Views: My First Pair of Dawgs
The only tandem of corners on the same team to attend three consecutive Pro Bowls in NFL history.
There’s Still Time to Get The Jump on Impact Rookies And Sleepers
Training camp and preseason yields surprises every summer. Who would have thought Russell Wilson would flash starter talent? Ryan Tannehill would be praised for his poise? Bryce Brown praised for his hands and starter potential? Dwayne Allen lauded for his all-around game? LaVonn Brazill earning first-team reps? And Bobby Rainey out-shining Bernard Pierce?
Get the jump on these guys each April when the Rookie Scouting Portfolio is available for download and then receive the free post-draft update a week after the NFL Draft. You’ll be armed with the most comprehensive analysis of skill players available anywhere:
- Pre-draft rankings
- Grades and grading sheets
- A glossary of definitions for the grading criteria
- Play-by-play analysis that illustrates why each player was given his grade
- Overrated, underrated, and long-term projects
- Post-draft rankings
- Post-draft tiered cheat sheets
- Stylistic comparisons to past NFL players
The pre-draft RSP is a downloadable magazine of 150-200 pages that includes an index of 700-800 pages of grading forms and play-by-play analysis that shows all my game study on every player. The post-draft document is another 50-80 pages of rankings, cheat sheets and analysis.
If your fantasy leagues haven’t had its drafts there is still time to. If you play in dynasty leagues, my readers frequently keep, use, and purchase the RSP from previous years. It’s their secret weapon.
Simply put, the RSP will blow your mind. I have my share of hits and misses but unlike most publications, I show you all of my work. My documentation of play-by-play can help you learn more about the game and the player regardless of my overall assessment of the player. Best yet, I am donating 10 percent of each sale to Darkness to Light, a non-profit that trains the community to combat sexual abuse.
Eric Stoner Breaks Down Aaron Rodgers versus Kansas City’s disguised quarters coverage
Some hack trying to tell you that Bobby Rainey is pretty good.
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