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Seahawks take offensive tackle Cam Robinson in consensus mock draft

In my first consensus mock draft of the 2017 NFL Draft season, the Seattle Seahawks take Cam Robinson, offensive tackle from the University of Alabama, with the 26th selection. This mock draft was created using the average selection of 48 other mock drafts with the highest available player being selected. While the Seahawks signed Luke

Apr 05, 2017 Samuel Gold
LeonardFournettte ScoutingReport

Leonard Fournette’s power and speed make him a Top 10 pick

Leonard Fournette was the number one running back in the 2014 high school class, and number two overall behind only Myles Garrett. He had offers from all over the country, but decided to sign with his home state LSU Tigers. Standing at 6’1 240 pounds, Fournette is a thickly built man with a very powerful

Apr 03, 2017 Samuel Gold
DalvinCookScoutingReprot

Dalvin Cook is a first round running back despite poor showing at NFL Combine

Dalvin Cook was a five-star recruit in the 2014 class and he had offers from the Florida Gators and Florida State Seminoles, but chose the Seminoles after doing the “Gator Chomp” in multiple interviews. His patience and quickness should get him drafted in the first round despite a poor combine performance in which he scored

Apr 01, 2017 Samuel Gold
Christian McCaffrey Scouting Report Stanford Cover

Christian McCaffrey’s versatility could get him drafted in the first round

Christian McCaffrey, running back out of Stanford University, enters the 2017 NFL Draft as a potential first round pick. At Stanford, he showed elite elusiveness, vision, and the ability to create yards with underrated burst up the field. He ran a variety of offensive principles including both power and zone concepts. He ran Power-O from

Mar 17, 2017 Samuel Gold
Tom Brady Super Bowl Comeback Cover

How Tom Brady completed the comeback | Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl 51 featured one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history and at the center of it all was Tom Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback who led the charge after being down by 25 points late in the third quarter. During the first half, the Patriots offense was terrible and the Atlanta Falcons

Mar 13, 2017 Samuel Gold
James White Deserves Super Bowl Cover

James White deserves more recognition | Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl 51 was a tale of two halves. The first half featured the Atlanta Falcons consistently gaining yards through the air with Matt Ryan and Julio Jones. The second half featured Tom Brady’s quick passing game, while the Patriots’ defense smothered the Falcons red-hot offense. At one point in this game, Atlanta had a

Mar 09, 2017 Samuel Gold
MattRyan99 Yard Drive Cover

Falcons’ 99-yard drive vs Seahawks demonstrates their ability to be dynamic and unpredictable

The Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots face this Sunday in the biggest game of the year: Super Bowl LI. On paper, this game appears to be a shootout between Matt Ryan and Tom Brady. According to FootballOutsiders, Atlanta has the number one offense, while New England is ranked second. The Falcons offense is led

Mar 05, 2017 Samuel Gold
Julio Jones Routes Cover

Julio Jones will force Bill Belichick to game plan for him in Super Bowl

In the NFC Conference Championship game, Julio Jones gained 180 yards through the air on nine catches while also hauling in two touchdowns. In this game, he showcased excellent route running, elite speed, and how to use his 6’4” frame to box out defenders and high point passes. The Green Bay Packers’ defense simply had

Feb 09, 2017 Samuel Gold
Falcons Seahawks Stunts Cover

The Seahawks offensive line couldn’t handle the Falcons stunts

The Seattle Seahawks are officially out of Super Bowl contention after losing to the Atlanta Falcons 36-20. While blame should be equally shared among the players, the offensive line was once again the main culprit holding Russell Wilson and the offense back from scoring. Dan Quinn’s Falcons called stunt after stunt, stretching the thin fabric

Feb 05, 2017 Samuel Gold
Thomas Rawls Power Cover

How the Seahawks were successful running the football again

Tom Cable varied his running scheme in the Seattle Seahawks wild card win over the Detroit Lions on Saturday. As Lars Russell pointed out earlier this week, the Seahawks threw in some “power” running plays along with their traditional zone blocking scheme. What is a “power” running play? A power run is a running play

Feb 01, 2017 Samuel Gold
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