Monthly Archives: January 2014

Early Senior Bowl Review

I haven’t had a chance to study the tape yet, but here are some initial thoughts on the Senior Bowl. * Dee Ford was the MVP and he deserved it. Ford was explosive off the ball and disruptive all afternoon. … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl – Day 3

SOUTH QB Jimmy Garoppolo is a player I like. Not everyone is sold on him, though. One of the questions with Garoppolo is his ability to throw the deep ball. He doesn’t have a great arm. He doesn’t have great … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl – Day 2

SOUTH * Bad news. CB Aaron Colvin tore his ACL. He was having a good week and had a chance to be a Top 50 pick. You hate when a kid gets hurt at this time of the year. He’ll … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl Notes – Day 1

NORTH * Logan Thomas looked like Logan Thomas. You never want to get on a kid too much on the first day, but Thomas didn’t do anything to make me think I should hop on his bandwagon. He looks great. … Continue reading

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Senior Bowl Weigh-In Highlights

The weigh-in is over. Rather than just post the numbers, let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly. Jeremiah Attaochu – 6032, 252 – That’s good size for him. He’s just over 6-3 and came in … Continue reading

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Pro and College Notes

* The NFC title game features the best teams in the NFL going head-to-head. The Niners at the Seahawks. This is the matchup we all wanted to see. It should be a nasty, physical game. Old school football. It’s good … Continue reading

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Johnny Football, Part 1

Johnny Manziel is headed to the NFL. We knew this was going to happen. For some reason he was hesitant to announce this for about a week, but it was inevitable Johnny Football has proven he can be a great … Continue reading

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Draft Notes

* Logan Thomas is a polarizing player. Some people love his size and raw skills. There is no questioning that he’s got a strong arm or that he can be a very good runner. He makes his share of “wow” … Continue reading

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Underclassmen WRs Leaving in Droves

#Indiana 1,000-yard WR Latimer declares for 2014 #NFLDraft http://t.co/tAxSY3NVGQ — CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) January 6, 2014 #LSU WRs Odell Beckham Jr. + Jarvis Landry reportedly have decided to enter 2014 #NFLDraft http://t.co/KKPW0ObCUr — CollegeFootball 24/7 (@NFL_CFB) January 5, 2014 #Clemson … Continue reading

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A Safety Worth Checking Out

Louisville safety Calvin Pryor is a stud. He can play in the box or deep. Love his aggressiveness, instincts & ball skills. — Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) January 6, 2014 Pryor had 75 tackles this year, 5.5 TFLs, 4 pass breakups … Continue reading

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