Tape Heads is a twice-weekly, in-season X-and-O podcast giving fans the “whys and hows” of each week’s NFL action. In each episode, Dan, Bob and Scott detail the biggest moments of the NFL weekend based on their study of All-22 coaching footage, aka “The Tape.” Conversations fueled by observation and analysis give fans the new insights and information they crave. But its coverage extends beyond the surface of real time moments and extends into the living history of the National Football League. With diverse insights from former players and executives – who are also life-long fans and students of the game – Tape Heads also provides historical context for the topics of today, as well as an insider’s view of the current trends within the game. Each week, Tape Heads will look back on what we saw in the previous week’s games, and then look ahead to the next week’s matchups using the “tale of the tape” to predict the keys to victory.
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The Tape Heads: Draft Season podcast wraps up the season with the top players and picks. Bob Wischusen and Greg Cosell discuss their favorite combinations of teams and players from the weekend. Greg thinks the 2nd round starting with Logan Hall was ... more
The Tape Heads: Draft Season podcast welcomes CBS NFL Analyst Charles Davis to the show. Bob Wischusen and Greg Cosell discuss how QB's fell in the Draft and Charles believes teams just stuck to their evaluations. Charles says the Draft reinforced... more
The Tape Heads: Draft Season podcast recaps the first night of the NFL Draft looking back at all the Round One picks. Bob Wischusen and Greg Cosell discuss the pass game still being the #1 priority in the league, even when only one QB was taken. Gr... more
In a wasteland of mock drafts and grading drafts this program hosted by Bob Wischusen with Greg Cosell has actual discussions about players based on Craigs 40+ years with NFL films and in depth tape study. This is a must listen if you want to actually know facts about players. These are podcasts that I downloaded and will listen to during the season as I watch the player’s profiled during these podcasts.
The best pod!
This was a great podcast in run-up to the NFL Draft much better than all the mock draft nonsense. Thanks for the great work!
In Season and during Draft Season this podcast is incredible. Real information, not speculation. These guys are smart and break the tape down really well. Always a must listen.
Really really enjoyed Tape Heads Draft Season . Recommended it to all my friends who really follow the draft every year. Please keep doing this into the future. Great show.
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Tape Heads: Draft Season launched 10 months ago and published 69 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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