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Wharton Moneyball: The NFL Draft & Predicting Performance

Ep. 147

Show from 4/24/19


Tune in to this week’s episode of Wharton Moneyball. Our hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, and Adi Wyner get into the biggest sports news headlines from NFL draft picks and hockey to NBA playoff results. Then more NFL draft and successful coaching techniques with long time NFL Executive Michael Lombardi! Plus our hosts discuss predicting NFL performance, James Holzhauer’s Jeopardy run, and over/unders. 


Guests: 

Michael Lombardi is an NFL Insider for The Athletic. Since the mid-1980s, Michael has been an executive in the front offices of the 49ers, Browns, Eagles and Raiders. From 2014-16 he was an assistant to the coaching staff of the Patriots. He is also the host The GM Shuffle Podcast.

Follow him on Twitter at @MLombardiNFL


Josh Hermsmeyer - A writer for FiveThirtyEight and the Founder of AirYards.com where he works on all things football analytics.

Follow him on Twitter at @FriscoJosh


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