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.
After taking a look at rookie tight ends, and comparing them to recent players and their first years in the NFL, I have now turned my attention towards the most important single position in sports – the quarterback. The first player to warrant my attention? The second overall pick in
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How does Austin Hooper’s rookie campaign compare to previous rookies, and what do they tell us about his future?
Charles Kleinheksel has begun a series of articles looking at rookie wide receivers, and placing their first NFL seasons in some kind of historical context. Well, the NFL is a copycat league, so I thought it only right to appropriate this idea and take a look at tight ends.
One of the NFL’s more unpleasant traditions, the annual post Super Bowl bloodletting has begun.
There are some things that people do that make the rest of us look on and ask, “why would you do that?” Like putting milk into the cup before the tea, or listening to a One Direction album without earmuffs. But there is an affliction that affects a small subset
After a stellar year for tight ends not called Rob Gronkowski in 2015, the position came crashing back down to earth in 2016.