We continue our "Draft Masters" podcast series with the guy who may the best at breaking down game tape who is not currently working for an NFL club — Greg Cosell, who analyzes football film in many capacities — Executive Producer of ESPN's NFL Matchup, longtime analyst for NFL Films, head playbook honcho for FantasyGuru.com, and on and on and on.
One of the many reasons that talking to Greg about game tape is so very interesting is that he is one of the few who actually gets to see ACTUAL game tape — i.e., the overhead "All-22" film watched by coaches, players, and scouts. He's been looking at that tape for a living since the late 1970s, and he's really stepped it up on two fronts this year — in his comprehensive evaluation of draft prospects, and in his hyper-valuable Twitter feed at @gregcosell.
Primarily, Greg and I talked about the two position groups in this draft class that may have the most depth without an elite player — quarterbacks and offensive linemen. Greg lays out what he sees on tape player by player and puts out some very interesting opinions. This is a must-listen!
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Draft Masters Podcast: Greg Cosell, NFL Films