Tag: 2012 RSP

  • 2012 Post-Draft RSP Ready for Download – Reads Listens Views 5/4/2012

    Press “Play,” then read the news when the music begins… The 2012 Post-Draft RSP Add-on is Ready for download! You know you feel like dancing! That’s right, 56 pages of post-draft goodness: Post-Draft analysis and commentary. Depth chart competition Team fit Long-term prospects Rankings Overall By Position Tiered Rankings Draft selection data for dynasty leagues…

  • Good News on a Bad Football Day: RSP Add-on to be Ready on Friday

      Bad Football Day I’m a year younger than Junior Seau, whose body was discovered yesterday after an apparent suicide. We’ll clearly learn more about his mental-emotional state in the coming days, weeks, and months, but I can tell you right now that his death is likely one more example why college and pro football…

  • RSP No-Huddle Series: Cowboys WR Danny Coale

    Announcements The RSP blog has experienced a wave of new viewers during NFL Draft season – thank you for checking it out. And thanks to those of you who post links to my work. It’s amazing how much this blog has grown in less than a year, and I have no plans on stopping. Here…

  • Post-Draft Impressions-Part II

    Post-Draft Impressions-Part II

    I’m wrapping up the weekend with my impressions of the NFL Draft. Yesterday was the first part. Today is the final half.

  • 2012 Post-Draft Skill Player Impressions Part-I

    I don’t believe in grading the draft. Many of my colleagues, ones I respect a great deal, will be providing draft grades this week. Some of them will say that they don’t believe a draft can be graded accurately for a few years, but two paragraphs later they are grading away like they’re teaching middle…

  • Reads Listens Views-NFL Draft Day 1 Edition 4/27/2012

    If you can look at Irvin’s game through the lens that he can learn better technique to stay low, learn a change-up move, and learn to diagnose run plays with extra work, the physical talent is evident. Read more below. Views That was quick. And as someone who loves evaluating players and has less patience…

  • NY Times Fifth Down Series: Luck and Griffin

    NY Times Fifth Down Series: Luck and Griffin

    Can a team really go wrong with Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin? Of course they can, history shows that top quarterback prospects bomb year after year. Do I think they can go wrong with either one? Not unless something horrific happens. Trent Richardson, Luck and Griffin are a great trio at the top of this…

  • Walk on the Wildside: My Draft to Mock-Part II

    After the response I got from last night’s Draft to Mock, apparently there’s a side to many of you that have also grown a little bored of mock drafts. So here’s Part II of My Draft to Mock. For those of you with the scanning virus, this is not a real mock. Carolina Panthers select…

  • No-Huddle Series: New Mexico State RB Kenny Turner

    I came home from work today and watched an E:60 segment about Titans running back Chris Johnson and his best friend Kenny Turner. If you haven’t seen the segment, you can read the full story about their friendship and the events that transpired that led to a felony conviction and five years in jail. If…

  • Walk on the Wildside: My Draft to Mock – Part I

    Everyone is doing mock drafts. I’m waiting for President Obama to do one on ESPN any minute now – especially with the ladies of The View likely scheduled to do one on Wednesday. For fear that my football card might be taken away, I thought it was time I do one. Like Greg Cosell, I…