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Furthering Debate I

There's been a lot of "debate" on BRB recently and I figured we should debate them even further! We'll start off with an ongoing debate regarding Bill Belichick and the Patriots sparked by Antonio...

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Around the League and Back: Week 3 Edition

Notable Stats: Justin Houston: 4.5 Sacks Josh Gordon: 150 Receiving Yards LeSean McCoy: 150 Yards rushing JJ Watt: Sack: 3 TFL Russel Wilson: 4 TD 20 penalties on the NY Jets in a...

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Around the League and Back

Quick Thoughts: Seattle looks really good, their defense plays downhill because of their secondary's ability to blanket one on one. It's quite ironic that a defense running out of a 4-3 base...

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Receivers of the 2013 NFL Draft: I Want Justin Hunter in Houston

This is probably my last evaluation because the draft is right around the corner. I'm going to be blunt and acknowledge that Keenan Allen and much of the other top receivers in this draft are...

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Receivers of the 2013 NFL Draft: Robert Woods

Robert Woods, WR USC 6'1 201lb via media.247sports.com I love Robert Woods. He is that powerful, quick, explosive (prototypical on film) athlete that coaches love. He had one of...

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Receivers of the 2013 NFL Draft: Status Quo

This post is really late but here goes. First let's start with a quick status quo of the league and our team. Free agent movement has shown that second tier receivers (below the Johnsons,...

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Receivers of the 2013 NFL Draft: DeAndre Hopkins

It seems more and more likely that the Texans will roll with a wide receiver in the first round. As I stated before, tackle and ILB needs are going to be forced back for various reasons. Wide...

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Keenan Allen Draft Evaluation

Keenan Allen (6-3, 211): California, JR 91 Overall Rating (Bleacherreport.com) Physical Composite: 27 Height: (6) 6’3Weight: (5) 210lbsSpeed: (8) ?Vertical: (4) ?Broad Jump: (4) ?Allen has...

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Top 5 Receivers (So far) of 2013

The possibility of a high round draft pick being spent on a receiver is somewhat likely. The top positions of need at the moment are Right Tackle, Inside Linebacker and Wide Receiver. Right tackle...

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Travis Kelce best TE of 2013?

Travis Kelce out of Cincinnati isn't the most exciting or explosive prospect in this years draft. He doesn't necessarily have the ability to line up outside with cornerbacks ala Tyler Eiffert or A...

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WR Draft Thoughts: Take a long, hard look at Quinton Patton

Out of the last three games (Chicago, Jacksonville and Detroit) I have only been able to watch scraps of each game. During the Chicago game I had to attend my brother's play production (which was...

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Discussing "Elite" Players

"Elite" is probably the most thrown around term to describe outstanding players. Many players are considered "elite" in some way. Elite's meaning in the dictionary is " The choice or best of...

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Houston 2013 Cap Situation Looking Good

Per these two articles, http://espn.go.com/blog/afcsouth/post/_/id/37621/a-look-ahead-at-2013-cap-situations and h...

Dwight Jones Signs With Texans

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I hope this is correct because it was one of the only sites I found it on. I believe it is accurate because many of the other signings listed are accurate and have been confirmed by larger media outlets.

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WRs of the NFL Draft: Devier Posey

First off I would like to welcome Deveir Posey to the Houston Texans as one of the latest additions to the team. Secondly I have a confession, when Houston traded back with Tampa Bay, I was...

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Some Thoughts

Thanks for all the commenting and recs on my previous posts. Anyways I couldn't really release a final article or even one on Alshon Jeffery too. Also a major congratulations to every prospect...

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Some Insight Into Respect and Work Ethic From a Player

I have written some articles about respect for certain players, namely Kareem Jackson and Stephen Hill. I have seen some criticism of the articles and some personal attacks on those players....

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Stephen Hill Needs Some Respect

Alshon Jeffery's scouting report will be coming out soon. He grades out real well and I hope to release it tomorrow. Well anyways, there has been a lot of debate on whether or not Stephen Hill...

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WRs of the NFL Draft: Rueben Randle

Hey guys, I figured I would release my breakdown of Rueben Randle. I'm sorry for the delay but here it is. Ranking System: Running Ability: Route Running will be worth 10 points, 40 yard dash...

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WRs of the NFL Draft: Surprise Coby Fleener

Thanks for all the feedback on my previous articles, it means a lot. Also I apologize for taking such a long hiatus. With just about two weeks from the draft, I will try to release a few more. Also...

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WRs of the 2012 Draft (How Does The Grading System Work?)

Basically what the grading system means is to grade a prospect using the percentage scale You divide your score by the total score possible and you get a percentage. In this case you multiply...

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WRs of 2012 Draft (Updates, Schedule)

Thanks for all the positive feedback. I appreciate it so much and welcome any comments. Now onto business: I have heard a lot of requests to add some receivers to the list so here is the updated...

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WRs of the 2012 Draft (2nd Installment)

Thanks for all the feedback. It is very helpful and I hope you all like this second installment. First lets go over the grading criteria Ranking System: Running Ability: Route Running will be worth...

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Full Roster of WR Breakdown

Over the next couple days we will be breaking down these prospects. Feedback is welcomed 1. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma 2. Greg Childs, Arkansas 3. Juron Criner, Arizona 4. Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech 5....

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WRs of 2012 NFL Draft (1st Installment)

As draft day approaches names will be thrown around on who the the Texans should pick. However I am not much of a scout at any position but WR. I would like to share my take on the WRs of the...

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Any WRs need scouting?

I have been breaking down the WRs in this draft for about 3 months now. It is especially enjoyable because as a player I can learn and watch in awe of the talent these players have. I play WR and...

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WR Analysis: Greg Childs Impressive

Greg Childs: Wide Receiver, Arkansas, Red Shirt JuniorGreg Childs is an impressive receiver prospect. Childs has largely been forgotten due to his season ending injury in 2011. Greg Childs has...

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Matt Miller Ranks our OTs pretty high

Bleacherreport.com as a whole might be a load of crap. However I have always respected Matt Miller. People diss him for being a film analyst. He backs his evidence with film much like how a QB...

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Breaking Down Stephen Hill

Georgia Tech wide receiver has put himself on the map recently with an impressive combine performance. Lets quickly break him down. Stephen Hill: Measurables: Official Combine Numbers Height: 6'4" ...

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My Case For Kareem Jackson

Kareem Jackson has been the source of much debate over the season. He has shown steady improvement in coverage skills and has furthered strengthened his run support game to stellar levels. I...

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