Monthly Archives: September 2010

Around the NFL – Week 3

by Tommy Lawlor  –  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * I watched the WAS/STL game last weekend.  Very interesting.  The Rams have been dreadful recently.  The Redskins are very up and down.  When they click, watch out.  When they don’t, ugh. I figured the … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 4

by Tommy Lawlor  –  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Indiana QB Ben Chappell had another strong outing.  Against Akron he was 23-33-342 and 4 TDs. * Alabama had a few guys play well in the win over Arkansas.  FS Mark Barron had 7 … Continue reading

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Player Notes – Week 4

by Tommy Lawlor  –  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Let’s start by talking about a couple of Boston College players.  We’re all happy to have LB Mark Herzlich back on the football field after he missed the 2009 season while battling cancer.  Mark … Continue reading

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Around the NFL – Week 2

by Tommy Lawlor   –   http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * One reason the Detroit Lions struggled so much in recent years is the failure to hit on their high picks.  That changed with WR Calvin Johnson.  He turned out to be the stud WR … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 3

by Tommy Lawlor  –  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Senior WR Derrell J.-Koulianos had a big game for Iowa in the loss at Arizona. He caught 7 passes for 114 yards. One went for a TD. He also averaged 29.5 yards on 2 … Continue reading

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Week 3 Notes

by Tommy Lawlor  ,  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Two of the top QB prospects for April are Ryan Mallett and Jake Locker.  They had far different games on Saturday.  Mallett led Arkansas to a 31-24 win over Georgia.  Ryan had good numbers … Continue reading

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Prospect News & Notes

by Tommy Lawlor  –  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Auburn LT Lee Ziemba will be back on the field this Saturday.  That’s good news.  Auburn and Lee were coy about exactly what his injury was, but thankfully it wasn’t the dreaded ACL.    

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By The Numbers – Week 2

by Tommy Lawlor  –  ScoutsNotebook.com Prospects and Stats from Week 2 * Kansas LB Justin Springer was in on 15 tackles in the win over Ga Tech.  3 of them were TFLs. * Ole Miss MLB Jonathan Cornell had a … Continue reading

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Prospect News

by Tommy Lawlor  –  ScoutsNotebook.com * Pitt DE Greg Romeus will undergo back surgery to deal with a disc problem.  He’s going to miss some games, but there is hope that he’ll return this year.  Romeus (6’6, 270) is a … Continue reading

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Around the League – Week 1

by Tommy Lawlor  –  ScoutsNotebook.com * The best defensive player I saw this week was Packers LB Clay Matthews. He was simply outstanding. They moved him around throughout the game so it wasn’t like Clay was benefiting from some favorable … Continue reading

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