Joe Ceraulo tackles Myles Garrett’s suspension and the disgusting finish to the Browns and Steelers on TNF, the incredible matchup between Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson on Sunday, who deserves the fourth seed in the current College Football Playoff picture and reacts to the MLB awards. PLUS – an awesome interview with Evansville MBB HC Walter McCarty just two days removed from his team’s historic upset at top-ranked Kentucky that you don’t want to miss! ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk.
Joe Ceraulo tackles the game of the century in college football, the NFL’s three-way MVP race, how Thursday Night Football essentially punched the Oakland Raiders a ticket to the playoffs, and, of course, his Ceraulo Pick Six. PLUS, right at the 37:28 mark, former LSU & NFL quarterback Josh Booty joined the show live on the line for an incredible spot regarding LSU and Alabama. ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk.
Joe Ceraulo tackles the implications of an injured Patty Mahomes, why the Astros will end the Yankees season tonight, and the upcoming NBA season. PLUS, an exclusive LIVE interview with ESPN Senior NBA Insider, Adrian Wojnarowski! Don’t miss it — ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk.
Joe Ceraulo tackles the Thursday-night thriller from Lambeau Field and gives his MLB award picks PLUS an awesome, revealing interview with former NFL pro-bowl WR, Braylon Edwards! This week’s “Ceraulo Pick Six” guarantees your bets will go 7-0, ONLY on Ceraulo Sports Talk!
Joe Ceraulo tackles the upcoming NFL Centennial matchup between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, Andrew Luck’s early retirement and its implications, the MLB playoff races as September first approaches AND his Ceraulo Pick Six. Brandon Lang, host of Bleav in the Sharp Edge, joins the show to discuss NFL over/unders, who to play this CFB Saturday, Super Bowl long shots and more! Only on Ceraulo Sports Talk!
One of my first articles on this site, nearly a year ago, was a team-by-team evaluation of the 2018 NFL Draft. This year, my article comes in minutes before the first round. We’ve waited months to see if Kyler Murray can defy the odds to go first or if defense will dominate this draft. I say yes to both. The wait ends at 8 p.m. EST.
Before I release my final mock draft 4.0, here are a few predictions:
- For the fourth straight year, there will be at least FIVE trades on the first night of the draft. In 2016, there were five. In 2017 there were seven. Last year featured six. The trend continues. That said, I don’t predict trades – *cough, cough* expect the Redskins to move up – just picks.
- Despite the rumors, the Jets keep their third pick and strike gold tonight.
- The Giants will be draft night winners IF…they either take Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins sixth and a stud defender like Mississippi State DE Montez Sweat 17th OR if they somehow land Kentucky OLB Josh Allen or LSU ILB Devin White sixth, go either D-Line or O-Line 17th and trade their second-round pick to Arizona for Josh Rosen.
- Finally, over half of the players taken tonight will be on the defensive side of the ball.
Now let’s go…
1) Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma – This pick is essentially a lock right now. Murray’s a game changer who throws a lot better than his haters want to give him credit for. He doesn’t have the same size but can change the game similarly to how 2015 MVP Cam Newton did.
Admittedly, I wasn’t always a fan of golf. I still don’t watch much of it on a regular basis. I grew up a three-sport athlete — baseball, football and basketball — from a young age. Golf to me had always been too slow, too old, dare I say it, too boring. Besides, if I could hit a baseball well over 300 feet, hitting a golf ball would be far easier, right?
That perception changed the first time my late grandfather took me on a course. He encouraged my overconfident self to hack away. After all, I knew everything. Nine holes later at Christopher Morley Park on Long Island, all I knew was I embarrassed the hell out of myself.
My grandfather smirked, chuckled or quipped some sarcastic remark each swing I took. Whether it was a drive that sliced into the woods or a downright whiff, I gave him plenty of justification.
If I planned on improving, I’d obviously have to practice more, but I’d also have to watch more golf. There was no better display than the 2019 Masters.