolio is now available.   If you’re in a dynasty league, the combination of the 2015 RSP and the RSP Post-Draft will have you prepared for this year and beyond. Here’s just a sample of what my readers–new and old–are saying about the 2015 RSP.  (Get ready for “Squee!” “Dammit’s” and Jaws Dropping). Remember 10 percent of each sale is donated to Darkness to Light to prevent sexual abuse in communities across the United States. Download the Rookie Scouting Portfolio publication now.

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2 comments

  1. Matt, I believe you would be an excellent coming of age fiction writer. The Mark Twain of our age. To write about what has happened during the 1990s to now to describe how generations were able to get through the crisis era with grit, humor, and discerning wisdom. Most excellent adventure, dude!

    You are able to see the individual for what they are and how they act in or out of the flow of whatever collective organization or culture that they face. Sometimes they win. Sometimes they lose. You’re able to tell their story.

    They keep dancing. They keep living in story. The actor/actress moving towards their object/goal with all of the silly season of people seeing you left for dead. Ah! We don’t really know the rest of the story of the Good Samaritan; only that he would pay the debt for the one left for dead.

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