04 Nov 2013, 02:28pm by Matt Waldman
Part II examines how the weaknesses of this offense creates a vicious cycle of degradation to Griffin's game, but there are also several reasons for hope if Griffin can hang tough. Read the rest at the Rookie Scouting Portfolio blog.
11 comments, Last at 06 Nov 2013, 6:21pm by LionInAZ
02 Nov 2013, 12:25pm by Matt Waldman
As dazzling as Seastrunk is –- and I see the potential for him to dazzle in the NFL –- what he’ll need to do to earn those opportunities are the boring things that make his game efficient as well as productive.
3 comments, Last at 02 Jan 2015, 11:14pm by avelin
30 Oct 2013, 09:18pm by Matt Waldman
Sounds like an adult film, right? It is and it isn’t. What I witnessed from Washington’s passing offense against Denver this weekend was so nasty it will compel viewers take a long shower afterwards. Equally disturbing is that this film possesses a lot of elements of an exploitation flick and I had a difficult time watching an innocent, young talent treated this way. Worst of all, it’s difficult to assess blame and there in lurks the elements of psychological horror that chills the blood.
Read the rest at the RSP Blog.
29 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2013, 10:28pm by greybeard
26 Oct 2013, 10:27am by Matt Waldman
Eric Ebron is the hot name among the NFL Draft media, but the University of North Carolina tight end isn’t some flash fire that ignited at Chapel Hill in mid-October.
3 comments, Last at 02 Jan 2015, 11:11pm by avelin
22 Oct 2013, 11:54am by Matt Waldman
At least once a week on Twitter, I see a writer slam Stafford for his poor footwork, his unsound throwing form, and his tendency not to follow through with his release in situations where he had a chance. And these Emily Posts of NFL football analysis are accurate with their takes. But are they really seeing the big picture?
75 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2013, 4:31pm by lions fan
19 Oct 2013, 01:22am by Matt Waldman
The Arizona State defensive tackle’s story is turning into another example of where the system is focused on spotting flaws more than serious consideration of how to maximize available talent.
1 comment, Last at 21 Oct 2013, 11:18am by Tglass
16 Oct 2013, 11:29am by Matt Waldman
Height, vertical prowess, and strength are helpful, but there is technique involved with winning a “50/50 ball.” His touchdown reception late in the fourth quarter against two Patriots defensive backs is a great example. Here is a frame-by-frame demonstration.
10 comments, Last at 17 Oct 2013, 1:26pm by Theo
15 Oct 2013, 12:05am by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman posts his college scouting report of Chargers' WR Keenan Allen, his No. 2 receiver in the 2013 NFL Draft class.
2 comments, Last at 16 Oct 2013, 12:47am by Scott C
12 Oct 2013, 11:04am by Matt Waldman
An intuitive player with good ball skills, Rashad Greene is one of Matt Waldman's favorites in this 2014 class. However, "favorite" doesn't always mean "best."
2 comments, Last at 02 Jan 2015, 11:19pm by avelin
08 Oct 2013, 02:45am by Matt Waldman
It’s incredibly difficult to boil down any player with just one play. Yet, if Matt Waldman needed a play to add to the highlight reel that will help a team make a decision where to slot Wilder, Jr. on its board, this is his nomination - not because it's the most impressive play as much as it's a telling indication of the player in terms of that double-edged sword.
1 comment, Last at 03 Dec 2013, 1:47am by online essay writer