Monthly Archives: November 2013

QB Purgatory

What if I told you that having a bad quarterback was better than having an above average quarterback? Would you believe it? Of course you wouldn’t. A team that has Andy Dalton as their starting QB is better off than … Continue reading

Posted in Philosophy | Tagged | 11 Comments

The Alternative Route

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost, 1920 “The Road Not Taken” may be something NFL general managers may want to investigate … Continue reading

Posted in Philosophy, Salary Cap | 11 Comments

The Art of Separation

When discussing receivers, the typical evaluator will discuss size, speed, strength, hands, body control, and route running. A bigger wide receiver has an opportunity to make more catches because his size gives him an advantage. Hands, speed, and strength are … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, Evaluations, Position Breakdown | 8 Comments