James Carpenter

Alabama Crimson Tide #77 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 300

Field Gulls Armchair GM Challenge Friday Standings and Submissions


The first day of the 2020 NFL Draft is in the books, and there are now 32 new first round picks in NFL history books. The Seattle Seahawks, in a shift in tendency, stayed in place and used their...

Never heard of Jordyn Brooks? Watch his film and judge for yourself


Plenty of interesting things happened in the 2020 NFL virtual draft. Interesting in this case is usually surprising, and surprising is usually bad. One hoped it wouldn’t involve the Seattle...

Looking back on a decade of Seahawks’ drafts


In the same vein as the recently published piece on the past decade of Raven’s drafts, I thought it would be interesting to look at how another of the top teams in the league - the Seattle Seahawks...

Vote for the RBR All-Saban Team: Offensive Guards


The true unsung heroes of a football team get their time in the spotlight

Vote for the RBR All-Saban Team: Offensive Tackles


How many former five-star, first-round draft picks can you really have at one position???

Arkansas Razorbacks vs Alabama Crimson Tide Open Game Thread


Others step up while Tua Tagovialoa is sidelined.

QUINNEN WILLIAMS UPDATE: Alabama NFL Free Agency Tracker


A few former Crimson Tide players have already hit pay dirt.


The most improved position group in each NFL division 

Zeroing in on one position has paid off for teams.

2019 season schedule post-draft review


Let’s revisit the schedule now that the draft is behind us.

Defending Keim’s Offensive Line Decisions


In recent days there has been an on-going and heated debate amongst Cardinals fans as to Steve Keim’s efforts to build a respectable offensive line. I wrote an article a couple of days ago in which...

Buc Rivals: Atlanta Falcons After the Draft


A look at how the Falcons are shaping up following the 2019 NFL Draft

Bengals News (5/1): Cincinnati’s draft shows support for John Ross


The Bengals didn’t select a single receiver in the draft, which shows that their belief in John Ross was legitimate.