PFT on NBC Sports Network: Talking draft with Mike Mayock


Notre Dame held a much-observed pro day for their draft prospects on Tuesday and we’ll be hearing from the man who broadcasts their games on Tuesday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network.

Mike Mayock of NBC and the NFL Network will talk to Erik Kuselias about what went down in South Bend. Linebacker Manti Te’o’s improved 40 time is sure to garner most of the attention from the day, but we’ll also hear from Mayock about other members of the Fighting Irish who are worth watching.

Tight end Tyler Eifert is sure to be among that group and the crew will take a closer look at what makes Eifert one of the top prospects at the position in 2013. Mike Florio, Ross Tucker and Shaun King will give their thoughts on Eifert’s outlook and they’ll also have all the latest news from around the league.

It all gets started at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network.

2 responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network: Talking draft with Mike Mayock

  1. Tell Ross Tucker is not the only QB to get his coach fired. Tony Romo, Carson Palmer, Matt Cassell, Kevin Kolb, Blaine Gabbert, Jay Cutler, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Phillip Rivers have caused coaches to get fired.
    Getting a coach fired goes along with these 3rd tier overpaid group of quarterbacks of NFL franchises better known as fool’s gold to most fans. Matt Schaub is in this group as he and his coach have maxed out in Houston. Do not mistake them for elite quarterbacks or franchise quarterbacks.
    There are only 5 elite quarterbacks: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Eli Manning
    There are only 2 franchise quarterbacks: Joe Flacco and Ben Rothlisberger.
    Quarterbacks on rookie contracts are still being evaluated but I feel Matt Stafford and Sam Bradford are head to the 3rd tier fool’s gold group.

  2. Don’t fool yourself dalucks. The coaches are the one who run the offenses and select those quarterbacks in the draft. So, don’t put all the blame on the qusrterbacks for coaches being fired. It is a full team effort to be bad. Starting with the owners, presidents, gm’s, down the the coaches and players. Bad chain of command, philosophy, drafts, free agent signings, team character, front office character, player/coach execution, etc. Think big picture before you start blaming one position and mind for an entire teams shortcomings. You are right though. There are only five elite quarterbacks, but I wouldn’t put Eli above Roethlisberger. Eli is 6th best in my opinion.

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