23 Apr 2013, 12:53pm by Matt Waldman
A polarizing player in the draft community engenders endless debate -- even after we see that player on an NFL field. If he succeeds, his backers believe that the detractors over analyzed the situation. If the prospect struggles, the naysayers will claim the backers didn’t see enough. In this sense, Le’Veon Bell is a polarizing player.
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21 Apr 2013, 11:05am by Matt Waldman
Compared to his peers in this 2013 wide receiver draft class, Robert Woods has a “quiet game.” The USC Trojan is an average-sized receiver with good quickness, but his measurements as an athlete is nothing special. Yet, Woods is one of the best prospects at his position – a wide receiver class that I contend is a deep one.
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17 Apr 2013, 01:17pm by Matt Waldman
The biggest problem with scouting is the system, not the scouts themselves. Matt Waldman explains why the NFL's evaluation process is low-hanging fruit for an overhaul.
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14 Apr 2013, 06:06pm by Matt Waldman
Wheaton is my favorite wide receiver in this draft.
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10 Apr 2013, 11:58am by Matt Waldman
Both are exceptional athletes, but despite playing the same position these players are what Robert Frost once wrote, “two roads diverged in the wood.”
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08 Apr 2013, 08:12pm by Matt Waldman
Major criminal charges aside, factoring character into a prospect's evaluation when you're not part of an NFL team is a dangerous proposition.
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04 Apr 2013, 04:09pm by Matt Waldman
Nick Whalen examines 12-15 games each of Cordarrelle Patterson, Tavon Austin, and Robert Woods to profile how elusive each receiver is in each phase of football.
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03 Apr 2013, 01:32pm by Matt Waldman
Who are Perez Ashford and Miguel Maysonet? And why does conventional wisdom underrate Texas A&M's Ryan Swope?
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27 Mar 2013, 11:25am by Matt Waldman
College offenses are targeting running backs of all sizes and roles in ways that continue to blur the line between runner and wide receiver.
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25 Mar 2013, 03:47am by Matt Waldman
Once upon a time, D.J. Harper was the lead back in the Boise State offense over Doug Martin.