Monthly Archives: November 2012

Stanford/UCLA Notes

by David Syvertsen I just watched the Stanford/UCLA matchup.  They play again Friday night in the conference’s championship game, an interesting situation. Stanford has two players on offense worth looking in to.  Running back Stepfan Taylor (5’11/215) is the school’s all time leading rusher.  He … Continue reading

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MAQB – Week 12

by NFL Gimpy I love Thanksgiving. I ate a ton of food and watched football the entire day. It’s heaven. Rex Ryan got steamrolled, the Cowboys lost, and the Texans won a close one again. Unfortunately due to Sunday night … Continue reading

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Senior TEs

by David Syvertsen The tight end market in this year’s class will be heavy on underclassmen.  The senior group, however, is under the radar at this point.  I’ve had some difficulty locating the guys that have the big time potential to be … Continue reading

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MAQB – Week 11

by NFL Gimpy The NFL gets more and more bizarre every week. Here are a few of the crazy things that happened this weekend: -Matt Ryan becomes the first QB since 1967 (Bart Starr) to throw 5 interceptions in a … Continue reading

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MAQB – Week 10 (already?)

by NFL Gimpy A tie? Ugh. A tie is the worst on field result if you have no vested interest in the outcome. As a fan of football who didn’t care whether San Francisco or St. Louis won, a tie … Continue reading

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MAQB – Week 9

by NFL Gimpy Don’t call it a comeback! Well, at least that’s what the Bucs, Steelers, Colts, and Lions would want you to believe. After rough starts for all 3 teams, each have won their past 2 games to vault … Continue reading

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Draft Notebook – Big Name Players

By David Svertsen OFFENSE The strength of the 2013 NFL Draft class will be in the trenches, notably on the defensive edge.  When all is said and done between now and April, I can see six of the top ten selections … Continue reading

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Draft Notebook – Overrated & Underrated

by David Syvertsen Now that we are a full two months in to the season, we can start to gauge where a lot of prospects will stand next spring.  A lot can and will happen over the next few months, but … Continue reading

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