For Maximum Effect: Mute the sound on this Cliff Branch highlight and open a second window on your browser and check out my link to the Gap Band’s “You Dropped a Bomb On Me,” later in this post.
The response to the publication of the 2012 Rookie Scouting Portfolio has been great. I appreciate the feedback from old and new readers alike. I’m already setting plans in motion to make 2013′s publication even better and I’m actually evaluating games for next year. Texas A&M’s Christine Michael and Ryan Swope are two players I placed under the microscope this week and Oklahoma’s Landry Jones isn’t far behind. In the coming weeks I’ll be posting content here for both 2012 and 2013.
If you haven’t purchased the 2012 RSP, I believe you’ll be blown away by the depth of analysis. I can tell you bluntly that worst thing about the RSP is the thought, “why did I wait so long to pull the trigger on this?!” after looking through it. If you have an iPad, consider GoodReader – I’m repeatedly told it works amazingly well on iPads with this excellent app.
Get the 2012 Rookie Scouting Portfolio and you’ll understand why I keep pounding this point home like Anthony Munoz beating your ass 80 times a game in the trenches:
Thomas Gower’s Look Back at the 2006 Draft
Sigmund Bloom’s Prediction of Five Surprise First-Round Picks in the 2012 NFL Draft
Wes Bunting’s Draft Prospects He’d Fight For
Greg Cosell w/Yahoo!’s Doug Farrar talking RBs and WRs on The Shutdown Corner Podcast
Al Davis’ Theme Song During the Raiders’s Prime
Chris Potter is the Peyton Manning of the Tenor Saxophone
This is the best visual of the joy of play I’ve seen in a while.
This is a great demonstration of the power of music – thanks to Miguel Rodriguez for hipping me to this video. Very powerful.
Moral Behavior in Animals