Guys who made big moves for quarterbacks join PFT Live

AP

Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSN takes a closer look at two of the biggest moves for quarterbacks in the draft by talking to two of the men closely involved in the process of making those moves.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid and Texans G.M. Rick Smith will be joining the proceedings in the final hour of the program. Reid moved from No. 27 to No. 10 to get Patrick Mahomes, and Smith moved from No. 25 to No. 12 to get Deshaun Watson.

Also calling the program will be Peter King of TheMMQB.com, who was embedded with the 49ers during the draft.

So dial up the program at 6:00 a.m. ET on Sirius 213, XM 202, NBCSportsRadio.com, any of the various affiliates throughout the country, and/or NBCSN at 7:00 a.m. ET for the simulcast.

6 responses to “Guys who made big moves for quarterbacks join PFT Live

  1. Florio – ask if GMs will start taking a fantasy football strategy to their teams. Literally go big or go home

  2. I will be at work so not able to listen to this. Please ask if GMs, player personnel directors, head coaches, and anyone else involved in draft day are put through drug testing just prior to the event. Not sure all of these guys would have passed.

  3. It might be fun to do discuss the difference between GMs and fulltime scouting teams… literally teams of football experts who get paid to analyze hours of tape, see games in person, evaluate players at the combine, meet with them, talk to them, see them in drills, measure their speed, strength, intellect… and the smart mouth fans on the internet who see a handful of plays on tv and read ‘mock drafts’ and player ranking lists and think they’re qualified to second guess the professionals before the players even have a chance to play. Ask one of the GMs how much credibility the ‘mock drafts’ have in their player evaluations.

  4. Reid moved from No. 27 to No. 10 to get Patrick Mahomes, and Smith moved from No. 25 to No. 12 to get Deshaun Watson.

    Thank you. You did it correctly. Now if you use the word trade you have to say: The Chiefs trade the no. 27 pick for the no. 10 pick. By just saying the Chiefs traded their first round pick this year, 2018 first round pick year, and a 3rd round pick this year, it gives a false impression. It makes much more sense to say the Chiefs swapped their first round pick with the Bills in exchange for 2018 first round pick and a 2017 third round pick.

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