19 Sep 2014, 04:50pm by Matt Waldman
Is Johnson capable of NFL brilliance? Burst will ultimately tell the tale.
16 Sep 2014, 12:41pm by Matt Waldman
T.J. Yeldon is a big man with a little stride. How well will it work in the NFL? Learn who else share this running style.
13 Sep 2014, 12:47pm by Matt Waldman
One of the most compelling skill players in this draft is former QB Jerick McKinnon, the Vikings’ third-round pick to back up Adrian Peterson
1 comment, Last at 13 Sep 2014, 5:16pm by Raiderjoe
13 Sep 2014, 10:22am by Matt Waldman
Cooper's game has elements of Michael Crabtree and Roddy White. See what he must learn to fit into either one of these starters' development trajectory.
1 comment, Last at 16 Sep 2014, 7:13am by Tomlin_Is_Infallible
11 Sep 2014, 09:34am by Matt Waldman
Running Backs don’t have to be “five-tool” ball carriers to succeed in the NFL — especially if a couple of tools compensate for a lack of others. Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon might be this kind of prospect.
1 comment, Last at 11 Sep 2014, 6:07pm by big10freak
06 Sep 2014, 11:34am by Matt Waldman
Abdullah could get lost in a strong class of running backs with size and speed, but good, all-round football players are just as hard to find.
2 comments, Last at 06 Sep 2014, 7:41pm by Matt Waldman
06 Sep 2014, 10:55am by Matt Waldman
Some plays are like Rorschach inkblots because there’s no definitive answer to why they unfold the way they do. If you were a coach, which issue with this play involving Michigan star Devin Funchess do you think has the highest impact on its outcome? You vote.
1 comment, Last at 09 Sep 2014, 8:37pm by andrew
05 Sep 2014, 10:32am by Matt Waldman
aunted wide receiver prospects Jaelen Strong and Ty Montgomery demonstrate that when it comes to the a craft of playing the position, a slow mind negates size, strength, and speed.
01 Sep 2014, 12:51pm by Matt Waldman
DeVante Parker knows the vertical game, but must learn to sell it.
1 comment, Last at 01 Sep 2014, 4:45pm by Theo
25 Aug 2014, 10:46am by Matt Waldman
Nebraska runner Ameer Abdullah’s 43-yard touchdown vs. Illinois offers a sound example of the difficulties of judging speed without a stopwatch, but why it’s still as important as the 40-time.
4 comments, Last at 26 Aug 2014, 2:04pm by tuluse