Draft Rewind 2016: Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about CHRIS JONES: Mississippi State, 6056 310 5.03. Junior entry from Houston, MS. One-year starter. Played inside as a three or one technique for the Bulldogs. Can be a dominant player pushing a blocker up the field then giving chase to the quarterback. Long arms and huge hands to control inside blocking schemes. Gets inside pressure and penetration which pushes the quarterback off his throwing spot. Fills the gap and jams up the ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Jalen Ramsey, Jacksonville Jaguars

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JALEN RAMSEY: Florida State, 6012 209 4.38. Junior entry and voted team captain. Three-year starter from Smyrna, TX. Consensus All-America and team defensive MVP. Started at boundary corner and returned kickoffs. Has starts at both corner and safety. Outstanding ball skills. A physical corner who suffocates receivers. A heady player who is always looking to make something happen. Going for a strip or punching the ball out. He plays ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about RYAN KELLY: Alabama, 6040 311 5.07. Three-year starter from West Chester, OH. Makes all the live calls and seals the pursuit from advancing on the second level. Lacks a power presence. More of a finesse wall off and position blocker. Has a slender lower body and inconsistent knee bend. Overextends and goes to the ground more than a player with his athletic ability should. Struggles with his ability to stay balanced with knee bend ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Will Fuller, Houston Texans

What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about WILL FULLER: Notre Dame, 6001 186 4.36. Junior entry. Two-year starter from Philadelphia, PA. Second team All-America. Fourth receiver in Irish history to have consecutive 1000-yard seasons. In 2014 was the Irish Offensive Player of the Year. Explosive downfield speed. A definite vertical threat. A multiple alignment receiver who has an equal split right (49%) and left (43.4%). He lines up in the slot about 7% of the time to ... Read more >>
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Super Bowl LI Capsules: Patriots vs Falcons

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2017 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS–AFC EAST (16-2) AT ATLANTA FALCONS–NFC SOUTH (13-5) SERIES   PATRIOTS FALCONS LEADER 7-6 STREAKS Past 4 COACHES VS. OPP. Bill Belichick: 4-1 Dan Quinn: 0-0 COACHES PLAYOFF RECORD Bill Belichick: 25-10 Dan Quinn: 2-0 COMMON OPP. NE: 4-1 (Az. 1-0; Den. 1-0; LA 1-0; Sea. 0-1; SF 1-0)Atl.: 5-1 (Az. 1-0; Den. 1-0; LA 1-0; Sea. 1-1; SF 1-0) PLAYOFF RECORD 31-19 9-12 LAST ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Kenny Clark, Green Bay Packers

What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KENNY CLARK: UCLA, 6025 314 5.08. Junior entry and captain from San Bernardino, CA. Started 29 consecutive games for the Bruins over two plus years. Second leading tackler on the team as a defensive tackle. Third team All-America and first team All-Pac 12. An inside run stuffer who is disruptive and draws double teams. Has a thick lower body, good strength, balance, and leverage. Gets upfield push. Played in the Bruins’ defense ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2009: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about MATTHEW STAFFORD: Georgia, 6022, 225, 4.84. Junior entry. Three-year starter. Right handed. Plays in a pro style offense that is built around the play action game. Takes snap from under center and in shotgun. Streaky passer that is physically gifted. Runs both the huddle and no huddle offense. Excellent arm strength. Inconsistencies seem to appear when he is not in a rhythm. Will force the ball, throw into coverage, and make ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Paxton Lynch, Denver Broncos

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about PAXTON LYNCH: Memphis, 6065 244 4.81. Junior entry from Deltona, FL. Three-year starter who was redshirted his first year. He plays in a spread quarterback friendly offense. Possesses the arm strength to make all the tough throws. Creates plays by stepping up into the pocket, sets his feet, and follows through with his passes. Has the talent to create plays. Appears to keep a cool head and demonstrates good leadership responsibilities. ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2016: Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

    What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about DAK PRESCOTT: Mississippi State. 6022 226 4.78. Three-year starter from Haughton, LA. Arguably the best and most decorated player in Bulldog history, owns 38 school records. A natural leader who is durable and tough. Poised, athletic, instinctive, and smart with good field vision. Built like a running back with a thick upper and lower body. Plays in a spread offense featuring horizontal passes to his wide receivers ... Read more >>
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Jordy Nelson Named 2016 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, Beasley Named Most Improved

Green Bay wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who rebounded from a season-ending knee injury suffered in the 2015 preseason to lead the NFL in receiving touchdowns in 2016, was selected as the 2016 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, chosen in voting conducted by the Professional Football Writers of America (PFWA). Atlanta linebacker Vic Beasley, who led the NFL in sacks, was selected as the 2016 NFL Most Improved Player of the Year. Nelson spent the entire 2015 season on injured reserve ... Read more >>
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