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Joe Mixon RB Scouting Report Cover

Joe Mixon has first round talent, but is he worth the risk?

Morality or football potential? This is the question general managers will face in evaluating the prospect of drafting Joe Mixon this year. A former five-star, all-purpose back in the 2014 recruiting class, Mixon chose Oklahoma over Wisconsin,… …

Apr 22, 2017 Samuel Gold

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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&hellip…

Apr 03, 2017 Samuel Gold

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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… Art…

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.… Artic…

Mar 17, 2017 Samuel Gold

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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’ … Art…

Mar 09, 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 … Arti…

Feb 01, 2017 Samuel Gold

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David Johnson was much better than his 3.4 yards per carry vs Seahawks

The Arizona Cardinals have surprisingly struggled this season, but an MVP candidate emerged from the wreckage, and no it wasn’t Carson Palmer. Running back David Johnson has been unreal this year, gaining over 2,000 total yards and reaching… A…

Jan 26, 2017 Samuel Gold

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How Jonathan Stewart eluded the Redskins defense

Drops, penalties, and lack of run defense destroyed the Washington Redskins’ playoff chances on Monday night vs the Carolina Panthers. In this game, veteran running back Jonathan Stewart amassed 132 yards on 25 carries. The Panthers were… Arti…

Jan 17, 2017 Samuel Gold

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The good and the bad from Broncos running back Devontae Booker

Coming out of Utah, scouts loved running back Devontae Booker’s versatility and his one-cut downhill running style. Most saw the potential for him to be a complete three-down back and one of the bigger “steals” of the 2016… Art…

Jan 05, 2017 Samuel Gold

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Don’t believe the numbers, Thomas Rawls had a good game

In the Seattle Seahawks 5-14 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, the blocking by the offensive line was a major issue. Although Thomas Rawls only gained 38 yards on 12 carries, he actually ran well. Unlike last week versus the Eagles, … …

Jan 02, 2017 Samuel Gold

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