Two Kids in a Trench Coat Episode 8

Jacob, Ryan and Josh recap a crazy week three in the NFL where the Browns picked up their first win in over 600 days, the Titans picked up a nice third win of the season and the Patriots lost to the Lions. Jacob and Ryan give out their weekly awards and their ‘must watch games’ for week four.

Intro: 00:0000:10

Week Three Thursday Night Football: 00:1503:45

Week Three Sunday: 04:0048:00

Week Three Monday Night Football: 48:0550:31

Week Three Awards: 51:0056:25

Week Four Preview: 56:301:08:53


Nationals hint at rebuild

The Washington Nationals have never won a playoff series.

They are currently below .500, at 62-63, and sit 7.5 games out of the NL East lead and 6.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot.

Things are not looking great in Washington, and it appears the Nats have given up on 2018, and possibly the next several years, as they have traded Daniel Murphy to the Chicago Cubs and Matt Adams to the St. Louis Cardinals.

Murphy has been one of the game’s most consistent hitters over the past few seasons, and is currently slashing .300/.341./.442 with 57 hits. The 33-year-old second baseman is unlikely to start over MVP candidate Javier Baez, but is expected to see action at third base in Anthony Rizzo’s absence, which is perhaps the biggest reason the Cubs pursued Murphy.

Washington received Class A infielder Andruw Monasterio and a player to be named later for Murphy and cash considerations for Adams.

A Bryce Harper departure was rumored, as the Los Angeles Dodgers reportedly claimed him off waivers, but nothing came to fruition and Harper will stay put for the rest of 2018.

This turn of events differs from their plan from several weeks ago, which was to hold on to Harper and compete for a playoff spot.

The small return paired with the departure of two solid veterans signals a salary dump, however, team owner Mark Lerman said this is not a rebuild in a letter to Nationals fans. He did say it was “about giving us some roster flexibility, giving us the opportunity to see some of our young talent, and seeing if we can still find a combination or two that could spark a difference.”

The Nationals frequented the bottom of the standings after their departure from Montreal before Harper made his MLB debut and had an immediate impact on the entire league. During his time in Washington, the team has made four playoff appearances, never getting past the Divisional Series.

Despite Lerner’s statement suggesting otherwise, as Harper enters free agency and signs point to him signing elsewhere, it appears that it’s time for the Nationals to hit the reset button.

Two Kids in a Trenchcoat: A Football Podcast — Episode 3

This week, Ryan, Jacob and Josh dive into the NFL draft going in depth in the first round and talking about picks that surprised them.

Takeaway from Draft and First Pick: 0:254:00

Antonio Callaway: 4:056:12

Baker Odds: 6:209:34

Denzel Ward: 9:4013:37

Josh Rosen: 13:4520:00

Josh Allen: 20:1520:30

QB busts: 20:3523:55

Middle of first round: 24:0030:20

Worst first round picks: 30:3034:30

Slides: 34:3539:18

End of first round: 39:2547:18

Prospects that fell: 47:3053:30

Best drafts: 54:001:07

NFL Draft Page

With the NFL Draft just hours away, we thought it would be cool to throw all of Sideline Intel’s coverage in the same place.

Mock Drafts:                       DbgaypvV4AA5bNM

Ryan Sharp 1.0

Ryan Sharp 2.0

Ryan Sharp 2.1

Ryan Sharp 3.0

Ryan Sharp 4.0

Ryan Sharp 5.0

Ryan Sharp 6.0

Ryan Sharp 7.0 (Full first round)

Jacob Rosenfarb 1.0 (Full first round)

Jacob Rosenfarb 2.0 (Full first round)


Two Kids in a Trenchcoat Episode 1

Two Kids in a Trenchcoat Episode 2

Other Content:

Whose draft stock improved at the Combine?

Get Baker Mayfield to Miami

Note — Some of these draft overviews have aged poorly, but in case you were interested, here they are:

Draft Overview: Cleveland Browns

Draft Overview: New York Giants

Draft Overview: Indianapolis Colts

Draft Overview: Houston Texans

Draft Overview: Denver Broncos

Two Kids in a Trenchcoat 4/25/18

Jacob, Ryan and Josh go rapid fire and give you their full mocks heading into NFL draft day. The trio also dive into some prospects that intrigue them and how Reggie Bush might be the greatest Dolphin running back of all time.

Top 10 Picks: 01:30 – 12:46

Picks 11 through 32: 12:50 – 23:30

Eagles Talk: 23:35 – 25:10

Derrius Guice/Reggie Bush: 25:15 – 28:47

Josh Jackson: 29:00 – 30:00

Harold Landry: 30:00 – 31:43

Lamar Jackson: 31:45 – 36:16

Last week’s episode

Ryan Sharp Mock Draft 7.0

Jacob Rosenfarb Mock Draft 2.0

Man to Man Podcast: 4-23-18


In honor of the release of Marvel’s Infinity War this week, Jeff, Jacob and Josh give super hero comps to all 16 (yes even the Trail Blazers) NBA playoff teams. The Trio the discuss the playoffs as a whole and who would represent each playoff team in a boxing style fight.

Marvel: 00:0010:00

Pelicans vs. Trail Blazers: 10:3014:30

Thunder vs. Jazz: 14:4017:45

Timberwolves vs. Rockets: 18:0019:15

Warriors vs. Pelicans second round preview: 19:4525:20 Western Conference wrap up: 25:3026:10

Bucks vs. Celtics: 26:4032:20

Pacers vs. Cavs: 32:2537:48

Raptors vs. Wizards: 37:5041:00

76ers vs. Heat: 41:4547:00

NBA Fight Club: 47:1053:00

Wrap up/ Kevin Durant on Social Media: 53:0554:51

Super Hero Comparisons:


Rockets: Guardians of the Galaxy

Warriors: Hawkeye

Trail Blazers: Black Widow

Thunder: Captain America

Jazz: Spiderman

Pelicans: Dr. Strange

Spurs: Nick Fury

Timberwolves: Scarlet Witch


Raptors: Winter Soldier

Celtics: Iron Man

76ers: Vision

Cavs: Hulk

Pacers: Black Panther

Heat: Ant-Man Bucks: Thor

Wizards: Falcon