Inside info on the Dallas Cowboys every week from Matt Mosley and Ed Werder, two guys who have covered the team for a combined 41 years working for The Dallas Morning News and ESPN. Occasional guests include Cowboys players past and present, some of the top analysts in the NFL, and Matt & Ed’s egos.
Here's the Latest Episode from The Doomsday Podcast:
Frederick opens up about fighting to return from a scary illness. He was extremely candid in his thoughts on whether he'll regain full strength. And Ed and Matt did a deep dive on what Kellen Moore's offense will look like.
Moore innovation? Kellen sounds off on new offensive philosophy
Ed Werder goes 1-on-1 with new Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore. Can this youngster help save Jason Garrett's job? Also, third-round pick Connor McGovern stops by for his first Doomsday visit.
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley track down Hill's defensive coordinator at UCF, Randy Shannon, to explain why he only started one game last season. And Shannon compares Hill to a Hall of Fame DT that he coached.
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley tap into Jimmy Johnson's memory of the Troy Aikman-Steve Walsh situation as we await the Cardinals' decision at No. 1 overall. And the NFL draft legend Rick "Goose" Gosselin joins us to discuss the mock draft industry he helped create. Mosley provides the Cowboys pick at No. 58. He's likely to nail it again.
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley gather for an emergency podcast on the record-setting contract. Ed has of course gleaned information from Stephen Jones himself. And the boys discuss how this signing impacts the upcoming draft. It's the ultimate insider podcast, as you'd expect from Mosley (with Ed's assistance).
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder discuss the return of Jason Witten at Tight End for The Cowboys
What's next for the Cowboys? Matt and Ed explained what happened and give the names of potential replacements for Scott Linehan
Matt Mosley provides a bird's eye view to this disaster from the Coliseum. He also thinks we've seen the last of Scott Linehan. Ed Werder offers his unique insight and Glenn "Stretch" Smith hands out at least one "F"
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder were on the scene for the Cowboys' huge win. Mosley discussed wagon trains with Jerry Jones, and Werder landed an exclusive interview with Amari Cooper. It's DOOMSDAY playoff style!
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder are NOT on the same page following the Cowboys' 36-35 win. Ed thinks Jason Garrett lost his mind in playing Dak Prescott the whole game. Matt wonders if this win could be a springboard for the playoffs. Ed's already doing big-time research on the Seahawks.
Matt Mosley corners Jerry Jones and Rod Marinelli in the aftermath of a 27-20 win. Ed Werder produces some great information that shows why the Cowboys struggle in the red zone. And Glenn "Stretch" Smith is handing out grades and trying not to curse.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder were in touch with both coaching staffs moments after this game ended. And no, letdowns aren't inevitable. It's OK not to accept that mess. Also, Glenn "Stretch" Smith goes off on the Cowboys.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder tell you why Amari Cooper has changed everything. And Ed wonders if Dak Prescott is the biggest threat to the Cowboys' quest for a Super Bowl. Matt also interviews Jerry Jones regarding Jason Witten's future. Plus, our resident scout Glenn "Stretch" Smith provides his grades.
Believe it or not...The Cowboys are in the driver's seat in the race for the NFC East after beating the New Orleans Saints
In this episode, Matt Mosley and Ed Werder catch up with Zeke Elliott and Jerry Jones after the Cowboys Thanksgiving Day victory
The Doomsday boys provide all sorts of insider knowledge on how the Cowboys claimed a 22-19 win in Atlanta. This is a dominant defense. Plus, our scout Glenn "Stretch" Smith provides his grades. It's all here, peeps.
Matt and Ed do a deep dive on this improbable road win and provide a road map for climbing back in the playoff race. And Glenn "Stretch" Smith says Dak was "Aikmanesque," for one night. Mosley has staked his career on you listening to this podcast.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder talk to a downcast Jerry Jones, who was shocked by what he witnessed. Mosley now believes there is an 85 percent chance Jason Garrett will be fired. Glenn "Stretch" Smith grades this team so harshly it hurts
The Cowboys entered this 2018 season without a true #1 WR...things haven't gone so well.
To make things right: they traded next year's 1st round draft pick for Amari Cooper.
Matt and Ed talk about the ramifications of the deal in this emergency edition of The Doomsday Podcast
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley hear from sources the Redskins knew Cowboys deep snapper L.P. Ladouceur had a habit of manipulating the ball on field goals. The boys also put Jason Garrett on blast for his late game (mismanagement). It's all here for the taking.
