2015 NFL Season: Melvin Gordon, Amari Cooper Lead Offensive Rookie Projections

For first year players, projecting their rookie seasons provides a difficult, two-part dynamic: College scouting report and production, and rookie season team situation. Some top talents have injuries or situation stifle their rookie year potential, while other lesser talents get the benefit of their team’s needs to produce at a high level. While each team […]

2015 NFL Draft: After Winston and Mariota, Who Are the Next Quarterbacks Up?

The “Jameis Winston vs. Marcus Mariota” debate will continue up until draft day, and throughout both of their careers. Following those two, however, the 2015 draft class has become widely known as a poor quarterback class. While this class doesn’t offer another “projected” NFL starter, there are still a handful of passers that have the […]

2015 NFL Combine: Seven Prospects Who Should “Blow Up” in Indianapolis

The NFL Combine has tremendous value for NFL teams from a player evaluation standpoint. While interviewing top quarterback, comparing top prospects and weeding out players from the big board is a huge aspect, team’s mostly want to make sure they haven’t “missed” on any guys, especially ones they may have under-appreciated. These seven players are […]

2015 Senior Bowl: Ten Guys to Watch During the Senior Bowl

While the most important part of the 2015 Seniro Bowl was the practices, the game still provides ample value for NFL teams to still watch live and request game film. Some players thrive on game day, many need to solidify a strong week, while others are at positions where game film is more important than […]

Ranking the Top Five Offensive and Defensive Rookie Performances This Year

The 2014 rookie class has been one of the best in recent memory, with receivers dominating the headlines as arguably the best class in NFL rookie history and defensive front-seven players being asked to shoulder the load of their respective defenses’ success. Among the loaded receiver unit, Odell Beckham Jr. shined as the most feared […]

Five Things Johnny Manziel and The Browns Can Do To Prevent a Repeat of Week 15

Johnny Manziel had arguably the worst game for a rookie quarterback in the 2014 season. His performance agains the Bengals was worse than any Blake Bortles or Zach Mettenberger or Derek Carr performance. Even Tom Savage looked more composed than Manziel. But his struggles aren’t all on him. The playcalling, the poor running game, and […]

What’s Next For EJ Manuel and Geno Smith in their NFL Careers?

By early April of 2013, the pre-NFL draft antics of “which teams wanted which quarterbacks” had begun to vanish. The secret was out: no one really liked ANY of the passers in the class. The favorite among most outside of the NFL was West Virginia’s Geno Smith, but his college offense limitations and attitude concerns […]

Week 10 Rookie Class Rankings: Cardinals and Browns Rookies Could Lead Them to Playoffs and Beyond

With six teams on bye, some of the top rookie performers, like Teddy Bridgewater, Anthony Barr and Bashaun Breeland weren’t in action this week. However, consistent rookie performers for the Cardinals (John Brown, Deone Bucannnon) and Browns (Terrence West, Joel Bitonio) lead the list of rising rookie classes. For the Browns, even without their first-round […]