1. Is Eddie Lacy a Perfect Fit for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

    Football coaches often talk about their team not losing its identity, but every year a couple of teams do. It's quite puzzling. Coaches are hired to their respective positions specifically to organize a locker room and a philosophy in one direction...

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  2. How Mike Shanahan Can Evolve the Redskins' Offense in RG3's Second Year

    The success of Robert Griffin III was not as much of a surprise as it was simply impressive. Critics of the quarterback were clear in their concerns with his durability and ability to translate from a spread offense to a "pro-style" one in the NFL .

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  3. The Xs and Os of Packers' RB-by-Commitee System: How Does It Work?

    As the NFL draft nears, there are many questions about whether the Green Bay Packers will select a lead running back at some point in the draft...

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  4. The Most Important Traits to Scout for NFL QB Draft Prospects

    In a little less than a month's time, NFL teams will be guessing once again on supposed franchise quarterbacks. There are multiple teams that need a starting quarterback and more often than not, they rely on the draft to fulfill that need...

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  5. Breaking Down the Flaws in Tony Romo's Game

    In case you haven't heard, the Dallas Cowboys made quarterback Tony Romo the highest-paid player in team history when they agreed on a six-year contract on March 29, per ESPN's Adam Schefter ...

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  6. How NFL Teams Can Prevent the Read-Option from Becoming Just Another Gimmick

    The hottest topic among NFL teams is about evolving their offense with further implementation of the read-option package. Teams have to prevent the package from becoming extinct like the Wildcat did only a few years ago...

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  7. Breaking Down How Danny Amendola Compares to Wes Welker

    One of the most startling developments in the 2012 offseason was when the New England Patriots parted ways with longtime slot receiver Wes Welker and replaced him with the talented but injury-prone Danny Amendola ...

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  8. How Reggie Bush Can Spark the Detroit Lions' Run Game

    Newly-signed Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush has had an interesting career. He came to the New Orleans Saints in 2006 from the University of Southern California as the No...

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  9. Breaking Down What Steven Jackson Brings to the Falcons' Backfield

    One of my favorite moves this off-season was the Atlanta Falcons ' signing of former St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson ...

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  10. How Percy Harvin Fits Perfectly with Seattle's Read-Option Offense

    One of the biggest shockers early in the 2013 offseason was the Minnesota Vikings trading star receiver Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks ...

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  11. Breaking Down Notre Dame ILB Manti Te'o's On-Field Flaws

    Manti Te'o has had a roller coaster last few months, to say the least. He started off as one of the most popular figures in college football because of his playmaking ability and significant contribution to the resurgence of the Fighting Irish...

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  12. How Tavon Austin Could Become Matt Schaub's Best Friend

    A year after selecting wide receivers DeVier Posey in the third round and Keshawn Martin in the fourth round, the Houston Texans could be looking at another receiver early in this April's draft...

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  13. Is Danny Amendola a Realistic Fit for San Francisco 49ers?

    If Danny Amendola wasn't injured so often, he'd arguably be the best player at his position. A slot receiver for the St. Louis Rams , he has finished a full season only once through his four-year career...

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  14. Breaking Down the Draft's Only True Read-Option QB Prospect: EJ Manuel

    While writing about some of the top quarterbacks in this year's draft class, NFL Films ' Greg Cosell noted that Florida State quarterback E.J...

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  15. How the Development of the Read-Option Will Change Defensive Draft Strategies

    The read-option has taken the NFL by storm in the last year. After witnessing how it disfigured defenses to their core, many are attempting to figure out how to defend it strategically ...

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  16. Why Dwayne Bowe Is the Prize of the 2013 NFL WR Free Agents

    Even though Dwayne Bowe 's production slipped last season by more than three hundred yards and two touchdowns from the previous year, he's still the best wide receiver in this year's free-agent market...

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  17. What Does Tavon Austin Have to Offer as an NFL Pro?

    It is not often that a team has the chance to acquire a game-breaking wide receiver. In most cases, they come at the top of the draft, featuring freakish size and a rare blend of speed and power...

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  18. Breaking Down What Makes Chance Warmack the Best Offensive Guard in Years

    At this point in the draft process, it sounds clich é to call Chance Warmack the best offensive guard the NFL has seen come through the college ranks in years but it's true: He really is that good...

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  19. Breaking Down Geno Smith's Performance from 2013 NFL Scouting Combine

    Geno Smith stood at the podium in a light blue sweater and confidently answered every question with honesty. When asked about holes in his game, he gave somewhat of a stock answer...

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  20. Indianapolis Colts Must Prevent Repeat of Andrew Luck's Sacktastic Rookie Season

    Professional football is currently undergoing an offensive evolution of spread offense and read-option packages. With these schemes, general managers are seeking extreme athleticism at all positions on the field, including quarterback...

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  21. How Cordarrelle Patterson Could Help Tannehill Take His Game to the Next Level

    Dolphins fans across the country are salivating at the thought of Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson playing for their favorite team...

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  22. What Does the Perfect NFL Right Tackle Look Like?

    When it comes to the offensive tackle position, NFL teams have always given the glory to their left tackles. They are valued the most right after the ultra-important quarterback and are usually given a significant sum of money...

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  23. Breaking Down How Richard Sherman Became the Best Corner in the NFL

    Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman wasn't always viewed as the best cornerback in football. At first, he wasn't even a cornerback. Prior to 2009, the brash and confident corner was a wide receiver at Stanford University...

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  24. The Art of Route Running: How Top NFL WRs Become a QB's Best Friend

    Running routes in the NFL is hard work. Receivers are bumped and jammed in the first five yards and then have to figure out how to separate in the next five to seven yards...

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  25. How Luke Kuechly Overcame a Rough Start and Became NFL's Rookie of the Year

    Many were stunned when the Carolina Panthers selected Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly No. 9 overall at the 2012 draft...

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