In our draft week talk-a-thon the guys get into an intense debate on whether the Chicago Bears should choose a quarterback tonight. The analysts are:
Here at Bears Barroom Radio, we've never been shy about sharing our gabfests. This being draft week, we figured there was a lot of information to share, topics to debate and jokes to crack. This is part two of our draft week talk-a-thon. Expect part 3 later today!
It's draft week! Finally! The barflies have so much to talk about they ran this week's show into two parts. In part one, the main portion of the show is dedicated to a four round mock draft with each of the analysts given a round to play GM. Part two is out Wednesday.
Danny Shimon is a Scouting Assistant for insidetheleague.com,NFL Draft Columnist for NationalFootballPost.com and one of our Scouting Analysts here at BearsBaroom.com. He shares his 7-round Chicago Bears mock draft in this latest installment of Bears Barroom Radio. Follow Danny on twitter @dshimon56
Is it absolutely necessary for the Chicago Bears to draft a quarterback in round one? Bears Barroom Radio host Aldo Gandia plays the naysayer to his guests' insistence that Ryan Pace must draft a quarterback in round one. On the panel are Phil Ottochian and Lorin Cox of BearsHourLive.com and Shayne Marsaw Lead Analyst at BearsBarroom.com
Earlier this week Aldo Gandia authored two stories at BearsBarroom.com where he looked at possible draft day trade scenarios with the Cleveland Browns and the Tennessee Titans. In this podcast, Aldo plays out those scenarios with sportswriters pretending to be general managers.
First up is Jeff Risdon who just recently launched an exciting new podcast, Reddit NFL Podcast. You can find it by hitting this twitter page: @RedditNFLPod. Risdon is also the Managing Editor of BrownsWire.com and therefore a perfect choice to play Cleveland Browns GM Sashi Brown.
There's more on the podcast as Jeff provides insight into Draft Mapping and both guests give us clues on the where the Browns and Titans are in with trade prospects.
Lorin Cox of Bears Hour Live and BearsWire.com was asked to become Ryan Pace and conduct a seven-round mock draft. Cox and Aldo Gandia go through each pick and discuss their potential fit in the Bears' roster. It's good fun and lots of information.
There are three segments to this installation of Bears Barroom Radio (BBRR). The main part of the show is a discussion with the author of Ian Wharton's 2017 Draft Guide. Ian provides analysis on some of the draft prospects who have visited with the Chicago Bears over the last few months. Phil Ottochian is back to answer some questions from our Twitter followers. And, BBRR host Aldo Gandia shares some thoughts about comedy legend Don Rickles who recently passed away at the age of 90.
Draft Dr. Phil Ottochian and Aldo Gandia compare mock drafts in our latest Bears Barroom Podcast.
Jose Cotto and Shayne Marsaw discuss their mock drafts. Humor that is NSFW.