Monthly Archives: January 2011

Senior Bowl and More

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com I’m in the middle of reviewing the Senior Bowl game.  That will take several more days.  You have to remember that all 22 players on the field for every snap are prospects.  That means studying … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl Week – Winners and Losers

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com The Senior Bowl means different things to different players.  For top flight players, they don’t have to stand out.  Just having a solid week is good enough to keep a high grade.  Other players have … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl, Day 3

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com Day 3 — SOUTH ____________________ Andy Dalton – Solid day. Connected with Hankerson on a beautiful slant pass. Greg McElroy – Completed a deep ball in the team session, but the pass took a while … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl, Day 2

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com SOUTH OFFENSE QB Andy Dalton – The NFL-N crew raved about Andy, but I was less impressed. He had sloppy footwork in a movement drill. He looked awkward, uncomfortable. Made one terrible throw to the … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl, Day 1

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com You can’t make too much out of what happens on Monday.  The players are in shorts and shoulder pads.  They are just getting a feel for things.  Some guys adjust quickly while others take a … Continue reading

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Shrine Game Weekend

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com The Shrine Game is on Saturday. The game isn’t exactly loaded, but there are some interesting players to watch. The Shrine Game isn’t the place to look for 1st and 2nd rounders. The game is … Continue reading

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Draft Notes

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * The BCS title game was a lot of fun to watch.  I wasn’t pulling for either team.  I just wanted a good game.  And that’s exactly what I got.  I was especially happy that … Continue reading

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Around The League

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * The big talk about the Jets-Colts game is Jim Caldwell’s decision to call a timeout in the final minute. That was a questionable move, but I found some fault in what Peyton Manning and … Continue reading

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BCS Prospects and More Underclassmen Talk

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com Let’s talk about some BCS games.  First up was the Rose Bowl.  Great game and a good showcase of some talented prospects.  Wisconsin LT Gabe Carimi had a good game.  He didn’t show much that … Continue reading

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Bowl Notes and Underclassmen Talk

by Tommy Lawlor  -  http://www.ScoutsNotebook.com * Mizzou QB Blaine Gabbert has declared for the draft.  The first time I ever really paid any attention to him was the Nebraska game in 2009.  Gabbert was terrible.  I dismissed him as a … Continue reading

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