Ron Jaworski is one of the most popular and knowledgeable analysts covering the NFL today. Since joining ESPN in 1990, the former standout NFL quarterback has covered the league from virtually every angle—sideline reporter, game-site reporter, host and both studio and game analyst, including a five-year stint on Monday Night Football from 2007-2011.
Todd McShay joined ESPN in 2006 as a football analyst, providing in-depth scouting information on college football players across the country, including the nation’s top NFL Draft prospects.
We caught up with this dynamic duo in Waco, Texas at the Baylor pro day. Ron Jaworski loves breaking down QB’s and thinks unequivocally Andrew Luck will be the No. 1 pick and RGIII will go to the Redskins at No. 2. He also tells Bleacher Report that the entire city of Denver will be improved by Peyton Manning being there.
Did the Redskins mortgage their future trading for RGIII? McShay thinks so, but quickly points out that it was something the Redskins had to do. The NFL Draft analyst also says that with few exceptions (Trent Dilfer and Brad Johnson), teams just don’t win Super Bowls with mediocre quarterbacks.