Jerry Jones calls it one of the most complete performances against a quality team he can remember. Mosley and Jerry go one on one afterwards. And Werder gathers some keen insight on how the Cowboys went to school on the Chiefs? It's all here.
With the season hanging in the balance, Jason Garrett lost his nerve and punted on fourth-and-1 in overtime of the Cowboys' 19-16 loss to the Texans. With this nondescript group of wideouts, it won't get better. The slow march to mediocrity has begun. Listen. Learn. Love.
In a special edition of the Doomsday Podcast, Matt Mosley and Ed Werder reunite with old pal Brian Gaine, who is now the GM of the Houston Texans. Brian provides great information on Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson and his team’s elite pass-rushers. He also weighs in on Zeke Elliott and Dak Prescott. It’s one of the deepest dives we’ve done on a game week. If you want to be fully prepared for Sunday night, you’ll immerse yourself in this podcast.
Dak Prescott throws for over 200 yards...Zeke Elliott has a career day...Cowboys improve to 2-2 with a last second victory vs Detroit.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder are joined by Glenn "Stretch" Smith and Jerry Jones to talk about what went right and what went wrong.
Matt and Ed take you behind the curtain of the latest Cowboys loss. Matt reveals the one change Jason Garrett might make in an attempt to save his job.
And our former Cowboys coach/scout turned Doomsday correspondent Glenn "Stretch" Smith explains why a botched personnel move may have led to this suspect play by the offensive line. Matt is tremendous in this episode. Ed holds his own, too. Won't you join us.
Cowboys Beat Giants
in the first episode of the 2018 Regular Season, Matt Mosley and Ed Werder break down the Cowboys loss to the Carolina Panthers
Cowboys veteran leader, Sean Lee joins Matt Mosley and Ed Werder from Dallas Cowboys Training Camp in Oxnard, California
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder talk to Jerry Jones about Randy Gregory, Tavon Austin and Jaylon Smith.
The Doomsday podcast visits Cowboys training camp, where Jerry Jones welcomed us in the oddest of ways - by checking the small print on the back of Ed’s media credential. Playfully, he said Ed is here but on probationary terms. Matt and Ed observed practice and after being rejected by Tavon Austin again for a sit down interview, recovered nicely and got first-round pick Leighton Vander Esch and third-round pick Michael Gallup. Vander Esch went into great detail about the “Wolf Hunter” nickname given him by the Cowboys scouting staff. But he actually earned the moniker. He says he did so legally. We have our doubts and are checking Alaska hunting regulations to make sure Roger Goodell doesn’t need to get involved.
Without further delay, here’s the show....
The Cowboys officially opened their 2018 Training Camp with the traditional "State of the Team" News Conference.
Matt and Ed bring you the best from the afternoon:
- Jerry expects his players to stand for The National Anthem
- Stephen Jones hopes that he'll have to open up the checkbook for Zeke
- Jerry is excited about his coaching staff
- It is NOT a "playoffs or bust" season for Jason Garrett
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder bring you a Doomsday Podcast Mini Camp Wrap...
In this episode they are joined by:
- Rod Marinelli
- Chidobe Awuzie
- Kris Richard
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder braved the heat at The Star to get you the latest in Cowboys News.
They are joined by Cowboys WR Coach Sanjay Lal and Tight End Rico Gathers in this episode of The Doomsday Podcast
Jason Witten called it a career (officially) Thursday and his first NFL coach joined Matt and Ed to discuss his tight end's illustrious career. Parcells shared his favorite stories and said Witten is definitely a Hall of Famer. Bill, a noted horse player, gave his pick for the Kentucky Derby. Another huge "get" for Mosley on the Doomsday Podcast.
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley analyze and grade the Cowboys 2018 Draft.
The Cowboys drafted:
- Leighton Vander Esch -- LB -- Boise State
- Connor Williams -- OL -- Texas
- Michael Gallup -- WR -- Colorado State
- Dorance Armstrong Jr. --LB -- Kansas
- Dalton Schultz -- TE -- Stanford
- Mike White -- QB -- Western Kentucky
- Chris Covington -- LB -- Indiana
- Cedrick Wilson -- WR -- Boise State
Bo Scarbrough -- RB -- Alabama
After spending the entire day on assignment at AT&T Stadium, Matt Mosley and Ed Werder bring you Doomsday Draft Coverage.
They are joined by Cowboys 1st Round Draft Pick (19th overall) Leighton Vander Esch—Linebacker from Boise State.
LVE says that he is the perfect piece to the puzzle in Dallas.
He talks about his journey to the NFL. From walking on at Boise State and playing 11 man football for the first time in his life to getting drafted 19th overall by The Dallas Cowboys.
He says that he’s been overlooked his entire life and that’s a big reason why he plays with a chip on his shoulder.
The Doomsday Podcast presents its most accomplished guest yet: Cowboys HOF Q.B Troy Aikman. Ed and Matt deliver an insightful 40-minute interview in which Troy offers his unique opinion on the quarterback prospects in what could be a historic NFL draft at the position as we get ready for DFW to host the draft for the first the first time. Like any draft analyst, Aikman is keeping his own Big Board listing Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen and others in order of preference after attending Pro Days for two of them. Aikman reveals what he most values in a quarterback and which are the most ready to play as rookies.
And we would be remiss (and we are never remiss) if we didn’t have Aikman address the Cowboys’ biggest personnel decision in years - the release of WR Dez Bryant. In addition to Aikman’s opinion, we have new info from Inside sources about why Dez is out.
Aikman has a surprising position on the importance of No. 1 receivers in the NFL.
Asked about how pivotal a season this is for Dak Prescott, Aikman first mentions its importance to HC Jason Garrett.
What's next for Troy?
All this and so much more, right here!
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder name names on who wanted Dez Bryant gone. And maybe this decision had a lot to do with Dak Prescott.
And stay tuned for a huge guest on Monday!
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder are back!...In the return of The Doomsday Podcast,, Ed Werder shares his one-on-one interview with Stephen Jones. In the interview Jones:
- Dak Prescott is more like Troy Aikman than Tony Romo
- Responding to adversity has not been a strong point of recent Cowboys teams
- With the talent that The Cowboys have, they should be a perennial playoff contender
- He is happy with what The Cowboys have done in free agency
First #Doomsday podcast of 2018 is live. Ed Werder and Matt Mosley discuss the future of the Cowboys after athe end of a 9-7 season.
Subscribe and listen as we discuss how Jerry might make JG uncomfortable, Linehan/Marinelli futures, how 21 suspension and 77 injuries forced small-ball approach that hurt Dak and the Dez/Witten quandary.
What could Jason Garrett and Terrell Owens have in common?
Ed Werder points out that Jerry Jones showed full public support of Owens just months before he personally released T.O. The same kind of public support he is showing Jason Garrett right now.
The Cowboys stay alive by beating the Oakland Raiders in one of the strangest games you’ll ever see.
Ed Werder and Matt Mosley (executing his show hosting duties from a hotel in Italy) talk about the game, the updated Cowboys playoff situation and the return of Zeke
Stephen Jones joins Matt Mosley and Ed Werder in this edition of The Doomsday Podcast.
Among other things, Stephen tells the guys that the Cowboys can run the table to end the season on a winning streak.
He also talks about the return of Zeke:
"Obviously, we can't have contact with him and understood that he was gonna get away and really focus on getting himself in better shape. I think he was playing a little heavier than he did last year. I think he was wanting to lose some weight and really recommit himself to the game. Obviously, serving the suspension, you could argue that it was a little on the heavy side, but in spite of all that, he made some poor decisions and he paid a price for it. I think he understands that and he wants to be committed to the game and be one of the great players to play the game and certainly he can do that if he has his commitment and he's accountable to what he can be. Our expectation is that he comes back ready to play and hopefully even better than when he left, so if he can do that and we get us a big win against Oakland, then certainly we feel like that we can run the table."
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder discuss the Cowboys victory vs Washington...
Be sure to listen to the end on this one for some postgame "audio gold" from Jerry Jones,
After the Cowboys 3rd straight loss, Ed Werder gives a couple "franchise firsts" that show just exactly how bad this streak is.
1) This is the first time in franchise history that the Cowboys have lost 3 straight by 20 points or more
2) This is the first time in franchise history that the Cowboys have scored less than 10 points in 3 straight games.
Matt Mosley points out that the Cowboys have been competitive in the first half of all 3 games before getting blown out in the 2nd half
Thanks for joining Ed Werder and Matt Mosley for another edition of The Doomsday Podcast.
In this episode Matt and Ed discuss the latest Dallas Cowboys loss.
Ed targets Jerry Jones as the architect of this losing streak. Here's a little of what he had to say:
Halfway through what would become their worst loss ever at JerryWorld, namesake Jerry Jones, at the ceremony honoring him, said, "What I’ve tried to do with every breath is to make the Dallas Cowboys better, and to make the NFL better. That’s what I try to do and that’s what I’m going to do.”
Without Ezekiel Elliott, the Cowboys have scored one touchdown in 22 possessions.
The running back Jerry built his entire team around and took fourth overall is on a mid season vacation in Cabo of all places. He's serving a suspension.
Without Elliott and left tackle Tyron Smith, Dak Prescott has produced one touchdown - none in the last 20 offensive series - and had six turnovers and been sacked 12 times in two games.
The Cowboys have been outscored 64-16 in the last two games.
This whole season has been about the Cowboys owner and GM, and the unique distraction he always is, has been and will be. For the Cowboys, this season has been about Jones being inducted into the HOF; Jones defending Ezekiel Elliott and trying to make his suspension go away; Jones publicly challenging Commissioner Roger Goodell.
And that's why I would argue the Cowboys lost this game and the division title and probably the playoffs in the front office as much as they did on the field at JerryWorld.
While Jerry was doing his Jerry things, Eagles GM Howie Roseman was busy doing what the only thing every other NFL GM does. He was focused on building a football team - specifically one that has talent and depth and can withstand the kind of injuries that unraveled the Cowboys.
While Dak Prescott endures his worst football nightmares without Elliott and Tyron Smith, the Eagles remade the offense around their second-year quarterback:
-- they signed in free agency WR Alshon Jeffrey and Torrey Smith, both with TDs against Dallas.
-- they signed LeGarrette Blount, a hammer of a running back who had 57 of the Eagles 215 rushing yards.
-- they traded at the deadline for RB Jay Ajayi, who ran for 91 yards, including a 71-yarder that led to a back-breaking TD.
The Eagles wanted to make Carson Wentz better and they succeeded by acquiring tough, physical players the Cowboys couldn't overcome.
The Eagles signed two running backs. In contrast, here's what Jerry's team did knowing for a year they could lose their best player in Elliott. Nothing to improve the position. They kept veterans Alfred Morris and Darren McFadden, who oddly wasn't active.
The Cowboys will blame it on injuries even though attrition is part of the game and it is true they've lost arguably their best offensive, defensive and special teams player. But let's put those side by side and compare it with the situation the Eagles are handling
BOTH the Eagles and Cowboys played without their starting left tackle, kicker and best playmaking linebacker.
LT: Tyron Smith/Jason Peters
LB Sean Lee/Jordan Hicks
RB Ezekiel Elliott/Darren Sproles
PK: Dan Bailey/Elliott
· Mosley says that this was as much a coaching loss as other things…He also thinks that this coaching staff needs to do something about Chaz Green and says that Dak Prescott was dealing with shell shock all day long
· This is a team that is seemingly always 1 player away from falling apart.
· This almost feels like a team that was constructed around 3 players (Elliott, Tyron Smith, Sean Lee)
· Ed points out that the Cowboys have now played without their best players on every unit: Dan Bailey (Special Teams), Zeke Elliott/Tyron Smith (Offense), Sean Lee (Defense)
· Mosley says that Chaz Green needs to be released
· Matt & Ed also discuss a report that multiple NFL Owners are preparing to use a “Nuclear Option” that will use Article VIII of the NFL’s Constitution & Bylaws. Specifically, Section 8.13 which authorizes the Commissioner to determine that an owner “has been or is guilty of conduct detrimental to the welfare of the League or professional football.”
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder both believe that the Cowboys win over the Chiefs proves that this team is a legitimate contender in the NFC.
They also discuss the latest on Zeke and give an update on the Cowboys injury situation.
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder break down the Cowboys victory over the Washington Redskins. And Ed explains why the Cowboys biggest victory of the season could happen in a court of law.
Old friends from their days at ESPN: Ed Werder, Matt Mosley and Trey Wingo catch up on things and break down the race in the NFC East.
Long-time NFL reporter/analysts Ed Werder and Matt Mosley convene an emergency recording session of the award-winning Doomsday Podcast to breakdown the latest
Ezekiel Elliott court decision. We concentrate on how the potential absence of Elliott for six games with the NFL suspension restored will impact the 2-3 Cowboys. In addition we explore what the court decision in New Orleans that went in favor of Roger Goodell and the NFL means going forward. What are Elliott's chances of winning another injunction allowing him to play and of winning the overall case eventually, assuming he appeals? Legal experts Mike McCann and Daniel Wallach offer their insights - and disagree on the outcome!
