There is John Ross, Cory Davis, JuJu Schuster-Smith…there is even Cooper Kupp. Wide receiver is an intriguing position group in this year’s draft, with a host of players expected to go off the boards early. Productive players can be had later in the draft, and one name to consider is
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With many eyes on Alabama tight end O.J. Howard at the NFL Scouting Combine last week, the rest of that position group did its very best to make sure that scouts, evaluators, and casual observers noticed them. One player in particular did a fine job of elevating his name to
In another look at the rookie season for notable running backs in 2016, we come to the 2015 Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry of the Tennessee Titans. Let’s take a look and see how his first year in the pros compared to other rookies of recent years.
Continuing my look at rookie running backs, and comparing them to recent players at the same position, attention now turns to the Windy City, and Jordan Howard of the Chicago Bears.
After casting a weathered eye over Ezekiel Elliott last time out, we stay in the NFC East to look historical comparisons to the rookie season of Washington Redskins running back Rob Kelley.
Continuing our look back at rookie running backs from 2016, we come to Denver Broncos RB Devontae Booker. How did Booker’s first year in the NFL compare with other recent RBs? Let’s take a look.
Charles Kleinheksel has covered rookie wide receivers, I’ve brought you tight ends and quarterbacks. Completing the journey, we move on to first year running backs. And who better to begin with than the reigning NFL rushing leader, Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys?
After checking out the historical comps for two early-draft-pick quarterbacks, the focus of my attention now shifts to a player taken in the fourth round of the draft last May, namely Dak Prescott of the Cowboys. The man who Drew Bledsoe‘d Tony Romo, who ironically Drew Bledsoe’d Drew
After looking at recent comps for the second overall pick in last years draft, it is only fair that now my attention should turn to the player taken directly ahead of him, namely Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff.