Monthly Archives: February 2012

MAQB

Here is Gimpy’s take on how things look for the Steelers and Buccaneers.  Doesn’t sound promising – if he’s right.  And Gimpy is right at least a handful of times every year.  

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Pre-Combine Mock Draft

1. Indianapolis – Andrew Luck, QB Stanford The question really isn’t where Andrew Luck is going to be next fall as much as where Peyton Manning will be at this point. I’m pretty confident the Colts will be going with … Continue reading

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Player Notes

* DE Whitney Mercilus is a player I’ve failed to write about enough this year. Let’s change that. The Junior from Illinois had a breakout year and emerged as one of the nation’s top pass rushers. He led the nation … Continue reading

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Under the Radar – WR Jordan White

by Dan Klausner Jordan White WR Western Michigan 6’0, 215  (est.) 2011: 140 receptions, 1911 yards, 13.7 YPC, 61 long, 17 TD 2010: 94 REC, 1378 YDS, 14.7 YPC, 74 LNG, 10 TD 2009: 53 REC, 684 YDS, 12.9 YPC, … Continue reading

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1st Round WR Thoughts – And Stragglers

We’ve been getting plenty of questions on wide receivers, particularly who will go in the 1st Round. I wanted to take some time to address who at this point I actually value as a 1st Round pick and then talk … Continue reading

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MAQB

by Gimpy How was everyone’s first football free weekend? If you aren’t a hockey or basketball fan, I imagine it was pretty boring. Thankfully I’m a huge hockey fan and a weekend of great matchups kept me entertained. If you’ve … Continue reading

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Draft Talk – Quick Hits

* There seems to be some negativity in regard to WR Justin Blackmon. I don’t really understand that. Good size. Strong, tough, physical. Very good hands. Good athlete. He does lack top speed. I get that. Darius Heyward-Bey had elite … Continue reading

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SAM LBs

A decade ago, SAM LBs were supposed to be 6’4, 250.  They needed to be rugged at the point of attack (POA).  They had to set the edge on run plays.  They needed to be able to cover TEs, based … Continue reading

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Scouting & The Draft

The season is complete. The all star games are over. All we have left is the Combine and Pro Days/individual workouts. Then it is on to NYC for the draft in April. There have been a lot of good discussions … Continue reading

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Player Notes

* Re-watched some Boise State tape.  Wanted to get another look at DE/LB Shea McClellin.  I liked him a lot early in the year, then he sort of fell off my radar.  I guess I kept focusing on Billy Winn … Continue reading

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