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder discuss several topics after the Cowboys lose their 2nd consecutive home game.
- Jerry Jones made it clear that his team is going to show respect for The National Anthem.
- The Cowboys defense collapses again
- Clock management at the end of the game
Packers Hall of Famer, Brett Favre joins his old buddy Ed Werder to discuss:
· Romo’s Broadcasting
Turns out Favre may have been the biggest Roger Staubach fan ever.
Perhaps our biggest and best podcast in our storied history.
The Cowboys are 2-1 and tied for 1st in the NFC East after beating the Cardinals in the desert.
Matt and Ed talk about the emergence of a Cowboys pass rush. Or have they just been fortunate to face 2 of the 3 worst offensive lines in the conference.
They also discuss the Cowboys symbolic gesture of equality and unity prior to The National Anthem.
Zeke rushes for 8 yards on 9 carries. Dak Prescott throws 2 INTs. Matt Mosley calls it a brutal effort by the Cowboys in a 42-17 loss to the Broncos.
For the first time since 1972, Ed Werder spent the day in the stands in Denver.
Ed says that the Broncos did a good job of forcing the Cowboys to rely on their QB.
The guys also talk about the brewing Jerry Jones/Roger Goodell feud.
The Cowboys take care of the Giants. Zeke rushes for over 100 yards. The Cowboys defense does not allow a touchdown. And Jaylon Smith starts and plays well with 4 tackles and 3 assists.
After the game, Zeke Elliott addressed his off field issues saying that he does not believe that he’s a distraction and that he’s glad that he’ll get a chance to prove his innocence.
Matt and Ed discuss it all on this episode of The Doomsday Podcast
In an "emergency episode" of The Doomsday Podcast, Michael McCann joins Ed and Matt to talk about the ruling that Zeke Elliott's 6 game suspension be upheld.
Michael is a legal analyst and writer for Sports Illustrated.
Matt & Ed also give their predictions for the upcoming game vs the NY Giants
The Cowboys get a victory in the “dress rehearsal” preseason game. But they lose starting LB Anthony Hitchens for at least the first half of the season. Ed Werder explains that this is not the worst possible outcome. There was some fear that this would be a season ending injury. Ed says that he thinks that the coaching staff is comfortable with Jaylon Smith’s ability vs the run so he may be a logical move to replace Hitchens early in the season. But they don’t want to force Smith to play too much too early, so Justin Durant will also get some opportunities.
Ed and Matt also discuss how important Zeke Elliott is to Dak Prescott AND the Cowboys defense as well. Controlling the clock was one of the keys to last year’s success. That may be a challenge once Zeke starts serving his suspension. A suspension that Ed does not think will be automatically reduced. Matt, on the other hand, thinks that there’s a chance it will be reduced by a couple of games.
The Doomsday Podcast crew returns from a well deserved vacation.
Peter King tells The Doomsday Podcast that the Cowboys are going to be good even if Zeke Elliott misses the full 6 games.
He also says that he wouldn't be surprised if the some of the league owners rise up and start challenging Roger Goodell's power.
Future Hall of Famer Jason Witten joins Matt and Ed in this episode of The Doomsday Podcast.
He talks about accountability on and off the field. He also talks specifically about Zeke Elliott.
Continuing their focus on Tight Ends, the guys also talk about emerging Training Camp Star and Baylor Alum Rico Gathers.
Former Cowboy great Darren Woodson joins The Doomsday Podcast from Oxnard, California.
He tells Matt & Ed that he's still mad at Jerry & Jimmy for blowing up their relationship during the 90's.
Woody says that if Jerry & Jimmy hadn't ruined a good thing he would have at least 1 if not 2 more Super Bowl Rings.
Darren Woodson is still mad that Jimmy Johnson and Jerry Jones could not continue to work together. He says that it cost him at least 1 maybe 2 Super Bowl Rings...
The entire interview will be available on this feed at midnight August 10th
It's Day 2 of Cowboys Camp for The Doomsday Podcast and the Cowboys have suffered another hit on the defensive side of the ball. Tyrone Crawford goes down to a lower leg injury.
In today's episode Matt & Ed discuss the injury to Crawford. They catch up with old friend Jaylon Smith. And Running Backs Coach Gary Brown has some advice for Zeke Elliott.
The Doomsday Podcasts arrives in Oxnard as the Cowboys return to practice,
The guys catch up with Stephen Jones, Rod Marinelli and Wade Wilson.
