One of the best.
6 years ago
Eisenberg is pompous at times, very defensive when he gets it wrong, has a colossal ego, and he steps on his co-hosts, but the knowledge is there and he is balanced out well by Dave Richard. What makes this work is that both of the analysts are coming from different perspectives: Richard seems to have real football knowledge while Eisenberg is a numbers geek. They disagree more often than most analysts, which is the real reason to listen to this: their disagreements allow a lot of room for insight to come through, and it forces listeners to take sides and make a more informed decision when it comes to drafting or start/sit problems.
Also, it isn't that the content isn't thorough enough, but the duration is often too short.