RSP Film Room No.3 w/Guest Josh Norris, Rotoworld: RBs T.J. Yeldon and Tevin Coleman


Rotoworld’s rising star Josh Norris joins me in the RSP Film Room to review tape of Alabama RB T.J. Yeldon and Indiana back Tevin Coleman. Some of the topics covered in this episode:

  • Norris’ concept “Where he wins.”
  • What is “having a nose for the end zone?”
  • Fine points of RB pass protection.
  • NFL creases vs. college creases.
  • Why falling forward is an important nuance to running.
  • Studying tape of performances of small programs vs. big programs.

Subscribe to the RSP blog or to my YouTube so you don’t miss these Friday episodes. Future guests include Draftbreakdown’s Ryan Lownes, Bleacher Report’s Ryan Riddle, and Footballguys’ Cecil Lammey.

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Categories: 2015 NFL Draft, Matt Waldman, Players, RSP Film Room Hangouts, Running BackTags: , , , , , , , , ,

3 comments

  1. i’m sure this has been brought up- but in future videos are you planning on keeping the screen focused on the play? I’m sure you notice there are times in this video and the sigmund bloom video where the guest is talking about the play or skills and the screen is focused on them instead of on the video displaying it, so it can be a bit hard to follow.

  2. Really really good stuff fellas! Love this series!

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