They tackle all of the important issues of the day including:
- Jaylon Smith's recovery and updated timetable
- Dak Prescott's progress
- Ed Werder's expense account
Ed Werder returns from his trip to The Pro Football Hall of Fame where he was recognized as the 2017 Dick McCann Award winner by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA).
Matt Mosley and Ed discuss the Hall of Fame Ceremony and the induction of Jerry Jones.
Our heroes, Matt Mosley and Ed Werder return for the opening of Dallas Cowboys Training Camp.
This episode of The Doomsday Podcast features comments from Jerry Jones, Jason Garrett and Stephen Jones at the first news conference of the season.,
Matt & Ed discuss
- Garrett's belief that the Cowboys have the "right" kind of guys, even with pending suspensions
- Jerry Jones' excitement about Jaylon Smith's recovery
- The Cowboys first training camp without Tony Romo since 2003
Matt Mosley and Ed Werder catch up with Cowboys Offensive Coordinator Scott Linehan.Linehan expects the Cowboys to pick up where they left off in 2016. He thinks that Dak will build off the good things from last season. He says that Dak Prescott has been digging deep and proactive with his development this off season. He goes on to say that Prescott has a rare work ethic.Linehan also says that Zeke Elliott will probably play a little bit more this year but they will still have to manage his reps. They want to keep him fresh for down the stretch.
Our heroes, Ed & Matt take the show to The Star in Frisco and sit down with Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott. In this episode Zeke talks about his goals for the upcoming season and his relationship with his QB Dak Prescott.
Former Philadelphia Eagles QB and ESPN Analyst Ron Jaworski joins Matt Mosley and Ed Werder from The Jersey Shore in this edition of The Doomsday Podcast.Jaws offers his opinions on Colin Kaepernick, Carson Wentz, Dak Prescott and Michael Vick.He also has thoughts on Tony Romo's retirement and chances of a comeback.
In this Doomsday Preview:Ron Jaworski thinks that "...there is stupidity around the NFL for not having (Colin Kaepernick) on someone's roster."The full episode will drop Monday--June 12, 2017.
Matt & Ed catch up with an old friend--Randy Galloway.Well over 3 years ago Galloway signed off on his radio show for the final time. A few months after that, Randy walked away from a legendary career as a columnist. Few people believed that he would enjoy retirement. Many of his closest friends figured that Randy would find his way back to the media in some shape or form.They were wrong.In this episode, Randy shares some strong opinions on: --Dak Prescott --Tony Romo --Jerry Jones --Jason Garrett --The California Highway PatrolHe also tells you how he is dominating the world of retirement.
In the storied history of The Doomsday Podcast, Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith is the biggest guest that Matt Mosley has ever booked.Eyebrows were raised when Jerry Jones and crew selected injured LB Jaylon Smith from Notre Dame in the 2nd round of the 2016 NFL Draft.After Smith injured his knee in the final game of his college career (the 2016 Fiesta Bowl against Ohio State), experts suggested that it may be a career ender.Smith has spent the last 18 months or so rehabbing. And has chosen to keep a low profile during the rehab.But, as he told Matt & Ed at the end of this episode he was proud to be on The Doomsday Podcast
Philadelphia Head Coach Doug Pederson talks offseason acquisitions, draft picks, concussions, Dak Prescott, Carson Wentz, NFC East fans, cheesesteaks, AND the proper technique for summiting The Rocky Steps. All while giving us the play by play on his son's baseball game. Not bad, coach.
The guys get dressed up and head to a fancy jewelry store to chat with Cowboys starting QB and raspberry sport coat enthusiast Dak Prescott.
The guys head to Barnes & Noble to hang out with former Cowboys head coach, current LA Rams defensive coordinator and Twitter Guru, Wade Phillips. Coach Wade talks about coaching with his dad, working for a 30 year old and being a better defensive coordinator than head coach. As a bonus, the guys swing around the NFC East to scout the draft classes of the competition. Also - are we on iHeartRadio now?
Matt & Ed break down Taco, Cheeto and other, non-food-related Cowboys picks, talk to Chidobe Awuzie's college coach, Mike MacIntyre, and there was something else that happened last week...
You never forget your first. For the inaugural episode of The Doomsday Podcast, Matt & Ed somehow got Rick Gosselin from the Dallas Morning News and ESPN's Chris Mortensen to stop by for some NFL Draft talk.
The best damn Dallas Cowboys podcast in the history of human existence...until the next one. Coming soon from Matt Mosley, Ed Werder, and Spoke Media.