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This week on the Pewter Nation Podcast, PR’s Big 3 goes in-depth on the NFL Draft’s Big 3 at running back: Cook, McCaffrey and Fournette. They also share some funny stories from the past – listen and you’ll get the title – and address their alma mater bias.
Trevor Sikkema is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat reporter and NFL Draft analyst for PewterReport.com. Sikkema, an alumnus of the University of Florida, has covered both college and professional football for much of his career. As a native of the Sunshine State, when he’s not buried in social media, Sikkema can be found out and active, attempting to be the best athlete he never was. Sikkema can be reached at: [email protected]
Another damn good podcast gentleman. Always good for a laugh.
Thanks! Had some fun with this one.
1. Bespoke is no joke (you can use that if you want)
2. I don’t know how you guys don’t get so angry at some commentators. (I guess you lose to many readers by banning them)
3. Southeastern does have an excellent intramural softball league. (And who needs alcohol when you have Christian fellowship)
4. What’s a wet dream, and does Ron Rivera often suffer from this affliction.
5. Don’t let Trevor act like he doesn’t play Madden. 90% of his football knowledge comes from Madden Franchise mode.
I have to say these podcasts may have leapfrogged SR’s Fab Five as my favorite thing on PR, great job guys. I am sure everyone will check in to the next podcast anxiously awaiting Scott’s Chuck Berry story 😉
One thing that must be addressed is the complete garbage that was the Revis trade and how it was one of the worst moves in modern Bucs history:
Mark Dominik actually bypassed the crop of free agent cornerbacks available that year to trade a 1st and 4th for the right to pay Revis an unprecedented 16 million dollar a year deal coming off of a torn ACL. SR will recall that the Bucs were actually linked to Sean Smith and Brent Grimes that offseason where they eventually signed with the Chiefs/Dolphins for 5.5/6 million a year. Aquib Talib and DRC also signed for one year 5 million each. Not only were all 4 corners signed to deals 10 million less than the one Dominik handed to Revis, and acquired for free, but two of the four have clearly had better careers since then with DRC and Smith set to have more productive years ahead. This was Dominik’s version of the Aguayo pick and history has shown it to be equally indefensible.
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