Sigmund Bloom On the Couch Podcast: Eric Stoner


Photo by Thomas Hawk

Photo by Thomas Hawk

RSP contributor Eric Stoner joins Bloom On the Couch 10 days before the draft for a great discussion from the trenches and off-ball linebackers:

  • Who was part of the Draft Mehcca crew?
  • The two archetypes of quarterbacks
    • High-variance and efficient
    • Examples of both
    • Why Mariota compares to Matt Ryan
  • On Leonard Williams’ prospects
    • Why he’s already at his peak.
    • What combine drill correlates to interior pass rushing?
  • Andrus Peat: Stoner’s top tackle prospect in this draft and how he got “John Martin-ed.”
  • On OT D.J. Humphries.
  • OT La’el Collins and why “big draft” is somewhat down on him.
  • OT Ereck Flowers and what makes him a one-dimensional prospect and how he struggles as a pass protector.
  • OT Jake Fisher and why his fit to scheme is narrow.
  • OT T.J. Clemmings and what a team is getting and why he’s considered a top-50 pick.
  • Why Stoner values a nasty demeanor in linemen.
  • Off-ball linebackers and why its like the 2013 RB class and clustered in talent.
  • LB Paul Dawson and why he disagrees with Greg Cosell on Dawson’s skill to read the field and shoots down the Chris Borland comparisons.
  • Hot Fantasy Tip on the Jacksonville Jaguars: Allen Robinson will get insane volume of targets in 2015.
  • Eric Stoner on RB Denard Robinson now versus his pre-draft thoughts.
  • On San Diego trading away Philip Rivers and why a team is selling big media on Mariota as a great draft prospect.
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